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Sol Neely

for the Village Voice , pans the film as “shitty” but nevertheless admits, “There’s actually something going on in Deadgirl ; the initial ‘teen male sexual libido’ automatically equaling ‘sexual violence’ formulation goes in a slightly different

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Emma Celeste Bedor

to lessen the chance that a member of our male population will engage in untoward conduct towards them, be it assault or street harassment … we deal with violence, especially sexual violence, against women in much the wrongheaded manner that we have

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Editorial

Situating Screen Bodies

Brian Bergen-Aurand

in which multiple forms of violence shape and mark bodies. The photographs depict physical, spiritual, emotional, and sexual violence as well as death. This work forms part of my visual response to the violence that has affected queer individuals and

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Monstrous Masses

The Human Body as Raw Material

John Marmysz

is scenes of sexual violence and torture. The problem is no one seems to know from where this program originates. Its signal has been scrambled and can only be viewed for short periods of time before it is lost. As Max tries to track down the source

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Wyatt Moss-Wellington

(Willem Dafoe) successfully arouses Lulu (Laura Dern) with sexual violence and begins to rape her, until she appears to “want it” and asks him to “fuck me” after which he—as in Hopper’s Blue Velvet performance, with comically bizarre overacting

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Andrew J. Webber

moment of cross-border community in the sort of landscape which the song invokes. 37 At the same time, the affectingly nostalgic scene is haunted by the potential threat of sexual violence, on the model of what has preceded it, 38 and so by a kind of