Why We Fight About Rape Scenes

You fondle my trigger then you blame my gun, etc. Photo by Volodymyr TVERDOKHLIB on Shutterstock.

The only movie I ever walked out on was Kill Bill: Vol. 1, back in 2003. The problem began in the first act, during the monologue in which a nurse tells a man all the ways he is, and is not, allowed…

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Author of “Trainwreck” (Melville House, ‘16) and “Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers” (Melville House, ‘19). Columns published far and wide across the Internet.

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Jude Ellison S. Doyle

Jude Ellison S. Doyle

Author of “Trainwreck” (Melville House, ‘16) and “Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers” (Melville House, ‘19). Columns published far and wide across the Internet.

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