Varnell, Paul
April 2001
Bay Windows;4/26/2001, pN.PAG
Justifies the reason why some victims should be blamed and held responsible for what happens to them. Discussion on the case of acquiring HIV; Consideration given to the man or woman who is repeatedly a victim of domestic violence; Details of the issue of rape in relation to a feminist discussion of rape.


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