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How does rape culture normalize rape?

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Is rape prevalent? Or is the prevalence of rape in society just a fiction? This is the question posed by the concept of rape culture. The idea of a “rape culture” stems from discussions in the public sphere about targeted areas in a given society where rape is normalized. For a long time, sociologists have surmised that in the United States, especially due to the prevalence of pornography that glorifies the practice, the onslaught of violence perpetrated sexual “has been so trivialized …” that it has become “regarded as normal and acceptable under certain conditions” (Scully, 1994, p. 53). According to Kate Harding, this notion of normalizing rape occurs when large numbers of people accept certain falsities about rape (Harding, 2015, p. 1)....

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