Manhood, Violence and Coercive Sexualities in Men's Prisons: Dynamics and Consequences Behind Bars and Beyond

Manhood, Violence and Coercive Sexualities in Men's Prisons: Dynamics and Consequences Behind Bars and Beyond

The context of the situation where imprisoned perpetrators of male same-sex rape seem more willing to talk about their violence than victims was the driving force behind the following article by Sasha Gear, showing how it is actually well explained by the social place that sexual violence occupies in prison. This focus which has pertinence far beyond prison walls as well, sheds light on particular notions of gender and sexuality and their relations to violence.

 

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Sasha Gear is a former CSVR Senior Researcher. She is Co-Director of the South African branch of Just Detention International. Sasha works closely with the South African Department of Correctional Services and civil society groups to address sexual abuse in detention and the associated health risks.

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