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Kiss of the Whip: Bondage, Discipline and Sadomasochism, or BDSM Style

Adam Geczy and Vicki Karaminas

Source: Queer Style 2013

Book chapter

You modern men, you children of reason, cannot begin to appreciate love as pure bliss and divine serenity; indeed this kind of love is disastrous for men like you, for as soon as you try to be natural you become vulgar. To you Nature is an enemy. You have made devils of the smiling gods of Greece and have turned me into a creature of evil.

Caught on Camera: The Fashioned Body and The Criminal Body

Nilgin Yusuf

Source: Fashion Media. Past and Present 2013

Book chapter

Fashion. noun; a popular or the latest style of clothing, hair decoration or behaviour *the production and marketing of new styles of clothing and cosmetics *a manner of doing something.

Zoot Suit

Eduardo Pagán

Source: The Berg Companion to Fashion 2010

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Survivors of Rape: Functions and Implications of Dress in a Context of Coercive Power

Kim K. P. Johnson, Jane E. Hegland and Nancy A. Schofield

Source: Appearance and Power 1999

Book chapter

To prove a charge of rape, the prosecutor must demonstrate that the defendant engaged in sexual intercourse without consent (Black’s Law Dictionary, 1990). To win acquittal for the defendant, the jury or judge must believe that the person charging rape consented. In their discussion of clothing and consent to sexual intercourse, Lennon, Lennon, and Johnson (1993) pointed out in court cases, clothing has been used for the purpose of documenting consent.Lennon, Lennon, and Johnson (1993) noted that

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