Rape Essay Topics

Sadistic Rapist

According to Abel (1989), sadistic rapists have a tendency to be sexually aroused by fantasies and urges of forcing themselves sexually on their victims. Sexual sadists are turned on by unnecessary brutality, but the skilled rapist will use more power than necessary in order for the victim to obey what is being asked of them…. View Article

Karla Homolka: Canadian Serial Killer

According to “Karla Homolka: Child Rapist, Torturer, And Killer” (2013), Karla Homolka was one of Canada’s most infamous female convicts. Karla and her husband Paul Bernardo were responsible for raping and murdering young girls in Canada. Her husband Paul was known and the “Scarborough Rapist. ” She and her husband raped and murdered five young… View Article

Relativism and Morality

There are moral choices made on a daily basis, no matter the culture or race, people make these types of choices. The moral choices we make based on our cultures can be viewed on a scale of right and wrong by other cultures. In the writing of “Some Moral Minima”, Lenn E. Goodman views several… View Article

Anatomy of Rape, Causes and Remedies

While a murderer destroys the physical frame of the victim, a rapist degrades and defiles the soul of a helpless female,” is the famous quote on this topic. Anatomy of Rape Sexual assault on women is a common phenomenon in our country. Under sexual assault comes; molestation, eve-teasing, child sex abuse, rape, marital rape, domestic… View Article

Human Sexuality

Teresita went to a fraternity party because she’d heard that this fraternity “really knew how to have fun” and she really needed fun after a disastrous academic week. She knew that some women had been taken advantage of at previous parties, but she put that out of her mind, as she downed one drink after… View Article

On Rape and Responsibility

Throughout the course of Disgrace, Coetzee attempts to juxtapose the rape of Melanie with that of Lucy. By analyzing the actions of David Lurie, Lucy and Petrus, it becomes apparent that there is a dynamometric sense of responsibility among victims and abusers. Coetzee attempts to demonstrate that rape is more than a gendered based crime,… View Article

Statutory Rape

Statutory rape is defined as sexual intercourse with a minor. The laws concerning statutory rape were established because it was considered foolish to have sex or perform any sexual acts without being married. It acted as a chastity belt protecting the virtue of young women. These laws depicted men as the habitual guilty party. This… View Article

Child sexual abuse victims

I. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Sexual abuse of children is a harsh fact of life in our society. Child sexual abuse is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescents uses a child for sexual stimulation. Forms of child sexual abuse includes asking or pressuring a child to engage in sexual… View Article

Wrongfully Accused

Wrongfully Accused Anyone who has been wrongfully accused of doing something they know they did not do will understand the immense frustration that comes with it. Fortunately for most people, that boils down to someone saying they took the last donut or let slip a bit of gas. Unfortunately for others, it involves horrible crimes… View Article

Rape Culture

Today’s society is a clear example of what is called a “rape culture”, the way we are taught to think and act by our parents and everyone we know has made it this way. There are lots of examples out there, we don’t even need to look hard for them, we just need to open… View Article

Rape Culture

In the United States, rape has become one of the most underreported crimes each year (“Reporting Rape” 1). The term rape culture refers to how our society has taught women how not to be raped instead of teaching men not to rape. Through jokes and the sexualization of women we are more likely to believe… View Article