3 Responses to The evolution of anti-rape products and the stigma behind them

  1. Brenda Goodsell February 4, 2014 at 9:02 pm

    Excellent article. Unfortunately I believe all these items could eventually get a woman killed. Clothes that cannot be ripped off..sound great in theory. I can see the rapist now, I cannot humiliate her so I will just beat her to death. Rapist are about power and abuse, they will take it anyway they can get it.
    Catarina, I hope to see a follow up article on this topic.

  2. Catarina Costa February 4, 2014 at 10:19 pm

    Thank you for your comment, Brenda. This is exactly why Anti-Rape products are dissected and very controversial. I am glad you enjoyed reading my article, stay updated & you may just find one!

  3. M. Zammit February 5, 2014 at 9:19 am

    This is a facinating article about an issue that is controversial, complicated and has plague society far too long. Despite efforts to educate society and address the power imbalance between men and women through policy and laws … rape remains a devastating reality throughout the world….These efforts must continue, however for those who are not influenced by education, policy and law… a rapist who knows that is it possible a victim might have a devise would slice the tip of his penis off-might just offer the further deterent needed to spare a woman becomming a victim of rape.

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