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On SAGE Insight: Faking to finish: Women’s accounts of feigning sexual pleasure to end unwanted sex

From Sexualities This study explores the ways in which women account for ‘problem’ sex and the links they made between these accounts and faking orgasm. A group of female undergraduate students in Canada were interviewed around the themes of talking … Continue reading

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Perspectives on alcohol consumption and false allegations of rape

Regretting it after? Focus group perspectives on alcohol consumption, nonconsensual sex and false allegations of rape From Social & Legal Studies Recent social network responses to the conviction of the Welsh footballer Ched Evans for the rape of an extremely … Continue reading

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