On Rape, I’m still waiting to be offended by Germaine Greer
I started reading On Rape — it’s punchy; you’ll get through it in an afternoon — waiting to be offended. I’m still waiting.The Australian
‘It’s time to rethink rape’
The time has come to reconsider a crime whose definition has fundamentally changed.The Australian
Are Germaine Greer’s views on rape as controversial as first thought?
Whatever this moment is – a long overdue accounting for “rape culture”, or just another chapter in an intractable war – these texts seem to point to the heart of the myriad problems concerning rape: what it is, how we talk about it and, ultimately, what exactly we all do about it.The Guardian
The Conversation Hour: Germaine Greer on rape
Their sole guest for the hour is Germaine Greer, who is an academic, author, broadcaster, and conservationist. She is a retired Professor of English and Comparative Studies at the University of Warwick, and founder of the conservation charity Friends of Gondwana Rainforest. Her archives are held by the University of Melbourne. Her latest publication is On Rape (MUP).ABC Melbourne with Jon Faine
What Germaine Greer wants you to know about the rape that does not define her.
Her rapist would go on to rape again. This time, his victim would be a woman who was engaged, and who decided to pursue criminal charges. But the day before she was due to appear in court, she decided not to go through with it – for reasons that Greer explores at length in her new essay On Rape.Mamamia
Reading Germaine: three generations respond to On Rape
For nearly 50 years feminist icon and firebrand Germaine Greer has been inspiring and infuriating in equal measure – and her latest book, On Rape, has sparked fresh outrage. Three generations of women read and respond to it.The Guardian