Andrea Dworkin (1946-2005) was a radical feminist writer known for her work on pornorgraphy, war and sexual intercourse. Her account of being raped in Paris in 1999 was published exclusively by the New Statesman.

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The Old Statesman
04 March 2013
Andrea Dworkin's harrowing account from 2000.
Books
22 September 2003
Amy Bloom has written a humane, liberal book about what I called, in Woman Hating (1974), "multisexuality" - the notion...
Human Rights
14 July 2003
The world was sleeping and Kate Millett woke it up. Betty Friedan had written about the problem that had no name. Kate...
Books
30 June 2003
Alice Sebold is the author of the bestselling novel The Lovely Bones, in which a teenager who has been raped, murdered...
Politics
05 June 2000
I was in Paris. I was 52. It was Thursday, 19 May, 1999. I was in a garden in a hotel. I was reading a book. French...