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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Tracing sexual violence in Europe's twentieth century from the Armenian genocide to Auschwitz and Algeria to Bosnia, this pathbreaking volume expands military history to include the realm of sexuality. Examining both stories of consensual romance and of intimate brutality, it also contributes significant new insights to the history of sexuality. Dagmar Herzog's outstanding, disturbing, and ultimately fascinating anthology is the first to seriously historicize this most sensitive topic. Sexual desire was enmeshed in brutal violence all over Europe's most destructive century, but it was so in surprisingly diverse ways.

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Police officers have a difficult job, and most are ethical and committed to following the law. While they generally have broad discretion to take decisive actions under adverse circumstances, this does not mean that they are above the law. We place a lot of trust in our police officers to keep our streets safe and protected. This is why when an officer breaches that trust, it is especially egregious. In this type of situation, victims often feel frustrated and powerless to do anything about it.
Police regularly target, harass, and assault sex workers or people they think are sex workers , such as trans women of color. The police usually get away with the abuse because sex workers fear being arrested if they report. Protecting sex workers from police violence is just one of the reasons we need to decriminalize sex work. It would also help sex workers access health care, lower the risk of violence from clients, reduce mass incarceration, and advance equality in the LGBTQ community, especially for trans women of color, who are often profiled and harassed whether or not we are actually sex workers. In the call for decriminalization has made progress, but there are still widespread misconceptions about sex work and sex workers that are holding us back.