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The Theory and Performance Class has decided to research the issues of sexual assault and responsibility on the Knox Campus with the intention of filtering the anonymous research through a creative lens. Part of that process involves gathering perspectives and opinions from the students and faculty at Knox that have been generated about these issues. The goal is to get an idea of what the college is feeling and thinking about sexual assault and responsibility and to respond to that through a theatrical production.

To this end, we are inviting anyone on campus to respond to a few questions provided in this forum. We encourage you to add your own topics for discussion. To do this simply select click on the "Click Here for All Questions" link and then "Add new thread."

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Sex and liquor

in Click Here For All Questions Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:43 am
by No name specified • ( Guest )

A number of other posts mention the interaction of sex and liquor.

Rather than comment on each, here's a new thread relevant to the topic and to the larger area of theater theory and performance: " of the many side effects of booze: assuming that others' actions are intentional..."


More detail: "Nearly all the participants [in the research], no matter what condition [drunk or sober], judged all the unambiguous statements correctly. However, when the actions were ambiguous and could have been performed either intentionally or unintentionally, the "drunk" participants were much more likely to perceive the actions as deliberate than the sober participants were..."

The story does not specifically discuss sexual encounters. But you can see how it might apply.

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