Colonialist powers and acts of a sexualized violence, such as rape by institutions, enacted through individuals :
The Case of Djamila Boupacha:
Torturers statements to Djamila before they "gave her pleasure" :
"You won’t be raped, you might enjoy it"
Documentary: "Pour Djamila" by Caroline Huppert
The documentary is about Djamila's account of the then "good technology" ( the technology that is so good that "it looks like magic" )
Trailer at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X17BYuY1STA
More on rape as a State Policy:
" the intention is that of objectifying one human being, "treating them merely as things, or body-objects with no legitimate access to the future” (Marso, 2012).
Rape and Colonial State Power: Simone de Beauvoir and the Case of Djamila Boupacha
PICASSO's Cover for the Book: