Nancy Gibbs. "When is it Rape?" (Time, June 3, 1991, p. 63). Stephanie Gutman is not the only person. . .Camille Paglia also writes about the erotic and "fun" element of rape for men, and castigates feminists for what she calls "sugar-coated Shirley Temple nonsense" and "Carrie Nation repressiveness" for stating that rape and rape-related forms of sexual activity are not part of human (male) sexual nature, but rather are products of patriarchal culture. [Newsday January 27, 1991]