Why are some behaviors as different from each other as prostitution, surrogacy and the wearing of the Islamic veil considered by a large part of the public opinion harmful to the point of being worthy of penal prohibitions? In this article I offer an answer to this question. I also analyze whether criminal law is the most adequate tool for the protection of victims'rights and the autonomy of the women involved. Finally, I discuss whether criminal law can actually discourage the adoption of these behaviors.

Dameno, R. (2016). Penal law and women's bodies [Il diritto penale e il corpo delle donne]. STUDI SULLA QUESTIONE CRIMINALE, 11(2), 9-41 [10.7383/85944].

Penal law and women's bodies [Il diritto penale e il corpo delle donne]

Dameno, R
2016

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Why are some behaviors as different from each other as prostitution, surrogacy and the wearing of the Islamic veil considered by a large part of the public opinion harmful to the point of being worthy of penal prohibitions? In this article I offer an answer to this question. I also analyze whether criminal law is the most adequate tool for the protection of victims'rights and the autonomy of the women involved. Finally, I discuss whether criminal law can actually discourage the adoption of these behaviors.
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diritto penale, velo islamico, prostituzione, gestazione per altri, corpo femminile;
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Dameno, R. (2016). Penal law and women's bodies [Il diritto penale e il corpo delle donne]. STUDI SULLA QUESTIONE CRIMINALE, 11(2), 9-41 [10.7383/85944].
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