This chapter provides a preliminary sense of the importance of wartime sexual violence for a feminist legal analysis, while revealing some of its concerns the parameters in which the debate is conducted. Particular concern is raised in relation to the visibility of the violated body in current wartime sexual violence literature. The chapter explores the debate on what such visibility might imply for women in the contemporary political and legal moment. It assesses counterpoint as a methodological tool for interrogating feminist approaches towards wartime sexual violence. The chapter analyzes the underlying salient discourses that inform this area of the law and reviews their centrality to a discussion as significant as wartime sexual violence in feminist legal scholarship. By catapulting the violated body of the woman onto the front pages, debates around victimisation, nationality and female suffering in wartime have been reawakened and feminist insights have suddenly become en vogue.