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Author: Gayle Rubin
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822349868
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Collection of writings by Gayle S. Rubin, an American theorist and activist in feminist, lesbian and gay, queer, and sexuality studies since the 1970s.

Sex Exposed

Author: Lynne Segal
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813519388
Size: 64.72 MB
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Essays by well-known feminists explore the issues of feminism and censorship, anti-pornography feminism, and the tendency of recent feminist debates about sexuality to focus on questions relating to pornography

Pleasure And Danger

Author: Carole S. Vance
Publisher: Pandora Press
ISBN: 9780044408673
Size: 23.33 MB
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This is a contribution to the discussion of sexuality for women - sexual danger and sexual pleasure.

Sexual Subversions

Author: Elizabeth Grosz
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781741765588
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The book introduces the works of three well known French feminists: Julia Kristeva, Luce Irigaray and Michele Le Doeuff.

Mapping Desire

Author: David Bell
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415111633
Size: 16.21 MB
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This is the first book to explore sexualities from a geographical perspective. The nature of place and notions of space are of increasing centrality to cultural and social theory. Mapping Desire presents the rich and diverse world of contemporary sexuality, exploring how the heterosexual body has been appropriated and resisted on the individual, community and city scales. The geographies presented here range across Europe, America, Australasia, Africa, the Pacific and the imaginary, cutting across city and country and analysing the positions of gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and heterosexuals. The contributors ring different interests and approaches to bear on theoretical and empirical material from a wide range of sources. The book is divided into four sections: cartographies/identities; sexualised spaces: global/local; sexualised spaces: local/global; sites of resistance. Each section is separately introduced. Beyond the bibliography, an annotated guide to further reading is also provided to help the reader map their own way through the literature.

Battling Pornography

Author: Carolyn Bronstein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139498711
Size: 40.52 MB
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Pornography catapulted to the forefront of the American women's movement in the 1980s. In Battling Pornography, Carolyn Bronstein locates the origins of anti-pornography sentiment in the turbulent social and cultural history of the late 1960s and 1970s. Based on extensive original archival research, the book reveals that the seeds of the movement were planted by groups who protested the proliferation of advertisements, Hollywood films and other mainstream media that glorified sexual violence. Over time, feminist leaders redirected the emphasis from violence to pornography to leverage rhetorical power. Battling Pornography presents a fascinating account of the rise and fall of this significant American social movement and documents the contributions of influential activists on both sides of the pornography debate, including some of the best-known American feminists.

Prostitution And Pornography

Author: Jessica Spector
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804749381
Size: 71.78 MB
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This collection of new and classic writings about the sex industry asks us to think about the differences between our society's treatment of prostitution and pornography, while investigating how liberalism deals with the sex industry in general.

Regulating Sex

Author: Elizabeth Bernstein
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415948685
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Regulating Sex is an anthology that presents debates over the role of the state in constructing and controlling erotic practice, intimacy, and identity. The purpose of this edited volume is to address sexual dilemmas in law and the state in substantive areas such as same-sex domestic partnerships, sexual economies, and childhood sexuality via a series of spirited dialogues between socio-legal scholars from diverse disciplinary, national, and political perspectives.

Selves Symbols And Sexualities

Author: Thomas S. Weinberg
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483323897
Size: 74.52 MB
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Offering an anthology of original articles on sexuality from a sociological perspective, Selves, Symbols, and Sexualities: An Interactionist Anthology focuses on the diverse and multi-layered meanings of sexuality, sexual behaviors and sexual identities. Thomas S. Weinberg and Staci Newmahr bring you essays that explore sexuality as a social process. As a whole, the book takes the perspective that what each of us understands to be sexual is constructed through everyday social processes and interaction, situated in particular spaces and moments, identified through our social-sexual presentations, and symbolized through language, objects and practices. The book is organized around these four distinct but interrelated processes, and augmented by personal narratives around relevant issues. The authors’ goals for the book are to engage students in the sociological enterprise by providing interesting and insightful entries that emphasize the importance of meaning-making in human sexuality, and to provide them with conceptual tools to understand human sexuality in a complex and quickly changing sexual landscape.

Saint Foucault

Author: David M. Halperin
Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks
ISBN: 0195111273
Size: 42.16 MB
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The acclaimed author of One Hundred Years of Homosexuality offers an uncompromising and impassioned defense of the late French philosopher and historian Michel Foucault as a galvanizing thinker whose career as a theorist and activist will continue to serve as a model for other gay intellectuals, activists, and scholars. Illustrations.