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Big Porn Inc. : exposing the harms of the global pornography industry / edited by Melinda Tankard Reist and Abigail Bray
Alternate Title Exposing the harms of the global pornography industry
North Melbourne, Vic. : Spinifex Press, 2011, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HQ471 .B53 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Pornography
Internet pornography
Sex in popular culture
Sex role in children
Mass media and sex
Sex-oriented businesses
Physical Description xxxiii, 310 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Contents Part 1: Pornography Cultures. The New Lolita: Pornography and the Sexualization of Childhood / Gail Dines -- X-Underrated: Living in a World the Pornographers Have Made / Catharine A. MacKinnon -- Groomed to Consume Porn: How Sexualised Marketing Targets Children / Maggie Hamilton -- Stories of a Rape Culture: Pornography as Propaganda / Robert Jensen -- Sexting and Peer-to-Peer Porn / Nina Funnell -- Who Are You Calling a 'Ho'?: Challenging the Porn Culture on Campus / Diane L. Rosenfeld -- The Harms of Gay Male Pornography / Christopher N. Kendall -- Pornography and Animals / Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson -- Neurotica: Modern Day Sexual Repression / Robi Sonderegger -- Pornography as Sexual Authority: How Sex Therapy Promotes the Pornification of Sexuality / Meagan Tyler -- Big Porn + Big Pharma: Where the Pornography Industry Meets the Ideology of Medicalisation / Renate Klein -- Part 2: Pornography Industries. Capital and the Crimes of Pornographers: Free to Lynch, Exploit, Rape and Torture / Susan Hawthorne -- The Pornification of Post-feminism: Why Roddick's $ex Shops Are a Sell Out / Abigail Bray -- A Studied Indifference to Harm: Defending Pornography in The Porn Report / Helen Pringle -- Sexpo and the Death of Sex / Melinda Tankard Reist -- Live Pornography: Strip Clubs in the International Political Economy of Prostitution / Sheila Jeffreys -- Dancing Pornography / Stella -- Pornography is Infinite Prostitution / Melissa Farley -- Capitalism and Pornography: The Internet as a Global Prostitution Factory / Abigail Bray -- When Rape Becomes a Game: RapeLay and the Pornification of Crime / Hiroshi Nakasatomi -- Investigating Pornography: The Journey of a Filmmaker and Researcher / Chyng Sun -- Part 3: Harming Children. Russell's Theory: Exposure to Child Pornography as a Cause of Child Sexual Victimization / Diana E.H. Russell -- The Pornification of Intrafamilial Rape / Caroline Taylor -- Teaching Tools and Recipe Books: Pornography and the Sexual Assault of Children / Caroline Norma -- Civil Justice for Victims of Child Pornography / Helen Pringle -- The Victimisation of Children by Pornography: Victim Impact Statement of Amy / Amy -- Part 4: Pornography And The State. The Power of Pornography--A South African Case Study / Anne Mayne -- Genocide, Pornography, and the Law / Asja Armanda and Natalie Nenadic -- Pornography in India / Ruchira Gupta -- Pornography as Free Speech: But is it Fair? / Betty McLellan -- Part 5: Resisting Big Porn Inc. Resisting Pornography, Building a Movement : Feminist Anti-porn Activism in the UK / Julia Long -- Stop Porn Culture! / Gail Dines -- Challenging the demand / Linda Thompson -- Object: challenging 'sex-object culture' / Anna van Heeswijk -- A collective shout for women and girls / Melinda Liszewski -- Men opposing pornography in the UK / Matt McCormack Evans -- Challenging pornography in Japan: the anti-pornography and prostitution research group / Caroline Norma -- Quit Porn Manifesto / Susan Hawthorne
Summary The unprecedented mainstreaming of the global pornography industry is transforming the sexual politics of intimate and public life, popularizing new forms of hardcore misogyny, and strongly contributing to the sexualization of children. Yet, challenges to the industry continue to be dismissed as uncool, antisex, and moral panic. Unmasking the lies behind the selling of porn as entertainment, this book reveals the shocking truths of an industry that trades in violence, crime, and degradation while discussing topics such as racism in gay male porn, the use of animals in porn, child pornography
Note Includes bibliography and index
Alternate Author Tankard Reist, Melinda
Bray, Abigail, 1966-

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