|aSex exposed :|bsexuality and the pornography debate /|cedited by Lynne Segal and Mary McIntosh.
|aNew Brunswick, N.J. :|bRutgers University Press,|c1993.
|a344 p. ;|c21 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 312-333) and index.
|aFeminist fundamentalism: the shifting politics of sex and censorship / Elizabeth Wilson -- Negotiating sex and gender in the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography / Carole S. Vance -- From Minneapolis to Westminster / Mandy Merck -- Sweet sorrows, painful pleasure: pornography and the perils of heterosexual desire / Lynne Segal -- Just looking for trouble: Robert Mapplethorpe and fantasies of race / Kobena Mercer -- Gonad the Barbarian and the Venus Flytrap: portraying the female and male orgasm / Anne McClintock -- Pornography and fantasy: psychoanalytic perspectives / Elizabeth Cowie -- Liberalism and the contradictions of sexual politics / Mary McIntosh -- Delightful visions: from anti-porn to eroticizing safer sex / Robin Gorna -- Unquestionably a moral issue: rhetorical devices and regulatory imperatives / Carol Smart -- Classroom conundrums: sex education and censorship / Jane Mills -- So long as it's not sex and violence: Andrea Dworkin's Mercy / Harriett Gilbert -- Pornographies on/scene, or diff'rent strokes for diff'rent folks / Linda Williams -- Bad girls: women who use pornography / Loretta Loach --
|aLesbian erotic explorations / Gillian Rodgerson -- The female nude: pornography, art and sexuality / Lynda Nead -- "A little bit spicy, but not too raw": Mae West, pornography and popular culture / Marybeth Hamilton.