Books in category Social Science – Pornography

  • Pornography and the Justices

    Pornography and the Justices
    Richard F. Hixson

    As long as the government does not discriminate against specific points of view and as long as there is ample protection of minors and nonconsenting adults, Hixson argues that the private collection of pornography is up to the individual.

  • From Victim to Victor to Victim Again

    From Victim to Victor to Victim Again
    J. O. Bass

    " The results and comparisons of the author's research are described in depth in the pages of this book, along with his professional analysis of the situation as it existed over the last 50 years and at the present time.

  • Porn

    Robert J. Stoller

    Bill, Merlin, Happy, and Kay are among the porn-film performers and producers who tell their stories to Dr. Robert J. Stoller in this pschyodynamic ethnography of adult heterosexual pornography.

  • Breaking the Silence

    Breaking the Silence
    Bernie Anderson

    Offering insight, encouragement, and resources, Breaking the Silence boldly reveals the truth about this addiction and how you can protect yourself and your family from the dangers of pornography. Book jacket.

  • Burlesque West

    Burlesque West
    Becki Ross

    In Burlesque West,the first critical history of this notorious striptease scene, Becki Ross delves into the erotic entertainment industry at the northern end of the dancers' west coast tour – the North-South route from Los Angeles to …

  • Tales of Times Square

    Tales of Times Square
    Josh Alan Friedman

    With this edition, Tales of Times Square returns to print with seven new chapters.

  • Beyond Explicit

    Beyond Explicit
    Helen Hester

    Helen Hester argues that the words “porn” and “pornographic” are currently being applied to an ever-expanding range of material and that this change in language usage reflects a wider shift in perception.

  • Bonnie Sherr Klein s Not a Love Story

    Bonnie Sherr Klein’s ‘Not a Love Story’
    Rebecca Sullivan

    "Briefly forays into the role of women filmmakers at the NFB in order to understand the political and aesthetic philosophies of Klein, and the production process for Not a Love Story."–Page 14.

  • Through the Keyhole

    Through the Keyhole
    Marcela Iacub, Vinay Swamy

    For Marcela Iacub, the crux of such cases hinges on where the public ends and the private begins, and what one can reveal, and what one ought to hide. Today, the term pudeur has disappeared from the French penal code to be replaced by Sex.

  • Imagining Sex

    Imagining Sex
    Sarah Toulalan

    The book explores contemporary thinking on these issues and wider cultural concerns.

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