Including The Latest Research On Prostitution And Pornography, This Essay Anthology Shows How The Sex Industries Harm Those Within Them While Undermining The Possibilities For Gender Justice, Human Equality, And Stable Sexual Relationships From Sex Industries Survivors To Social Activists And Theorists Such As Taylor Lee, Adriene Sere, And Kristen Anderberg, This Volume Asses From A Feminist Perspective The Racism, Poverty, Militarism, And Corporate Capitalism Of Selling Sex Through Strip Clubs, Brothels, Mail Order Brides, And Child Pornography. There is some legit data, personal anecdotes, and research referenced but the book is mostly a theoretical attack on neo liberalism I may have beeneasily persuaded by the passionate rhetoric if I was not so entrenched in empirical studies showing the benefits of legalized, regulated prostitution Don t get me wrong, I m against exploitative pimp controlled prostitution, trafficking, and violent pornography too But attacking everything left of center is not the best way to address those There is some legit data, personal anecdotes, and research referenced but the book is mostly a theoretical attack on neo liberalism I may h
While this is one of therecent books I read on this subject, it s still becoming dated already porn has just changed so much since the proliferation of the internet Solid collections of essays from different perspectives all anti. And by liked it I mean I completely disagreed with it It nicely laid out modern day arguments against pornography and prostitution in all their ridiculousness If you are easily swayed by poor arguments, do not read this. a good overview and thorough examination of male privilege and related abuse. I m reading this at the same time as I m ready Jane Sexes It Up This is a strategic move to contrast anti pornography narratives with sex positive narratives My own little reading sex wars There is A LOT of opinions in this book.
- 464 pages
- Not for Sale
- Rebecca Whisnant
- 19 June 2018 Rebecca Whisnant