Sex in Public

@article{Berlant1998SexIP,
  title={Sex in Public},
  author={Lauren Berlant and Michael Warner},
  journal={Critical Inquiry},
  year={1998},
  volume={24},
  pages={547 - 566}
}
A paper titled "Sex in Public" teases with the obscurity of its object and the twisted aim of its narrative. In this paper we will be talking not about the sex people already have clarity about, nor identities and acts, nor a wildness in need of derepression; but rather about sex as it is mediated by publics.' Some of these publics have an obvious relation to sex: pornographic cinema, phone sex, "adult" markets for print, lap dancing. Others are organized around sex, but not necessarily sex… 
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