WHEN PORNO MEETS HETERO

@article{Mulholland2011WHENPM,
  title={WHEN PORNO MEETS HETERO},
  author={Monique Mulholland},
  journal={Australian Feminist Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={119 - 135}
}
Abstract Heterosexuality as an idea and a practice exists only as a result of a constant interplay between what counts as normal and what is relegated to the illicit. This paper will explore a contemporary social phenomenon—pornification—that is potentially refiguring normative boundaries, and consider how this might be reorganising heteronormativity. Here I use a case study—SEXPO Health, Sexuality and Lifestyle Expos—through which to examine an instance of the ‘pornification of the mainstream… Expand
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