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Newton and her students agreed to contribute an extended version of the site to OutHistory. During the s, much of the discourse in the feminist movement was dominated by discussions of lesbian feminism. Toward the end of the decade, however, the conversations within feminism began to focus on a new topic: sexuality.

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It would be simpler to burn a few magazines than to explore the economic, social, and psychological factors of which both rape and pornography are symptoms. We live in a world where nothing, it seems, is immune to portrayal in words or pictures. The farthest reaches of perverted fantasy, the most loathsome acts, not even stopping short of mutilation and murder—all are available to be seen, slathered over, and imitated.

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As a true blue child of the 80's, it's easy to forget that behind the neon, Aqua Net, and truly outrageous cartoons were significant feminist gains and losses. IfThe80sNeverStopped has been trending on Twitterand while most of the posts detail pop culture relics we all know and love, it's important to recognize the changing political landscape of the time, too. Powerful women dominated the decade, from Madonna to Margaret Thatcher, and feminist activists created impactful public campaigns addressing sexism in popular music, art, and pornography, along with addressing the racism and classism within the feminist movement itself.

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In Battling Pornography, Carolyn Bronstein reorients our understanding of an important yet highly disputed phase of the modern women's movement. Bronstein takes an expansive view of the movement's history. Bronstein draws attention to two early organizations, Women against Violence against Women wavawand Women against Violence in Pornography and Media wavpm.

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Forgot password? Don't have an account? This chapter examines the feminist debate over pornography, with particular emphasis on how antiporn activists are rationalizing their campaign as feminism.

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Like today's feminist pornographers, anti-porn feminists wanted nothing more than to challenge what sex looked like on screen. They wanted an authentic experience of their own sexualities, free from fear of exploitation or abuse, without the specter of violence. But unlike today's feminist pornographers, a handful of these feminists believed that porn was and always would be an essentially irredeemable form.

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Women Against Pornography WAP was a radical feminist activist group based out of New York City that had an influential force in the anti-pornography movement of the late s and the s. WAP was the most well known feminist anti-pornography group out of many that were active throughout the United States and the anglophone world, primarily from the late s through the early s. After previous failed attempts to start a broad feminist anti-pornography group in New York City, WAP was finally established in

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Definition : Patriarchal adj. Society n. A patriarchal society consists of a male-dominated power structure throughout organized society and in individual relationships.

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Erika Lust on the set of "Barcelona Sex Project," her "erotic experimental film" that exemplifies the style of the new crop of feminist-identified pornographers. Photo courtesy Lust Films. The first time I remember thinking critically about pornography, I was

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Beginning in the mids, many American feminists viewed pornography and its presumed causal relationship to violence against women as the single greatest threat to female autonomy. Women organized around the nation to fight the proliferation of advertisements, films, magazines and other popular media that glorified a link between female sexual arousal and male violence, arguing that these depictions enslaved women in the role of passive victim and taught men that it was normal and desirable to behave like brutes. Grassroots organizations of women developed a feminist analysis of sexually violent images and argued that they promoted the continuation of sexist attitudes and behavior, and male power and control.

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