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Introduction: From Butler to Little Sisters: What Went Wrong with Gay Male Liberation?
1 Pornography as Inequality: A Perspective on Hate Speech and the Meaning of Sexism
2 Sex Equality and Homophobia
3 Sexualizing Masculinity, Normalizing Inequality: Gay Male Pornography Post-Butler
4 Abusing Real People: The “Actors’” Perspective
5 Gay Male Pornography and Violence: Partner Abuse and Rape
6 Gay Male Pornography: An Issue of Sex Discrimination
7 “Protecting” Gay Youth: Why Self-Loathing Is Not a Path to Safety
8 Controlling Pornographic Harm Post-Butler: Some Thoughts on Canada Customs, the Police, and Judicial Bias
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