m) Issues of feminist pornography/erotica

Ashton, S., McDonald, K., & Kirkman, M. (2018). Women’s Experiences of Pornography: A Systematic Review of Research Using Qualitative Methods. The Journal of Sex Research, 55(3), 334-347.

Barbach, Lonnie. (ed.). (1984). Pleasures: Women Write Erotica. New York: Doubleday.

Benjamin, O. and D. Tlusten (2010). Intimacy and/or degradation: Heterosexual images of togetherness and women’s embracement of pornography. Sexualities 13(5): 599-623.

Cates, S. A. (2015). To Each Her Own: Examining Predictors and Effects of Pornography Exposure among Women: PhD thesis, Palo Alto University.

Chadwick, S. B., Raisanen, J. C., Goldey, K. L., & van Anders, S. (2018). Strategizing to make pornography worthwhile: a qualitative exploration of women’s agentic engagement with sexual media. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47(6), 1853-1868.

Chadwick, S. B., Raisanen, J. C., Goldey, K. L., & van Anders, S. (2018). Strategizing to Make Pornography Worthwhile: A Qualitative Exploration of Women’s Agentic Engagement with Sexual Media. Archives of sexual behavior, 1-16.

Chapple, Steve and David Talbot. (1989). Pandora’s Mirror. Chapter 7 in Burning Desires: Sex in America. New York: Doubleday

Chowkhani, K. (2016). Pleasure, bodies and risk: women’s viewership of pornography in urban India. Porn Studies, 3(4), 443-452.

Collis, Rose. (1988). Pleasure is a Risky Business. Spare Rib, No. 191, June

Eaton, A. W. (2017). Feminist pornography. In M. Mikkola (Ed.), Beyond speech: pornography and analytic feminist philosophy: Oxford Scholarship Online.

Fraser, Laura. (1990). Nasty Girls. Mother Jones, February/March.

Galloway, Janice. (1990). The Phoney Search for Women’s Erotica. New Statesman & Society, 21 & 28 December.

Hardy, Simon. (2001). More Black Lace: Women, eroticism and subjecthood. Sexualities, 4(4), pp. 435-453.

Hartley, Nina. Confessions of a Feminist Porn Star.

Lake, Robyn. (1986). Looking at Video Porn Through Expectant Eyes. The Body Politic, July

Liberman, R. (2015). ‘It’s a really great tool’: feminist pornography and the promotion of sexual subjectivity. Porn Studies, 2(2-3), 174-191.

Marie Smith, Anna. (1986). Girls on Video. The Body Politic, July

Marie Smith, Anna. (1986). Sex and Violence and Censorship. The Body Politic, August.

Neville, L. (2018). Girls who like boys who like boys: women and gay male pornography and erotica. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

Semple, Linda. (1988). Women and Erotica. Spare Rib, No. 19, June

Senn, C. Y. (1993). Women’s multiple perspectives and experiences with pornography. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 17(3), 319-341. doi:10.1111/j.1471-6402.1993.tb00490.x

Senn, C. Y. & Radtke, H. L. (1990). Women’s evaluations of and affective reactions to mainstream violent pornography, non-violent pornography and erotica. Violence       and Victims, 5, 143-155.

Smyth, Cherry. (1990). The Pleasure Threshold: Looking at Lesbian Pornography on Film. Feminist Review, 34, Spring.

Steffenson, Jyanni. (1989). Times Change… And About Time Too: A Critical Review of Women’s Erotic Writing. Hecate, 15(2)

Whisnant, R. (2016a). "But what about Feminist porn?": Examining the work of Tristan Taormino. Sexualization, Media, & Society, 2(2), 1-12.

Wilson-Kovacs, D. (2009). Some texts do it better: Women, sexually explicit texts and the everyday. In F. Attwood (Ed.), Mainstreaming Sex: The Sexualization of Culture (pp. 147-164). London & New York: I. B. Tauris.

Young, M. (2014). Authenticity and its role within feminist pornography. Porn Studies, 1(1-2), 186-188. doi:10.1080/23268743.2014.888250