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Journal of Homosexuality. (2004). Special Issue: Gay Male Pornography, Vol. 47, Iss. 3/4, August.
Eclectic Views on Gay Male Pornography: Pornucopia / Morrison, Todd G.
Educating Gay Male Youth; Since When Is Pornography a Path Towards Self-Respect? / Kendall, Christopher N.
“He Was Treating Me Like Trash, and I Was Loving It.” Perspectives on Gay Male Pornography / Morrison, Todd G.
Homecoming: The Relevance of Radical Feminism for Gay Men / Jensen, Robert.
If You Look at It Long Enough. / Hallam, Paul.
In the Slammer: The Myth of the Prison in American Gay Pornographic Video / Mercer, John.
Memoir and Performance: Social Change and Self Life-Writing Among Men Who Are Gay Pornography Producers and Actors / Cohler, Bertram J.
Porn Again: Some Final Considerations / Ellis, Shannon R., Whitehead, Bruce W.
Sex Pigs: Why Porn Is Like Sausage, or The Truth Is That -- Behind the Scenes -- Porn Is Not Very Sexy / Scuglila, Benjamin. 

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Kendall, Christopher N. (2004). Gay Male Pornography: An issue of sex discrimination. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press.
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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Meadows, D. R. (1997). Affirmations and objectifications: Gay men’s perspectives on gay pornography. Unpublished master’s thesis, Smith College School of Social Work, Northampton, Massachusetts.

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

Neville, Lucy. (2018). Girls who like boys who like boys: Women and Gay Male Pornography & Erotica. Palgrave.

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The cultural-aesthetic specificities of all-male moving-image pornography / Rich Cante and Angelo Restivo.
The gay sex clerk: Chuck Vincent’s straight pornography / Jake Gerli.
The resurrection of Brandon Lee: the making of a gay Asian American porn star / Nguyen Tan Hoang.

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