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ay but it's in furry everything. regular porn you often have just like, one thing happening. The dudes only cum once and it's not perfectly synchronized. It's probably because the medium doesn't support "perfection." Good for them xd.
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Peter Lehman's analysis of the controversy surrounding THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT underlines the way the public discussion is framed within the simple opposition First Amendment/pornography, where both sides understand the term pornography as intrinsically evil. Neither side of the debate, when phrased this way, allows one to ask or explore what pornography is, what its means of expression are, and how it appeals to sexual desire and curiosity. And, most important, how it is like mainstream cultural practices. To admit that set of questions is to open deeper issues of how art and the media represent sex, race, and class, and how audiences are emotionally invested and corporate structures are financially invested in such representation.
On college campuses and in other forums, an educational show presenting the dangers of pornography (and more recently the pleasures of pornography) has become a recognizable mode for conveying anti-pornography positions. Yet, as Eithne Johnson describes these presentations, both directly debating the issue pro and con or simply implying the existence (and danger) of the opposite view continue a binary logic. The anti-porn argument assumes polar opposites which lead to simple acceptance/rejection behavior rather than more complex understanding of the issues involved in industrially produced sexual images. In contrast, sex positive speaker Suzie Bright promotes a diversity of porn and readings of it. Anti-porn arguments fall back on assuming an evil porn and an acceptable erotic, but can never actually bring forward a comparison of examples. To look at the "difference" would reveal actual differences in how people read sexual images and indicate how heavily the "acceptable" is locked within class- and education-bound notions of good taste and aesthetic discrimination.
In her new book, Bound and Gagged: Pornography and the Politics of Fantasy in America, Laura Kipnis explores the transgressive boundaries of porn today: cops' policing the Internet, transvestite porn, the body in "fat porn," and Hustler as a class-offensive attack on middle class norms. In his review of this book, Eric Schaefer finds the analysis redefines the porn discussion precisely by insisting on how similar porn is to other cultural expressions. Kipnis concludes that pornography opens a space which allows for fantasy unrestricted by the social and political limits of the normative order.
Such an understanding begins to move us beyond the limits of the people versus Larry Flynt to consider how Flynt is another backwoods boy made good, a self-made millionaire who figured out a successful marketing strategy to an U.S. audience. Beyond the hero/demon binary, Flynt appears as an exemplary cultural producer, embodying the success myth so dear to conservatives, and his historical figure is in need of a more sophisticated analysis. Sexual representation is changing. Developing an analysis of how and why those changes are taking place means moving beyond binary distinctions.
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