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Sexualities and Popular Culture

Sexualities and Popular Culture

April 1998 | 320 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The author presents a short history of popular culture with definitions and examples that illustrate the evolving portrayal of human sexuality. Examples are taken from sources such as books, film, magazines and television, historic texts, sport and everyday popular practices to explain how pervasively popular culture communicates sexuality to us and through us.
Popular Culture
Communication and Media
Popular Culture Studies
Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation
Over the Edge
Taboos and Sexualized, Transgressive Interpretive Communities

Prehistoric and Historic Texts from around the World
Historic Texts of Beauty
The Problematics of Art, Erotica and Pornography

The Horror of Sex
Sexual Humors and the Flirtatious Alchemy of Gaiety and Gravity
After the Beat
Popular Music

Gesture, Body Image and the Fashion of Sex Toys

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ISBN: 9780761903512