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Introduction; 1. Seeds of discontent: the failed promise of the sexual revolution for women; 2. Male violence and the critique of heterosexuality: the influence of radical feminism on the anti-pornography movement; 3. Have you seen Deep Throat yet?: the growth of the commercial sex industry in 1970s America; 4. 'I'm black and blue from the Rolling Stones and I love it!': WAVAW and the campaign against media violence; 5. Something inside me just went 'click': women against violence in pornography and media and the transition to an anti-pornography movement; 6. Growing pains: the emergence of Women Against Pornography and new directions for the feminist anti-pornography movement; 7. Porn tours: tensions and triumphs for WAP; 8. The new lay of the land: WAP assumes leadership of the movement and faces challenges from within and without; 9. Anti-pornography comes undone: the rise of the feminist pro-sex countermovement; Conclusion: porn is here to stay: the feminist anti-pornography movement in the 1980s and beyond.

About the Author

Carolyn Bronstein is Associate Professor of Media Studies in the College of Communication at DePaul University. Her research investigates questions of media representation and social responsibility, with an emphasis on gender, and her work has been published in such journals as Violence against Women, Camera Obscura and Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. She is co-editor of Responsible Advocacy: Ethics in Public Relations (2006).

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'Bronstein corrects the assumption that the American anti-pornography movement focused exclusively on state regulation and censorship. Bronstein restores historical texture and detail to our understanding of the feminist responses to media violence as part of a larger movement to expand women's equality. She offers a richly detailed portrait of a multifaceted movement concerned with protecting free speech and women's sexual freedoms while still holding media corporations, pornographers, and consumers responsible for distributing and consuming images of violence against women. This lesser known history casts new light on the more infamous sex wars of the 1980s and adds archival heft to our histories of women's activism in the 1980s, including the entrance of conservative religious women into the ranks of Women Against Pornography in the mid-1980s.' Jane Gerhard, Mount Holyoke College

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