Media Matrix: Sexing the New Reality
From Sex and the City to discussions of sexuality and the self, Breillat's film Romance to Harlequin romances, crisis TV to cyberporn, celebrity to censorship, Barbara Creed explores the effect of today's global media on contemporary ideas and experiences of sex, screen, identity and representation. From the author of The Monstrous Feminine.
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peep shows to reality TV
the limits of Sex and the City
Romance to Annie Sprinkle
postmodern men and the media
the beast in the bedroom
from television to teledildonics
a gay gaze
digital pleasures and the new reality
terrorism and trauma
The global self and the new reality
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Page 137 - The nineteenth-century homosexual became a personage, a past, a case history, and a childhood, in addition to being a type of life, a life form, and a morphology, with an indiscreet anatomy and possibly a mysterious physiology.
Page 123 - Embedded in the inner surface of the suit, using a technology that does not yet exist, is an array of intelligent sensor-effectors - a mesh of tiny tactile detectors coupled to vibrators of varying degrees of hardness, hundreds of them per square inch, that can receive and transmit a realistic sense of tactile presence.
Page 91 - The journalist shall be aware of the danger of discrimination being furthered by the media, and shall do the utmost to avoid facilitating such discrimination based on, among other things, race, sex, sexual orientation, language, religion, political or other opinions, and national or social origins.
Page 25 - As the indifferent memories owe their preservation not to their own content but to an associative relation between their content and another which is repressed, they have some claim to be called 'screen memories', the name by which I have described them.
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