pornotopia


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pornotopia

(ˌpɔːnəˈtəʊpɪə)
n
jocular a fantasy state or place in which everyone is willing to indulge in sexual activity, esp the setting for pornographic literature
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Though much reduced, it is a monument to the selective skepticism, "moral inversion," and pervasive credulity that helped create the blatant pornotopia in which we all now must live our lives.
Como ejemplo de la primera direccion podemos referirnos al pasaje en el que Beatriz Preciado, en su ensayo Pornotopia (2010).
Muitas outras questoes abordadas neste livro avancaram, como mostra Texto Yonqui (2008), livro no qual se faz uma critica a carta genetica e ao farmaco-poder; e Pornotopia (2010), onde se analisa a arquitetura enquanto um dispositivo de biopoder que, a partir dos espacos arquitetonicos organiza a realidade dos corpos.
Pornotopia Arquitectura y sexualidad en "Playboy" durante la guerra fria.
He examines utopian and eutopian writing, including pornotopia, ecotopia and motopia as well as dystopias (or "kakotopias") such as subtopia, phrenotopia, agathopia and queutopia.
Primer Acto: Es el momento en que se teatraliza la pornotopia, y requiere la construccion de una atmosfera en donde se pretenda que el table dance es una fiesta social en un departamento de soltero colectivo.
The locus amoenus of Classical Romance and what might be called the pornotopia of the touristic imagination meet in the sexually ripe, ahistorical flower-world of Ben Howth, a place where wants are satisfied, desires "accommodated.
Pornotopia" gave pleasure and pornotopia would render Victorianism meaningless, if it repressed sex or pornography.
Por breve tiempo lograron vivir la utopia o pornotopia de la sexualidad sin restricciones en el haren para dos de una quinta en Contreras.
Pornography: A Secret History of Civilization (Koch Vision): From gay producers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato (Party Monster, Inside Deep Throat) comes this six-part, two-DVD miniseries about the history of titillation, from explicit artifacts in Pompeii to the porno chic movement of the '70s to the digital age of pornotopia (the latter features interview with former On Our Backs editor Lisa Palac).
It provides a concentrated focus on specific texts from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and a more loosely constructed overview of exemplary statements that range from pornotopia to Internet sites that you would not advise your staff or students to access from campus.
Whatever You Desire: Notes on Movieland and Pornotopia.