: sex and sexuality in media and culture (Susanna
39 She hates the "pornification
" of society and criticises women who make sex tapes as a "passport to fame.
(3.) For a discussion of the pornification
of culture, see Julia Long, Anti-Porn: The Resurgence of Anti-Pornography Feminism (London: Zed Books, 2012).
As Mulholland notes, what pornification
means is provided via her mapping of anti-pornification activists' claims to knowledge--namely psycho-medical actors who cast young people as "innocent, 'developing,' and essentially asexual until reaching a predetermined age (74).
In an interview with the (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/11246673/Bette-Midler-It-was-a-wonderful-life.html) Telegraph , Midler, 68, was vocal about her thoughts on the "pornification
" of today's pop music, immediately citing Grande's name as an example.
Hatch, Fighting the Pornification
of America by Enforcing
2007, 'Gay Men and the Pornification
of Everyday Life', in S.
This is reflected in recent debates in the UK about the 'pornification
' of childhood and the impact of hyper-sexualisation and commercialisation of children (BBC 2013).
There's our ingrained prudishness on the one hand and the pornification
of pop culture on the other.
of lesbianism in film was codified decades ago.
The issues discussed include wage inequality (internationally), domestic partner violence, health, and sexualized portrayals of women (termed pornification
Actual women presidential candidates have mustered far less support and have been subjected to gendered stereotyping, media bias, and political pornification
(Anderson 2002; Carlin and Winfrey 2009; Falk 2010; Jamieson 1995; Sheeler and Anderson 2013).