"All little red riding hoods become wolves in post-pornographic practices"

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Feminist theory has constructed a particular criticism of pornography that is far from being uniform and takes the character of a debate. Its origins take place in the U.S. in the late seventies, where two positions consolidate: an anti-pornography and a pro-sex. In Spain authors like Raquel Osborne and Dolores Juliano assume the second posture, creating grounds for the consolidation of porn-feminism, which tries to eliminate andocentric biases of the pornographic speech, producing pornography with additional purposes besides the masturbatory.




Prada, N. (2012). “All little red riding hoods become wolves in post-pornographic practices.” Cadernos Pagu, (38), 129–158. https://doi.org/10.1590/s0104-83332012000100005

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