The Afterglow of Women’s Pornography in Post-Digital China

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Springer, Jun 3, 2015 - Social Science - 204 pages
Chinese artists, activists, and netizens are pioneering a new order of pornographic representation that is in critical dialogue with global entertainment media. Jacobs examines the role of sex-positive feminists and queer communities to investigate pornography's "afterglow" (a state of crisis and decay within digital culture).
 

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Contents

List of Figures
Womens Drifting Eyeballs and Porn Tastes
Wandering Scholars and the Teachings of Ghosts
Message on the Body in the Chinese Netsphere
The Art of Failure as Seen in Chinese Womens Boys Love
The Master Class of Leftover Women
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Katrien Jacobs is Associate Professor of Cultural and Religious Studies at Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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