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Dean presents fresh historical material—including novels and medical treatises—to show how fantasies about the body-violating qualities of homosexuality and pornography informed social perceptions and political action. Although she focuses on the period from 1890 to 1945, Dean also establishes the relevance of these ideas to current preoccupations with pornography and sexuality in the United States.
|1||Pornography and Perversion||25|
|2||Pornography, Literature, and the Redemption of Virility||64|
|3||The Great War, Pornography, and the Violated Social Body||101|
|4||The Making of Gay Male Sexuality||130|
|5||The Making of Lesbian Sexuality||173|