(2) In "Pornography and Pleasure," Paula Webster turns a critique of the anti- pornography movement into a statement of feminist strategy based on shifting our .
Lennon, Marybeth Nelson, Paula Webster, and Ellen Willis. Special Sexuality" and "Epilogue," in Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality, ed. in Pornography and the Media, San Francisco, March 25, 1983; Fourteenth National.
Women, Sex, and Pornography: A Controversial and Unique Study. By . " Pornography and Pleasure," Paula Webster makes the target clear when she tracks.
Fred R. Berger, "Pornography, Sex, and Censorship," Social Theory and 30-4; and, in the same issue, Paula Webster, "Pornography and Pleasure," pp. 48-51.
Paula Webster, “Pornography and Pleasure,” in Caught Looking, 30. Webster commented directly that the antipornography movement “was a movement to.