December 05, 2005

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"My feminist mother used to come into my room and joke whether I would grow up to be a whore or an artist. She was exactly right!" --Annie Sprinkle

We would like you to consider the following for each image:
Is this pornography or art?
Why do you give the answer that you do?
Who are these images meant for?
What kinds of representations do you see?
Are these images offensive to you, or could they be to anyone else?

Posted by Jessica Lehrke at at 03:09 PM | Comments (0)

December 01, 2005

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Posted by Heather Ites at at 10:58 AM | Comments (0)

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Posted by Heather Ites at at 10:56 AM | Comments (0)

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Do women lose sexual agency once photographed?

Posted by Heather Ites at at 10:43 AM | Comments (0)

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How do you know for whom the gaze is intended?

Posted by Heather Ites at at 10:34 AM | Comments (0)

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Who is meant to view this image?

Posted by Anna Brauch at at 10:32 AM | Comments (0)

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Art or porn?

Posted by Anna Brauch at at 10:27 AM | Comments (0)

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Does nudity have to be seen as sexual?

Posted by Heather Ites at at 10:27 AM | Comments (0)

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What is the purpose of drawing a line between art and pornography?

Posted by Anna Brauch at at 10:24 AM | Comments (0)

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If you cannot control how people view images, how can you say the image you may produce of yourself is porn or not. If it's not porn to you, but porn to others, who is in control of naming it?

Posted by Heather Ites at at 10:22 AM | Comments (0)

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