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Pornographers are traditionally assumed to cause, rather than to take offence, yet porn video aggregator sites, production studios and individual professionals regularly engage in protests against internet policies and legislative measures connected to sexual equality. In many instances, this has involved porn companies protecting their own financial interests whereas the economical rationale has remained less lucid in others. Focusing on moments of pornographers acting out in protest, this chapter examines the political economy of offence connected to contemporary pornography. It explores how porn companies make use of social media visibility to articulate their case, how their forms of protest function as PR, as well as how the shift of porn distribution to online platforms has changed the political stakes that all this involves.
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- Blocked Access: When Pornographers Take Offence
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