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Eroticism and the Body Politic (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991). 9. Waugh, Hard to Imagine, 8. 10. Paula Findlen, “Humanism, Politics, and Pornography in Renaissance Italy,” in Hunt, Invention of Pornography, 52–54; David O. Frantz, Festum Voluptatis: A Study of Renaissance Erotica (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1989), 4–6. 11. Walter Kendrick, The Secret Museum: Pornography in Modern Culture (New York: Viking, 1987), 12–32. 12. David Gaimster, “Sex and Sensibility at the British Museum,” History Today 50, no.
If pornography links modernity to the major stages in Western society before the French Revolution, as Lynn Hunt has argued, then pornography has shepherded European society into the postmodern age. It has become a clichéd claim that pornography spearheaded the growth of Internet technologies, but, even before the Internet, pornography ramped up the pace of communications, making its mark on pulp novels, postcards, film, and video. As new technologies of communication appeared, pornography found room for the libidinal, and it did so because people paid, and still pay, to have their desires expounded.
Part of the disagreement may well stem from the types of pornography under scrutiny. Incestuous pornography is harder to bear than gay Introduction 23 pornographic fiction; racial flagellant pornography continues to be more problematic than soft-core. Beyond the subject matter, however, remains the fundamental issue of the ways that power ramifies through society and whether or how to disrupt it. Pornography and the battles about it pinpoint the sexual tensions in society, whether between citizen and subject, man and women, children and adults, national and global.