Leeds Conference Papers

If you attended the conference and your paper does not appear here please forward the powerpoint to Steven McDermott (cssem@leeds.ac.uk).

Pornography and Mainstream Culture A view from Romania

Valentina Marinescu University of Bucharest-Romania

The Sex Inspectors: ‘porn culture’ and sexual failure

Laura Harvey The Open University

The ‘Real’ Dominatrix: Myths, Mothers and Mobile Phone Nu…

Jenny Barrett Edge Hill University

sexual docile body and pornography

Deconstructing Sexuality: Pornography and Docility by Janelle McLeod University of Manitoba Canada

“Too young to understand”? – Children and ‘sexualised’ media

Sara Bragg, Open University

Virtually Commercial Sex

Sarah Neely

Sites of intersectionality: cyberporn and body geographies

Pedro Pinto, Conceição Nogueira & João M. Oliveira University of Minho – Portugal

Depraving and Corrupting: Sex Works and Obscenity in the UK

Murray Perkins British Board of Film Classification


Meagan Tyler The University of Melbourne Australia Porn

Fanciful Anatomy: Internet Pornography and the Politics of Pleasure

Marcus Breen Porn Cultures Conference, Socialisation of Global Sexu…

Beyond the raincoats: The porn consumer in mainstream media

Porn Cultures Conference Leeds, June 2009 Dr Karen Boyle, University of Glasgow, K.Boyle@tfts.arts.gla.ac. uk

Regulating Pornography in the Internet Age

Prof Julian Petley, Brunel University UK

Voices of Resistance: the re-emergence of feminist anti…

Julia Long Research Student, LSBU Porn Cultures: Regulation, Political Economy and Technology Monday 15 June 2009

From Jekyll to Hyde: How the porn industry grooms male co…

Rebecca Whisnant University of Daytona

Controlling Access to Indecent Images: Mediated Interne…

Professor Ian Walden Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London Vice-chair, Internet Watch Founda…


Beth Concepción University of South Carolina, Savannah College of Art and Design

“Fanciful Anatomy: Internet pornography and the politics …

Marcus Breen Department of Communication Studies Northeastern University

The Personal and the Universal Spectrum – the experience …

Elizabeth Law UK Board Member, European Women’s Lobby

Putting ‘gendered’ sexualization and pornification on the…

Dr. Jessica Ringrose, Institute of Education, University of London UK

Does pornography damage young people?

Does pornography damage young people? Alan McKee Queensland University of Technology Australia Porn Cultures: regulation, …

‘The escort experience’ Discourses of commercial sex

Evangelos Liotzis University of Athens Greece Porn Cultures: Regulation, Political Economy, and Technology Leeds 15-16 June 2009

Sexually Explicit Material and Adolescent Sexual Health

A Cause for concern? Clare Bale PhD student, University of Sheffield clare.bale@btinternet.com

Pornography & Young People: An Insight from North-East En…

Aylssa Cowell Youth Work Service Manager Streetwise Young Peoples Project

A Power Paradox: The Male Consumer of Online Pornography

Jennifer A. Johnson, PhD Virginia Commonwealth University Leeds, England 2009

Consuming Innocence: Pornography and the Sexualisation of Children Debate

Catharine Lumby University of New South Wales Australia