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Up Short: Women and Sexuality"
February 12th 6:30PM
at the Pioneer Theater
(155 E. 3rd Street, New York, NY 10009)
Hot and Bothered: Feminist Pornography (Becky Goldberg)
Hot and Bothered: Feminist Pornography takes a rare and empowering look into the pornography industry and feminist
community to see how they intertwine within the politics and poetics of female sexuality. It shows women who are committed
to making and supporting pornography that includes their feminist values and will go up against an entire industry, stereotypes,
and sexism to get what they want. Who better to claim the adult industry for themselves than the women it depends on?
In Her Image: Producing Womanhood in xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags"
?>America (Julia Barry)
We are constantly bombarded with images and messages
representing and shaping the lives of women. What are their roots and meanings? How do they affect society's view of women?
How do they influence women's lives? In Her Image poses these questions to American
audiences through a multi-media format consisting of images accompanied by original songs. These images span a typical woman's
lifespan and reveal the ways in which various marketplaces are interwoven to create a set of expectations and social requirements
that tell women who to be and how to act, think, and feel.
be available for Q&A.
Tickets are $9 ($6.50 students/seniors)
and can be purchased at:
Goody bags filled with items from our sponsors will be distributed to all who attend. For more information contact
917-337-0443 or email us.