Female Sexuality

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Online:

“Women’s bodies are not the problem. The problem is that most of us don’t have a full understanding of how they work.”

Project Cliteracy: Why We Still Don’t Know Women’s Bodies

 

“A look at 50 years of female sexuality on the small screen from I Love Lucy and Bewitched to Game of Thrones and Masters of Sex.”

Sex, Women and TV: 21 Shows That Changed the Way We See Female Desire (2014)

 

Artist Marilyn Minter on Depicting Female Sexuality   (4:56)
https://video.vice.com/en_ca/embed/55fca13ecfb79005275c43be

 

“On one hand lipstick is always being portrayed as about sexuality, but that strong vain and the power of women and the power of presenting yourself in a strong way is always there, too.”

A History of Red Lipstick: From Suffragettes to Coco Chanel  (2014)

Academia:
‘‘Can Women Have Sex Like a Man?’’: Sexual Scripts in Sex and the City (2008)
MTV, Reality Television and the Commodification of Female Sexuality in The Real World (2005)
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Middle Eastern Sexuality

Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity

Academia:

Through the Looking Glass: Muslim Women on Television— An Analysis of 24, Lost, and Little Mosque on the Prairie (2011)

In Search of My Mother’s Garden: Reflections on Migration, Sexuality and Muslim Identity (2008)

Online:

The Real Sex Lives Of Muslims (2015)

SAME-SEX SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND LESBIAN AND BISEXUAL WOMEN (2002)

‘Big Talk’: Sex and the Married Muslim

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The Daily Show w/Trevor Noah: Dalia Mogahed(2016)    [4:15]

Shugs & Fats

 

 

Simply Happy by Dr. Heba Kotb

 

Latina Sexuality

National Hispanic Media Coalition:

The Impact of Media Stereotypes on Opinions and Attitudes Towards Latinos

 

Academia:

“Tropicalization helps position the Latina body as oversexed as well as sexually available; all that is identified with seductive clothing, curvaceous hips and breasts, long brunette hair or extravagant jewellery.”

The Exotic Other: Representations of Latina Tropicalism in U.S. Popular Culture (2016)

Latina/o Representation on Teen-Oriented Television: Marketing to a New Kind of Family (2013)

Interrogating the Look of the Gaze: Theorizing a Latina Cine-subjectivity  (2012)

“We examine popular representations of Hayek, Kahlo, and Lopez in order to study dominant signifiers of Latinidad and Western discourses of femininity and sexuality as well as the resulting racialized prescriptions of Latina bodies and sexuality in contemporary popular culture.”

Brain, Brow, and Booty: Latina Iconicity in U.S. Popular Culture (2004)

 

Online:

6 Harmful Media Myths About Sex and Latinas  (2014)

20 LGBT Latino TV Characters To Celebrate This Pride Month (2016)

 

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Black Sexuality

Academia:

Beyond the Black Lady: Sexuality and the New African American Middle Class/”Baad Bitches” and Sassy Supermamas: Black Power Action Films/Mutha’ Is Half a Word: Intersections of Folklore, Vernacular, Myth, and Queerness in Black Female Culture

Online:

Black Women’s Sexuality: Let’s Stop Trying to Reclaim the Past (2016) thebodyisnotanapology.com

17 Important Black BI/Lesbian TV Characters (2015) afterellen.com

VIDEO

PANEL – BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA – KEEP IT 100

 

RATCHETPIECE Theatre

 

 

 

 

Podcast: Black Girls Talking