Bruno Zilli is a Brazilian anthropologist, researcher at the Latin American Center on Sexuality and Human Rights, State University of Rio de Janeiro, and Assistant Editor to Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad - Latin American Journal. He has a Master’s Degree in Collective Health and a PhD in Social Sciences. He is author of several journal articles, book chapters, and a volume on online BDSM communities.
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Women are being recognised as consumers of pornography increasingly which potentially can change how compulsory heterosexuality and gender stereotypes are embedded in media. Here we explore the contradictions between women consuming porn and sexual violations of female performers, and how do we then understand, research and talk about consumption of pornography.
Since 2013 the EROTICS global survey has been carried out three times by APC-WRP to assess and learn about the role of information and communication technologies in the work of its worldwide network of gender and sexuality activists, advocates, professionals and scholars. The survey was particularly designed to reflect about their experiences and responses to online violence and censorship....