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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. My Account. The cult of eroticism is a pervasive force in modern society, affecting almost every aspect of our daily lives. In this book, Paul Rutherford argues that this phenomenon is a product of one of the major commercial and political enterprises of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: the creation of desire - for sex, for wealth, and for entertainment. A World Made Sexy examines museum exhibitions, art, books, magazines, films, and television to explore the popular rise of eroticism in America and across the developed world.
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World Made Sexy Freud to Madonna|University of Toronto | U Toronto Press

By Paul Rutherford. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Paul Rutherford's A World Made Sexy begins with the observation that in the second half of the twentieth century, "a portion of the economy was eroticized, a portion of the libido was commodified" 6. Rutherford calls it the "Eros project," the process by which the world—or, rather, Western popular culture—has been made sexy. It was achieved, he argues, largely through the effects of the marketing and entertainment industries, which have become adept at deploying sexuality in such a manner as to associate commercial products and entertainments with the forbidden thrill of taboo sexual practices while obscuring the illicit nature of this thrill.
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Journal of the History of Sexuality

The cult of eroticism is a pervasive force in modern society, affecting almost every aspect of our daily lives. In this book, Paul Rutherford argues that this phenomenon is a product of one of the major commercial and political enterprises of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: the creation of desire - for sex, for wealth, and for entertainment. A World Made Sexy examines museum exhibitions, art, books, magazines, films, and television to explore the popular rise of eroticism in America and across the developed world. Starting with a brief foray into the history of pornography, Rutherford goes on to explore a sexual liberation movement shaped by the ideas of Marx and Freud, the erotic styles of Salvador Dali and pop art, the pioneering use of publicity as erotica by Playboy and other media, and the growing concerns of cultural critics over the emergence of a regime of stimulation. In one case study, Rutherford pairs James Bond and Madonna in order to examine the link between sex and aggression.
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Table of Contents The Sex Museum. History as Past Pornography. The voyeur's gaze.
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