Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll

Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll: Psychological, Legal and Cultural Examination of Sex and Sexuality
edited by Helen Gavin and Jacquelyn Bent

ISBN:  978-1-84888-031-3

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Contents

Introduction
Helen Gavin and Jacquelyn Bent

PART I   Defining Sex and Sex Crime

Sexual Deviancy and the Sex Police: An Examination of the Religious, Cultural and Psycho-Legal Antecedents of Perceived Perversion
Helen Gavin & Jacquelyn Bent

Trans Integration: Understanding the Value of Trans- Identity from a Relational Stance
Claudia C. Lodia

For the Love of Dog: On the Legal Prohibition of Zoophilia in Canada and the United States
Brian Anthony Cutteridge

The Natural Order of Disorder: Paedophilia, Incest and the Normalising Family
Elise Chenier

PART II Ethics and Principles in Sexual Conduct

Images of Childhood, Adolescent Sexual Reality and the Age of Consent
Kieran Walsh

The Notion of Consent to Sexual Activity for Persons with Mental Disabilities
Suzanne Doyle

Comprehending the Distinctively Sexual Nature of the Conduct
Jami L. Anderson

PART III  Sex, Crime and the Law

Sexual and Gender motivated Harassment at Czech Universities: Incidence, Perception and Implications for Sexual Ethics
Petr Pavlík, Kateřina Kolářová, Irena Smetáčková

Criminalising the Possession of Extreme Pornographic Images: A Critical Examination of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act (2008)
 Allison Moore

Pornography as Crime and in Crime: A Response to Recent Feminist
Arguments
Amy E.White

Sexual Exposure to and Transmission of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Belgian Substantive Criminal Law Point of View
Bjorn Ketels

Child and Youth Sexualities, the Law, and the Regulatory Apparatus of Child Protection Policies in Canada in the Early 21st Century
Robert D. Teixeira

PART IV Sex Law and its Agencies

The Rights (Boxing) Ring: Australian Rape Trials
Jessica Kennedy & Patricia Easteal

Alternatives to Prosecution: Restorative Possibilities for Victims in
Aotearoa/New Zealand
Elizabeth McDonald & Yvette Tinsley

Primum non nocere (First do no Harm)
Katherine Brown

PART V Regulating Desire

Selling Vulnerability: Commercial BDSM Sex and the Power of Choice
Sharon Cowan

Taboo: Young Strippers and the Politics of Intergenerational Desire
Maria-Belén Ordóñez

Same-Gender Sex and the Common Good
Matthew Pierlott

Challenging the Order of Things: Un-Australian Families and Reproducing
Homosexuals
William Leonard

What’s Wrong With Having Sex With Animals?
James A. Martell

PART VI What is Good Sex, What is Bad Sex?

Rape: Unlawful but not Unhealthy? A Philosophical Analysis
Stephanie Koziej

Pornography: Is There a Connection between Treating  Things as People and reating People as Things?
Evangelia Papadaki

The Influence of Family Dynamics in Young Sexual Offenders’ Behaviours
Ricardo G. Barroso, Celina Manita and Pedro Nobre

Life is a Cabriolet, Old Chum: Autoeroticism, Death and Law in J. G. Ballard’s Crash
Mark Thomas