Policing Desire: Pornography, AIDS and the Media
Since its initial publication, Policing Desire has proved to be an unparalleled analysis of 'the cacophony of voices which sounds through every institution of our society on the subject of AIDS.' For the third edition Simon Watney has provided a new preface, a compelling new concluding essay, and a resource directory for AIDS information.
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