Obscenity from Fifty Shades of Gray to Virtually Free: Patently Offensive and Socially Valuable Materials that Appeal to Our Shameful and Morbid Interests in Sex
Christopher Roederer is the author of Chapter 2 in the following book:
Weaver, Russell L., Mark D. Cole, and Steven I. Friedland. Comparative perspectives on freedom of expression. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2017.
Outline of topics in this chapter:
- The Ubiquity of the Obscene
- Obscenity Is a Legal Anomaly
- “We” Don’t Really Know It When We See It
- What Community? What Standards?
- Offensive? We Are What We Eat, Not What We Claim Suits Our Taste
- The Obscene Is Political
Carolina Academic Press
Roederer, Christopher J., "Obscenity from Fifty Shades of Gray to Virtually Free: Patently Offensive and Socially Valuable Materials that Appeal to Our Shameful and Morbid Interests in Sex" (2017). Books and Book Chapters by University of Dayton Faculty. 9.