A panel discussion about pornography and eroticism, its connection to the left, racial stereotypes in pornography, First Amendment rights, and pornography's effect on women's self-image. The panelists are Sabrina Sojourner (moderator); Kathleen Barry, sociologist and author of "Female Sexual Slavery"; Valerie Miner, journalist and lecturer at U.C. Berkeley; Margaret Sloan (aka Sloan-Hunter, b. 1947 – d. September 23, 2004), former editor of Ms. Magazine and founder of the National Black Feminist Organization; and Bridget Wynne, co-ordinator of Women Against Violence in Pornography and the Media. Includes comments from listeners. Produced by Karla Tonella, KPFA, 1980.
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