Sexual Arousal, Danger, and Vulnerability View Full Text


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DATE

2016

AUTHORS

Fredrik Palm

ABSTRACT

Turning to the topic of sexual vulnerability, this chapter offers a critical approach to a reductive naturalization of the functions of the human body. The chapter approaches the phenomenon of sexual arousal in terms of a process of sensemaking or cognitive and discursive accomplishment. Through a discussion of the different sexological accounts of James Giles, Robert Stoller, and Leo Bersani, focus is placed on the dynamic of sexual arousal as oriented around the oppositional pair of safety and danger. The chapter suggests that raising questions of safety and danger offers a way of articulating arousal as a relation of power in which the very boundaries of embodied subjectivity are at stake. In opposition to the predominant naturalistic doxa according to which sexual arousal is seen as a natural or physical phenomenon that only in a second step is framed by different discourses of regulation, arousal must be understood as always already discursive, normative, moral, and political. Shifting focus from an interrogation of how social norms and morality restrict sexual arousal, the author instead contends that arousal is inherently moral in so far as it reflects cultural beliefs about good and bad and feeds on specific moral situations tied to particular sexual economies and structures of regulation. More... »

PAGES

119-140

Book

TITLE

Bodies, Boundaries and Vulnerabilities

ISBN

978-3-319-22493-0
978-3-319-22494-7

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-319-22494-7_7

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