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AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Recent Changes in the Representation of Sex and Politics in American Cinema1. The Sexuality of Minors: Family Values and Mysteries of Pedophilia2. Sex Trafficking Films, Or Taken for a Ride3. Sex and Anti-Militarism4. Interracial Sex and Architectures of American Horror5. Tim Burton's Films, Children, and PerversityConclusion: The Future, No FutureNotesBibliographyIndex
Carol Siegel is Professor of English and American Studies at Washington State University Vancouver and author of New Millennial Sexstyles (IUP, 2000) and Goth's Dark Empire (IUP, 2005).