PrEP, Pedagogy, and the Politics of Barebacking
Marking the tenth anniversary of Unlimited Intimacy, Tim Dean’s seminal work, Raw returns to the question of sex without condoms, or barebacking, a timely topic in the age of PrEP, a drug that virtually eliminates the transmission of HIV. The authors in Raw push Dean’s conclusions and show the urgent need to consider condomless sex, as it is still illegal for HIV-positive people in many jurisdictions.
“Significantly broadens the field of scholarship on bareback, notably by including pieces on bareback in heterosexual pornography, by making connections with lesbian and BDSM identities and practices, and by discussing the experience of Black bareback bottoms and treating sex education considerations. ” —Oliver Davis, author of Jacques Rancière
Contributors: Jonathan A. Allan (Brandon University), Joseph Brennan (Sydney, Australia), Tim Dean (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Elliot Evans (University of Birmingham), Christien Garcia (University of Cambridge), Octavio R. Gonzales (Wellesley College), Adam J. Greteman (School of the Art Institute of Chicago), Frank G. Karioris (University of Pittsburgh & American University of Central Asia), Gareth Longstaff (Newcastle University), Paul Morris (San Francisco), Susanna Paasonen (University of Turku), Diego Semerene (Oxford Brookes University), Evangelos Tziallas (Concordia University), Ricky Varghese (Toronto), Rinaldo Walcott (University of Toronto)