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Whether it is through #MeToo or the fight for marriage equality, sex and intimacy remain key sites of struggle in contemporary culture. What place does masculinity have in these struggles and how do media shape, respond to and intervene in them? Drawing on feminist, queer and critical race perspectives, speakers at this event engage with a range of masculinities as they intersect with different media in order to address these questions.

‘Hey man, how’re you?’: Visceral geographies, masculinities and gay men’s Grindr conversations.

Carl Thompson (Newcastle University)

Streaking

Shaka McGlotten (Purchase College, State University of New York)

Gay Porn: An intimate enterprise

Stephen Maddison (University of East London)

The Celebrity Male Nude Leak: Intimacy, value and the male body in times of crisis

Jamie Hakim (University of East Anglia)

Celebrity, Contemporary Feminism and the Politics of Masculinity: Ryan Gosling - A Case Study

Hannah Hamad (Cardiff University)

Pedagogy and profit: Remediating masculinity in the 'seduction community'

Rachel O’Neill (University of York)

The New Digital Patriarchs

Alison Winch (University of East Anglia)

With grateful acknowledgment of support from the Department of Sociology, City University and the School of Art, Media and American Studies, University of East Anglia.

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