This essay traces a 1990s image and a 21st–century confession in the context of the legal trajectory of former athlete Andrew Ettingshausen’s genitals and his body as a
commodity. It does so in the light of debates about contemporary masculinity and sports. Throughout, we shall be stalked by the image of his penis, its representation in a magazine, subsequent evaluations by courts of law —and the need to protect and develop Ettingshausen’s marketability.
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Pages183 - 183
CitationMILLER, T., 2019. Shower scene from HQ. INTERdisciplina, 7 (17), pp.183-198.
PublisherUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
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