When straight women masturbate to gay male porn, does the same apply?
Why is that unique to this genre? I assume dwarf/small people porn fetishizes their existence as well. If anything, this is a critique of all sorts of categories of difference that people could potentially fetishize.
Except when in the hetero scene, the man is being raped by the woman. There are plenty of hetero scenes that have the female as dominant(not all in the S/M category, either).
Why is that a bad thing? I mean, all sex acts have some power dynamic, but so do almost all interpersonal interactions. Also, I don't know why second-wave feminists would have trouble with what you're describing. Most deny the categories of male/female exist in any stable fashion in reality.
There aren't a whole lot of traditional feminists around-- most have moved on from it.
This needs more explanation-- the fact that I can penetrate a guy doesn't mean that I can't equally penetrate a woman. To say that guy-on-guy sex means guy-on-girl sex has a different property than we thought it did previous requires a lot more explanation.
Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong.
There are specific reasons why some gay guys hate topping and love bottoming and vice versa. To them, their positions are a matter of necessity.
But this isn't heterosexist, at least not only heterosexist. If you don't think the discussion of femininity/masculinity doesn't apply to people who like their own sex, you have yet to interact with a bunch of lesbians or gay guys. I highly suggest you do, and understand that there is a massive amount of power-play going on even in non-sexual situations. The feminization of bottoms, the femininization of femmes(male and female) is pretty rampant. The vast majority of LGBT people aren't concerned with breaking down preconceptions of gender/masculinity/femininity-- they are actually, I'd say, more comfortable with the idea, at least, most us are.
I think queer identities can expose why they happen to be arbitrary, but I highly doubt they will destabilize or change them. Too many queers are being assimilationist for that sort of politics to be viable.
I mean, yes? The question isn't a moral one, at least not for me-- the fact is that there are some people who will prefer wanking off to actual sex. I think they are in the minority, but I do know of at least one person like that. Unless it is something that is inherently harmful to a certain group of people, there's no good reason to attack it.
Lastly, the greatest problem that I have with porn(at least gay porn-- I think most hetero porn has this as the norm already), is the lack of condoms. I mean, if actors want to take another men without condoms, that's their choice. What I object to it how the pornography industry tries to turn the "bareback" genre of gay porn into something to be fetishized, which in turn likely influences other gay guys to have sex without condoms. For me, it isn't so much how porn interrelates to the actors, it is how the people who watch it might be subtly persuaded to engage in stupidly risky behavior.