- Zahra Stardust (2016), 'Performer-centred Pornography as Sex Worker Rights: Developing Labour Standards in a Criminal Context', Research for Sex Work, Issue 15: Resistance and Resilience, Global Network of Sex Work Projects.
- Zahra Stardust (2014), ‘Fisting is Not Permitted: Criminal Intimacies, Queer Sexualities and Feminist Porn in the Australian Legal Context’ in Feona Attwood and Clarissa Smith (eds), Porn Studies, Volume 1, Issue 3, 258-275, United Kingdom: Routledge.
- Zahra Stardust (2014), ‘Sex Work is Work: Protecting Sex Worker Human Rights in Australia’, International Bar Association Human Rights Law Working Group News, 30.
- Zahra Stardust (2013) ‘Fists are for Fucking, Not for Fighting’ in Stephen Abblitt, Nicholas Cowley, Karina Quinn (eds), Writing From Below, Vol 1, No 2, La Trobe University, 2013.
- Janelle Fawkes, Elena Jeffreys and Zahra Stardust (2012) ‘Mandatory Testing for HIV and Sexually Transmissible Infections among Sex Workers in Australia: A Barrier to HIV and STI Prevention’, World Journal of AIDS, Vol.2 No.3.
- Zahra Stardust (2017), 'Safe for Work: Feminist Porn, Corporate Regulation and Community Standards' in Catherine Dale and Rosemary Overell (Eds), Orienting Feminisms: Activism, Media and Cultural Representations, Palgrave, forthcoming.
- Zahra Stardust (2016), 'Pornography as Protest: DIY Porn and Direct Action' in Madison Young's DIY Porn Handbook: Documenting Our Own Sexual Revolutions, Greenery Press.
- Zahra Stardust (2015) 'Critical Femininities, Fluid Sexualities and Queer Temporalities: Erotic performers on Objectification, Femmephobia and Oppression', in Mary Laing, Katy Pilcher and Nicola Smith (eds), Queer Sex Work, United Kingdom: Routledge Studies on Crime and Society.
- Zahra Stardust (2015), 'Coming Out, Coming Hard: Privacy, Exhibitionism and Running for Parliament' in Jiz Lee (ed) Coming Out Like a Porn Star: Essays on Pornography, Protection and Privacy, ThreeL Media.
- Marianna Leishman (2010), 'Subversion, Activism and Gender Play: The Underground Feminism of Erotic Performance' in Laura Finley and Emily Reynolds Stringer (eds), Beyond Burning Bras: Feminist Activism for Everyone, Praeger: California and Oxford.
News and Community
- Zahra Stardust (2017), The Stigma of Sex Work Comes at a High Cost, The Conversation, Politics and Society, 10 August.
- Zahra Stardust (2017), 'DIY Porn Under Capitalism: Community Building, Commercial Enterprise and Ethical Consumption', Overland Literary Journal, 18 May.
- Zahra Stardust and Helen Hester (2016), 'Eat. Sleep. Strip. Repeat. A Conversation about Erotic Labour', in Re/Production, Issue 32, Runway: Australian Experimental Art.
- Zahra Stardust (2016), 'Won't Somebody Think of the Children? Gonzo puts Teens in Conversation with Porn Stars', Eros Journal, Issue 3, Eros Association.
- Zahra Stardust (2016), 'The Splash Zone: Top Tips for G Spot Ejaculation', Claude Lesbian Bisexual & Queer Women's Health Project, ACON.
- Zahra Stardust (2016) 'Porn Workers Need Rights and Proper Pay, Not Token Gestures' The Conversation, International Women's Day Edition, 8 March 2016.
- Zahra Stardust (2016), 'Watching Pornography in Parliament - Reactions of Disgust and Practices of Control', Hustler Magazine, Anniversary Issue, Larry Flynt Publishing Group.
Submissions and Reports
- Zahra Stardust, James Gray, Brent Mackie and Tim Chen (2017), Effective HIV Prevention and Health Promotion among Asian Gay and Homosexually Active Men in Sydney, Sydney, ACON.
- Zahra Stardust, Submission to Senate Standing Committees on Environment and Communications into the Inquiry on Harm being done to Australian children through access to pornography on the Internet, Submission 287, 10 March 2016.
- Janelle Fawkes and Zahra Stardust (Expert Authors) (2011), Ministerial Advisory Committee on Blood-Borne Viruses, Legal Working Group, ‘Lack of Alignment of Criminal Laws and Law Enforcement Practices with the Public Health Objectives of the National Strategies’, Paper 6.