She thought she knew a better way to make porn. So she did.

Read this and read this well: THIS IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK. But it is a really interesting talk from an adult filmmaker about how porn affects us and how it needs to change. Once more for good measure: NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

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Can there be such a thing as "feminist porn"? You betcha.

In most straight porn, the woman may have a really exaggerated "orgasm," but it's certainly not about her own pleasure. The exaggerated caricature of an orgasm is more about either turning the man on or demonstrating how manly he is ... even her so-called orgasm is in service of pleasing the man.


Women and men are both portrayed unrealistically in terms of body image in porn; HOWEVER, women are the only ones systematically depicted as meaningless tools of implementation in the pursuit of the Male Orgasm.

But women are sexual creatures, too. You can make porn that celebrates their freedom to be sexual creatures who give and receive pleasure without reducing them to tools of implementation.

THAT'S feminist porn.





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