Great interview in the Oakland Local of Lorelei Lee – if you’re a fan of her work or her chapter in The Feminist Porn Book, check it out!
When Routledge announced in May that Porn Studies would debut in 2014, many folks questioned why pornography warrants academic study and publication. The Pacific Standard wrote a great piece explaining why it does.
Kerensa Cadenas wrote a piece for Bitch Magazine’s blog called “The Virtue of Watching Porn With Strangers“, talking about her experiences at the mini-con in Santa Barbara as well as reading The Feminist Porn Book.
Policy Mic lays it out simply in their article “5 Ways to Make Sure That Your Porn is Ethically Feminist“. Some of the commenters still don’t get it, but there’s been great discussion helping expand minds further.
SmartPlanet profiles Erika Lust, whose work in Barcelona is changing porn norms in Spain.
Ms. Naughty examined Feminist Porn As A Label, and inspired Maximillan Maze to write about what brought them to feminist porn in the first place.
The April 24th edition of the Village Voice featured Stoya on the cover. The profile included quotes from Jiz Lee: But Stoya loves her job, and it shows: She giggles so exuberantly throughout her sex scenes that an early partner, Mick Blue, initially thought she was mocking him. “Her performances are ones of genuine pleasure,” says […]
Anna Arrowsmith and Germaine Greer appeared on BBC Radio 4 to debate the question “Is pornography good for you?” Watch the video here.
Emily Nagoski has published the paper she presented at the Feminist Porn Conference, entitled “Vaginas of Science, Vaginas of Justice: Representations of Healthy Female Sexual Functioning in Feminist Porn.” Read the full piece here.
The London Evening Standard published a profile on feminist pornographer Anna Arrowsmith aka Anna Span. Yet to her credit, Arrowsmith’s movies boast decent statistics. She has a 45 per cent female audience. Not equal, but closer than most. “I used to say I made porn for women … very quickly I realised I was actually […]