TORONTO (January 24, 2014)—Building on a year of unprecedented media attention for the feminist porn movement, registration opens today for The 2014 Feminist Porn Conference, which takes place April 5 and 6, 2014 at the University of Toronto. The Feminist Porn Conference brings together academics, students, cultural critics, sex workers, activists, fans, performers, directors, and […]
ANNOUNCING THE FEMINIST PORN MINI-CON May 8, 2013, 12:00-9:00 pm The Feminist Porn Mini Con #fempornUCSB Celebrating the publication of The Feminist Porn Book: The Politics of Producing Pleasure, this event will showcase the new movement of feminist and queer pornography that is transforming today’s adult entertainment industry. Events include a Keynote Panel discussion featuring […]
Publishers Weekly interviewed the editors of The Feminist Porn Book. The article is currently only accessible to PW subscribers (we’re hoping to get full text available later).
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tristan Taormino, firstname.lastname@example.org Carlyle Jansen, 416-588-0900, email@example.com Feminist Porn Awards and Feminist Porn Conference Hold Joint Press Conference TORONTO (March 28, 2013)—Producers of the 8th Annual Feminist Porn Awards (FPAs) and the 1st Annual Feminist Porn Conference will hold a joint media event on Friday, April 5 at 12 noon at […]
We are so thrilled to announce that the following presenters have been confirmed for The Feminist Porn Conference at University of Toronto on April 6, 2013 as part of the 2013 Feminist Porn Awards festivities. Registration is open now. Special Programs Include: “Lesbo Retro: A Dyke Porn Retrospective” and Q&A with groundbreaking lesbian pornographers Nan […]
[Press Release] The tenth anniversary edition of CineKink NYC, “the kinky film festival,” will present an afternoon dedicated to feminist porn and adult cinema on Saturday, March 2, 2013. The day’s special programming will take place at Anthology Film Archives (32 Second Avenue, NYC). First up at 1 PM, THE FEMINIST PORN SHOW features feminist […]
Co-editor Mireille Miller-Young and contributor Candida Royalle participated in the “Room For Debate” roundtable in The New York Times: “Should Pornography Come Out of the Closet?”