Other Porn Critics Take Note: THIS is Reasonable Porn Criticism

Other Porn Critics Take Note: THIS is Reasonable Porn Criticism

Other Porn Critics Take Note: THIS is Reasonable Porn Criticism - Calico Rudasill, Sssh.com Porn For Women “Oh boy,” I thought when I read the headline. “Here comes a torrent of anguished, politically-correct nonsense I’ll soon regret having read in the first place.” The headline in question read: “Representation in porn, or a lack thereof, and why it matters.” One of my first thoughts was the word “doesn’t” was missing from it, but after reading the piece, I found it far more reasonable and measured than I expected. Sure, some of what I expected to find in the article, like concerns over whether porn performers accurately reflect demographics and physical traits of the general public, are indeed in there. What I found refreshing, though, was the very reasonable conclusion which followed Rebecca Vipond Brink’s analysis of porn performer demographics. Focusing her inquiry on “art porn” and “women-friendly” porn, Brink says ...

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Sex Tape Movie – Et Tu, Hollywood?

Sex Tape Movie – Et Tu, Hollywood?

Sex Tape Movie – Et Tu, Hollywood? - Calico Rudasill, Sssh.com Porn For Women.  “Piracy is not a victimless crime,” reads a warning screen displayed on the DVD before the featured program begins. It’s a damn good thing Sony Pictures reminded me of this fact up front – because you’d sure never know it from the contents movie on the other side of the warning. On its face, Sex Tape is a modern romantic comedy about the inevitable loss of passion that takes place over the course of a marriage. Steeped in comic cliché, the movie dispenses rapid-fire jokes covering everything from the spontaneous erections of youth and the awkward first meeting of your prospective spouse’s parents to pregnant sex and highly irritating, predictable “kids say the darndest things” moments in the car. Sex Tape introduces the subject of self-recorded porn with a brief exchange between two of the film’s ...

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Erotic Literature: Why it’s Becoming Bigger

Erotic Literature: Why it’s Becoming Bigger

One of the major problems with video porn is that the suspension of disbelief is hard as videos require very little imagination. You don’t have to imagine what the room looks like, what he or she looks like, how dark the light is, or how colorful the sheets may be – it’s given to you. Erotic Fiction frees you...

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The UK’s New Porn Regs – And What They Say About the Regulators

The UK’s New Porn Regs – And What They Say About the Regulators

The UK’s New Porn Regs – And What They Say About the Regulators By Calico Rudasill at Sssh.com Porn For Women It’s clear as day: The Brits who came up with the latest UK porn regulations think Cyndi Lauper should go fuck herself – but not on film, obviously. Yes, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, but if that fun involves sitting on a man’s face as part of femdom sex play, experiencing female ejaculation, fisting or being fisted, said “girls” better have their “fun” somewhere other than in a porn video distributed within the UK. More interesting to me than the amendments to the 2003 Communications Act is what those changes tell us about the regulators who dreamed up the changes. To wit, while it is remains just fine and dandy under UK law to depict a woman dropping to her knees to receive one frothy face-load of semen ...

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Live Broadcast: Everything You Wanted to Know about Porn Comedy Event

Live Broadcast: Everything You Wanted to Know about Porn Comedy Event

BOSTON – If you’ve watched any of the previous live panel discussion events hosted by MindBrowse, you know they’re serious affairs. Weighty and occasionally contentious, past topics have focused on the role of women in the modern adult industry and the question of whether feminism and porn can coexist.There’s nothing solemn about this week’s MindBrowse  event, however—other than potential for some serious fun. Panelists Jacky St. James, Will Ryder, Evan Stone and Casey Calvert will address the lighter side of working in porn—from on-set mishaps to the sort of painfully awkward moments in daily life only people who work in the porn industry confront—in a session called “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Porn, but Were Afraid to Ask.”Beginning at 3 p.m EDT. Dec. 2, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Porn, But Were Afraid to Ask” will be moderated by sociologist Chauntelle Tibbals, who will pose entertaining questions she ...

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New Fabulous Site For Women – VProud.tv

New Fabulous Site For Women – VProud.tv

by Coleen Singer at Sssh.com Porn For Women Every morning when I wake up, I do something unspeakable for many women: I flip open my iPad in bed before brushing my teeth and take a look at the headlines to see what horror show in America erupted overnight.  I generally also glance at my email, Skype, and when in that wanton mood, watch a little porn, have an orgasm and snooze for another 30 minutes. But, today, something caught my eye on cnn.com.  A story about a woman that has launched a “no troll” site just for women to participate in. Founder of VProud.tv, Karen Cahn, is rather remarkable in so many ways that resonate with women on the internet. Let’s take a peek at what managing editor Sarah, founder Karen Cahn and their associate producers have to say…. According to VProud’s “About Us” page…. VProud.tv is a video social network, built for women ...

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No, I don’t want to know about your sexual fetishes

No, I don’t want to know about your sexual fetishes

By Lovely Lovely.   Dear people men, Maybe I have issues. Maybe I’m not cut out to be talking about sex so much. Or maybe, just maybe, I don’t have to listen to you go on about your sexual fetishes. I get uncomfortable. I feel uncomfortable. That doesn’t make me an uncomfortable person. It just means I don’t have to listen as you try to justify your sexual fetishes. I don’t care. I really don’t. And I don’t mean that I don’t want you to have your kinks. I mean that I don’t care if your fetish is weird, cuz it’s totally cool with me. Do whatever you want that turns you on (that is mutual on both sides, and no one gets hurt). I know perhaps other people have looked down on it, or judged you for it, and perhaps you need someone who is going to accept and validate ...

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