Pornography for women

Duration: 15min 46sec Views: 1966 Submitted: 14.09.2019
Category: Brunette
If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Address correspondence to: Jennifer A. Background: Pornographic media characterized by discordant images of sexual pleasure and aggression are increasingly formulating young heterosexual women's sexual scripts. Yet there has been little work done on the downstream role of pornography consumption; how does pornography use relate to heterosexual women's thoughts and feelings during sexual experiences with a partner?

The New Porn: How Female Filmmakers Are Reinventing Adult Cinema

Best New Porn for Women - How Female Filmmakers Are Reinventing Pornography

You know the ones, they love their cars and their drinks. They might have different hair colors, but more or less it's the same kind of women, over and over again. Lust, who debuted her first adult indie short film, The Good Girl , in while studying political sciences, feminism and gender studies, considers mass-produced porn to be boring at best, misogynistic at worst. Now on a crusade to shake up the pornography industry for good, Lust is in the process of gathering a global community of female adult filmmakers who are more concerned with cinematic value than gratuitous sex scenes—and who are interested in one simple idea: films driven by a female character.

Women's pornography

Women's pornography , sometimes referred to as sex-positive pornography, is pornography often produced by women and aimed specifically at the female market [1] — rejecting the view that pornography is only for men. In the s, writer Susie Bright pointed out that women's pornography "is a contradiction in terms for many people, so convinced are they that pornography represents the darker, gutter side of lust. Since that date, women have become accepted as a growing market when it comes to pornography. Women's pornography is produced and directed by women, and it is intended for the female audience.
Underneath, in smaller, cruder letters, the management had scrawled what it considered a liberated afterthought: Women Also Welcome. Now why in the name of male bonding would a smart young smut peddler with a choice midtown location want to let women in? Women Also Welcome? Sexism aside, it was clearly a sign of the times.