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+ Lesbian porn is the best:

“‘In traditional girl-on-girl porn created for a male audience, there is a huge focus on the actual body parts … You see a lot of them. The girls spread each other’s ass cheeks wide apart so that the camera can see every little crevice, which is overkill,’ says [Jincey] Lumpkin [from Juicy Pink Box], who eventually quit her job as a lawyer to make her own porn. ‘The fake screaming, the body modification-all of it … it’s manufactured to satisfy a craving in a mostly male customer-base who has been fed a constant diet of the same thing for years now.’

Her website consists of all lesbian porn, girl-on-girl, but in short vignettes with real women, some femme, and some butch. What you won’t find in Lumpkin’s porn are men. Sure, there are still close ups of nipples hardening and sweat dripping down backs, but there aren’t too many spreading asses. There is a fundamental difference in the kind of porn Lumpkin makes and the porn found on BangBros.com and Redtube.com, another site that typifies traditional porn.”

Related: A profile of Lux Alptraum, the new CEO of Fleshbot, which recently split from Gawker:

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“‘I’m someone who’s kind of a Web native and who comes from a sex positive background of not necessarily embracing the dominant narrative of what’s sexy,’ she says. ‘I’m kind of like the embodiment of what the Internet has done to porn.’ By freeing up the means of production and giving direct access to niche audiences, the Web has empowered all sorts of people who don’t fit the typical porn mold to enter the business, and from all angles.”

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+ Salon has a new series about bisexual experiences. In the first essay, Anna Pulley talks about San Francisco and sleeping with men in the wake of her hardcore lesbian breakup:

“I didn’t realize I liked girls until I was 20, so I was never a gold-star lesbian (someone who never slept with boys), but I am pretty stereotypically gay. I was a high school gym teacher. I drive a pickup truck. I minored in women’s studies. I know the difference between tempeh and seitan. It’s all womyn and grrls up in this hizzy, in other words. Yet I found myself a few months after my breakup mired in men, and behaving a lot straighter than I had at any other time in my life, which includes the brief affair I tried to have with eyelash crimpers in high school.”

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+ The Desire Project, “a website about what women want and how they get it” from Victoria Floethe and Kate Rose, features videos of women talking about all types of desire. In an interview with The Hairpin, Rose says:

“We start talking the second our interview subject walks in the door, and once the camera starts rolling we keep a conversational vibe going, and just tell them to look in the camera. I’m behind the camera crammed in a little corner where my knees are pretty much touching theirs, so it’s very intimate. They know we’re right there with them and that they have our undivided attention. Contrary to what people may think, women like to talk! And, brace yourself for this one, women like to talk about their feelings! We’re deeply interested and ask them questions and we listen.

It’s crazy how many people have said, “No one has honestly asked me what I really want or engaged me like this.” When she leaves the interview and her friend contacts us the next day and says, “Angela told me she had the greatest experience yesterday, can I come in for an interview too?” you know you have something special happening.”

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+ Perhaps you would like to read novel reviews by nudists. Most of the books reviewed seem to be classic science fiction. From the site:

“Nudity in fiction is normally present for its erotic or titillating impact. Unless I feel there is some point to be made, I have tried to ignore such material. Sometimes the writer appears to want their character to do something a little naughty, creating a tension as to whether or not they will be discovered – and some naturists certainly seem want to keep their naturism quiet. At other times, the writing is simply about enjoying the sensuous pleasure of freedom from unnecessary clothing. This last features many times – it isn’t specifically about naturism, but it certainly illustrates part of the pleasure naturists experience.

To assist the reader, all stories are given ratings on three aspects: the amount of nudity, the relevance to naturism, and a recommendation as a good read.”

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+ You probably still have this page open in another tab, but remember how hot Miss March is?

Scarlett Johansson and Dita Von Teese, photographed by James White

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14 Comments

  1. i completely understand and support the lady producing feminist porn, but i also don’t like the way it sounds? i mean yes, moving away from ridiculous “lesbians” who have nightmare-inducing nails and an unreal level of love for penetration is always good, but then too much realness will make me uneasy. like, obviously i know these are real people and not just body parts to be fucked, but knowing more about them as individuals just makes me feel bad, like i’m watching people i know have sex.

    i don’t know, i just feel bad about liking fake lesbian porn produced for straight dudebros more than good-intentioned feminist and queer porn made by and for women and queer people.

    i’m sorry for the rambling comment, i have many feelings about porn and they’re not super coherent.

    • Meh, I wouldn’t worry about it, I’d probably die if people found out what I liked to watch. Hell, when I’m not watching porn itself, I’m a bit creeped out by myself. But ultimately people watch porn to get off, you need never feel apologetic about that. (Provided there are no children involved and no one was coerced into it, but I feel that’s a whole nother story.)

    • This is going to sound awful…

      But.

      Lesbian/queer/etc. porn is often all about showing a variety of different body types/types of attractiveness/etc. AND honestly, while the totally fake totally straight totally way fucked up weight:boob ratio girls in straight porn often don’t do it for me, often the “not conventionally attractive people” don’t do it for me either. I don’t want to see stuff that looks fake but I don’t want to see stuff that’s not glamorized to an extent either (because I could make my own porn if it’s /too/ ‘down to the Earth’!)

      In a way, though, getting to know the actresses helps circumvent this problem. Because the type of beauty you can glean from just watching someone fuck in a 20 minute video is different from the type of beauty you can glean from watching them talk, hearing about their passions, etc. If that type of “extra” information is part of the pursuit of broadening what porn is and what it means to be beautiful/desirable, then it has an important place…(not to mention it has a humanizing component………even if we’re uncomfortable with it, maybe we should be MORE uncomfortable with “people are just meat for your entertainment” approaches…)

  2. Sometimes the thumbnail image is so small and I am like what is going on in that picture? It looks kinda awesome but I just can’t really see it?! This is one of those times.

  3. The first article put to words concisely how I feel about mainstream porn. Even the wording itself is so telling: the phrase, “sweat dripping down backs” spark my arousal immediately, wheras “the girls spread each other’s ass cheeks wide apart” turns me off.

    I adore sex and I adore depictions of sex, but mainstream porn evokes this face: ;;;;;0_______o;;;;; and that’s not okay.

    AS’s NSFW Sundays consistently make me smile that tight little smile like “awwwwww yeah…” evoke phrases like, “MMMPH!” and draw me into this really pleasant zone of “now THIS is why I love girls so freaking much, in every way…”

    EMPOWERMENT IS SEXY.

  4. Things to read, things to look at, things to watch. I loved this edition!

    And… the nails in porn. Seriously. I don’t know what will be the purpose of me saying this, but I checked some Buck Angel and Allanah Starr porn just for curiosity the other day and was shocked to see that the length of her nails was like twice as long than your common lesbian-for-men porn. And he was taking it! I CRINGED.

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