276. Feminist Pornography with Alison Spittle and special guests Erika Lust and Grace Petrie
The Guilty Feminist
The Guilty Feminist presented by Deborah Frances-White and Alison SpittleEpisode 276: Feminist Pornography with special guests Erika Lust and Grace PetrieRecorded 14 September via Zoom. Released 18 October 2021.The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon.Vote for us in the National Comedy Awards http://www.thenationalcomedyawards.comMore about Deborah Frances-Whitehttp://deborahfrances-white.comhttps://twitter.com/DeborahFWhttps://www.virago.co.uk/the-guilty-feminist-bookMore about Alison Spittlehttps://twitter.com/AlisonSpittlehttps://ko-fi.com/alisonspittlehttps://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08m3z73More about Erika Lusthttps://twitter.com/erikalusthttps://erikalust.comhttps://elsecinema.comhttps://xconfessions.com/confessions/wash-meMore about Grace Petriehttps://twitter.com/gracepetriehttps://gracepetrie.comhttps://gracepetrie.bandcamp.comFor more information about this and other episodes…visit https://www.guiltyfeminist.comtweet us https://www.twitter.com/guiltfempodlike our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/guiltyfeministcheck out our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theguiltyfeministor join our mailing list http://www.eepurl.com/bRfSPTCome to a live recordingKings Place. Monday 25 October, 7:30pm. Buy tickets now.Kings Place. Thursday 4 November. 7:30pm. Buy tickets now.Soho Theatre. Tuesday 9 November. 9:30pm. Buy tickets now.Help Sarah Rebuild Her Home: https://gofund.me/72c2fb64Thank you to our amazing Patreon supporters.To support the podcast yourself, go to https://www.patreon.com/guiltyfeminist See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cette semaine à Micro-Ondes, Jonathan s'interroge sur la représentation de Pablo Escobar dans la série Narcos, qui semble relever du fantasme, tandis que Camille nous propose une incursion dans le domaine de la pornographie féministe.
This week on The Happy Vagina podcast we are joined by Erika Lust the Swedish born, Barcelona based erotic film director, screenwriter and producer who has dedicated her life to reframing pornography into the feminist spaceSince the debut of her first indie erotic film The Good Girl in 2004, Lust has been instrumental in promoting the aims of the feminist pornography movement through capturing the female gaze, and a dedication to female pleasure. Lust created Erika Lust Films whose company values towards an ethical production process set the company apart from mainstream pornography sites. She has played a key role in advocating the importance to pay for porn to ensure safe working conditions and fair pay for sex workers. She has written several books, as well as directed and produced a number of award-winning films.The team at The Happy Vagina understand that pornography can be complicated for some people, whether individually or within a relationship. For many people porn addiction can be a symptom, rather than a cause, of underlying issues you might be experiencing. You aren't alone; there are place you can go to for support. If you feel like you, or someone you know, might be struggling with your relationship with porn, please reach out and ask for help. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Porn is one of the biggest drivers of internet traffic and a generator of vast amounts of money, but also an industry in a state of flux. The biggest online porn platforms have been accused of profiting from criminality and abuse. Stephen Sackur interviews Erika Lust - pornographer, feminist and entrepreneur. Is there such a thing as ethical porn?
Till Death Do Us Pod - S4 Episode 8 - Talking Porn with Erika Lust
Till Death Do Us Pod
As part of our Women’s Month theme we interviewed acclaimed indie adult filmmaker, Erika Lust. Erika created the kind of beautiful cinematic adult content that you probably aren’t used to seeing. We spoke to her about ethical porn, her interview process with potential performers, what it is like on a set, how young people are using porn as sex education and her XConfessions project. It was a wildly interesting interview, Erika is working hard to drive much needed change in the porn industry and I tell you what…she is achieving it! It was estimated in 2020 that the porn industry is worth over $97 billion, this kind of information is available on Google but what you wouldn’t know is that approximately 80% of the industry is owned by one company and there is so little content regulation in place. One of the things I got from the chat was that we as consumers need to take more responsibility – like the free porn sites, how can it be free when there were content producers and performers involved? We need to start doing our own due diligence, ensuring that we are supporting content where we know the performers are being taken care of. Anyway, I hope you find this episode as fascinating as Mike and I did. This episode is sponsored by BABE - a delicious wine in a can! Use promo code TOVA20 for an exclusive 20% discount for all orders from uk.drinkbabe.net (for UK residents 18+) and drinkbabe.net (for US residents 21+) Please enjoy responsibly. #ad
Comment Erika Lust a-t-elle apporté son féminisme dans une industrie pornographique machiste ? Et en quoi son cinéma pour adulte est-il si différent de ce que l’on peut voir sur les sites X grand public ?Mina et Jade ont regardé une sélection de films où il sera question de séries sur le BDSM, de fantasmes des internautes et de masturbation féminine…Traduction de l’extrait du discours d’Erika Lust lors de sa conférence TED : « La pornographie est un discours. Un discours sur la sexualité, sur la masculinité, sur la féminité. Ça a été mon déclic. J’ai réalisé que les seules personnes à participer au discours de la pornographie sont les hommes. Il est temps que le porno change. Et pour cela nous avons besoin de femmes dans les rôles de directions en tant que productrices, réalisatrices, scénaristes. Je ne veux pas exclure les femmes du porno, je veux les intégrer au porno ! » Pour plus de contenu exclusif et chaud comme la braise, viens suivre le N'importe cul sur Instagram Si tu es curieuse·x...Attention ! Certaines de ces pages internet hébergent des contenus non adaptés à un public de -18 ans CréditsCréé et animé par Mina et Jade. Produit par Mauvaises Ondes. Générique par Maxence Moogin. Musique de Stefano Mastronardi. Illustration d'Amandine Jonniaux. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
La exitosa historia de Erika Lust, la directora de cine para adultos que convirtió el porno en una “revolución” feminista y en un imperio comercial
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Reivindica que "la única respuesta al porno malo es hacer mejor porno", donde la mirada esté puesta en el placer de las mujeres, pero hay quienes la critican por aprovecharse de la etiqueta feminista para facturar.
Taylor is joined by Erika Lust creator, filmmaker, and producer of ethical pornography at her companies Lust Cinemas, XConfessions and Else Cinemas. Erika shares her journey that led her to running multiple platforms and how she upholds her values while doing this work. They discuss all the different aspects that go into making ethical porn from diversity, to consent, to communication to mental health. Resources: Let’s Talk About It Podcast Instagram Taylor’s Instagram Erika’s Instagram XConfessions Instagram Lust Cinema Instagram Boys Don’t Cry Film Transparent Show I May Destroy You Show Linda Williams Website Listen to other podcasts similar to this on iTunes!
Support Millennial Love with a donation today: https://supporter.acast.com/millennialloveThis week Olivia is joined by independent adult filmmaker Erika Lust.Erika is often referred to as a trailblazer in the "feminist porn" movement, championing female pleasure, consent and diversity in her films among other things that are often dismissed in conventional adult films.On the show, Erika explains how she got into the industry and the societal myths and misconceptions about porn that she hopes to rectify through her work.They also spoke about the issue with the phrase "feminist porn" and how it could serve to marginalise the genre.Follow the show on Instagram at @millennial_love Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/millenniallove.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.