New Erotica for Feminists: The must-have book for every hot and bothered feminist out there

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New Erotica for Feminists: The must-have book for every hot and bothered feminist out there

New Erotica for Feminists: The must-have book for every hot and bothered feminist out there

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In 2017, adult content creator Rooster says that they had their “consent […] violated on the set of Erika Lust Films, which is currently being investigated by the authorities as a rape allegation.” Sounds of Pleasure is a Tumblr featuring nothing but the sounds of sex. Listening to someone having sex is surprisingly intimate. It’s thrilling and voyeuristic all at once, like overhearing something you shouldn’t. SoP has dirty talk—aka audio from people having sex with themselves or others—and JOI (jerk-off instructions). Plus, everything is self-submitted and created, so real people are recording themselves and sending the audio in, which is hella erotic and empowering. 19. Orgasmic Tips for Girls Karen: And I would think, and I so appreciate how thoughtful you are about that, which I feel like is also a feminist, just that notion of being so incredibly thoughtful about it and that placing erotica in the context of real people’s lives makes it both more accessible and that it resonates with people in a completely different way. And I feel like both having the fantasy aspect of it and the aspect that sexuality is a part of everyone’s lives and this is what it looks like in the context of their lives. And so I’m going to ask one more question then Jera, I promise I’m going to stop talking. There are overlays of having open and non-judgemental communication in a relationship, especially a marriage, but it displays, in no ways, intentions of being relationship therapy. Pandora, the main protagonist, delves deep into her husband’s fantasies, and not only Ty but you, the reader, get to reap the benefits of her labours. If Fifty Shades of Grey was the tubelight moment when you discovered you were into BDSM, Sunstone is what will solidify this belief — and rightly so.

Say it with us: There’s no reason being queer should limit your porn options. We’ve all seen what a male-centered worldview can do in the world of erotica. Boobs are jiggling everywhere, and orgasms don’t sound at all like they do IRL. (Why is that a thing, btw?) Whether you’re into femme-on-femme action or you’re looking for more trans representation in the ~sexy content~ you consume, The Crash Pad offers an authentic take on queer sexuality that is second to none. 33. Dane Jones And then for the past five, six years, I’ve been editing the Best Women’s Erotica of the Year series, which sometimes has a theme, sometimes doesn’t, but the themes are more open versus a specific topic. So I’ve really edited and written erotica about, I mean, not everything under the sun, but a wide range of sexualities and types of sex and characters. And yeah, I’m always kind of looking to expand both my own knowledge and offerings to people, because I think especially within anthology, you have the opportunity to give people something. Maybe they didn’t know that they would enjoy, but they can discover it within others that, are more, I guess, traditional to them. Jera: Yeah. It really feels like erotica thrives on these anthologies. That it makes sense for those reasons. Rachel: I think it does. I mean, I love short stories. I love short fiction in general. So, I really enjoy that format. There are some people who it’s, I guess, frustrating for them. They’re like, ‘Oh, I just got into it. I spent 10, 15 minutes reading this and now I want more and it’s over. ‘And I totally understand that. And that’s totally valid.When her chips are down, a poker player shows her hand, and much more. By Rosalia Zizzo Girls, Interrupted Through the course of our research, it became clear that the women interviewed yield considerable power within their intimate relationships. This dominance often manifests within domestic or relational domains. This is opposed to broader financial and economic domains, where women remain disproportionality disadvantaged.

Karen: Yep, absolutely. You didn’t fumble that at all. We, so our conversation was an hour and I can’t tell you how many different things we came up with for it. And, it is really difficult to define. And I love what you said about what is feminist sex. I think it says a lot that I bought the URL, feministerotica.com like a month and a half ago. Like that was not something that was out in the world and not that feminist erotica, of course, doesn’t exist, but those were not two words that somebody had pushed together and bought already. So I feel like part of the fun of this for me is that exploration of that idea and kind of creating … how do you create standards around that? And as you said, we get to decide because we have this podcast, but I feel like it will be different for everyone. And I love the idea that we all kind of just, as we personally get to decide whether or not we’re feminists and whether we consider other people feminists and what they’re producing to be feminist — we can bring all of that to this as well. Rachel: Yeah. I mean, I wish I had a clear answer, but I also feel like I wouldn’t want to make some declarative statement and then someone say, ‘Oh, well this or this,’ but I will give one example. I think most creative people, you remember the things that people criticize, but there’s a story I published in an anthology called Spanked and it was a daddy/girl role-play scenario. And so this, if you read it closely, if you read it understanding what that is, you would realize that it’s role-playing because they break the roleplay at one point and they go into how their relationship is set up. But someone posted a review saying, ‘Oh, well this is incest. And this is this.’ And it kind of touched a nerve for me because I felt like it is very challenging to talk about certain aspects of role-playing or other kinks and make it clear like this is something people are voluntarily, consensually engaging in, and they’re kind of playing with something that’s taboo. Sreemoyee has also been a life-style editor, a PR head and is now living a life of a novelist settled in Delhi. Her third book ‘ You`ve Got The Wrong Girl!’ although written in a “lad lit style” of a man`s search of love, romance, both sexually promiscuous and experimental involves women as equally participating and shrewd subjects of attention. It is to celebrate the bold and firm authors of India, who did not hesitate to discuss themes that consequently questioned their morality, accused them of obscenity and indecency. Ismat Chughtai`s ‘Lihaaf’, ‘Lifting the veil’, were read, appreciated and criticized, created an impact that indeed publicized women’s sexual predilection. Women alike her living in Indian society embraced their right to sexual freedom, thereby, pioneering a journey of a kind of struggle that still needs to be fought by women in their mundane day-to-day life in the households as well as on the road. Okay, Emjoy is the least in-your-face ethical porn offering we have, but we have to start with it because it’s perfect for newbies. The app’s goal is to help women reach their sexual peaks by learning all about arousal, self esteem, and sex. You can go on “journeys” that’ll help you harness your own eroticism, you can listen to their vast selection of audio porn, or you can do a lil of both. Regardless of what you use the feminist app for, this female-focused pleasure center can help anyone achieve their sexual goals. 2. Frolicme.com Is it a literary masterpiece that will turn modern feminism on its head? Probably not, but given the present context, I believe this is exactly the wind we need beneath our wings.Transcript Rachel Kramer Bussel: Is everything I’ve written feminist. I mean, I’m a feminist and I hope it is not anti-feminist. What is feminist erotica? You’re kind of asking what is feminist sex. There’s nothing hotter than someone being overcome by lust—and Hysterical Literature is all about that. Artist Clayton Cubitt (yes, this is actually an art project) put together a series of films, each featuring a woman sitting at a table reading a passage from a book of her choice. As she reads, an unseen person under the table stimulates her with a vibrator. As the women get closer and closer to orgasm, they struggle to keep it together. But soon enough, their proper reading of, say, Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass becomes an incoherent series of gasps and moans. It’s beautiful, funny, smart, and very, very sexy. 22. XConfessions It features people who are technically amateur performers who also happen to have the skills to create a high-quality film.



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