According to the book, “Women’s sexual interests are plastic and change frequently.” Houston, we have validation.
Sasha Grey’s “Neu Sex” doesn’t actually have sex in it. How refreshing!
“A Porn Valley Odyssey” is burning up Amazon’s Kindle Store and Geri Jewell just announced she’s gay. Coincidence?
Gram speaks with Bob Chinn on his book-based reboot of Johnny Wadd
Perhaps the Old Ones, tittering behind the clouds from their blighted mansions of non-Euclidean geometries, had a tentacle in my being spared the L.A.P.D.’s latest scam.
Did you know that it is the Director who dictates on what part of the pornstresses’ person the ropey volley is deposited? I felt like a slightly-less-disgusting Babe Ruth.
Some of these dirty stories will make you laugh out loud, which makes them dirtier
“Some women are comfortable being sexy right out of the gate, sexy and naked in person,” Michael Charles says. “And they can be a dream to work with. But it’s a skill to bring that look or emotion out with your camera, so that it translates to a webpage or a magazine.”
“Save Me from Myself” is a little like “The Devil in Miss Jones,” in which Miss Jones finds herself in Hell having not really enjoyed the life that got her there.
Every teacher from Sting to Jeff Daniels’ character in “Terms of Endearment” to whatever Garp’s wife’s name was (I’m not going to look it up—do I look Chinese to you?) can tell you that you shouldn’t pluck the low-hanging fruit that is a besotted student.
Dawn Schiller’s fascinating new memoir “The Road Through Wonderland: Surviving John Holmes” takes place almost entirely outside the industry that made John Holmes famous.
Not since Leo Tolstoy’s “Anal Creampie Karenina” has a great work of literature become porn shorthand as quickly as Vladimir Nabokov’s “Lolita” has.
Yes, though 1990 still had AIDS and condoms, not one of the characters in this book, be they rock star, hermaphrodite, loser, or part-time lesbian bass player, ever Tweets, Googles, or LOLs.
Einhorn: As I get older and the models get younger, there is less and less chance for sexual interaction.
Prather said his intended audience for this book is not industry insiders. “It’s written for the average person who thinks that the business is what [is portrayed] on HBO or G4.”
“I … think the essay actually makes clear to me many of the reasons that relationship had to end – even if I didn’t realize these reasons as I wrote it.” – Lorelei Lee
Because I had forgotten about gay icon Alan Ball’s bayou vampire saga “Tru Blood,” I naturally assumed New Sensations’ porn parody “Tru” was about Robert Morse’s bravura performance as gay icon Truman Capote.
“Confessions of An Ivy League Pornographer” offers expert insight into the garden-level tragedy of porn, as well as the freedom the business allows and the consequences of that freedom.
Three porn memoirs proved excellent reads this year and also blew a load of insight into a trio of the hundreds of possible porn careers: Pillow Queen Superstar, Esoteric Steveporn Stud, and Gonzo Director with a Dream.
Just because many of the porn couples in this book are no longer couples doesn’t mean they get edited out