Dennis Hof’s “The Art of the Pimp: A Love Story — One Man’s Search for Love, Sex, And Money” launches Porn Memoir Week.
Wouldn’t it be great if a pornographer were brave enough to name her movie after a Guess Who song? Dana Vespoli is that pornographer.
Since adult entertainment is the purest form of exploitation, it should be no surprise that an offer like Hof’s comes couched in what sounds like concern, in much the same way that Vivid’s pursuit of Octomom included offers of foreclosure relief.
An interview with sex worker activist Christina Parreira on coming out to family as a sex worker and being involuntarily outed as a sex worker in the high-stakes world of feminist theory
“John” (GET IT??) gets up to similar shenanigans with each of his hookers, and they all share a matter-of-fact (but again, not unfriendly) rapport that never shies away from the fact that the women are purchased objects for that hour.
Maybe it took the French Revolution to show us that hair doesn’t matter; that the virtues of liberté, égalité, et fraternité don’t raise barricades against the follicularly challenged.
If their lives were a buddy movie, it would have a triple-X rating. Now Tim Case and Mike South, veteran pornographers, strip club managers, and straight-shooting old world gentlemen, have compiled a decade of blog posts and dressing room banter into the entertaining blook “Stripper Quotes And Other Stories From the Sex Industry”
This year the porn world tackled the issue of prostitution in several thought-provoking films
“We all get fucked for money one way or the other, right?”
Audrey Hollander is having sex for money legally by playing someone having sex for money illegally.
Laura Lasky and SolaceSF help sex workers in an agenda-free environment
“Portrait of A Call Girl” is my favorite porn movie in a long time.
Isn’t the problem most people have with porn centered on the mistakes pornographers make trying to put romance into what is essentially a financial transaction?
“I may be a whore,” says Mika Tan, “but I’m not a slut.”
“Why do Russian hookers like Prague?”
“It reminds them of home, but without the breadlines and shootings, I suppose.”
The most endearing thing I ever heard you say was, “Of course your name is Pai.”
The lion’s share of porn movies you’ve seen reviewed on this site were made in a studio ; but don’t forget our pornographer friends who get hookers from Craigslist and a cheap motel from Travelocity.
I wish I could say Olson and I talked about “Spin City,” the “Hot Shots!” movies, or the “Two And A Half” hours her costar needed to get hard that day, but we talked about her purple bathrobe.
If you learned of the porn-star/hooker proclivities of the actor Charlie Sheen here, well, congratulations, because you have even less interest in celebrity sex gossip than I do.
I call him Der Überagent