A world of sex, porn and erotica for women
"Porn is a huge part of the culture we’re living in. Women can not just ignore porn, we have to participate and discuss this very influential genre"Erika Lust didn’t always know that she would become an erotic writer, film director, and producer; she grew into that role. She saw a void for women’s voices in a male-driven mainstream porn industry and set out to show something new - and to change things. Erika was born in 1977 in Stockholm, Sweden - in a country with a strong culture of sexual liberalism, at a time when pornography was beginning to approach the mainstream and feminists were beginning to divide themselves on the issue of pornography. Some denounced it altogether and others embraced it as part of the sexual revolution. Linda Williams’ 1989 book Hard Core: Power, Pleasure, and the "Frenzy of the Visible," offered a graphic analysis of film pornography and made it a part of the contemporary discourse on sexuality.This book was hugely influential for Erika while studying Political Science and Feminism at the University of Lund, and it still is today.
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Violet Blue is a Forbes Web Celeb, CBSi/ZDNet blogger and columnist, a high-profile tech personality and one of Wired's Faces of Innovation. She is regarded as the foremost expert in the field of sex and technology, a sex-positive mainstream media pundit (MacLife, CNN, The Oprah Winfrey Show) and is interviewed, quoted and featured from ABC News to the Wall Street Journal.A feature writer and columnist since 1998, Violet has authored and edited many award-winning, best selling books in six translations; a sample is on Oprah's website. She was the notorious sex columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. She headlines at conferences including ETech, LeWeb, SXSW: Interactive and two Google Tech Talks at Google, Inc. Watch her standing ovation sex and tech talk at Gnomedex. The London Times named Blue one of the 40 bloggers who really count (2010). "Superstar sex writer - Violet Blue." -Dan Savage "Violet Blue is omnipresent on the Web." –Forbes "America’s leading (very) public intellectual sexologist, Violet Blue." -The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies "Violet Blue is the leading sex educator for the Internet generation." -Webnation
Gifted with a salacious imagination, National Bestselling Author Sasha White’s brand of Romance with Heat, and Erotica with Heart is all about sassy women and sexy men.With a voice that is called "distinctive and delicious" by The Romance Studio, this Canadian author has become a reader favorite. A true eclectic heart Sasha was born in Calgary, Alberta and raised all over Western Canada. The travel bug has stayed with her and ever since she left home she’s continue to go wherever opportunity leads. That includes travelling through some of the United States, as well as Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Nepal, Singapore, Mexico, South Africa, Mozambique, Swaziland and Greece. Aside from Mexico, Greece, and the States, her travels have been for months at time, living out of a backpack while exploring these countries, learning about their cultures and often volunteering at schools in exchange for room and board.
Since February of 1998, Scarlet Letters has been one of the web's premier publishers of sex-positive, original, visionary creative and artistic work of all kinds. Unifying our erotic and sexuality content for women as well as men with an array of other types of work, we break boundaries and bridge gaps, crashing the genre and gender barricades in favor of a collection of constantly updated work from some of the most inventive authors and artists online. Our goal: to give our readers an intimate perspective on artistic expression without pretension or arbitrary limits. Get ready to look at sexuality, erotica, creativity and online media in a whole new way.