She’s changing the porn industry by focusing on what turns women on.

I’m not going to lie… I have the biggest girl-crush on Erika Lust!

She’s a Political Science major turned Porn Writer/Director/Producer and she’s, no doubt in my mind, going to change the world.

You may think that sounds extreme. I mean really, some may wonder how anyone in such a sleazy, taboo industry could change the world when they probably don’t even change the sheets. Right?

I’ll tell you.

Erika Lust has taken the porn industry by the balls, for the sake of all women, and said, “Bullshit. We want better”. She saw the low quality, bimbo laden, fake orgasm inducing porn that is mainstream and questioned why it has to be so ridiculously off point. She not only questioned it. She did something about it by creating her own production company, Lust Cinema, and has directed five award-winning erotic films. BRAVO!

Before you get up in arms about some feminist entering the proverbial “Boys Club”, I want to seriously stress how this is a win-win situation for all of us!

If your woman has positive views about sex and you ask her if she wants to watch porn, she may accept your invitation. If she spends the experience thinking “What the fuck ever! There’s no way that even feels good! Why is she screaming?” or “This is seriously disturbing, and a child molester probably watched the same movie!” chances are she will not want a repeat experience, and honestly, may not even be happy that you are watching it.

If, on the other hand, she accepts the invitation and you cuddle up as a couple to watch deliciously sensual, erotic sex scenes with scenarios that are as stimulating to her as they are to you, then you’re more likely to have her asking you to watch it again and again!

What kind of porn turns women on?

We are all different. It’s not a cut and dry answer, but I’ll give it a shot.

Women are not simply visual creatures. We need to be both mentally and physically stimulated to be turned on. Is the sex you’re about to watch degrading, or is it something she can see herself actually doing? Are the positions for sheer shock value or could they actually bring her to an orgasm? Is Ron Jeremy present in any of these videos? These are the kind of questions you need to ask yourself before you press play.

Like I said, definitely check out the video. Erika Lust gives so much insight to the problem women have had with porn, and I really do think that we are entering a time where we can be open about enjoying sex and erotica and, yes, even good porn. You just have to go about it the right way.

Below the video are links to a few of Erika’s films to give you an idea of what she’s about. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see that “feminist porn” doesn’t mean soft core. If you’re wanting to choose your next movie together, as a couple, THIS is the perfect place to start. Am I biased? Maybe…But I’m also a woman, who hated porn so much, that I once caught a dirty magazine on fire before throwing it at my then-husband (yes.. I know, but he was a dick), and now I’m a woman on my own mission of making sure the good porn gets found. Call it my little library of love, and happy endings! 😉

See? Win-win..

Good luck and happy movie watching!

 

 


 

You can rent these titles instantly from feminist porn producer, Erika Lust!

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