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After Pornified – How Women Are...

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After Pornified – How Women Are Transforming Pornography and Why It Really Matters A Book Review, by Lady Cheeky: Originally published on EvolvedWorld.com What do you think about when you hear the word “pornography”?  In the United States at least, that word usually conjures up images of brightly tanned, women on their knees and overly […]

Desperately Seeking Passion by Elle C...

Desperately Seeking Passion by Elle Chase for gasm.org

 Originally published on gasm.org on October 11, 2013 At the end of her sexless marriage, Elle Chase went on a journey to seek the one thing she never had. This is the story of what she found. Recently, after turning 40 and leaving a sexless marriage, I had come to the sobering realization I had […]

Porn, Body Image and Buff Women

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By Alyssa Royse from her blog Just Alyssa on 6/11/11 I love bodies. I love both men’s and women’s bodies. I love my body. I have always loved Stoya’s body, hers especially. (And her amazingly pale skin, dark hair, pouty lips…. ) And, like many women, I look at all the bodies in the media, and […]

Lady Cheeky Makes it on Salon.comR...

Lady Cheeky Makes it on Salon.com’s list of the Best Porn on Tumblr!

Sex educators, writers and porn stars share their favorite adult Tumblrs   BY TRACY CLARK-FLORY  Originally published on Salon.com, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2013   Earlier this week, in light of worries that Yahoo’s purchase of Tumblr would mean an end to porn on the micro-blogging platform, I reviewed its most popular adult blogs. I slogged through hours […]

Porn Industry Fights For Your Rights ...

Porn Industry Fights For Your Rights  by Dr. Marty Klein

Originally published on his site Sexual Intelligence on 11/30/12 Even if you don’t watch porn—even if you think porn should be illegal—you still get the benefits of the porn industry’s fight to safeguard your freedoms as an American. And this goes way beyond your right to watch porn, to areas of privacy, capricious taxation, and […]

Study: Porn stars aren’t “damaged” b...

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A report finds adult actresses are happier than the rest of us — and that being naked might lead to self-esteem Originally published on SALON.COM – 11/27/12 A common stereotype of a female porn star is an insecure, sexually abused, mentally ill and/or drug-addled woman. It’s one supported by anecdotes (most memorably by Linda Lovelace’s harrowing […]

A Treatise On Beauty

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By Lady Cheeky I think it’s the perceived imperfections in people that make them interesting and therefore … to me … more beautiful. If this photo were generated by a traditional adult industrial complex the blemishes on her legs, the folds and texture of her skin, the bra strap indentations, would all be airbrushed out. […]

Great Potential for Great Fun by Cand...

Great Potential for Great Fun by Candida Royalle

Originally published by The New York Times (www.nytimes.com) on 11/11/12 Does Pornography Deserve it’s Bad Rap?: Watching pornography is not inherently harmful to men or women. But I would offer some caveats. There are people who probably shouldn’t view porn, like those with poor body image or those who have been sexually victimized. Depending on […]

After Pornified – How Women Are...

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Book Review by Lady Cheeky: Click cover above for review

10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me ...

10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Porn

By Roger Barnett Roger Barnett thinks we’re doing a disservice to young men by offering them porn as their only real form of sexual education. I wish someone had sat down with me when I was in my early teens and had a frank chat about pornography and sex. In the absence of genuine information […]

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