Principled Porn: Is DIY Changing the Industry?
Porn prohibitionists assert that pornography is inherently destructive for both the performer and the viewer. Yet some studies suggest that with decreased institutionalized sexism in a society comes increased variety of pornographic imagery available and the increase of positive limpact on relationships. In the age of internet video and conscientious consumption, independent porn is getting a leg up- direct access to consumers is increasing questions about how work standards being applied to the world of XXX.
With the blogosphere reflecting an increasingly diverse audience for adult materials, how is this changing the perception of who is the exhibitionist and who is the voyeur? And is this impacting the way we interact with porn on a personal, professional and academic level?
These panelists, some working within and some outside of the mainstream industry, will examine how porn is produced, marketed, and consumed, and if a fair trade option is in our erotic futures.
- Kitty Stryker, freelance social media marketer, Kitty Stryker Communications
- Ned Mayhem, Pornographer / Adult Web Developer / Physicist, Mayhem Multimedia
- Shine Louise Houston, Producer/Director and CEO, Pink and White Productions Inc.
- Kelly Shibari, Producer / Director / CEO, PaddedKINK
- Maggie Mayhem, Whore, Self
Kitty Stryker, freelance social media marketer, porn performer, Kitty Stryker Communications
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