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Keeping It Under Wraps

Condoms In Porn

The decision by the Los Angeles City Council last week to require performers to wear condoms in all adult films shot in the area has, unsurprisingly, caused quite a stir in the adult industry. From accusations of unnecessary and intrusive state intervention into a “private situation” to a lack of consultation with performers themselves, not to mention claims that the consumers themselves simply don’t want to see condoms in their porn, the decision has been widely panned from within the industry.

I am an independent porn producer. In my films all performers use condoms for penetrative sex unless they are in a committed relationship and have agreed to not use condoms with each other. My performers are tested for STD’s a couple of weeks before a shoot but because there is a small risk of infection that remains between the test results and shoot, I choose to be provide condoms for added safety. None of my performers to date would have wanted to have unprotected “bareback sex” on set. They all got an active sex life and presumed that as they protect themselves for other casual encounters, they would do so on set as well. (more…)

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Porn and the “liberal” press

Petra Joy

My blood is boiling. I am so annoyed by Gail Dines’ article about the AVN and porn in general. It is the latest in a long line of anti porn articles in the supposedly liberal Guardian. Especially the last chapter of this article really pissed me off:

“One of the seminars at this year’s expo is called In the Company of Women. Here academics will mix with pornographers to share ideas on how to develop niche products targeted to women. I’m sure there will be lots of talk about how women can be empowered by watching porn, because the pornographers, being the savvy businessmen they are, like nothing more than telling women that porn is actually good for them. This is their “trick”, and one we must resist if we want to replace the plasticised, formulaic and generic images of the pornographers with an authentic sexuality based on our own experiences, longings, and desires.”

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Adventures in Berlin

Petra Joy

I just returned from two jam-packed weeks in Berlin where I attended the Venus trade show and the fourth pornfilmfest, won the poryes award, hosted the Petra Joy Award and was followed around non-stop by endless TV crews.

It has all been really exciting but as I never got to sleep more than 5 hours a night it has been exhausting. All work and hardly any play and it was weird having to turn down so may kind offers for cups of coffee or glasses of wine because I simply did not have any free time to socialise… Let me fill you in on new and exciting events and encounters that have inspired me:

For the first time ever they had at the Venus (biggest adult show in Europe) a “Ladies only” area where men stripped. It was just a small cordoned off area and the 15 minutes show only happened twice a day but it was a start. The showroom was packed with eager women who enjoyed the hunky guys’ acrobatic and full strip. Unfortunately women tend to still be shy about their joy of watching guy candy and it was really difficult to find women who would talk to me on camera about the pleasure of watching a guy strip. It is as if many of us are still ashamed of our voyeurism and I hope that this will pass and one day we can just talk about what turns us on without fear or shame. It is good to see that the industry finally realises that women are voyeurs too and I hope more of this kind of events will finally happen all over the world. These shows were the only thing that excited me about the Venus. I did not find any new toys and was quite shocked that apart from the plastic surgeons advertising their breast enhancements, this year one surgeon was advertising labia reduction. He handed out roses to passing women as if to say: “Here, have a rose and buy a designer vagina – never mind the pain”. I am fully aware of the impact cloned teenager vaginas as seen in porn have on women who wrongly assume that they pussy is not beautiful enough. This saddens me. I am all for variety and personally find fleshy labias more womanly and sexier than tiny teeny pussies.

Petra Joy and Candida Royalle

It was a nice contrast to the Venus show that mainly caters to men to meet other female erotic entrepreneurs at the Plastixx dildo factory one evening after the show. This is an annual networking event hosted by Stephanie Doerr, a dildo designer and every year more and more women who make or sell erotic toys, films, magazines, books come to network with other women and exchange ideas. The following night it was a pleasure to meet more like-minded women at the first European Poryes Event where my friends Candida Royalle, Maria Beatty, Annie Sprinkle and Shine Louise Houston as well as me got honoured for our films with a trophy in the shape of a giant sparkling oyster. It is wonderful to see that we all get together to celebrate each other, our work and above all female sexual liberation and pleasures. It was lovely to catch up with Candida and Maria who I had not seen for a while and Candida and I spent the next evening having a girls’ night in with a bottle of bubbly and a wonderful exchange of ideas. I am so happy to be able to count Candida as such a close friend – her support gives me strength and picks me up when I most need it. It is also very exciting that shortly Candida will publish my film “Feeling it!” in America under her Femme Productions label and I thank her for that.

The following week we both went to the pornfilmfest – my fourth and Candida’s first. The opening film “The Band” from Anna Brownfield, a talented Australian filmmaker was a blast – it was a rock and roll comedy with lots of creative explicit sex scenes thrown in (including a cross-dressing male rock star and a woman fucking a guy with a strap-on). I am pleased to say that Anna and me really clicked and I will be showing one of her scenes on my forthcoming release “Her Porn, vol. 2”. It really does happen all around the world right now: women getting behind the camera and showing the world what turns them on! This year 40% of all films at the pornfilmfest were shot by women which is fantastic. Unfortunately I was not able to see as many films, do any workshops or go to all the fab parties as I did last year because I had tons of TV crews in tow that were documenting my work and the preparations to the Petra Joy Awards ect. I know it sounds glamorous but it isn’t – it is hard work to things over and over again for the cameras and always being asked the same questions over and over again (the first one always being “What makes your films different from mainstream porn?”). It does not give me a kick to be on TV. I am a private person and really cherish the time away from the limelight walking on my local beach or pottering in my garden. But I mustn’t grumble – as it is illegal to advertise for porn this kind of publicity is essential to let women know about my films and spread the message that films that show female fantasies do finally exist. But in the next few months I will take a break from all the media attention – I just crave some experiences without the cameras recording and documenting every moment of it. No TV shoots until the new year (I already turned one production company down today).

Petra Joy and the Poryes winners

There were three trends at this year’s pornfilmfest: 1. More and more filmmakers reject the crisp, clear high definition look in favour for grainy and rough around the edges footage shot by a mobile phone or webcam. 2. Music and sound-scapes have become really important. Many films use tailor-made music and complicated sound effects that support the film in an exciting way (we have come a long way from badly dubbed porn and cheesy wallpaper music). There were loads of films featuring bands and rock music – ‘rock porn’ seems to be the latest alternative porn genre. 3. We are seeing more varied depictions of male sexuality in ‘straight’ films – the prostate is not a taboo anymore and strap-on action or cross dressing for men are casually thrown into the films as part of a varied sex-scape.

It was also interesting to see how many female filmmakers are now documenting the female porn revolution: Ovidi and Anna Brownfield interviewed me and I interviewed Shine Louise Houston and Anna Brownfield. Everyone is working on their own documentary about porn for women making the topic accessible to more and more people.

The pornfilmfest was a huge success the cinemas were generally sold out and there was such a buzz in the air and it was fantastic to meet some of the 140 filmmaker that were present. We have become an international porn family – inspiring and supporting each other. I cannot wait to return to Berlin next year hopefully not just for the pornfilmfest but also to shoot a new film – if I can raise the money….

A big part of the pornfilmfest for me this year was the award I was giving to the winners of my erotic amateur film competition for women. But as it was so huge and so many exciting things happened, I will write a separate blog just about the Petra Joy Award 2009 – so read on…

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The awards are approaching…

Petra Joy

I am happy that more and more amazing films are arriving that show fresh new insights as to what women find erotic . I am glad that I am able to inspire women to express themselves. It is a huge step for women not just to say: “Yes, I am watching porn!” but to go one step further and to actually make their own film, share it with the public and talk about it.

But it has not all been sweet scented roses – my short film competition seems to have stepped on some sensitive toes. One company threatened to sue me for the use of the name “Joy Awards” and as I do not have the financial means to battle this out in court, I had to rename the “Joy Award” to the “Petra Joy Award”. I am not too happy about this as I do not want this to be all about me, Petra Joy but about the JOY of female self expression. But after the initial bill of my solicitor cost me a small fortune, I had to count my losses and move on – even though my solicitor assured me that I could win this case if I was prepared to invest considerably more money and time. One month from the event I was not prepared to do anything that could endanger the event. So the “Petra Joy Award” it is.

More problems came from an unexpected quarter:

I was criticised by some women who are actually fighting for the same causes as I do for timing my event badly and stealing the publicity from their event. I was shocked by that accusation especially as I had suggested to the very same women to join forces and create a shared event. My offer was rejected. I think, the more the merrier: The more of us say and do things, the more likely it is that we will be heard and seen. The more likely it is that people understand we are not a one-off phenomenon but we are here to stay. Women want porn from a female perspective and this desire is here to stay.

Sometimes it can be frustrating when I feel attacked from various sides and I wonder why I do what I do – a non profit making event to mentor new female filmmakers. But then I get an email like this and it makes it all worthwhile. Sarah who just finished a film (her first ever) for the competition wrote to me:

“Whatever the outcome of this effort I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed it!  Having only been filmed for the first time in June of this year it was all a little daunting but I do like a challenge!  We have over an hour of out-takes and had to do it all over two sessions.  I had no idea of the work that goes into these things and also exactly how un-glamorous it can be…and we are just amateurs! Should the opportunity ever arise, I would love to come and see how a professional production is created!”

I cannot wait to view all the films and award the winners with their trophies and of course the cash prizes sponsored by pjur. The best film will also be seen on “Her Porn, volume two” and short clips will be available on the website: www.joyawards.com

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The joy of vintage porn

Mondo Topless

Because I have been down and out for most of last week with a nasty flu (thank goddess it’s not swine flu), I was not able to work much on completing my documentary but was tucked up in bed watching – vintage porn. A couple of weekends ago I found some real gems on a local market where someone was selling clearance DVDs for 2 quid a pop. There were no R18 hard-core films but they usually bore me anyway. I picked up a couple of films by Jess Franco and a Russ Meyer movie…

And to my big surprise I really loved them. Jess Franco’s films were shot excitedly and the scenarios were really sexy which I find more inspirational than a dull story with lots of gynaecological hard-core shots.

It was refreshing to see a great variety of female bodies – all real breasts in different sizes and some pubic hair at last. Franco really celebrated the unveiling of bodies by celebrating the undressing rather than skipping it like most porn does these days. There is a fantastic scene in “The Inconfessable Orgies of Emanuelle” (which has nothing to do with the original French Emanuelle films) where a woman in a club really slowly undresses herself on stage. No choreographed stripping routine, no pole dancing. Just this cool woman and her unwavering confidence. She could not care less what anyone thinks of her and holds the gaze of the shocked audience. And when she invites someone to come up and play with her, only another woman has the guts to come up and deliver the goods. And what was a performance turns into an intimate two-woman orgy.

In a later scene two couples have sex in the same room and all that we see is the two women being licked by their guys. The parallel montage between the two women who are getting increasingly turned on is really hot. Granted there were not enough male face and bum shot in the films to turn me on but I still found them a lot more exciting than modern mainstream porn. The eighties clothes and sometimes wooden acting are a laugh but they both don’t matter if the sex scenes do actually sizzle with genuine chemistry.

There is a lot to be said for Spanish directors and I am a big fan of Spanish-made porn. I really like the innovative style of Giancarlo Candiano and also Roberto Valtuena. They are talented filmmakers, directing porn with high production values and from lots of creative angles. As they are blokes I can live with the fact that the sex is shown from a male rather than a female perspective.

I also really enjoyed “Mondo Topless” by Russ Meyer. I like his strong women who are powerful vixens rather than helpless victims. He just shot four different women dancing topless in the American desert and dubbed them with funky tunes and their interviews with the dancers. They all got across as really strong, eloquent and liberated women and that is a joy to watch, even if it does not turn me on. Again – I am not a boob person but if his film was showing male muscle instead of boobs they would do it for me. His wacky angles and parallel montages and sense of humour really work for me. Maybe I will finally shoot my “guy candy” movie one day. Hot male bodies in motion and nothing else. Sit back, relax and enjoy, sister!

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The battle for distribution

Petra Joy

I am delighted to say that my latest film “Her Porn” – a compilation of some of the best porn by and for women – is almost finished. This is a bitter-sweet time. It is both a climax and an anticlimax to finish a project I have been working for almost a year now. It is exciting to finally hold a great film in my hands, backed up by the second disc featuring interviews with all the filmmakers that I shot last year all over Europe. So much travel and viewing time went into this release that I can’t wait to share it with the world and give the diamonds of films I ‘discovered’ the exposure they deserve.

It is also a sad time, as now the creative work that I enjoy is over and the battle for distribution begins. Now it is all about being a business woman and talk figures with the the buyers who do have no interest in the content at all.

Believe it or not, but 90% of the buyers for the adult industry do not view a new DVD or even bother to read the press release. They buy a new film simply based on the cover and on the profit they hope to make with this product. Me being me (a slightly obsessed perfectionist) I created a feature that is 110 minutes long (rather than splitting it into two parts), made a special feature disc with 90 more minutes of content and had a 4-page booklet designed to provide further info on the filmmakers. It is a luxury double disc edition that I am proud of.

But this does not interest or convince the buyers. They offer the same wholesale price for this double DVD that they would pay for a cheaply produced gonzo film on a single disc. And they make me pick up the difference. It does not help that DVD duplication costs have jumped up by almost 30% whilst at the same time whole-sellers offer the lowest price and make the smallest orders since I have been in this business. These are tough times and so the sleepless nights begin – tossing and turning, wondering if I will be able to make the huge amount of money back that I invested into this release and, just as importantly, be able to make a profit so that all the participating filmmakers get some healthy royalties?

It is not surprising that there are so few quality products being produced at the moment when no one believes in a high end product but wants to buy cheap tack in order to sell lots and lots of it quickly at bottom prices but with a hefty profit. The (female) viewers might crave and appreciate quality and content but if the movers and shakers of the industry are not willing to pay the price for these kind of films, then producers like myself might simply not be able to produce this quality any longer.

I have been asking myself why I had to do such a long feature and shoot all the interviews and create the booklet when it would have been so much cheaper and easier to produce just one short film on one disc. I did it because I believe that this is what the filmmakers deserve and the (female) viewers want and enjoy. Women identify with the female filmmakers and want to find out what their vision is and because this information is not available on any DVD so far, I thought it was important to do it. I did it because I enjoyed doing it. I loved working on the intro animation and the moving menu and to review every single short film myself.

I am a sucker for frills. ‘No frills’ bores me. It is the little bit extra, the icing on the cake that I am good at. I cannot imagine to ever just publish a product with the eye on profit margin and profit margin alone. That would be the end of doing what I believe in. That would be the end of joy. I might as well be selling cars. And that is not going to happen.


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Beware of cheap imitations

Petra Joy

Reading the current issue of an adult trade magazine made me look at a new release catalogue from a German distribution company. I could not believe my eyes when I saw that the company “12 Sextuary” was bringing out a film called –“Female Fantasies” – exactly the same title as my award-winning film that I published in 2007. You would have thought that when publishing a film the first thing one does as a producer is a Google search to see if this title already exists. I had originally wanted to call my third film “Art-core” – a term I helped to coin but found out that a series of porn films with the same title already existed in the States, so I came up with a new title – “Feeling It”" – just to avoid confusion for the buyers. One of the titles I thought of for my upcoming compilation “Her Porn” was “Clitflixx” until I found out that there was already a Lesbian Film label in Germany called “Clitclips”. I contacted them and they were not happy with me using the similar “Clitflixx” – needless to say I of course respected their wishes. It is not easy or cheap to protect and patent a title but I am beginning to think it is a wise decision – especially when somebody uses my titles for completely different purposes than intended by me.

I could of course live with a book on “Female Fantasies” based on genuine female fantasies or a documentary with the title but a male-made mainstream hard –core film featuring male fantasies and calling it “Female Fantasies” is a farce.

I am of course concerned that many sex shops might not sell the original “Female Fantasies” but the mainstream version featuring “sluts who …” (their advertising text). As my “Female Fantasies” has had so much press exposure and the title has become well known, I am concerned that people will go to a sex shop and buy the male version of “Female Fantasies” assuming it is my film – just to be bitterly disappointed with an endless parade of genitals in close-up and cum shots assuming this is what I sell as “Female Fantasies”.

I am very well known in the (German) adult industry so have my suspicions that this title was chosen on purpose to jump on the bandwagon of the positive publicity I and this film has had.

I am angry and disappointed and feel helpless as I don’t think I am in a strong enough position legally to make them change their title before this DVD hits the shops. Now I am worried; What’s next? A Petra Joy website with an obscure extension that I did not think of registering which features the most extreme gonzo porn?! Then again some people say that to be copied is a form of flattery…

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Ready for picking

Petra Joy

I can’t believe its December already. This year just flew by and I feel that my feet have barely touched the ground. It was a flurry of flights, festivals, trade shows, workshops, meetings and TV interviews.

I have enjoyed reaching out and connecting with other female erotic filmmakers. Some of them have become good friends and we inspire and support each other in many ways.

I am very much looking forward to make these filmmakers and their unique films heard and seen all over Europe with my upcoming DVD compilation: “Porn for women”. I would like to show the great diversity in female directed porn – each of us has focuses on different female fantasies and creates films with a very unique creative hand-writing. It feels great to be connected to such a strong network of powerful women who all are helping to transform the adult industry and empower and liberate women. Together we are not just strong but unstoppable. It is an honour to be the curator of this exquisite compilation that will enable many viewers to discover more great films from a female perspective.

I am also pleased to represent the fabulous Marianna Beck in Europe and help her to get distribution in the UK and Germany. Her films are artistic, creative and sensual and deserve to be seen in Europe. I feel like an archaeologist discovering and unearthing buried treasures. In the eighties I watched a lot of porn and found no films that I liked. Twenty years on I have the pleasure of viewing more and more films that I enjoy and would like to share with other women. For five years now I have been doing my own distribution and PR and I am so pleased that the time has finally come to share the contacts and skills I have with other female directors that are coming in from the cold.

I feel that my work as a curator is a natural progression of my work as a director and teacher. The time has come to take a deep breath and harness all my powers in order to put porn for women on the world-wide adult map.

2008 might not have been a rewarding year financially but I have gained things money cannot buy: friendships and awards that feel that my vision and mission is being seen and heard and understood. In times of this economic crisis, it is more important than ever to count our blessings. And I count them every single day.

I am happy that the seeds I have sown for many years have flowered and are now bearing fruits.

And in the New Year they are ripe and ready for picking. I hope you will share them with me. I wish you all a peaceful Christmas and a creative, prosperous and exciting 2009!

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Black Day

Credit Crunch? Recession!

For a long time I was optimistic. The talk of the “credit crunch” is everywhere and I thought as I have no property to sell it won’t really affect me. I will be OK, slowly making my way out of red and into black figures. Things were looking up: A few weeks back I was delighted to sign a distribution deal with a big record company and film distributor for my soft films. My friend Ian, a gay erotic film producer, hooked me up with them and I was so happy to finally have found a company that would get my films into high street shops such as HMV and Virgin. The soft cuts were made, a new BBFC license was paid, new covers were designed and a print run was done. All of this is not cheap and comes in at around two thousand pounds per film. But I was optimistic that I would not only make my money back but eventually make a small profit too and that without me having to pack boxes and write invoices.

On Tuesday Ian and I went to meet the sales team of the company to firm up the “Feeling it!” soft-cut release. Everyone was in high spirits for the year that lay ahead and the team was very appreciative of our chocolates and bucks fizz. Smiley faces all around. We chatted briefly about the fall of Woolworth and an attached multimedia company but when it came to discussing a contract renewal for next year, we were assured that all would be well. The happiness did not last. Not even 24 hours.

The next morning, when I opened my mail box I found a mail from the distributors stating that the company had gone into administration and will not be able to pay me or Ian for any of our sales. They will also withhold our remaining stock and if we get it back at all after two months we will have to pay a fee for the packing, handling and delivery.

My whole world came crashing down. It’s not just about the stock and the price for the print run as such. It is also about the huge investment I made to do the soft cuts and get the BBFC licence in the first place. I would not have done that if I had not been sure to finally have found an efficient company that could represent me and generate some serious sales.

Now I don’t even think that I will ever do a print run of “Feeling it” in the soft 18 rated version, so the re-edit, BBFC license and cover re-design were all for nothing.

I have tears of anger and frustration in my eyes. This is the second time that a company that owed me a lot of money had gone bust. A few years back I was owed a large amount by a publishing company for articles I had written and lots of photos I had taken. I always delivered way before my deadline, worked my ass off typing and photoshopping until the small hours and then I did not get a penny. What an easy way out for them – they just don’t pay their debts, shed them like an old skin and then start afresh without being weighed down by the red numbers. Very convenient for them but terrible for all the little sole traders and companies that are left to pick up the pieces and pay the price. Because there is no easy way out – we still have to pay our bills that allowed us to create a product for them to sell. It really sucks and it is not what I needed a few weeks before Christmas.

I tried to contact everyone of eight the sales team members that we met on Tuesday but they have except one all been let go – just like that, without any notice. I am deeply shocked and sorry for them. And it leaves Ian and I in limbo because we have no one to communicate with.

I can’t believe that this is happening. It just seems so unfair. And the collapse will continue; without stock we cannot trade and supply stores with our goods and the customers will not be able to buy any of our products, even if they wanted to. It’s a lose-lose situation.

They call it the “credit crunch”. But it’s no joke. This is not a “credit crunch” but a full-on recession that has hit the UK and me.

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We are the future!

Petra Joy and crew

I just got back from Erotica in London – the UK’s busiest and biggest adult life style show. It has been an amazing experience and I am so glad that I was invited to take part giving my seminars “How to shoot your lover! Erotic film making for couples”.

From the opening on Friday at noon until closing time Sunday at 8 pm the show was buzzing with people and a really happy, playful, sensual vibe. An unbelievable 100,000 people came through the doors of Olympia in three days. There were at least as many women as men visiting the show and loads of couples browsing. Somehow our tiny velvet clad booth became a magnet attracting literally thousands of people to stop by and chat about my concept of art-core porn.

It was such a pleasure and buzz to meet so many women and men who are hungry for erotic delicatessen such as my first film “Sexual Sushi”. Most of the people who came to chat with us never liked or had enough of mainstream porn and were looking for something more creative, arty and sensual. Having only dealt with wholesale buyers in the past I am used to be told that my films are only for a insignificant niche market, difficult to promote and hard to sell. Erotica told a different story: the buyers wanted the films and they were chuffed to meet me and two of my most amazing performers who have worked with me from the start: Emilia Ren and Violetta Storm. I have never done so many signatures in my life like in the past three days: Emilia, Violetta and me seemed to constantly sign one of our DVD’s and it was an honour to do this for so many nice people.

Erotica

I have said for quiet some time now that the future of the adult industry will be to celebrate a return to sensuality, rather than just promoting hard and fast sex; to create erotic films that are upmarket artistic and creative rather than just showing assembly line fucking. The future buyers for adult products are liberated women and couples who had not enough choices of sensual toys and films in the past.

The women and couples who are ready to enjoy a new kind of porn are not a niche market – they are a force to be reckoned with and tired of being patronised by an male dominated industry that refuses to change and grow.

One afternoon we had an interesting visitor at our booth. A large lady wearing a bight pink T-shirt with the slogan “Jesus loves porn stars” – Violetta though it was a joke, but it wasn’t. They were there to save the fallen girls who got into the porn industry and to rescue victims of porn addiction. The Jesus lady left soon enough when she realised her stereotypes of women being victims in the adult industry and all porn producers exploiting human beings did not fit our mission: we empower women who choose to be and see our films, have not made a profit with our films and generally encourage people not to just copy what they see in porn but to make their own and have sex in their unique individual ways. But she would not leave without firmly pressing a bible into Violetta’s hand. She could not believe her eyes and nor could I when I went onto the company’s website where they sell “online recovery courses” for porn victims at $180 a go.

Erotica

Violetta decided (no surprises here) not to spend her hard earned cash on the recovery course but on three brand new pairs of high heeled shoes. She loved them so much that she broke them in at night when we were lying on our hotel beds trying to relax after 12 buzzing hours on the show. I invested into three new masks for my dressing up box and treated myself to an amazing black corset that is encrusted with crystals, created by the designer who did create the outfits for Moulin Rouge.

I am very happy right now. It has been a great few days that were worth all the time and energy we whole heartedly put into it.

After a long year of hard work with no (financial) profit so far, this was just what I needed – the feedback of the people who want sensual porn that they can enjoy together without being alienated by fakeness and extreme sexual stunts. The future of porn is in sensuality, art and creativeness. We are the future ! I would like this opportunity to thank everyone who came to my workshops and the booth to encourage me to keep up what I am doing ! Thank you for chatting to us, sharing your erotic ideas, come to be cast for a shoot and supporting us buy buying our films. Thank you o the Erotica organisers to put on such an amazing events with many new attractions such as the sumptuous VIP lounge, sexy men in hot tubs and a huge variety of seminars that enable people to explore their sexuality even further.

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