Principles of Lust: A feminist porn perspective on contemporary macho, future of porn and its ever present influence on fashion and style
Erika Lust is a film-maker, writer and blogger based in Barcelona. Born in 1977 in Sweden, she studied political sciences, feminism and sexuality. Tired of chauvinistic and tacky mainstream porn, she burst into the adult film industry in 2004, with the indie short film The Good Girl – a Humorous Statement of Principles. The immediate success of this first attempt encouraged her to pursue a film career. Besides the XConfessions series, Erika has directed four multi-award winning features: Five Hot Stories For Her, Barcelona Sex Project, Life Love Lust and Cabaret Desire. Last year she gave her ‘It’s Time for Porn to Change’ talk at TEDxVienna, which gained her notoriety for her campaign to change porn. She defends the need of having women behind the camera in all key positions. Her female characters are sex-positive, powerful and active, and captured within films that embody sexually intelligent narratives with relatable characters and realistic hot sex.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Virginia Commonwealth University, Qatar
Publication date: 01 October 2016
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