they are always on.
still collections featuring collibrina and other performers who have appeared in our films:
i don’t know if “explaining” experimental films is a good idea, but as we raise money to make more involved films, maybe i ought to at least mention the ideas in mind when producing them.
pornography floods the universe. everything you could possibly think of exists on a server for you to watch for free. most of it seems to be about humiliating women. shove a cock in their mouth to make them choke, cry, even vomit. i interviewed a “sex worker” (their term not mine) and she in fact shared a story of a friend who was in a massive legal jam and needed to pay for an attorney. she signed up for a porn film where she had to vomit on the cock AND then link it clean or she would not be paid.
i knew i needed to know more about why this sort of video would even be a thing that was so popular it made money and they keep making these sorts of videos to make more money and on it goes. to where?
i am reading “Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions” by Gloria Steinem as a starting point to try to understand where women are today and hopefully why women are treated poorly, fiscally and socially. i am not going to make any speeches. who am i? a man. still part of the problem unless i learn more and try to instigate change of thought in men who masturbate to vomit videos and yeah, when you start there…there is a lot to learn.
sex is great. the body is beautiful, but organized religion and other elements of society have made most of us feel shame and guilt when we experience sexual pleasure. that should stop. also, we should work together, regardless of gender identity, to treat each other better, to listen to each other and start to enjoy each other with respect.