Youtube Bans My Video For “Misleading Title”

I had a video on Youtube called “Porn Scene Goes Horribly Wrong”. It’s a joke video in which a couple kiss but can’t have sex because “I’m not feeling it because people don’t pay for porn anymore.” It’s an anti piracy statement. Youtube has banned it. Their email said: “Content that contains spam, scams, or other deceptive practices that seek to exploit the community are not allowed on YouTube. This Read More …

XHamster’s “Porn For Women” Competition Is Exploitative

For the last few years the Mindgeek tube / piracy sites have been running what I call a “porn-for-women-washing” campaign. Sites like Pornhub get good mainstream media publicity by releasing visitor statistics highlighting what female visitors are viewing – here’s my 2014 take on what’s wrong with that: “What Women Want” according to a mainstream tube site. Most recently the headlines were how their “porn for women” category was the Read More …

Festivals and Awards

I thought I’d finally get back to posting on my poor, neglected blog by telling you all how fabulous I am. I’ve had my work shown at a bunch of festivals lately and I’ve won two awards in 2018 so far -“Yes Campaign” won “Best Advocacy Short” at Cinekink in New York and “Oral Exam” won “Sexiest International Short” at the Toronto International Porn Festival (formerly the Feminist Porn Awards). Read More …

Australia Said YES

Today at 9am my time, Australia said Yes. This was the result of the $122 million non-binding, non-compulsory postal survey inflicted on the country by a conservative government that refused to do its job in Parliament. In 2004 the then-PM John Howard amended the Marriage Act to specifically say marriage was between a man and a woman. It could have easily been changed back years ago. Besieged by ultra-right-wing religious Read More …