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From the Introduction to The Feminist Porn Book edited by Tristan Taormino, Celine Parrenas-Shimizu, Constance Penley, and Mireille Miller-Young “As both an established and emerging genre of pornography, feminist porn uses sexually explicit imagery to contest and complicate dominant representations of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, ability, age, body type, and other identity markers.

It explores concepts of desire, agency, power, beauty, and pleasure at their most confounding and difficult, including pleasure within and across inequality, in the face of injustice, and against the limits of gender hierarchy and both heteronormativity and homo-normativity.

In 1981, she produced and starred in the film which is described on her website as “innovative for its time, as it showed the women as sexual aggressors, focused on the female orgasm, and Annie spoke directly into the camera to the viewers from the heart.” She also starred in and directed two experimental, explicit, “docudramas” in 1992: , which are considered cult classics and feminist porn prototypes.[1] Annie was part of Club 90, a group formed in 1983 of female porn stars that originally included Veronica Vera, Candida Royalle, Gloria Leonard, Veronica Hart, Sharon Mitchell, Sue Nero and Kelly Nichols (Sharon, Sue, and Kelly left shortly after the group’s formation).

It’s considered the first place where feminist-identified female performers talked about working in the industry.

It evolved out of and incorporates elements from the genres of “porn for women,” “couples porn,” and lesbian porn as well as feminist photography, performance art, and experimental filmmaking.

It does not assume a singular female viewer, but acknowledges multiple female (and other) viewers with many different preferences.

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While there is no one production considered the first example of feminist porn (and, in fact, there must be images and films created even before the term ‘feminist’ was first used), feminist porn has its roots in the 1980s.I know others differ, but I think the need of the world to see that justice was done overrides MIT’s internal administrative needs, and even Prof.Lewin’s privacy (the names of any victims could, of course, be kept secret).In 1984, the feminist arts collective Carnival Knowledge asked Club 90 to participate in a festival called ; according to Sprinkle, Carnival Knowledge specifically asked the group “to explore the question, ‘Is there a feminist pornography?’”[2] The five members did a performance piece at Franklin Furnace in New York City called “Deep Inside Porn Stars” which was based on their group meetings.

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