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Erika Lust

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Erika Lust (Stockholm, Sweden, 1977) is a filmmaker, journalist, and founder of Lust Films of Barcelona. She is the director of award-winning adult films. Five Hot Stories for Her (2007) won Best Movie of the Year at the Feminist Porn Awards in Toronto and Barcelona Sex Project (2008), an experimental independent documentary, won Best Erotic Documentary at the E-Line Awards in Berlin.

Her last film is called Life Love Lust (2010). She is also the author of Good Porn – A Woman’s Guide, The Erotic Bible To Europe and Love Me Like You Hate Me. Erika Lust lives in Barcelona.



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Last week the New York Times magazine published an article called "Teaching Good Sex", about a coprehensive sex-ed class at a Quaker school in the United States that premises itself on an open discourse about sex and an embrace of sexuality. Al Vernacchio, Laurie Abraham writes, thinks that "if kids are starting to use their bodies sexually, they should know about their potential...

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Good Porn: A Woman's Guide

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La canción de Nora

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Let's Make a Porno

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“Y añade: 'Las peliculas X, en general, están producidas y dirigidas por hombres y destinadas a un público masculino, por lo cual se centran en unos códigos muy particulares: cosificación y humillación de las mujeres, centralizando siempre la importancia del placer musculino y no en el placer femenino'.”
Erika Lust, Good Porn: A Woman's Guide

“Linda Williams dice algo muy interesante en su libro Hard Core. Afirma que una de las fantasías más tradicionales de la pornografía masculina es la violación que se convierte en éxtasis, y en que la mujer acaba disfrutando. Los hombres siempre fantasean sobre la débil frontera entre el 'no' y el 'sí' de una mujer. Este es el clásico dilema de la violación en nuestra sociedad sexista: la sospecha de que la víctima quiere ser victimizada. Esta es la razón por la que la violación en los juzgados siempre es un tema difícil, y sigue siendo uno de los crímenes donde más se desconfía de la veracidad de las víctimas.”
Erika Lust, Good Porn: A Woman's Guide

“Todavía siento que en muchos ámbitos de nuestra sociedad, si no eres santa y sumisa, si protestas, reivindicas, si molestas y te revelas, te señalan indicando que eres conflictiva, que eres peligrosa. (...) Ser feminisita me parece tan lógico como ser antiracista o antihomófobo.”
Erika Lust, Good Porn: A Woman's Guide




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