It features an interview with New Sensations' writer, director and publicist Jacky St. James and she has a lot of worthwhile things to say.
I find it odd that you interpret Jacky St. James'
perspective on this problem as somehow different from your own.
admission that the Romance Series is targeting men is not some sort of slip-up that you "caught.
Her work for New Sensations has been characterized by CNBC as "porn for women"; she's clarified the narrow group of men and women those films are truly targeting.
also made other films more in keeping with her
own interests as a consumer.
doesn't describe any of it as "porn for women," but that doesn't mean that it devalues the female perspective.
You're right Amanda, I'm happy to admit that I am jealous about the coverage given to Jacky St. James
rejects the term because she
sees it as being content-prescriptive and makes assumptions.
That's fine because I understand the reasons for that rejection and have discussed them on this blog many times in the past.
As I said in the post, I thought what Jacky had to say was interesting and I think it's good that New Sensations
is at least attempting to cater to women.
The main point of this blog post is the issue I have with "couples porn", namely that it still gives priority to the male audience.
rejects the term "porn for women" then goes on to say that the company is still mainly interested in selling porn to men.
Sure. I quote Jacky
in this piece, too, where I expand on the idea of "porn for couples" being coded as "porn for women" in the mainstream porn industry.