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Sex Work in Pop Culture TV – Vixen Hour Podcast

On this episode of The Vixen Hour radio, Christian Vega & I discuss the portrayal of sex work in science fiction and fantasy.  The focus on the TV shows Firefly, Deadwood and Game of Thrones.

As a lover of television series and fantasy, enjoying shows which represent sex …

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Australian Medical Guideline acknowledges doctors vagina prejudice leading to plastic surgery

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has introduced world-first guidelines to respond to the increasing number of women visiting GPs to ask about female genital cosmetic surgery. The guidelines are designed to help doctors navigate women’s concerns about their genital appearance and understand the underlying reasons why they may believe they …

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Can porn be feminist if based off male desires?

It’s no secret that I film porn. Nor that I take requests for custom smutty photos and videos. Apparently because of the later fact my pornography isn’t feminist. How could my pornography be feminist, take women into consideration, and be about female pleasure if I’m not actively fulfilling my own personal sexual desires, and instead …

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I need feminism because no matter how many comics, rpgs, Sci-fi shows, fantasy books, or video games I enjoy, I will never be fully accepted into Nerd Culture.

Any complaint I have about female characters and their unfair treatment in these mediums will be disregarded. Any attempt to connect with other fans will be seen as attention seeking and false.

My worth in the fandom will depend on how “hot” I am; the hotter I am the more I’m seen as fake, and the less hot I am the less my presence is tolerated.

I’m be accused of “friendzoning” the boys I don’t date, and be told that I’m only “pretending” to be a nerd to impress the boys I do.

I will always be treated like I’m less of a fan because I’m a girl.

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