Shopping for Empowering Adult Videos and Women-Friendly Porn
One of the biggest complaints I hear from women regarding pornographic
videos, dvds, and magazines is that these materials are not at all
respectful of women. In fact, many feel that they encourage
men to view women in an unnatural way, creating unrealistic
expectations for sexual relations and setting both men and women up for
disappointment in the bedroom. However, that's not to say all
porn is bad. Adult DVDs, books, and magazines can
be innoffensive, fun, and even empowering for women.
It's simply a matter of finding adult
movies and videos that appeal to you.
|The best place to start
searching for erotic materials that present sex in a positive manner is
videos and books
on improving one's sex life.
While these are not typical porn, they are intended to teach
how to please one another by offering up new positions, techniques, and
suggestions that will enhance the love life you have.
tend to use realistic actors (and sometimes even real couples),
depicting sex between two "regular people," rather than promoting the
image of a porn star with gigantic breasts and a perfectly toned body.
Though they are certainly enticing in nature, instructional
empowering for both men and women who are looking to break out of a
Of course, sometimes a couple would rather look at
porn without feeling compelled to learn something from it, and there's
nothing wrong with wanting to be entertained or titillated.
If you and
your lover would still like to avoid classic adult movies (and the
unrealistic images they portray), searching for amateur
movies made by couples, and feminist porn should give you a better
selection of the media you'd most enjoy. Looking for DVDs and
that are made by women is another good way to find sex-positive and
women-centered porn. Tristan
Taormino and other female pornographers tend to treat their
actresses with more respect and compassion than some male filmmakers.
Finally, if purchasing xxx pornographic movies just aren't your thing -- maybe they
just don't excite you, maybe you find them humorous but not erotic, or
maybe you just aren't a visual person when it comes to sexuality -- erotic
books can be an alternative way to heat things up between
yourself and a parter. Reading erotic stories to one another
with allow you to use your imaginations, share an intimate experience,
and even open up a discussion about what you liked and didn't like
about the story you read. Think of it as a book club for
As a feminist, and someone who is committed to being sex-positive and
open-minded -- I've found that women-centered porn isn't nearly as hard
to find as some people would like us to believe. Give it a
chance: seek, and you might just find what you're looking