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Loveologist: A Director’s Take on Female Erotica

Loveologist:  A Director’s Take on  Female Erotica

Listen to the director’s side of feminist pornography with Candida Royalle, founder of Femme Productions and pioneer of feminist erotica produced by and for women and couples. In addition to hearing about the best of her 18 films which she wrote, directed and produced, we also talk about her inspiration and experience that was behind her book How to Tell a Naked Man What to Do: Sex Advice From a Woman who Knows. Candida, a former pornography actress has seen this industry from every angle and shares a unique perspective on what erotica can mean for you. Always interesting and provocative, this show will make you rethink your ideas about sexuality and film.

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Wendy Strgar

Wendy Strgar, founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, is a loveologist who writes and lectures on Making Love Sustainable, a green philosophy of relationships which teaches the importance of valuing the renewable resources of love, intimacy and family.  In her new book, Love that Works: A Guide to Enduring Intimacy,  she tackles the challenging issues of sustaining relationships and healthy intimacy with an authentic and disarming style and simple yet innovative adviceIt has been called "the essential guide for relationships."  The book is available on ebook.  Wendy has been married for 27 years to her husband, a psychiatrist, and lives with their four children ages 13- 22 in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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1:30AM PDT on Jun 20, 2013

Thank you :)

1:00AM PST on Nov 27, 2011

Badoque at Simpang Bedok

10:06AM PST on Jan 29, 2011

No opened caption or subtitle. No point for me to listen it eh?

12:01PM PST on Jan 27, 2011

Thanks for the article.

5:13AM PST on Jan 26, 2011

Thanks for the info.

2:53PM PST on Nov 19, 2010

disgusting :-(

1:45PM PDT on Jul 5, 2010

Yeah. Very Very True.

6:01PM PDT on Jun 13, 2010

fact is women of course like to learn and discuss sexuality too

4:49PM PDT on Jun 5, 2010

I just finished viewing Candida Royalle's film "Eyes of Desire", and it was great! Worth every penny! As far as I can remember, this is the first time I've ever watch a "porn" movie from start to finish in one sitting. It has a very interesting and plausible story line, and the acting was much better than in the typical porn flicks I've seen in the past. And, quite frankly, I found it refreshing to see the women treated as more than just sexual props. Kudos, Ms. Royalle! You've found a new loyal customer, if "Eyes of Desire: Part 2" and "Rites of Passion" are anywhere near as good.

4:12PM PDT on Jun 5, 2010

@Sherry H: "Online pornography may create informative advert for some "adults", but they are being widely spread that our children and other uninterested groups may be affected."

Please explain to us how children and other uninterested groups might be affected by online porn. I don't see how anyone could be affected by porn unless they actually are LOOKING at the porn. Certainly, adults can put filters on their PCs at home that will not allow their children to view porn. And uniterested adults can just not look at it. So, how are they "affected"?

"However, what about teenagers and children who out of curiosity look at it and get the wrong sexual education?"

It the parents' responsibility to make sure that their children get the "right" sexual education. Children were getting exposed to the "wrong" sexual education long before the Internet ever existed. It's impossible to shelter your children completely from bad influences (whether sexual or anything else). It's your responsibility to teach them how to recognize those bad influences, and how not to fall prey to them.

"Why would a couple want to publish their love making sessions 'online' to 'spice up their relationship'? Why can't they just record themselves privately?"

Why should they not? Why do some people play tennis, instead of doing something privately for fun and exercise? In either case, what they're doing doesn't hurt anybody else, so it's THEIR choice.

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