This is the weekly Lust news roundup: catch up on the week’s sex-tech, sex-politics, feminism, and industry news here every Sunday.
Monday 25 February – Sunday 3 March
Almost everything we know about women’s history is wrong: Women’s History Myths, Debunked [New York Times]
Take a trip to Vegas and see What It’s Like To Be A Male Porn Star in 2019 [GQ]
Emma Thompson quit the movie Luck this week after the studio hired John Lasseter, the disgraced former chief of Pixar who was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple female employees [Stylist]
A very bizarre story: The Fake Sex Doctor Who Conned the Media Into Publicizing His Bizarre Research on Suicide, Butt-Fisting, and Bestiality [Gizmodo]
Tweet of the Week:
Say it loud and clear – listen to sex workers! ✊
LISTEN TO SEX WORKERS. https://t.co/90rws3XZh7
— Joan Price (@JoanPrice) March 2, 2019
Finally, the UK’s Department for Education has unveiled it’s plans to make sex and relationships education in schools LGBTQ-inclusive 🏳️🌈 [Cosmopolitan]
This Week’s Lust News:
I was included in this line up of 9 People on Masturbation 💦 [Atelier Dore]
New Release: Hunger: Who’s in Charge? by Hunter S. Johnson on XConfessions [Erika Lust Films]
Have a great Sunday!