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The Lust Weekly Roundup

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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 4 March – Sunday 10 March  

News Roundup:

We are still a long way from true equality: Why International Women’s Day Isn’t Going Away [The New York Times]

A second person may be “cured” of HIV – a new study describes the case of the London patient who received a stem cell transplant [Vox]

Groundbreaking Feminist Artist Carolee Schneemann Has Died [Jezebel]

The English Collection of Prostitutes has launched a campaign to to #MakeAllWomenSafe and decriminalise sex work, What Women Who Sell Sex Want YOU To Know About Their Profession [Refinery29]

How Women Are Rebuilding a Man Made Internet [Forbes]

Tweet of the Week: 

Lux Alptraum says it best, “Controversial opinion, but if you’re only interested in defending the rights of a limited range of women I don’t think you’re actually a feminist”

In light of International Women’s Day, this week I’m reading about how to educate your children in feminism and equality: A Feminist’s Guide to Raising Boys [The Guardian]

This Week’s Lust News:

For IWD I celebrated all of the women working with me at Erika Lust Films. You can see them and read their interviews here: We are Lust: a female perspective on working in adult cinema [Erika Lust Films]

New Film Release: Kenneth Play’s Oral on Lust Cinema [Erika Lust Films]

Have a great Sunday! 


← Kenneth Play teaches you everything you need to know about oral sex in this week's LustCinema release! The best is yet to come: Soul Sex with John and Annie explores the joys of sex in later-life →

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