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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 week.

Monday 18 March – Sunday 24 March  

News Roundup:

Traditional online payment platforms refuse to process payments for sex work, so Cam Models are Finding Freedom in Cryptocurrency [Rolling Stone]

The Guardian view on regulating porn: wrong step, right direction [The Guardian]

An idea from men’s rights spaces online is creeping into the mainstream – Dogpilling: the online theory that women are rejecting men to have sex with dogs [New Statesman]

The Anonymous Lives of Phone Sex Operators [VICE]

 For a lot of people growing up, sex was exclusively focused on the penis – so, how do you define the “best sex ever”? [Salon]

Did you watch the first episode of Channel 4’s Mums Make Porn? Parents need to educate themselves and speak to their children about porn, before they go online and watch it for themselves. The second episode is on this Wednesday but in the meantime have a read of this, Mums Make Porn is Hard to Watch but You’ll be Surprised by What You Learn [Refinery29 UK]

This Week’s Lust News:

To continue with our focus on senior sex and the release of Soulsex with John & Annie, Joan Price wrote a second guest piece for the blog on Sexually Invisible Seniors [Erika Lust Films]

New Release: XConfessions Volume 7 on Lust Cinema [Erika Lust Films]


← XConfessions Volume 17 is here! XC Release: Coffee with Pleasure →

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