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The Lust Weekly Roundup

Sophia Foster-Domino

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 1 April – Sunday 7 April   

News Roundup:

I think a lot of people need this… The 13 Most common Sex Dreams – and What they REALLY Mean [Allure]

The Fight to Legalise Sex Toys in Thailand: in the sex capital of the world it’s forbidden to sell, promote or own any sex toys, and it’s punishable with up to three years in prison. [Dazed]

Is Squirting Real? New Research Challenges Female Ejaculation, Yet Again [Brides]

Those trying to regulate women’s bodies often lack even a basic understanding of the female body: America’s Leaders Need Sex Ed [The New York Times]

You Can Still Have Incredible Sex Without an Orgasm [GQ]

Sex ed programs need to start changing the conversation around ‘What counts as “sex”?’. It’s time to stop referring to intercourse as sex and move on to a more well-rounded explanation. [Mind Body Green]

This Week’s Lust News:

I gave an interview to the Independent on my experience with Channel 4’s Mums Make Porn and my thoughts on the upcoming UK ‘porn ban’. [The Independent]

New Release: Love in the Digital Age on LustCinema [Erika Lust Films]


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