Pornography (aka: I know it when I see it)

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In this episode, Ams and Kat explore Pornography, focusing on ethical porn and feminist porn.  

Pornography is sexual content designed to arouse, and let’s face it, pornography is everywhere.  If you’ve written off pornography as not your thing, check out this episode for a fresh, feminist take on porn. 

But first, if you are looking for a little buzz without the drawbacks of alcohol, why not try this Canna-cocktail, the the Lemon Blackberry Mule. 

Mix one up while listening to this episode’s hot tale: Ams gets the best birthday present from Mr. Ams, a year of monthly MFM threesomes!  Listen in for what happened in February. 

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Next, Ams and Kat explore past experience with pornography: what they have liked and what’s a little bit “ick”. 

To learn more about Pornography, the Wives interview producer and director, Inka Winter, owner of ForPlay Films. 

Finally, the Wives set themselves sexy homework, including exploring new genres of porn and using porn for play dates and foreplay. 


The concept of “ethical pornography” is subjective and can vary depending on individual perspectives and values. Generally, it refers to the production and consumption of adult content that aligns with ethical principles and values, such as consent, fair labor practices, and respect for performers. Ethical pornography may prioritize factors like transparency, communication, and empowerment of the individuals involved in its creation.

Key elements often associated with ethical pornography include:

  1.     Consent: Ensuring that all participants willingly and enthusiastically agree to be part of the production.
  2.     Fair Labor Practices: Treating performers and other personnel involved in the production with respect, fair wages, and safe working conditions.
  3.     Diversity and Inclusivity: Representing a diverse range of body types, genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations to promote inclusivity and avoid reinforcing harmful stereotypes.
  4.     Authenticity: Presenting realistic and consensual scenarios rather than perpetuating harmful or exploitative narratives.
  5.     Transparency: Providing clear information about the production process, including the treatment of performers and the ethical standards followed.

Feminist pornography is a genre of adult content created with the aim of promoting gender equality, empowerment, and consent. It challenges traditional pornography that often objectifies and degrades women by portraying them as passive objects of male desire. Instead, feminist pornography seeks to depict sexuality in a more realistic and respectful manner, often emphasizing communication, mutual pleasure, and diversity.

Key features of feminist pornography may include:

  1. Consent: Scenes depict enthusiastic and explicit consent between all participants, ensuring that no one is coerced or objectified.
  2. Diversity: It embraces diverse body types, sexual orientations, gender identities, and ethnicities, representing a wider range of human experiences and desires.
  3. Authenticity: Scenes may focus on real intimacy and connection rather than exaggerated performances. This can involve more realistic portrayals of pleasure and arousal.
  4. Empowerment: Women are often depicted as active agents in their sexual encounters, exploring their desires and expressing their own pleasure.
  5. Ethical Production: There is a commitment to fair labor practices, including fair wages and safe working conditions for performers, as well as respectful treatment both on and off-camera.

Feminist pornography aims to challenge societal norms and stereotypes surrounding sexuality and promote a more inclusive and respectful approach to adult content. It seeks to provide alternatives for individuals who may find traditional pornography problematic or alienating.

It’s important to note that the definition of ethical and feminist pornography may vary among individuals, and what is considered ethical or feminist by one person may not be the same for another.

If you are interested in supporting ethical or feminist adult content, you may want to research and choose producers or platforms that align with your values and priorities.

about inka winter

Inka Winter is an erotic filmmaker and founder of ForPlay Films, an independent, all-woman porn production company. Spending her formative years living in an alternative artist commune in Austria gave Inka a critical eye for what constitutes sexy, consensual female pleasure and set the foundation for her creative endeavors in erotic filmmaking. Her background in costume design and styling informs her aesthetic and translates to the editorial feel of her films. Her films

titillate the senses through sexual chemistry, consent, autonomy, and the female gaze.

Because Inka believes that education and emotional wellbeing are a central part of a healthy sex life, she started a YouTube channel, Sexucation, which aims to provide adults with factual information, often with the use of comedy, on topics such as birth control, cunnilingus, polyamory, and how to communicate during sex. Inka is also a certified sex educator and counselor and provides desire and arousal coaching.


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