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When 15-year-old Shiao-Shiao accepts the offer to join the harem of a mysterious and wealthy American, she dreams of a life of wealth and luxury. She soon discovers that wealth and luxury come at a price.
Directed by Stanton Audemars & Max Harper
In this dreamlike recreation of the unsettling erotic literature of novelist Kota Ozembwe, Stanton Audemars and Max Harper defy artistic and erotic boundaries to bring the genre of the erotic film into unexplored territory. A hypnotic, pioneering film that joins the traditions of magical realism, psychological thriller, and pure erotica, The Shattered stands as an unparalleled achievement of independent erotic film.
Pornographic Dreams and Polygamist Awakenings: The Love Poems of an Underground Pornographer
by Stanton Audemars
In this vile, misogynistic collection of crude limericks, disgusting poetry, and soulless sentiments, Stanton Audemars shows the world exactly why pornographers should stay away from poetry. A great read for sexist sociopaths, but everyone else should stay away.
She Stole My Voice: A Documentary about Lesbian Rape
Directed by Justine Chang & Armand Kaye
The controversial documentary that challenges what we think we know about rape, She Stole My Voice has been praised as daring and honest by some and derided as crude and pornographic by others.
Note: This film contains highly explicit depictions of lesbian rape based on actual lesbian rapes. These depictions are highly explicit and graphic and should not be viewed by persons under the age of 18.
A vocal minority of women, and even a few men, really like that situation. They are pretty averse to anything that challenges that view. Thus, through various means, including blocking library access to Stockholm: An Exploration of True Love, they are seeking to maintain that power structure.
It’s time to put the current, officially accepted version of romantic love on trial. Let’s see if it can stand up to the same rigorous analysis, the same comparison to opposing ideas, that every other idea receives in a university setting. It’s time to start a dialogue that fundamentally challenges that skewed version of love.
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