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In the Australia last week, Nikki Gemmell excelled herself in a display of the Sacred Babble. In my mind it is like island hopping. She visits this illogical conclusion here, jumps to that phony correlation there, and then hops over to a false assumption somewhere else. There is no connection between these islands of feminist fantasy, except that they were all visited by Gemmell.

She begins with quoting a Dr. Strasburger who “guarantees” that if a 14-year-old boy has internet access in his bedroom, then he is looking at porn.  And if you find a boy who is not looking at porn? That’s right, it’s a meaningless, empty guarantee of nothing.

This, apparently, led the American Academy of Pediatrics to write a new policy.

My, oh my. Just how high falutin’ and hoity toity is that: a policy, no less.

The main recommendation (hang on! recommendation? I thought it was a policy!) is that children should spend no more than two hours a day online. Now that, of course, will bring porn access to an abrupt halt. Or is two hours the recommended level of daily porn? Or have we moved on to a new logical island?

And, of course, no 14-year-old girl, with internet in her bedroom, would ever look at porn. And also, of course, any 14-year-old boy who sees porn is immediately corrupted beyond repair.

We are then transported to a “post-feminist” world. Does she mean Patriarchy is dead? Do we no longer require quotas for female politicians or CEOs? Have we reached the magical equality in opportunity, entitlement and outcome?

You know we haven’t. And, you also know that Gemmell doesn’t think we have either. Perhaps the word “post-feminist” sounded just that bit more intellectual. But, in this post-feminist world, she knows “enlightened” parents who have taught their boys to be new men: “tender and kind, tolerant of difference…respectful of women, not afraid of them.”

Who, you might ask, taught these enlightened parents?

No time for the answer. These new men (or are we back to boys?) have “been raised with a healthy dose of that all-important buzz phrase, EQ. Emotional intelligence.” Ah, if only my parents had given me a dose of buzz phrases. I could be positively vibrating with verbal diarrhea.

So, how good is this “EQ?” Next to fucking useless, it turns out. Give them an unsupervised screen and these boys’ Emotional Intelligence vaporises as they spiral into the black hole of porn.

Gemmell then takes us on a personal insight into the effects of porn on teenage girls. A man used porn to seduce her. She found it “fascinating at first, then repellent.”

Why did this lead to sex? Well, what else could a fair damsel like Gemmell do? After all, she was seduced. Therefore, Gemmell’s responsibility was removed like a boy’s “EQ.” He was “the man,” so he did “the seducing” while she lay helpless on her fainting couch. Her being repulsed would have only added to her helplessness.

The ploy of the likes of Gemmell is to try to paint those who would disagree with her into a corner. Any criticism is not just, by default, to approve of pornography, but of the worst kinds of pornography. Not only that, but it is to approve of porn being peddled to 14-year-old children. Further, you approve of these young boys being taught to hate and fear women by that pornography, to such an extent that those boys will oppress women when they are older.

Let me take a moment here to make a few comments of my own in regards to teenage sex and pornography.

Most mature adults will look back on their first sexual encounters, whether alone or with others present, as clumsy. This does not make it any of it wrong. Our first attempts at talking, walking, writing and all other forms of communication would fall into the same category. So yes, young men may well watch pornography at that age and come to some pretty clumsy conclusions.

So first of all, lets just take a step back.

In days of yore, it was called “don’t let your kids get with the wrong crowd.” Today, thanks to the internet, the wrong crowd don’t need to use the front door. Pornography is only just one of the many “wrong crowds” that have new avenues to children, thanks to the internet. From online gambling (legitimate pursuits) to radical terrorists (illegal pursuits), there are many aspects of life, well beyond the maturity of children, that are only a few clicks away. But Gemmell elevates the issue of pornography above all others to add to the general moral panic concerning “female oppression.”

But her view of pornography is as clumsy as a child’s.

First of all, pornography covers all aspects of sex. This would include gay sex (male or female), sex with animals, females dominating males physically and emotionally, and other “genres” that fall well outside of Gemmell’s definition: “It’s about men exercising control over women – who are always available.”

But even when considering heterosexual encounters, even fourteen year olds understand the difference between videos and real life. For most young men, their first attempts to get girls their own age to dance with them at the local club will dispel any notions of “always available.”

However, having said all these negative things about pornography, Gemmell is suggesting that “we” should champion feminist porn “where the woman is empowered.”  She calls for “…different pornographic scenarios that embrace tenderness, vulnerability, reality.”

This isn’t just her idea. According to Gemmell, the philosopher Alain de Botton calls for a “new pornography”. She goes on to quote him as saying “Ideally, porn would excite our lust in contexts which also presented other, elevated sides of human nature – in which people were being witty, for instance, or showing kindness, or working hard or being clever.”

I’m reminded of those complaints made of the lack of reality in mainstream movies. For example, when characters drive in a major city to a skyscraper building and they get a park right outside the front door. The criticism is valid, in the sense that in real life, parking is at such a premium in cities that this would almost never happen.

The alternative, though, is for the audience to sit there for half an hour while the character drives around, negotiating one way streets whilst refusing to pay the extortionate prices of inner city carparks, trying to find a parking zone that will allow sufficient time for him to get to the aforementioned skyscraper, do what he has to do, and get back before getting an exorbitant fine. Hopefully, when he gets inside the building something a bit more interesting happens.

So, what would feminist porn look like? For example, perhaps there would be a pool-cleaner who comes to a woman’s house to clean her pool while she is sunbaking. Perhaps he actually cleans the pool (“working hard”) whilst not objectifying her. Perhaps they could even discuss de Botton’s latest book (“being clever”) or engage in some light, politically correct, banter (“being witty”).

Perhaps they might “embrace reality” and accept that most pool-cleaners don’t have sex with their clients. Instead he might hurry up to get the job finished because pool-cleaner pay is shit and the only way to make a living is to clean as many pools in a day as he can.

And the actual sex?

If there is any at all, it will, of course, require continual repetitions of “enthusiastic consent.” This, of course, will be difficult to convey. How does the woman inform the viewer that she is not just under the “control of men” by being in the video? How does she show that she is not merely regurgitating the lines of a script, written by her Patriarchal director or producer?

What would give the viewer the impression that she unreservedly, through her own volition, actually wants to have sex with the male actor that she has only just met with the camera, lighting and sound crew, and of course the viewers, all watching?

Of course, the real concern centres not on feminist porn itself, but the “we” who would champion such a thing. That is, the state. What happens when the government gives us pornography that no one would watch? How long before the likes of Gemmell would be advocating that such porn become mandatory at schools?

How long before someone can “guarantee” that fourteen-year-old boys will be watching feminist porn? How will the likes of Gemmell “guarantee” that the result will be “enlightened” young men with EQ, and not brain fried Stepford boys or worse?

Links

  1. Nikki Gemmell – The Australian – PG: Porn Guaranteed

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  • http://www.deanesmay.com Dean Esmay

    You know what just adds to the stupidity of this? This idea of creating porn that fits what Gemmell says would be good feminist porn already exists. There have been women making porn as writers and directors and producers for decades, porn aimed directly at a female not a male audience, sometimes porn written specifically with a feminist spin on it.

    In other words, she’s angrily demanding that something be brought into existence that already exists. And making a bunch of hateful stupid stereotypes about boys along the way, all couched in a way that you can’t object to it because objecting means you hate women.

    Is there any wonder why people hate feminists like this?

    • Kimski

      “sometimes porn written specifically with a feminist spin on it.”

      What?!

      You’re saying middelaged spinsters, armed with dildos, vibrators, and furry felines, actually masturbate to scenes of male castrations, crucifixions, and men burned by the stake?
      Don’t they just stick to scenes of violence by proxy, male vilification in any form, and involuntary removal of finances from their versions of ‘good men’, while devouring gallons of chocolate chipped icecream, like some biblical plague of locusts?

      I didn’t even know these kinds of grrls even _had_ a sex life….

    • farkennel

      The more the avfm`s speak…the more the feminist hate mongers see an opponent who has evidence to prove them wrong…whats the problem my feminist friends?…is the heat getting too much?…did you expect that ALL men would lay down and say “yes dear”?The tide is turning my hateful over(lordess?)lord…….all these articulate men who are not prepared to accept the”potential rapist” line getting to you?That sweat you are feeling under your collar is the fraud in you coming out.This my feminist hate filled moronic friend is the sound of your walls crumbling.
      love and kisses…farkennel.

    • farkennel

      Dean,feminist run porn will NEVER stop the oppression from the male patriarchy. If feminist run porn doesnt make them happy then Freud is the only place they have to go.Feminism=penis envy…the porn female run industry proves it.

    • farkennel

      The only way “feminist porn” can exist is if there are no men in it.And if there are men,their penises are to be ridiculed or butchered a la lorraina bobbit.

  • Bewildered

    AVFM should have an exclusive section for feminist comedy,this would have been filed in that section.

    These new men (or are we back to boys?) have “been raised with a healthy dose of that all-important buzz phrase, EQ. Emotional intelligence.” Ah, if only my parents had given me a dose of buzz phrases. I could be positively vibrating with verbal diarrhea.

    Wish there were some magic pills to induce verbal constipation {aka making then STFU} but on second thoughts their loony comedy compensates for the dangerously high blood pressures they induce in people by their drivel.

  • donzaloog

    If she thinks women dominated porn doesn’t exist, she must not have spent more than a minute searching for it. Even the most rudimentary Google search will get you some good dominatrix action. There are also many female directors and producers in the porn industry. Women are the stars of porn movies. People don’t pay to see the man, the pay to see the woman.

    There’s porn for everybody out there. Only someone not familiar with pornography can make such stupid statements. Or a gender ideologue. They don’t care to let facts get in the way of an argument that sounds/feels true, even though everyone knows it’s a lie.

    • Duke00x

      You don’t even have to search for it, I get result for it when looking for the evil obsessive porn. the results are about 50/50 maybe even 60/40 leaning to the femdom side.

  • Cylux

    It was recently brought to my attention that the actual MP in the UK who shoved the criminalisation of male homosexuality through parliament, in response to first wave feminists inciting a ‘sodomy panic’ was Henry Labouchere, a radical, feminist-aligned liberal, and that current feminist-inspired opposition to porn always brought up sodomy as one of the reasons to restrict access and attack men for using it. As such I immediately went looking for it in the Australian article, I didn’t have to look for long:

    “And for women, it ain’t pretty. Hardcore porn. Anal sex, group sex, oral sex

    Given the horrors that majority-female pressure groups like the social purity movement got the state to unleash on gay men over the ensuing century because of their first sodomy panic – men being arrested, stalked by the police, chemically experimented on, forced into quack psychiatric treatment, and so on – I shudder to think what they have in store for my straight brothers now they’ve decided to pursue another sodomy panic.

  • comslave

    Has Gemmell never seen a link farm porn site? I mean, pretty much every scenario, no matter how obscure, is available. The real issue is she’s selfish. She want what turns her on to be legal, but what turns everyone else on to be illegal.

    The concern I always have in regard to porn laws is that the more you have, the more watered down your enforcement becomes. For instance, if we make rape porn illegal, that lowers the number of FBI agents who can focus child porn.

    That’s why I say the feminists should never ever talk about porn. Just give up and call that a battle lost. They already lost the “porn causes rape” argument they were pushing in the 1980s because now that we have an endless stream of porn, we also have some of the lowest rape numbers ever.

    Keep porn safe and legal is my word on the subject.

    • Mr. Sungame

      “They already lost the “porn causes rape” argument they were pushing in the 1980s because now that we have an endless stream of porn, we also have some of the lowest rape numbers ever.”

      Even after we changed the definition of rape to be almost anything :P

  • scatmaster

    OT:

    Okay guys. Here you go. Post how you have been a victim of sexism.

    Bet she doesn’t post your “incidents of sexism” because of course sexism does not happen to anyone without a vagina.

    http://www.canada.everydaysexism.com/

    • Kimski

      You win.
      Straight into the waste basket.
      Not particularly surprised, though..

  • Billy

    Great article! I almost was rolling on the ground laughing throughout it. God forbid a 14 year old boy watches porn, we better make it feminist friendly porn so his mind doesn’t get polluted with the wrong stuff lol. Just when I thought some feminists couldn’t get any crazier, this comes out. This is the problem with feminists talking about boys or men as a whole, they think they know what they’re talking about but they don’t. Each man has his own taste on what he likes behind closed doors. Yet some how feminists or women in general like to write articles about men as a whole and no ones says a fricking thing. They keep getting away with and it makes me very frustrated when seeing it.

  • sybil

    Nikki Gemmel is most famous for writing an erotic novel called “The Bride Stripped Bare.” I’ve read it. It’s about a woman who cheats on her husband with another man and then goes on to more extreme sexual experiences, such as a group sex with a gang of petty criminals. I wonder if this is the kind of feminist porn that she had in mind to steer young teenaged boys toward?

    What really makes me angry about her article, and I’ve seen this statement over and over by feminists, is the claim that male-oriented visual pornography is about the abuse of powerless women. Well, sure, you could find porn like that (rule 34). But is it the most common, most popular type of porn? When I first read these claims from Dworkin et al., I’d never seen porn, so I accepted it at face value. Today it’s very simple to debunk a claim like this. You can go to any of the free porn tube sites and see what videos are popular. The popular videos almost always show women engaging in sex enthusiastically and enjoying it. Why? Because that’s what turns most men on.

    On the other hand, porn for women (erotic romance novels) very, very commonly focus on women being dominated by men. When I was a young teenager, romance novels often featured the heroine being raped by the hero in their first encounter. These days, book distributors like Amazon won’t carry books that “glorify” rape. So the erotic novels targeted toward women commonly focus on bondage and domination, explicitly stating that the relationship is consensual.

    Gemmel wrote, “The sex we had afterwards was mechanical, bleak, ugly.” Isn’t that interesting? That’s exactly how I felt when I finished reading her novel, when the heroine successfully hides most of her cheating and ultimately keeps her devoted husband.

    • Fredrik

      For guys with good imaginations, I highly recommend e-book erotica, which is almost entirely written by women, for women — and daaaamn, they have some kinky fantasies. (It’s also fascinating to see what’s popular enough to be a category.) I have a few issues with certain patterns in their word porn, but I can’t really complain if I’m not going to write any myself.

  • patriarchal landmine

    if a woman is in the woods, and she whines loudly about how men and male sexuality are evil, does she make a sound?

    what if she’s lost in the woods and proclaims that she don’t need no man to help her reach safety, does she make a sound then?

  • http://pinterest.com/zetapersei/male-privilege/ Perseus

    These cunts are still bitching about porn. Hath gaia no mercy…

    OT: Looks like the chivalry-come-lately crowd is perceiving a threat to their particular brand of vag power. Vag power on the left, vag power on the right, oh what is a poor boy to do..
    Expect this to intensify as the castle crumbles…
    Christian Women Against FEMEN

  • J Galt

    Methinks the young pole dancer is titillating herself with her own passive dominance narrative.

  • http://www.CanadaCourtWatch.com Attila L. Vinczer

    Feminist porn? Was this meant to be a late night comedy script Nikki? In case it was not, I am going to take a few minutes to shed some light on the nonsensical sexist nonsense you have written.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    PG: porn guaranteed
    NIKKI GEMMELL THE AUSTRALIAN NOVEMBER 23, 2013 12:00AM

    You are quite right Nikki, so long as women continue from time immemorial to provide themselves to the porn industry, or their services to the whore houses that still officiate throghout the world, we can expect, “porn guaranteed.”

    – See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/features/pg-porn-guaranteed/story-e6frg8h6-1226763646018#sthash.7OAUsBhM.dpuf

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “I GUARANTEE you that if you have a 14-year-old boy and he has internet in his bedroom, he is looking at pornography,” declares Dr Victor Strasburger, lead author of a new policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics.”

    That is an interesting quote. To provide some semblance of balance, could the good Dr. Victor Stasburger, also guarantee that if you have a 14 year old daughter and she has internet in her bedroom that she is NOT looking at pornography? I doubt the Dr. could capitulate. As a former parent of a 14 year old step-daughter, I can tell you and provide proof, that she and all her girlfriends were looking at porn in their bedrooms. In fact some of their rhetoric about it was more graphic and even violent than what I have ever seen or heard any male talk about sex. My wife at the time wanted to allow our daughter to have a computer in her bedroom. I argued it would be a huge mistake and I was right and have the proof as she would often be up at 4am surfing the net and chatting on MSN and getting into sexual content on the net.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “Its main recommendation: that children should spend no more than two hours a day online.”

    Agreed, children spend far too much time online. Would you also agree that girls should chat and text a little less than they do? My experience tells me girls do a lot more chatting than boys on the net. (Used to be on the phone.)

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “And what of those teenagers all about us, with their phones and their screens? I don’t have kids of that age yet, but already I’m worried. Because I look at the blooming, beautiful older boys around me, raised by enlightened parents who’ve taught them to be new men of a post-feminist world: tender and kind, tolerant of difference and, most importantly, respectful of women, not afraid of them. Boys who’ve been raised with a healthy dose of that all-important buzz phrase, EQ. Emotional intelligence.”

    If you do not have children of that age yet, perhaps it would be wise for you to refrain from writing about an area you are unfamiliar with. You say you are worried and you should be worried, but not because of the reasons you infer. You allege that the working of feminist driven social reconstruction has made better males, “new men of a post feminist world” Are you out of your mind? How do you expect males to be “tender and kind, tolerant, respectful of women, not afraid of women.” when women abuse males in an unprecedented manner destroying over 50% of families and raising children, including males in an inhospitable environment. Full of hatred towards males by angry radical feminist women. False sexual, rape and domestic violence allegations made by women is putting innocent men in prison, some for as long as 40 years!!! Did this condition, driven by women, fail your evidently feeble thinking and consideration?

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “Then the boys get the phone. Their own screen. They start looking at what all their mates are looking at. And for women, it ain’t pretty. Hardcore porn. Anal sex, group sex, oral sex – women servicing men. And what’s on the screen is almost impossible to police, no matter how “well” those boys have been raised.”

    What bigotted sexist remark about boys you make Nikki Gemmell. Did it not occur to you that girls are doing much the same? Are you this blind to it? And did it not occur to you that it is women who are enabling the production of this porn you describe as “it ain’t pretty?” Did it occur to you, that women are in charge of this industry, enabling it? Moreover, exploiting men, who pay ridiculous money to watch this material you describe! Perhaps, mothers need to raise better women, who are ladies and not tramps. Dressing young girls to look like prostitots! I see young girls walking down our streets dressed like grown women. Dressed in a manner that sends a strong signal to males to look and be attracted to them. Most importantly, dressed to attract males sexually! I can assure you, it is mothers, not fathers who allow this kind of dress for young girls. That is the fathers who remain a part of a daughter’s life. Remember, over 50% of homes are broken and of those broken homes mothers get the majority of custody with dads becoming marginal visitors and full financial contributors to the mother.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “How does this impact on how our boys will relate to women? What lovers they’ll eventually make if this is the instruction they’re getting during that fevered time of raging hormones, curiosity and wonder? It makes Playboy and the sex manuals of old seem positively innocent.”

    Right, blame the pornography that women enable boys to access. Blame the boys, because it is there for them to access. How about women take responsibility for their actions, such as exploiting males by abusing their sexuality and producing this material that instructs them to become a certain type of lovers. Why are you putting the blame on boys, the boys women lure with their sexual prowess, the boys they exploit and manipulate this way? How about you target and blame the slutty women who produce this instructive pornography as you intimate.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “I was seduced in my teens by a man who showed me porn to get me “in the mood”. It was fascinating at first, then repellent. The sex we had afterwards was mechanical, bleak, ugly. There was an utter absence of tenderness or inventiveness. ”

    “What a dumb thing you did, but I am having a hard time believing you assertion. You are only 2 years younger than I. I know for a fact that pornography was not available easily until the advent of the VCR and even then, it was very difficult to find. You obviously made a huge mistake with the choice of your man and you made an even bigger mistake to engage in sex that you were not comfortable with. You could have just walked away, but you did not. You were just as much a part of the seduction as him. At least be honest and stop putting 100% of the blame on this man. We only have one half of the story, in your words, which is nothing more than hearsay.”

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “I remember lovemaking as an exploration of sadness so deep that people must go in pairs,” John Updike wrote, and that’s how I felt after that humiliating little episode. Two desperately lonely people were connecting – but utterly failing to at the same time. The prime object of sex, surely, is union. So why does porn seem such a solitary, sad, lonely pursuit? It strips sex of mystery; of reverence and transcendence. “Pornography is the attempt to insult sex, to do dirt on it,” D.H. Lawrence wrote.”

    It seems you were not taught well by your mother about sex or perhaps you were taught by porn, in what ever form it may have been available to you in the 70’s. Your personal failure in the realm of lovemaking should not exude as a measure of how men and women experience lovemaking. Actually you were not making love, you were having raw sex. You were as complicit and responsible in that lonely act of sex as the man you had intercourse with. The man you appear to be blaming for your now regretful engagement in sex, not lovemaking.

    Perhaps if you first learned to love your man and had sex with him afterwards, your experience may have been a fond memory of lovemaking and not a shallow regret of sexual interaction, to which you have only YOU to blame. The prime object of sex is to procreate, the pleasure in it is a wonderful feeling that keeps us wanting to engage in it repeatedly, thus ensuring the survival of the human specie.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “Pornography is sex with no light in it and the best sex is bursting with light and life. You can’t be intimate without courage, and there’s nothing courageous about porn. It’s about men exercising control over women – who are always available.”

    Who are in these porn? Remove women, and you remove the porn. Perhaps women need to turn the light on upstairs and stop selling themselves to the porn industry. Perhaps women need to teach young women (their daughters) to stop stripping and to stop attributing to this industry that frankly, exploits both men and women. The fundamental mistake you are making in your rhetoric is that it is the WOMEN who have control over men! It is women who provide consent and spread their legs for the cameras. There are laws to protect them, if they chose to simply say no. Perhaps if fathers were in the lives of daughters, they would attribute to raising young ladies and not tramps and prostitutes and women who delve right into the porn industry for the attention and the money and the cumulative greed thereof.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “Life, of course, is far messier than that. Our young men need to know it. We need to be able to have calm, rational conversations about the reality of porn; they need to be told that this is not what naked women usually look like. Not what normal, loving relationships are about. Not what sex is about. It should never be violent or degrading. Women are not just sexual objects. Sex is so much more sloppy and tender and funny and frustrating and, most importantly, transcendent than what you’ll ever see in a porn vid. Ways of telling our young men this need to be devised, because porn isn’t going to go away anytime soon.”

    You are quite right Nikki, life is very messy for males from birth right to old age. We have you, women, to thank for this gem. A gem of social reconstruction, by feminism ideology that one can argue has done just about nothing good for males, females and certainly not any good for families. If you don’t want porn to influence males, stop spreading your legs for the cameras. A simple concept, would you not agree? How the hell do you expect males to understand what normal loving relationships are about when women are destroying and semblance of that realm? You abuse your husbands, your boyfriends and your sons.

    If you do not show your love, care and respect of the father to your children, how do expect the children to learn to love and respect you??? No porn is not going to go away anytime soon, so long as there are women willing to produce it, profit by it and exploit men they seduce and lure to pornography. Men are no less just sexual objects than women, yet women increasingly treat men like sperm donors and bank machines. How about women stop corrupting the minds of males and stop giving them a false idea of what women are? A copious amount of truth by women is welcomed, but I have a feeling it will not come any time soon.

    Nikki Gemmell, writes:
    “Perhaps we also need to think about changing the parameters of the genre – championing feminist porn, for instance, where the woman is empowered. Or creating different pornographic scenarios that embrace tenderness, vulnerability, reality. Philosopher Alain de Botton says the situation’s reached saturation point. He believes the answer is a “new pornography” that doesn’t “ask us to leave behind our ethics, our aesthetic sense and our intelligence … Ideally, porn would excite our lust in contexts which also presented other, elevated sides of human nature – in which people were being witty, for instance, or showing kindness, or working hard or being clever.” Should more women be directing it, perhaps? Now there’s a thought.”

    So it is not that you want to remove porn that negatively influences males, you want to change it to benefit feminist ideology for the benefit of women, not men and women, correct? Here is a suggestion for women. How about you begin acting and behaving like ladies and not tramps? How about you stop false allegations against men? How about you stop breaking up families? How about women take responsibility for their actions? How about you begin respecting males as you expect males to respect females? How about women begin to show some kindness? You may be surprised that it will pay the dividends you are looking for Nikki.

    But Nikki Gemmell, you are guilty of sexual exploitation too. You had no trouble capitalizing on sex within the books you wrote. Just look at the titles; I Take You, With My Body, Some Girls Do, Pleasure, The Bride Stripped Bare etc.

    Then this gem, Pleasure, a follow up to The Bride Stripped Bare
    The Bride Stripped Bare exposed female desire as no other book had: it was raw, intoxicating and breathtakingly libidinous. This non-fiction follow-up has more secret women’s business – dealing with everything from Brazilian waxes to ‘secret’ underwear.

    Nikki Gemmell, you are such a hypocrate. Did nobody ever tell you that you can not suck and blow at the same time? Frankly, you disgust me. All kidding aside.

    nikki.theaustralian@gmail.com

  • http://unknownmisandry.blogspot.com Robert St. Estephe

    Fifty Shades of Nikki Crap. Hey Gemmell: Learn something about what women are spending their money. And develop some new ideas to understand what your old model has failed to predict. What a parasite. Question: Have you ever done an honest day’s work in your life. Do you know how to build the software you use or wire the building you are in or fabricate its walls? Think about finding a way to make yourself useful instead of plying the manipulation of others (who actually do the work) trade.

  • Raven01

    As Dean pointed out porn both for and by women has existed for a long time already.
    My question is, who are they going to pay to watch feminist porn? That is right, pay and, where is the money going to come from.?
    If it were of interest to a group of men or women there would already be feminist porn. Hell, they already have midget porn and geriatric porn and they manage to make a profit on those.
    Yet, mysteriously no feminist porn.

    • Bewildered

      If it were of interest to a group of men or women there would already be feminist porn.

      You have offended sex negative feminists .

  • Phil in Utah

    Feminist porn? I can just imagine what that would look like:

    Two androgynous, formless blobs hesitantly touching each other, constantly asking “Is this okay with you?”

    • Bewildered

      This would make a poor guy with ED permanently IMPOTENT !

  • externalangst

    Australia once had functioning book publishing and movie industries. That was before feminism took it over promoting feminist ideology and male-hating fascism.

    The problem was that while the ideologues loved that their ideologies were promoted, no one wanted to read or watch it. Bizarrely, it turned out that neither did the ideologues. They just wanted it to exist.

    Another Australian femifascist out to destroy what people enjoy. The media elites would bemoan the demise of the Australian book publishing and movie industries.

    In the case of books, the media elites would go so far as to point out that the problem was that the story lines were all the same and would always start with a rape. Also, that the writing was second rate. This was a consequence of having almost all the authors with a feminist ideology, but they would never mention the F word.

    • Bewildered

      …the story lines were all the same and would always start with a rape

      Obsession kills creativity

  • http://feminismisfraud.wordpress.com/ sirias74

    If the feminists think they can just steam roll over the porn industry, they got another thing cumming.

    • Bluephoenix

      Badoom-tish!