2014 Feminist Porn Award Winners: Come Polish Your Trophies

Apr 9, 2014
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Courtney Trouble, Tristan Taormino, Madison Young, Kitty Stryker, and other Fleshbot crushes/skinful sin-spirations assembled from points far and wide (and hard and deep) this past weekend at Toronto’s Castefield Event Theatre to celebrate the 2014 Good for Her Feminist Porn Awards.

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from left: Kitty Stryker, Courtney Trouble, Wolf Hudson, Drew DeVeaux)

Carlyle Jansen, founder of Good for Her and producer of the Feminist Porn Awards, told the press: “Good For Her began organizing the Feminist Porn Awards in 1996 to celebrate the growing diversity of porn where everyone can see their bodies and desires reflected. Feminist Porn is rapidly eclipsing mainstream options for its fair trade labor practices and inclusivity for everyday people. The festival showcases an increased level of sophistication and cinematography that appeals to both the mainstream porn audience as well as to those who feel left out of porn’s traditional style of eroticism.”

Beyond just the awards show, the entire weekend was a simultaneously warm and wet occasion bursting with screenings, panels, conferences, and who-knows-what up in everyone’s hotel rooms (somebody dish us the dirt—please!).

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Deep Throat
Deep Throat
6 years ago

What a load of bullshit. Paying performers $200 for a scene because they’re fighting “Patriarchy” (while the producers sell it for market prices) is not a “fair labor practice”.

I’ve had run-ins with Stryker and Trouble, pictured above, and they’re both detestable people. The whole group is so pretentious and condescending it’s ridiculous.

Eithical adult production is a wonderful idea. So-called inclusivity has little or nothing to do with this, and feminism even less.

Ernest Greene
Ernest Greene
6 years ago

Some of them used to like me but they don’t anymore, despite the fact that I opened a door or two for a couple of them along the way. Personally, I don’t care what kind of picture anyone else makes. I just play my own game and let them play theirs. But that’s the annoying difference. Not all of them have that same live-and-let-live attitude. They mean their work and their comments to be a critique of how everyone else does porn and does it wrong. That’s an odd perspective for people who make a big deal out of being… Read more »

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