I read “Body to Job” over the period of several weeks, and almost every morning, I woke up thinking about [it]…The book crawled under my skin and stayed there. … Continue readingChristopher Zeischegg’s “Body to Job” Fucked. Me. Up.
There is something much deeper happening here, between Mistress and slave. Something that’s difficult to put into words. Something that I encourage you to watch the film to understand. … Continue readingFilm Review: The Training of Poe (Part 1)
Porn parodies aren’t necessarily here to talk policy. They’re here to bring those on high down to the level of us mere citizens by reminding the world that when it comes down to getting down, we’re all pretty ridiculous. And in that way, “The Donald” delivers. … Continue readingThe Trump Reviews: Hustler’s “The Donald”
In the end, this parody isn’t exactly the insightful and hilarious satire that I’d longed for, but it has its high notes and, I hope, would embarrass the everloving crap out of the president, which is why I encourage you to watch it, share it with friends, and petition WoodRocket.com to make lots more like it. … Continue readingThe Trump Reviews: Donald Tramp: The XXX Parody
It’s smart, sensual, and though it’s often hardcore in what it depicts, it is never that way just for the sake of being hardcore. In other words, there is much more going on in these films than the physical act of sex. … Continue readingSite Review: Bright Desire
I can watch a wealth of documentaries, films, and television series that deal blatantly and often unflinchingly with issues of sexuality, sexual identity, gender expression, and even pornography. … Continue readingA Sort-of Review: (Some of the) Sex & Porn on Netflix
It’s a wild ride, but with the honest and skillful Tina Horn as a tour guide, the journey is cast in the same kind of light one expects in a late afternoon, sunlit apartment full of weed smoke: glowing but gritty, tender but real, sweet but dirty. … Continue readingReview: Love Not Given Lightly by Tina Horn