The Camp Vamp: Katrina Fox

Commentary on GLBTIQ issues, social justice and some of life's quirks.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Scarlet pleasure

While mainstream society seems to have embraced some elements of porn in the form of raunch culture: girls next door getting their tits out and making out in public and on camera for reality TV shows, a group of self-proclaimed “sex-positive horny feminists” have managed to shock and disgust mainstream pornographers with their new sex site, Erotic Red. “Before we even launched, adult industry types were quick to be repulsed at the entire concept of Erotic Red and referred to the site as ‘very disturbing’, ‘unacceptable’, ‘offensive’, and simply too ‘dangerous’,” says the site’s owner, indie pornographer Furry Girl. Even adult credit card billing companies, after they viewed the site, refused to take it on as a client and process its transactions.

You can’t blame them, really because what Erotic Red is doing is truly shocking and outside any acceptable limits of pornography or pop culture: menstruation porn. Yes, you read it right – women celebrating sex on the rag. Jeez, what’s up with these girls? What’s going on in their heads that they would want to foist such an obscene concept onto any right-thinking individual? Why can’t Furry Girl, and her cohorts like Bloody Trixie (who even has the audacity to run her own solo site featuring pictures of her masturbating in blood-soaked panties and revelling in smearing her body with her red fluids) be satisfied with the standard porn fare available? Don’t they check their spam emails properly? I mean, there’s ‘midget sex’, teenage girls getting spanked, ‘fat mommas raped in every orifice’, and of course an endless supply of silicone-enhanced Barbie dolls fucked in every hole before receiving a face full of cum.

And let’s not forget popular TV shows and films that glorify violence. If Erotic Red likes blood so much, why not stick with nice, safe material that meets with government approval? Like people bleeding to death from a knife or gunshot wound, or stories of serial killers cutting off a prostitute’s tits and mutilating her genitals – you know, all that inoffensive stuff that’s shoved in our faces every day.

But some girls just don’t know where to draw the line. Instead they feel compelled to subvert society’s consideration of women’s sexuality, instilling females with the positive message that their monthly flow isn’t dirty or something to be ashamed of but rather celebrated. It’s a disgrace. They don’t even use ‘proper’ models on the sites. These women in menstruation porn are of all ages, shapes, sizes and looks – some of them even have tattoos, piercings and large arses, for god’s sake. They’re seriously scary chicks. “Even with the knowledge that an obscenity prosecution could be just around the corner, I stand firm in believing that Erotic Red is an important site to open,” an emboldened Furry Girl proclaims. “We’re just happy to be making the radical statement that all women are lovely, powerful, sexual creatures EVERY DAY OF THE MONTH.” Honestly – can you believe her front? What’s she trying to do - start a revolution?
www.eroticred.com

5 Comments:

  • At 3:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    great blog! Have you heard of people bragging about getting 'red wings'? It's when you go down on a woman who has her 'time of the month' and when you come up for air you have two lovley wings on your cheeks!

     
  • At 9:01 PM, Blogger Katrina Fox said…

    Hi Erika
    Thanks for stopping by. Yes, the cult film-maker John Waters makes reference to it in his very funny movie A Dirty Shame (amongst several other sexual activities including teabagging, hee hee!).

     
  • At 4:00 AM, Blogger sparkleMatrix said…

    "They’re seriously scary chicks"

    Heh! all the better to bleed on you dude.

    :-)

     
  • At 10:09 PM, Blogger alyx said…

    "..some of them even have tattoos, piercings and large arses"

    I don't see what's innately subversive about tatts and piercings. I used to. Think alterna porn was different and radical, that is. Now it's just like: Same shit, slightly different packaging. Maybe I'm just becoming more cynical in my young age.

    Plenty of mainstream/bleached blonde/Playboy bunny models have tattoos and nipple rings too, ya know.

    P.S. Good to see another Aussie feminist blogger. I'm in Perth.

     
  • At 3:54 AM, Blogger Laura said…

    Witchy-woo sent me over here and it's fab! Red wings...I'll have to remember that one.

     

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