Tag Archives: Pornography

Kink Kill Crane

This June 29 we will mark 40 years since the murder of Hogan’s Heroes television star, Bob Crane. Crane was a successful leading man on the small screen, and the conservative head of his small town, American family. The only thing that seemed odd about the Crane clan was that dad was famous for making [...]

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Art, Nudity, the F.B.I. and You

Jounalist William T. Vollmann has a reputation for edgy writing: He’s smoked crack with hookers in San Francisco, marched with the mujahideen in Afghanistan during their war with Russia in the ’80′s and covered the Bosnian War in the ’90′s. Vollmann is no shrinking violet, but is he a domestic terrorist? In a recent NPR [...]

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Early Erotic Cinema

“As soon as moving cameras were invented people began using them to make pornographic films…” So starts Taboo: The Beginning of Erotic Cinema – a one hour documentary that examines the earliest days of the dirty movie biz, tracing the industry up to the age of the VHS tape. As the quote suggests, Taboo argues [...]

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