Interesting post, but I don't think that the majority of your guidelines are feminist so much as they are humanist. With the exception of women being involved at all stages of the production, I think that your suggestions reflect porn produced by a caring and non-discriminatory supplier; I hate to say it but feminists are as capable of discriminatory actions as misogynists. I don't think that the areas you cover necessarily reflect feminist thinking exclusively. I'm not a feminist as such; I'm a man, for a start. Yes, I regard women as equal to me, and I entirely accept that it is appropriate for porn to appeal to women as much as men. I have often praised, for example, Northern Spanking and Shanelle's paysite for utilising models with different body types. I cannot see why this should be exclusive to feminist porn. I could make the same comments about several of your other criteria; sadly my sex excludes me from being a feminist, so I cannot offer my own suggestions as to what would make good feminist porn. The main thing, I think, is that women are not portrayed as weaker than men(a thing I blogged about recently), and that their desires are not excluded from consideration when producing porn. I may be wrong (I may not biologically be able to appreciate the differences) but I think a number of sites cover this; I don't think it's an issue, for example, of whether spanking videos are M/F, F/F, F/M or M/M. I think that is more an issue of sexual orientation. Having said that I appear to have lost around 25% of my blog readers after reviewing an F/M website recently, so what do I know? Anyway, thanks for making me think again. Tim

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