well I am not a feminist at all, and I think some of the points are sound. So maybe your 'manifesto' is not entirely or exclusively feminist? A few things I disagree with e.g.: 'Relatedly, content which might cause distress to survivors of abuse is clearly labelled as such before sale.' - I think this is pointless myself. If you label porn as what it is - e.g. kink, spanking, 'rape fantasy', kidnap etc, people can make up their minds whether or not to watch it. I think it is patronising to put 'trigger warnings' on, and, feminists in particular tend to focus on things they think will trigger women 'survivors' and often women survivors of 'male violence'. There is often a political agenda behind the warnings. Well you have admitted there is - a feminist one! I watch mainly M/M porn and don't really care if the studios who make it only make M/M porn or not. But, as I am not a feminist this is not an issue!