"No-one could steer me right but Mama tried, Mama tried," lilts Merle Haggard’s 1968 refrain. With the flavor of '60s and '70s nudie mags, New Orleans-based magazine Momma Tried offers a outlaw glossy periodical to readers with equally subversive tastes.
Pornography is the largest part of our pop culture that no one wants to talk about. On this show, we bring discussions of porn out into the shining sunlight.
This show features artist Jess Fink on drawing erotic comics, porn producer and performer Jiz Lee on how to talk about porn with your family, journalist Lynsey G on financing feminist porn, and an exploration of online erotic roleplaying with writer and gamer Katherine Cross. For more on feminism and erotica, read Bitch's Love/Lust issue.
Individual segments and more ways to listen are below the cut.
Okay, so we're basically just saying what many have already concluded. 50 Shades of Grey is a boring, badly written book that portrays people into BDSM as sick. Yes, it's popular, but we think erotica fans can do better.
More attractive than tough, the sexually progressive and confident space adventurer, Barbarella was played by Jane Fonda in an eponymous 1968 film. Produced by Dino De Laurentiis and directed by her then-husband, Roger Vadim, the movie was based on the early 1960s erotic comic created by Jean-Claude Forest– who served as a set consultant on the film.