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Share this film. Consider hosting a screening with friends and family and discuss the film afterwards.
Watch SEXY BABY, the first film by directorial team Bauer and Gradus, which addresses the impact of the Internet on female sexuality.
Support the work of Scarleteen – to provide honest, pertinent guidance and offering information on sexuality, sex, sexual health, relationship information, advice, and support for young people.
Find out more about Hardy Girls Healthy Women, a non-profit organization that sets out “to create opportunities, develop programs, and provide services that empower” girls.
Contribute to changing society view of women. Co-producer Rashida Jones works with About Face, an organization equipping women and girls with tools to understanding media messages that affect self-esteem and body image – fin out more about them and take action!
“…Rashida Jones has established a reputation for herself playing major parts in hit comedies (…) Over the past few years, she’s also ventured into writing and producing films, currently tackling projects like writing Toy Story 4. We had a chance to hang out with Rashida and talk about her shift to being behind the camera and the documentary she recently produced on Miami’s amateur porn industry, HOT GIRLS WANTED.”
Watch the interview here.
Watch Cindy Gallop’s 2009 TED Talk introducing her project MakeLoveNotPorn, an attempt to squash the myths of hardcore pornography and to begin a dialog around how real people have sex.
This Huffington Post article looks at the critique aimed at the doc.
Producer Rashida Jones (Parks & Recreation) leads a discussion about the provocative documentary.
Watch it here.
Listen to our playlist with music from the film on Spotify.
“It had been another long day for Eliza, a 41-year-old stay-at-home mother (…) She had taken the boys, 10 and 13 at the time, to school, taken care of the house, and after putting them to bed, planned to relax in front of her computer. At least that’s what she was hoping to do. Eliza opened her computer and started to search for a document, but based on previous searches, the term ‘child porn’ appeared on the screen.”
Continue reading here.
Read the article here.
“What does ‘sex positive’ mean?” Find out at the International Society for Sexual Medicine.
Want to know more about sex positivism, consent, relationships, HBTQ, BDSM and much more? Check out Lacie Green on Youtube.
Want to learn more? Explore the Center for Sex Positive Culture, a nonprofit, membership-based community center.
“Before I begin this article, an important disclosure is in order: This article—as an expose’ of violent content on the Internet—addresses difficult graphic, sexual subject matter. If you have any apprehension about reading this type of content, I strongly advise that you do not continue.”
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