The growth of 'silver porn' featuring actresses such as Yasue Tomita, reflects wider demographic changes and is a booming sector of the Japanese porn industry -- which rakes in billion every year After a decade of peeling off for X-rated movies, a Japanese porn actress famous for being the country's oldest has called it quits -- at the ripe old age of 80.
Maori Tezuka, a former opera singer who made her debut in Japan's flourishing "silver porn" industry at a sprightly 71, blamed her decision partly on a lack of red-blooded Lotharios able to keep up with her."Once the lights go on, you just do your best," she told local media.
She is co-author of Pornography: The Production and Consumption of Inequality (1997) and author of Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality (2010).
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They saw the hiring of two black women to strip as a legitimate form of male entertainment.
They didn't see the commodifying and sexualizing of black women's bodies as problematic in a country that has a long and ugly history of racism." Writer Cathy Young criticised what she saw as Dines' double-standards, stating "the same feminists who rightly tell us that a rape victim should not have to be an angel to deserve support apply such a different standard to men who may be falsely accused of rape." Dines' writing and positions have come under fire from other academics, including Ronald Weitzer of George Washington University, whose essay "Pornography: the need for solid evidence" critiques Dines' writing (specifically Pornland) for being poorly researched and in strong opposition to the existing body of legitimate research on pornography.
Dines later wrote, "A Feminist Response to Weitzer", in the same journal stating that her book had used theories and methods of cultural studies developed by, amongst others, Stuart Hall and Antonio Gramsci.
On 30 January 2013, Dines published an article in Counter Punch in which she accused the BDSM website of being in violation of the United Nations Convention Against Torture, opining, "This is not a fun, fantasy place run by a charming band of outsiders, but a group of savvy businessmen who missed their calling at Abu Ghraib." The statements resulted in criticism from Mark Kernes of Adult Video News who said that a "55-year-old college professor" should "know the difference between what goes on in real life and what happens in movies".
If you want to stop this then you have to figure out a way for Icelandic men to not have access to hardcore pornography".
Later in the same interview she goes on to say, "If you really want women and girls to have gender equality in Iceland then you cannot be feeding your boys and men a steady diet of pornography.
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