I’m Lucie Blush. I’m about to turn 30 and I live in Berlin. I started this blog four years ago as I found myself single. I knew sex had to be more than just submissive, standard ‘porn’ sex. I’ve always had a strong imagination and I went on a search for hot, erotic, pornographic videos that satisfied me. I opened a very deep box and started writing about my own sexual journey here, sharing my thoughts and questions.
Then, it was clear. I had to make my own movies. And I did. Here you can watch all of them: luciemakesporn.com.
So… why porn?
Porn is sex on screen. Nothing else. Until a few years ago, the only porn we knew was the “mainstream” one. It started with the poor girl asking the plumber to pay in nature, and now it’s basically “teen getting fucked by huge dicks”.
The pattern, here, is that it doesn’t reflect, at all, the reality of sexuality, nor the pleasure that good sex can give us. Good sex doesn’t have anything to do with the size of your tits, or how far your partner can ejaculate.
That’s why I want to help make better porn, and make it more accessible to everybody, especially women, and men who are looking for good content.
Another thing is that it is particularly prejudicial to women, and their sexuality. We’re the passive ones. The sluts who desperately want to suck horrible guys’ cocks. That’s when feminist porn comes in. I am a feminist. I shave my legs. I like to wear pretty dresses. I wear make up, sometimes. And I AM A FEMINIST. Feminist porn is a kind of porn that respects the actors, the characters, and the audience. It includes good work environment and a constant search for pleasure, for everybody.
Many feminists condemn porn, but I think that it’s healthy. It’s just sex! Everybody likes it, does it, and watches it. It’s just that we need to offer more and different porn. We can’t criticize porn if we don’t try to improve it first. Besides, being in favor of porn is showing that women have sexual needs too. Like men, we have a deep and intense sexuality that needs exploring and enjoying.
So, I am not condemning mainstream porn, I’m just saying it’s only one perspective, and it’s high time that women gave theirs too.
It doesn’t mean that there is one porn for women, and another one for men. I completely disagree with that. But there are plenty of different ways to depict sex, and make the audience have a good time. These ways include respecting women and their bodies, enjoying mutual objectification, healthy submission, and deep fantasies.