Tag Archives: documentaries

Sneak Peek: “The Devil and Shelley Lubben” [VIDEO]

I leave San Francisco tomorrow night to go debate this woman. The first two parts of  this documentary are definitely enlightening.

Part I

Part II

More to come, will post as they come in.


Irony of ironies, users within the Youtube community flagged these as pornographic. Here are some alternate links:

Part I

Part II


Sex Documentaries

Too much stress is bad for the immune system and I am definitely under the weather organizing the upcoming San Francisco Sex Information fundraising event: Burnlesque! (Jan 16th, I strongly recommend presales)

I’ve been sitting on the couch watching some pretty good documentaries about sexuality and gender. I strongly suggest watching both of these:

Born into Brothels

Excellent film following the lives of several children in Calcutta’s Red Light District and how they see the world through photography. Kochi, one of the young girls, sums it up best:

“I keep thinking if I could go someplace else and get education… I wonder what I could become.”

Guys and Dolls

No, not the musical. Nothing like the musical. Strange, somewhat heartbreaking and more than a little mystifying, we plunge into the world of men in love with Real Dolls, a 100-pound customizable sex doll. These are not just toys for many men; these dolls are  lovers, sweeties and girlfriends. Fascinating film that explores loneliness, isolation, the need for simplicity and aspects of the idealized female sexual role.