The Catholic Church is obsessed with sex: who does it, when, how, with whom, and for what purpose. In fact, I might argue that one of the most fundamental ways the Church hooks people is by creating deep psychological hang-ups about sex, for which it then claims to offer a solution.

Sexual intimacy and sexual pleasure are two of humanity’s most cherished experiences. A recent study showed that sex makes people even happier than Jesus does. The Church knows that. It also knows that forbidding something we crave—making it taboo—can make the craving even stronger. It’s the perfect setup for an institution trafficking in guilt and redemption.

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Lighting…

April 7th, 2016|2 Comments

Why do I prefer to film erotica at night? To begin with total darkness and selectively light the form. Why are so many erotic pics so overlit? It destroys the mood as it does the [...]

Why I like low key lighting…

January 19th, 2016|0 Comments

Low key lighting is a style of cinematography and photography where you create  images featuring mainly dark tones to create a dramatic, contrasty looking image. Personally I find myself working a lot in this style. [...]

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Afternoon Delight

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    Afternoon Delight comes from the Ancient Egyptian words Aftaron (meaning before night) and delita (meaning sex). Aftaron delita is quite simply all about daytime sexing. These words date back to around 130BC in Ancient [...]

Sharing the viewfinder

October 1st, 2016|0 Comments

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