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The Best of Tuesdays With Nina

The Best of Tuesdays With Nina
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Nina Hartley is a lot of things to a lot of people: A pioneering porn star who made the crossover to mainstream films; a wife, a nurse, a sex positive feminist and a champion of free speech. For the last year, SexIs has been bolstered by her regular contributions each week with the thoughtful advice she provides in Tuesdays With Nina.

 


Talk Dirty To MeApproaching Anal Play 101
Date:June 01, 2010Date: March 30, 2010
What’s It All About: Sometimes, "aural sex" can be really hot, but how do you know what to say, and when to say it? How do you keep from cracking up? Learning the language of love can be difficult, but it’s also dirty and fun. Just ask Nina. What’s It All About: The truth, the whole truth and nothing BUTT the truth. Everything you always wanted to know about your anus, BUTT were afraid to ask. BUTT seriously, before getting intimate with your rear entry, you need to learn a few basics on cleanliness, breathing, anatomy and relaxation, and who better to show you the path to enlightened anal play than our own Nina Hartley?
A Woman’s Sex Drive is Like a Mountain Range...There’s More Than Just One Peak.Erectile Dysfunction and Cock Rings
Date:November 09, 2010Date: August 31, 2010
What’s It All About:Women have been told that they reach the top rung of the sexual ladder later than men do, but what does that really mean? Is it possible to quantify the female libido chronologically? Nina explores sex by the numbers. Is a woman truly better in bed at 40 than she is at 20? What’s It All About: When a man has trouble getting it up and keeping it up, there can be any number of reasons. Nina takes a look at some of the causes—physical and mental—for men who can’t achieve or maintain an erection.

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Interviews with Nina Hartley

  • Nina Hartley, adult film actress, adult film director, sex educator, feminist, and author, celebrates her one year anniversary as SexIs' resident sex advice expert. In an industry where few performers last more than a couple years, what's her secret for nearly 3 decades of success?

    Adult Industry Icon Nina Hartley defies the critics of pornography who declare women to be exploited by it, having no choice but to be willing victims. She was well on her way to a career in nursing when she chose a different path, starring in her first adult film in 1984. Her debut performance was in the film Educating Nina, which was produced and directed by the veteran porn star Juliet Anderson (better known as "Aunt Peg"). The film turned out to be the first step in a journey to adult film superstardom. Nearly 30 years later, she has gone on to feature in over 400 first-run adult films, and has become one of the most enduring and recognizable performers in the industry. Nina has been a driving force in the adult industry for nearly three decades as an adult film actress, director, sex educator, feminist and author. She has been a tireless, outspoken advocate for sexual freedom and considers herself a sex-positive feminist who seeks to "educate others from a place of practice and not just theory." Nina has been a visible industry spokesperson who seeks to change negative perceptions of adult entertainment and sex itself. In 1993, she and ten other adult film stars were arrested in Las Vegas for "having a lesbian performance in the front of an audience." She actively supports the Woodhull Foundations whose goal is to promotes sexual freedom as a fundamental human right. She challenges the radical feminist view that the porn industry, by definition, victimizes women—instead, she points out that in her lengthy career, she's seen few examples of coercion of performers on set, and none of a physical nature. "Women have the right of refusal, always, and exercise it." How has the industry changed, since Nina has been began her career? Would she recommend her path to women today? What is the most important lesson she's learned along the way? Join us in welcoming Nina Hartley to the Community Interview in celebration of the 1 year anniversary of Tuesdays With Nina!

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