Sexual pioneer Betty Dodson, the author of the seminal Sex for One and Orgasms for Two.
Candida Royalle, makes and directs award-winning erotic videos that appeals to women who never thought they'd like blue movies.
Former Times Square stripper Scarlett Fever gives tips on how to spot a man with money and hustle him out of that cash before the night is over.
Dr. Jack Murnighan, the editor of The Naughty Bits and Classic Nasty.
Gay cultural critic Michael Bronski talks about gay characters in Fifties pulp fiction novels.
Cecilia Tan, the original "Telepaths Don't Need Safe Words" Sci-Fi Wunderkind
Lesbian scholar and activist Karla Jay, Ph.D. author of Tales of the Lavender Menace: A Memoir of Liberation Dyke Life, is one of the founders of the original lesbian liberation movement— back when it was anything but fashionable and a lot more controversial.
Eithne Johnson and Eric Schafer on the history of the snuff film hoax and the relationship between porn and exploitation movie-making.
Porn director/screenwriter Tony Lovett, a.k.a. Antonio Passolini, the man behind the best selling films The Ozporns, Bliss, Cafe Flesh 2, Raw, and Stiff Competition. This is the man who wrote "Bizarro LA" and knows where ALL the bodies are buried, as well as that Jesus-on-a-taco you can't forget.
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