This may be true for some people, but for most people, it gets boring once curiosity is satisfied, curiosity about what it looks like, and once the possibility of seeing everything is fulfilled. Film and video can do this. This can be done in all media. Fashion is not one of them.
Isadora Duncan is a person whom I would call an artist in the eroplay tradition. The best way to undermine sexism and pornography is to create an alternative to them. It is not fashionable to admit people are curious to see other people's bodies, to see what they are really like under those clothes. There seems to be an unwritten rule that if it is sexy sexual nude, it has to be dumb.
This is true of both men and of women. But sex has only been a tool, not the goal. Almost everyone is against porn films. As I have said, this kind of art creates a kind of bubble in which the forbidden can be done with immunity, releasing the energy of the broken taboo. The anti sex, anti pleasure, anti nudity morality is not one of the good reasons to be anti porn.
My website aims at creating a positive body image and stimulating people to do more sports and outdoor activities, and in the same time speaks for one of the basic and simple human rights that is somehow ignored in mass media — the right to be yourself just the way you are, in your natural state, without necessity to cover yourself in clothes imposed by societal rules. We hope it is still the case. Unless we put ourselves our creativity, our minds, and yes, our bodies into representing eroart as the humanistic alternative, the pornographer, the sexist, and the moralist will win by default. This kind of repressive morality is the main reason why during the nineteenth century kinky violent porn caught on. But breaking taboos has always been a part of art, at least the area of art that seeks to change consciousness, change morality, change reality.
But everybody isn't in his right mind, which is why there is porn anyway. These are the fundamental reasons why to be anti porn. Historically, one of the tools of this art has been the sex act. Cable has made porn so available that it has removed the glamour of the forbidden.
This isn't the symbolic or surreal violence in other kinds of films. I am trying to define eroart. . Porn is also anti human because it creates a picture of what sex should be that is unreal and boring.
Most books on eroart miss the true purpose of such art. There has been a huge amount of time and energy wasted trying to define and ban pornography. The people who make porn I am talking about straight porn now, leaving the kinky, violent porn in the trash can think that the main reason why people go to see porn is to see tubes going in and out of holes. Take back nudity, pleasure, sex, and eroticism from pornography. It creates a special time and place where taboos can be broken, where new ways can be introduced into the society. If you have a moment, write to Vimeo staff and let them know you think it was an error and you miss our vids! But it is fashionable to be against porn.
This is the true goal of eroplay art, which has been called eroart. The breaking of taboos ideally should not be a part of eroplay for everyday life. Of course, since you have erased our account completely, we cannot verify that information and point out to each and every video, but to the best of our knowledge, not only was there no video of people engaging in sexual activities, but there was no one kissing or even hugging. It is fashionable to be anti porn. Andy Warhol once said Hollywood has been doing a forty year striptease, showing a little more each year to get people to come back. Eroart in all media can show this way of relating.