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Different Strokes:
How Black Women are Changing the Adult Film Industry


Story by Kristina Nguyen

Photo by Pink and White Productions

The Daily Dot


In 2005, Shine Louise Houston released her studio’s first film feature, The Crash Pad. Described as a “hot hardcore indie feminist dyke porn,” it told of a secret apartment in San Francisco where guests lucky enough to get the key could explore their deepest fantasies. From Black butch lovers to busty, tattooed femmes, the film was heralded for its authentic representations of sexuality and its diverse cast and crew.


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