aprendiendo latínLPC en media | Marzo 07, 2007
El NYTimes le dedica un maxiartículo al fenómeno de las revistas porno en las universidades americanas. Al parecer, los estudiantes están más interesados en ver cómo sus compañeras de clase se visten de estrellas porno que en ver a las estrellas porno disfrazarse de colegialas. Quién lo iba a decir.
It wasn’t so long ago that the male collegians of America hid their copies of Playboy deep inside their sock drawers, and the naked women tucked therein were glamorous, unknowable princesses from a media empire far, far away. These days, when anyone can run a virtual media empire out of a dorm room, student-generated sex magazines, some with the imprimatur of university financing and faculty advisers, are becoming a fact of campus life.
Generally, I've found that people who make porn who say they are not making porn are the kind of non-pornographers who on their MySpace pages describe themselves as "pansexual" and have tricolored hair, or they are under the impression that because they are taking pictures of people who are pierced and tattooed and on some kind of shaving their armpits strike having sex, it's not porn.