Monday, July 2, 2007

Applause Is Nice; But Send Money Too

My friend, Emily Dubberley, is one of those interviewed in An orgasm of one's own: women who spank back.

Mostly this is just a plug *wink* but if you're interested in knowing more about women as a target market for your adult business read it.

Those who are in the biz, will love how the piece starts:
"A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction." The crux of Virginia Woolf's polemic on female creativity -- first declared in 1928 and walloped around the theoretical arena ever since -- resounds today more than ever for the post-Sex and the City generation. Sure, the envisaged room is a "post-war Upper-East side walk-up" and the finances are limited by a substance abuse problem (expensive footwear), but the ethos remains the same: for women to create, they need agency.

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