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Porn Moms

2020-03-06 19:30:07.157399+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

British Journal of Photography: Porn Moms by Mary Beth Koeth

In 2017, photographer Mary Beth Koeth rented a car and drove from New York City to Edison, New Jersey, for the erotic arts convention Exxxotica Expo. Her goal was to meet mothers working in the adult film industry, to try and answer some of the questions she had about their lives. How do they balance motherhood with their work? How are they treated at school gatherings?

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#Comment Re: Porn Moms made: 2020-03-06 21:13:19.36462+00 by: John Anderson

Link is malformed, fyi...

#Comment Re: Porn Moms made: 2020-03-09 20:45:58.134132+00 by: Dan Lyke

Thanks. Fixed.

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