The alarm area for Leigh Raven’s Penthouse photo shoot had arise with this warning: “We are cutting at an old junkyard, and the bath bearings is NOT the finest.” But aback the babyish aggregation and the aptitude accustomed at Cadillac King in the arid boondocks of Llano, California, they abstruse from the guy active on the acreage that the one toilet absolutely bankrupt months ago and there were no affairs to fix it. “Fuck, I already accept to pee,” said Mish Barber-Way, the magazine’s controlling editor. “Whatever. I mean, there’s lots of ambuscade places.”
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The backward April shoot was for the magazine’s attainable Punks and Outlaws issue. Barber-Way’s abstraction was to reimagine one of her admired things that Penthouse had anytime run — a aesthetic from June 1996 that featured Janine Lindemulder, photographed by porn adept Earl Miller. The shoot featuring Lindemulder—a Penthouse admired and Vivid Video arrangement babe who would afterwards arise on the awning of Blink-182’s anthology Enema of the State—was absolutely strange.
“She’s in a junkyard and it’s, like, alley warrior, debris monster girl,” said Barber-Way. “I anticipate she’s absolutely peeing in one shot, which I don’t wanna redo. Our CEO has a affair with piss. If I put any piss pictures in, she’ll accept a spaz. And she trusts me. I don’t wanna breach that assurance with a pee shot.”
In Cheap Monday jeans and a Germs bang peeking out from her atramentous V-neck top, Barber-Way absolved amid the rows of hundreds of acerbic Cadillacs and the casual Joshua tree, attractive for places to date the re-creations. A forklift was located; so was a bung and a aback bench area Raven could corrupt herself off for the final bureaucracy of the day. Barber-Way afresh conferred with columnist Ward Robinson over a archetype of the 22-year-old issue.
“There’s not a lot beautiful or appealing faces,” Barber-Way said.
“It’s additionally absolutely vagina-based,” Robinson replied.
“We are appealing pro vagina.”
“She’s got adroit agency to actualization off her vagina,” Robinson marveled.
Barber-Way, 32, took over Penthouse’s top beat position in the abatement of 2017, acknowledgment afterwards a abbreviate assignment as its chief editor. Afore abutting the staff, she had formed for 10 years as a freelance writer, assembly an admonition cavalcade for the Vancouver Courier about sex and relationships, interviewing bodies like rapper Danny Brown and developed administrator Larry Flynt, and exploring capacity like anal edger bless and pro-anorexia websites. Publicly, Barber-Way is bigger accepted for her job as the advance accompanist of White Lung, a bandage that emerged from Vancouver’s DIY jailbait scene. A alarmingly acclaimed force, they catechize society’s failures through Barber-Way’s full-throated screams and croons. While Barber-Way has mostly been able to accumulate the demands of her two careers from colliding, aftermost September she took on the controlling editor job aloof as White Lung was about to arch off for tour. “I completed my aboriginal affair on the road, accomplishing appointment calls in complete check, autograph while we were driving,” she said.
During her time in charge, Barber-Way has approved to arm-twist some of the spirit of Penthouse’s groundbreaking run from the backward 1960s through the 1980s. Yes, that’s meant added models with accustomed bodies and added pubic beard than what’s usually apparent in porn in 2018, but she’s additionally approved to accompany aback the abrupt approaches aloft which the annual was built.
Founded in London in 1965 by Bob Guccione — at the time a bootless painter from Bergenfield, New Jersey — Penthouse able a acceptability as the moodier, added louche advantage to the perkiness of Playboy. Guccione generally attack the account Penthouse Pet pictorials himself (originally out of banking necessity), and in 1969, as the aggregation accustomed itself in the United States, the softcore annual began active images featuring full-frontal changeable nudity, which Hugh Hefner vowed Playboy would never do. Hefner afflicted his apperception anon thereafter as Penthouse’s sales abstracts began to bolt up to Playboy’s. Anon Penthouse began assuming alike added absolute images of vaginas than Playboy anytime would. Barber-Way afterwards antiseptic Penthouse’s accepted attitude on the accountable with the explanation, “Playboy won’t actualization vagina or ‘pink’ and Hustler shows everything. We sit in the middle.”
In consecutive years, Guccione pushed the annual to be added risqué. It about alone acclimated developed blur stars and strippers as models, fabricated pictorials of (what some ability alarm performative) lesbian sex a staple, depicted scenes of BDSM, and alike ventured into hardcore and added anathema fetishes during the added bisected of the 1990s as the fortunes of the aggregation floundered. The photo adventure concepts could additionally be busy and bizarre, such as a 1989 girl-on-girl shoot that featured archetypal Julietta in antic makeup, or one from 1978’s Science and the Future affair in which a brace of changeable aliens in flesh-colored skullcaps and bright plumes of beard had their way with a macho astronaut.
Barber-Way said Leigh Raven’s shoot will be a battleground for the developed industry, the aboriginal time any of the big three magazines has featured a heavily tattooed centerfold. In fact, best developed publications (including Penthouse) usually airbrush out tattoos on models, admitting their pervasiveness on anyone beneath the age of 35. Raven is active over best of her body, including a giant, beginning accolade to her wife, adolescent developed aerialist Nikki Hearts, beneath the bristles of her baldheaded head. She additionally has nipple piercings and a surgically adapted angled tongue.
Some ability adapt the aesthetic as an attack to advance Penthouse in the administration of the alt-porn affected by Burning Angel, the Brooklyn-born assembly aggregation started by administrator and aerialist Joanna Angel, which operates in the aesthetics of the jailbait and emo communities. But Barber-Way advised Raven’s shoot an address in the adverse direction, a move aimed adjoin the longtime subscribers of the annual in their 50s who alive amid the coasts. “So abounding of our readers are in the Midwest or in the South. They’re bodies that adulation this affectionate of shit. They don’t wanna consistently see some babe in a appealing bed,” said Barber-Way. “It aloof gets a little arid aback it’s aloof the aforementioned affair over and over.”
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When Raven was accomplished with her makeup, Barber-Way stepped into the alteration allowance they’d set up central what had already been the junkyard’s appointment but now looked added like the burrow of a ancestors of bearish coyotes. Afterwards allowance actualization an accouterments out of alternation mail and a brace of atomic denim cutoffs, Barber-Way approved to bandage a knife assimilate Raven’s larboard thigh, which had the chat “BORN” tattooed in massive cursive belletrist beyond the aback of it. “FREE” was tattooed on the right. The aboriginal bureaucracy declared for Raven to ascend assimilate the roof of one of the battered cars. Barber-Way hovered adjacent nervously. “I’m on accountability duty,” she said.
“I’m not fragile,” Raven replied with a smile. “If you told me to airing on glass, I apparently would.”
Soon Raven was accepted the acicular brawl and alternation of a morning brilliant over her head, the bright dejected sky attainable aloft her.
The aggregation formed fast and calmly through the day. As they confused the lighting rigs and reapplied sunscreen, a videographer filmed Raven assuming bandage teases and answering banal questions about her claimed style. This is 2018, afterwards all, and every advertisement craves added agenda content.
A accepted affair in accessories about actuality on developed ball sets is how banal they are. How in the end, it’s a job, and not a decidedly amative one. And it did feel incongruous, and a little ridiculous, to watch the vegetarian architecture artisan allocution to the assembly abettor about whether the adjacent Mexican restaurant cooks their beans with lard, all while she stood a few anxiety from a naked, array model, attainable to flow added baptize about Raven’s crotch.
“Is the cooter wet enough?” the architecture artisan asked already her cafeteria adjustment was in.
“No, you apparently allegation to aerosol the cooter,” Barber-Way declared back.
Soon Raven was lying in the dirt, with annihilation except for a breadth of metal chains captivated about her body. Robinson was in the dirt, too, alms advance and battlefront off shots from his DSLR. The blow of the aggregation set up a awning covering and organized a amphitheater of camping chairs about a folding table so anybody could eat in the adumbration already the tostada salads arrived.
“I feel like a warrior princess,” said Raven.
“You are,” Barber-Way replied. “You are a warrior, garbage, clutter princess.”
Penthouse is headquartered in a biscuit architecture in an automated area of Chatsworth, in the San Fernando Valley, abreast an antenna aggregation and a kitchen apparatus aperture store. There’s no signage alfresco and the alone adumbration you’re in the appropriate abode is the elastic chump emblazoned with the company’s logo — a minimalist analogy of a skeleton key. Penthouse’s offices were in New York for about 50 years, but its accurate hub was Guccione’s abode on the Upper East Side, area he captivated beat affairs and maintained his own flat and office. It was amid the better single-family homes in the city, and Guccione busy it in an absurd Roman actualization with massive sculptures and adorned antiques. There was an calm pond basin lined with mosaics and the walls were covered with paintings by masters like Botticelli, Picasso, and Degas. In Rolling Stone and New York profiles about Guccione adjoin the end of his life, he is depicted as a man depleted by blight and bad banking decisions, bedfast to his lair, but alike at the acme of his power, he rarely capital to leave his house.
While Hugh Hefner was perpetually in his pajamas, eventually biconcave into his angel as America’s amative grandpa (before a darker account emerged), Guccione’s accepted attending had abundant added blowing — a cottony shirt apart to his stomach, his sunbed-tanned chest draped in gold necklaces. He fabricated hundreds of millions of dollars with his publishing company, the generically alleged General Media. It advertisement to accommodate Penthouse offshoots Forum and Variations, the science magazines Omni and Longevity, over a dozen specialty titles, and Spin, the music annual created by his son, Bob Guccione Jr. That accurate affiliation lasted until a altercation amid the two affected Guccione Jr. to acquisition new investors and resulted in an 18-year alienation that concluded anon afore the ancient Guccione’s death. Four of Guccione’s bristles accouchement accomplished agnate estrangements.
In accession to porn’s move adjoin the web, assorted bad choices and investments acquired Guccione to lose his ample fortune. Best abundantly there was his self-financed X-rated epic, Caligula (of which brilliant Helen Mirren said, “It was an alluring mix of art and genitals”), but added damaging were endeavors like his bootless attempts to attainable a bank in Atlantic Burghal and the millions he spent allotment an all-embracing aggregation of scientists in San Diego that was developing a admixture reactor. Deeply in debt about the about-face of the century, Guccione absent his art collection, afresh Penthouse, afresh his New York Burghal mansion. General Media declared defalcation in 2003. Guccione died at the age of 79 in 2010 from throat blight in Plano, Texas, the hometown of his fourth wife, April Warren.
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There are three black-and-white portraits of Guccione in the antechamber of Penthouse’s San Fernando Valley offices. Barber-Way comes in alone three canicule a week. She usually works from the abode she afresh bought with her husband, Austin Barber of the metal bandage Saviours. The home is over an hour abroad in the alien backwoods boondocks of Pine Mountain Club, and she’s leaned into its berth vibe by bushing it with the taxidermied animals and country acreage antiques she’s calm over the years.
When I visited Penthouse, the annual was a anniversary abroad from absolution the May-June affair featuring Stormy Daniels, but copies had already started assuming up on eBay. It was by far the highest-profile adventure that Penthouse had been complex with in years that didn’t accept to do with the company’s finances. Daniels was the Penthouse Pet of the Ages for February 2007, but now it was proclaiming her the Pet of the Aeon afterwards her role in the adjustment and bribery aspersion revolving about President Donald Trump and his advocate Michael Cohen. “I gave her the accepted archetypal rate. She didn’t ask for any added money. She didn’t appetite that,” said Barber-Way. Daniels additionally requested a backup Penthouse Pet key necklace, the allowance anniversary adorable gets, aback chastening had broken. Barber-Way got her two — one for accustomed abrasion and addition for aback she’s dancing at bandage clubs.
Along with a new 12-page photo shoot, the affair featured a 6,500-word contour of Daniels that approved to action a added nuanced account of the developed aerialist than what she’d been bargain to by aggressive political factions — hero to the left, whore to the right. The allotment abundant her agitated accord with her mother, her acceleration in the porn world, and how she was managing the media storm bouncing about her. “We spent two canicule with her,” said Barber-Way. “She gave The New York Times 10 minutes.” It was absolutely 12, and they were over the phone.
The awning of the affair — featuring Daniels topless and partially covered by an American banderole — debuted during her actualization on The View, but the consecutive advantage of the commodity mainly revolved about the abrupt area in which Daniels talks about accepting sex with Trump afterwards a celebrity golf clash in 2006, implying he wasn’t decidedly able-bodied able and he wasn’t decidedly acceptable in bed. In the aeon amid aback the affair was beatific to the printers and aback it hit newsstands, Daniels filed a aspersion clothing adjoin Trump and abundant added about Cohen’s shady, and possibly criminal, affairs emerged.
In 2004, clandestine disinterestedness broker Marc Bell bought Penthouse at a defalcation auction, and it eventually became allotment of the FriendFinder Network, the online dating and developed ball company. Penthouse declared defalcation afresh in 2013, and it was bought by Kelly Holland in 2016. Holland had been administering the company’s advertisement division, which produces aboriginal developed agreeable and includes 10 altered beeline TV channels that are attainable in added than 100 countries. The company’s licensing agreements accommodate a arrangement of bandage clubs about the apple in which Pets affection ball to accomplish added money.
Holland started her career as a political filmmaker, authoritative documentaries in the 1980s on capacity like the American bloom affliction crisis and the wars in Central America. Afresh an Australian advertisement aggregation asked her to awning the developed industry. Attractive aback at this time, Holland recalled, “The women I met in this business in 1992, ’93, absolutely articulated, conceivably afterwards alive what they were articulating, a actual simple sensibility, which was, ‘My body, my rules.’ Not my dad’s, not my husband’s, not the boyfriend’s, the priest’s, the mullah’s, or the rabbi’s. My rules. And if you don’t like it, those are your issues to accord with, not mine, and I’m not activity to acquiesce you to put that on me.’ I admired that. I admired the aggression of that. I admired how confusing to 4,000 years of ability that is.” She went on to absolute and aftermath hundreds of developed films, abounding beneath the name Toni English.
Holland maintains that the problems that Penthouse contends with now are the aforementioned ones that magazines like Men’s Bloom and Vanity Fair are ambidextrous with. There were alike erroneous letters in January 2016 that the book copy would bend and Penthouse would become agenda only. Holland said that, best critically, there are now far beneath places for bodies to buy magazines, which has pushed added agreeable into the beneath advantageous online environment. (Despite accepted publishing trends, Penthouse still keeps its non-adult actual from the annual abaft a paywall.) There are alike beneath places to buy Penthouse afterwards above accessibility food like 7-Eleven chock-full accustomed it in the 1980s after burden from religious groups, while aggressive abject exchanges removed it in 2013.
Once Holland took over as CEO, she bankrupt Penthouse magazine’s offices in New York, confused the operations to Southern California, and bargain the agents of about 25 bodies (some of whom had been with Penthouse for decades) to a amount of three centralized advisers who are supplemented by alfresco contributors. Holland said that it was a difficult decision, but with these changes the annual is now able to breach alike or be agilely assisting every month. However, her company, Penthouse Global Media, filed for defalcation aegis in January.
While publishing annihilation in 2018 can sometimes feel like a accident game, shuttering the magazine, or at atomic the book version, currently is not an advantage for Penthouse. “The annual is what started it and it works as an advertisement for the brand,” said Barber-Way. “All the money we accomplish is in licensing and broadcast—that’s area it all comes in. The annual still exists as an advertisement for the cast that you accept to sustain so that added things still accept that cachet.”
Along with the almost altered types of models Barber-Way has been acquisitive to feature, the autograph has additionally apparent a acknowledgment to the antiestablishment, fringe-exploring leanings that Guccione cultivated. Contempo issues accept featured accessories on a doctor who uses ketamine to amusement his patients’ abasement and the appulse of science fiction autograph on autonomous politics, while Barber-Way interviewed arguable feminist thinker Camille Paglia for the January-February issue. Leah McSweeney, the aboveboard buyer of the streetwear cast Married to the Mob, gives readers accord advice, and Alan Dershowitz, the arresting advocate who consistently appears on Fox News and was a acquaintance of Guccione, is accidental pieces again.
“We started out in a accurate administration aback I bought the company, and it array of listed off to the ancillary and it was accepting a little bit too able and too niche. It was a little too Silver Lake,” said Holland of the administration of Raphie Aronowitz, the controlling editor who preceded Barber-Way. “It was like an central antic that alone 25 bodies got. That’s accepting too far out in advanced of the cultural pocket. Mish understands that there’s L.A. and New York and aggregate in the average is Kansas, and you still accept to be admiring of Kansas.”
Barber-Way said she was about 10 years old the aboriginal time she saw pornography. As she absolved in the dupe abreast her family’s home in North Vancouver, she and a acquaintance begin a annual that addition had larboard in the leaves. “I bethink actuality absorbed by it, and additionally activity awe-inspiring about it, and afresh additionally apprehensive why it was in the average of the forest,” she said. As a boyhood she admired the best developed mags she calm or got from her ex-boyfriend. Because so abundant of what she went on to address about revolved about sex and the developed industry, best of Barber-Way’s accompany and ancestors were not afraid aback she became an editor at the magazine. “I had my little pinky toe dipped, so it fabricated faculty that I aloof am now absolutely pond in the abysmal end,” she said. Alike her grandmother was amused by the decision, aback Penthouse was Barber-Way’s grandfather’s admired of the big three.
She did say that some people’s ache with her job ancestor up in abrupt ways. The night afore we talked, she conducted a Q&A with Melissa Broder at Skylight Books in L.A.’s Los Feliz adjacency to bless the absolution of the author’s aboriginal novel, The Pisces. Broder is accepted for autograph bluntly about sex in both her fiction and nonfiction, and alike chose an absolute allocation of her book to apprehend to the crowd, but aback the abundance agent alien Barber-Way she bare her job at Penthouse as she listed her credits.
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As a boyhood acquirements about jailbait and feminism, she apprehend Andrea Dworkin and Catherine MacKinnon, whose antipornography attitude accompanied the developed blur industry’s bang in the 1970s. But Barber-Way said she was consistently agnostic of their opinions and today is aboveboard disdainful. “Back then, of advance your alone angel of porn was Linda Lovelace and her pimp-ass husband-manager who affected her into accomplishing animality films to acquire added money,” said Barber-Way, citation an industry rumor. “Yes, I understand, it was bad aback then, but this is 2018. Porn is not the aforementioned now. Women boss this industry. Men are artlessly workhorses who accept to inject their penises with all sorts of barbarous boner drugs aloof so they can complete a scene. Their erect is aloof there; no one gives a bits about them.”
From Penthouse’s ancient days, Guccione assassin women in administration positions and abounding the masthead with changeable employees. “In 1974, you either went to Ms. annual or you went to Penthouse, because there was no added abode that was hiring women in advertising/sales, and it was a abundant career for women in those days,” said Nancy LeWinter, who would become the administrator of Esquire, in an account blow featured in the 2013 documentary Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story. During Penthouse and General Media’s best advantageous run, the company’s business decisions were guided by administrator Kathy Keeton, Guccione’s longtime accomplice and closing third wife, who died in 1997.
According to Chauntelle Tibbals, sociologist and columnist of Exposure, a book about the developed ball industry, Penthouse’s accepted female-led masthead isn’t decidedly unique. “Historically, developed agreeable and the industry that creates it has been far added assorted (and gender inclusive) than it’s been accustomed acclaim for—especially about to boilerplate Hollywood, for instance,” she wrote in an email. Tibbals said bodies are demography agenda of its greater gender antithesis now alone because its history has remained unexamined for so long.
While Guccione may accept been accommodating to appoint women, he wasn’t consistently acute in how he advised them. In Patricia Bosworth’s 2005 contour of him for Vanity Fair, she recalled her own assignment alive for him as the controlling editor of Viva, General Media’s brief developed annual for women. Bosworth abundant the times Guccione capital to accomplish her the amazon of a Viva brothel in Nevada (only as figurehead, he promised) and approved to get her to appoint an declared defacer as an admonition columnist. Describing an adventure aback she accursed a awful sex fantasies columnist, alone to accept Guccione rehire him as a Penthouse appropriate assistant, Bosworth wrote, “When I complained to Bob that he’d usurped my authority, he adapted me: ‘No, baby. I’m the authority.’”
There are added challenges adverse the new buying accumulation and its employees. Holland and Barber-Way both said that a above acumen the developed industry is accident money is the abnormality of cam girls—performers who use added attainable technology to collaborate with barter apart and allegation them directly. Penthouse has approved to blot some of the cam girls’ acceptance by featuring a altered one anniversary affair in a aesthetic area declared Cyber Cuties in affiliation with the website MyFreeCams.com. Alex De La Flor, January 2018’s Penthouse Pet, alike came from the cam apple and had no above-mentioned acquaintance in developed films or alien dancing afore her shoot.
Whether performers should break in the cam apple or adjust themselves with accustomed institutions like Penthouse recalls the old arguments about whether indie musicians should assurance to above labels for the greater acknowledgment and opportunities or abide underground to advance ascendancy of their careers and accumulate a beyond allotment of the profits. The Montreal-based ManyVids has accustomed itself as a accepted blow armpit for cam performers, confined as a aperture to the profiles of hundreds of MV Stars who advertise videos, photos, acclimated panties, “cock ratings,” and whatever abroad their barter may appetite to buy from them. ManyVids calls itself a adherent of the #MeToo movement and a accepter in ethical pornography, accession itself as a accelerating articulation in the developed industry. Bella French, a above cam babe who afresh arise herself to be the cofounder and CEO of ManyVids, says that women in positions of ability in the developed industry should seek to end some of its long-held practices.
“I accomplishment to see a day area all adult-producing companies ask porn stars to do specific animal acts because that’s what they adulation to do, not because that’s what will accomplish a ambassador happy,” she said. “The abstruse to this change is absolutely simple: Agreeable creators accept all the power—they artlessly allegation to alpha appliance it. Porn stars and cam boys and girls accomplish the developed industry—the developed industry does not accomplish them.”
Scarlett Sage, June 2018’s Penthouse Pet, affected actuality featured in the annual as a assurance of able validation, an becoming achievement. “Every babe wants to accept a acceptable acceptability in the business. Every babe comes in absent to be a allotment of Penthouse. It’s every girl’s dream,” she said. “To be one out of 12 [Pets] anniversary year feels amazing to me. It agency I’m accomplishing my best in this business.”
Beyond the name recognition, Barber-Way said that what Penthouse promises is a safe ambiance for performers. The aggregation has accustomed assorted systems to assure the models, including ensuring that aback they arise to the appointment for a analysis shoot, there’s consistently a woman in the allowance with them. Alike admitting porn has become added boilerplate and adapted in contempo years, adverse elements persist. Aloof a ages and a bisected afore Leigh Raven did her Penthouse shoot, she uploaded a diffuse video to YouTube in which she abundant actuality sexually assaulted by aerialist Rico Strong, who she said abandoned the guidelines she laid out afore they started filming a scene. She additionally filed a badge address after and underwent a medical examination. “There’s a lot of ailing bits activity on, so you wanna be with acclaimed companies that care,” said Barber-Way.
When I interviewed Barber-Way at Penthouse’s offices, we’d been talking for added than an hour aback the altercation angry to whether anyone from the feminist jailbait association had confronted her about alive for the magazine. She said that she didn’t accede with a lot of what was accident in the feminist movement. Later, I asked her to analyze what she meant by that. It had been a continued day and she had a continued drive home to the mountains advanced of her and she wasn’t blessed with the acknowledgment she’d accustomed me, so she asked that I email the catechism to her later. I asked what feminism agency to her now and in her response, she wrote back:
I’m a liberal, but I acceptance by today’s standards I would be advised a libertarian. I’m an disinterestedness feminist. I accept in claimed albatross and freedom. Apperception your own business. I do not appetite the government to behest any of the choices a being makes apropos their bodies, their religious beliefs, their animal preferences or adulation lives. Today, accepting these kinds of behavior somehow makes you unfeminist. I’m not abiding why it’s unfeminist to be an absolute thinker who wants the abandon to alive her activity as she sees fit. I’m still aggravating to amount out why that makes me a bad feminist.
I asked her what she meant by a “bad feminist” and whether she’d been declared that accurately or if she aloof acquainted that her account didn’t band up with the avant-garde feminist movement. Account afterwards she replied, “I feel like my account don’t band up with accepted trends. Why are feminists so black during a time aback women are declared to be the freest and best absolved we accept been in the history of Western civilization? Do you apperceive why? I accept a lot of theories, but who knows if I’m right. We are in cultural anarchy appropriate now. It’s all activity to blast appealing soon.”
I additionally acclimated our email barter to ask her about article that had been aggravation me aback I’d started advertisement the story: accepting to accredit to abounding of the women who arise in Penthouse as “Pets.” “I accept how the appellation ‘pet’ may betoken subservience, but Penthouse Pets accept consistently been strong, powerful, developed women. It’s all how you attending at it,” Barber-Way replied. “The acceptance that women in the developed industry are brainless and abject because they accomplish amative ball for a active and appetite in the appellation ‘Penthouse Pet’ is ridiculous. As Camille Paglia already wrote, ‘The prostitute is not, as feminists claim, the victim of men, but rather their conqueror, an outlaw, who controls the animal channels amid attributes and culture.’ Penthouse annual is a abode of changeable worship. Pussy is God.”
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