Unlike many other books on pornography which concentrate on arguments about restricting or not restricting pornography, this book focuses on the production of adult videos. It outlines and examines the industrial dynamics of the industry, its strategies, technological capabilities and organisational structure. It discusses the socialisation of those who participate in the industry, the role of censorship, the nature of markets and the wider cultural impact of the industry. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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In some ways, Christmas in Japan is similar to Christmas in other countries. Christmas trees and lights go up around town, and good little boys and girls look forward to getting presents from Santa sometimes with an assist from very clever stores. But in other ways, Christmas in Japan is very different, and perhaps the most different is that unlike many other countries, Japan actually watches more porn on Christmas. But Japan sticks out from the rest and watches 8 percent more Pornhub content on Christmas day. So what is it that makes Japan extra-horny in the yuletide season? In Japan, Christmas, or more specifically Christmas Eve, is supposed to be the most romantically passionate night of the year. The ideal for young couples is to go out to a fancy dinner, enjoy some strawberry-adorned Christmas cake, exchange presents, and then head straight to a hotel for some consenting-adult action, so Japan already has sex on the brain around December
Adult videos are focused on sex, and may not in some cases have a storyline. The mainstream studio Nikkatsu focused on pink films through its Roman Porno line from through V-cinema or OV also tend to focus on a story, but sex if present is less central, and they are released on video to be displayed in video stores or rental shops alongside mainstream movies. Many V-cinema works are produced by video-focused subsidiaries of the big film studios, e. SHV Cinema for Shochiku.