Aussie Ethical Porn You Should Be Watching!

Porn. I love it. I love how diverse it is and how no matter what you’re into, you can most likely find a clip or film that will speak to your inner-most desires. While yes I agree that there are some real issues in the world of pornography, I absolutely disagree that porn itself is the problem.

Exploitation and violence against women (whether in the form of physical violence or other more subtle ways like emotional and financial abuse) are definitely issues that surround the industry, and must be spoken out about and stopped… But that is not the whole story, and there are some amazingly positive and ethical porn companies and performers that are changing the way we look at the industry, and indeed women in porn. 

One of the most exciting things about this new shift is how prevalent it is in Australia with Australian companies and actors changing the industry from the inside. As huge porn fans, we at Adult Match Maker wanted to pay tribute to, and celebrate some of the amazing Aussie women in porn who are opening up the conversations and mindsets around this controversial subject, and showing the world just how brilliantly ethical, non-radically feminist, and deliciously erotic porn can be.

Morgana Muses and Permission 4 Pleasure

Anyone who knows me knows Morgana is my best friend. I always need to make that disclaimer because inevitably someone will call bias, but she has made this list for all the reasons we became friends… Not just because of it. Morgana is changing the way we view women in porn, and in the way we see older women in general. At 40 she was a depressed, invisible housewife. She was unhappy, un-sexual, and basically ready to die. At 50 she is a multi award-winning, international porn star speaking at conferences and festivals with some of the biggest names in porn. Her story and journey is an incredible one of empowerment, awakening and rebirth and one that has not only inspired and re-energised women all over the world into giving themselves permission to explore and indulge their sexual selves, but is also the subject of an incredible new documentary being released next year called Morgana. I encourage everyone to check it out when it's released.

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Michelle Flynn and Lightsouthern

In 2011, after spending a lot of time around women in the adult industry, film maker Michelle Flynn decided to create her own porn company, Lightsouthern, to celebrate the unique and beautiful imagery that was so rarely seen in porn. With her production crew of all women, Michelle creates these gorgeously cinematic films oozing with eroticism and sensuality, choosing actors with great chemistry, and storylines and images that are quintessentially Australian. Within five years of creation, Lightsouthern has become a huge multi-faceted business including film production in both mainstream porn and indy, an online toy store and online cinema, and even creating Australia’s very first virtual reality porn. With nominations and awards given in almost every recognisable porn award show there is including the AVN in Vegas and the Berlin Porn Festival, Michelle is taking the world by storm and changing the way we view pornography, women, and the combination of both.

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Lucie Bee

Lucie, otherwise known as the Goddess of Geek, is an Aussie pornstar stepping out of all the boxes to make her mark, and is changing the world as she does it. Combining her love of geek and cosplay with her love of sex and performing, and her strong moral code, Lucie has become a fixture in the Australian media speaking out loudly and intelligently on the stigma and issues adult industry workers face. She has stood up publicly to some of the biggest anti-sex voices in Australia to not only provide facts and reason in an often unreasonable debate, but to also be a voice for the hundreds of women (and men) who cannot speak up usually due to the fear of how society treats sexual women, and even more so those who use it for financial gain. Her activism and strength is inspiring and her porn is freaking hot as! 

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Anna Brownfield and Poison Apple Productions

Anna’s films are, quite simply, amazing. They feature strong women and uniquely interesting storylines that focus on the pleasure of sex, the eroticism of women, and the overall chemistry and connections we discover when we connect sexually. Her multi-award-winning films have been shown in festivals around the world including the Feminist Porn Awards, Berlin Porn Festival, Cinekink, and even at the Cannes Film Market. Her messages of female positivity, sexuality and the diverseness of it all shine through the screen in gorgeous colour, movement, and downright delicious sexiness. 

Follow Anna Brownfield on Twitter 
Read our interview with Anna 

Ms Naughty and Bright Desire

With a background in libraries and writing Ms Naughty, the founder and owner of Bright Desire, began her foray into the adult world as a writer for the Australian Women’s Forum (a long gone women’s erotica and porn mag in the same vein as Playgirl) and curating online porn sites. In 2003 she set up the website “For The Girls”, an erotic website for straight women, which is still going strong, and in 2004 Ms Naughty was born in the form of a blog which spoke about erotica and porn for women. 2008 saw her pick up her first camera and film, “That’s What I Like”, which went on to win a Petra Joy Award and set the path for her journey into the world of feminist porn and women’s erotica. With multiple awards under her belt and a regular speaker at conferences and events around the world, Ms Naughty is a fixture in the world of sex positive feminism and her messages of celebrating female pleasure and sexuality have been published in many books and journals, leading the way for the next generation of ethical and feminist pornographers.

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Keep watching our blog for our upcoming interview with Michelle Flynn from Lightsouthern 

16 Comments

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    Darkstud
    More than a month ago

    A big thank you to these wonderful women who are putting Australia in the world porn map............for all the good reasons. Well done!

  • blueangela
    More than a month ago

    If you have some ideas about porn stories and situations, how do you start to make it a reality? Do you need to make a full script? What is the best format for non- violent porn, girl next door stuff? Who is best to send ides to here in Australia?

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      AMM.Editor
      More than a month ago

      Google more about these women and other Aussie porn companies as there are a few out there and get a feel for what Australia is producing and then find a niche and pitch it to a company you feel you would work well with.

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    XXXpornstar
    More than a month ago

    I love porn. Where can I watch some of this porn?

    • AMM.Editor Photo
      AMM.Editor
      More than a month ago

      Click on the Twitter links or google them, they all have websites.

  • Imabitshy3850
    More than a month ago

    I'm curious, how does a guy become a male performer in Aussie made ethical porn? ;)

    • DeliciousEva Photo
      DeliciousEva
      More than a month ago

      Follow the directors and producers and watch out for cast call outs.
      They often do them. I know Anna Brownfield has quite often had public call outs.

      Do NOT send performers messages asking for "auditions" or telling them about your bits or stamina or anything. Do NOT make a nuisance of yourself and send creepy messages or photos.
      If you're actually serious, follow the male stars of these films on twitter and Facebook and see what sort of things they do. A lot of them are also male escorts which is another hard (no pun intended) job to do.

      The fantasy of performing in porn versus the reality are very different.

      Good luck.

  • heeriam
    More than a month ago

    Porn movies with story-lines are usually rubbish. Everyone gets turned on by different things so just watch what gets you off, not what someone says you should watch.

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      AMM.Editor
      More than a month ago

      But isn't it great we have award winning Aussie film makers who are making ethical porn.

    • heeriam
      More than a month ago

      Yes I'm certainly not arguing that part.

    • DeliciousEva Photo
      DeliciousEva
      More than a month ago

      Nowhere have I told anyone what to watch or what genre or type of scene to like.
      I've just showcased production houses and performers that work within ethical and feminist boundaries to create brilliant work.
      Every single one of these women produce different styles, genres, fetishes, everything...
      Enjoy.


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    AeonFlux007
    More than a month ago

    fantastic, love it. But I don't have Twiter

    • AMM.Editor Photo
      AMM.Editor
      More than a month ago

      Google them, they all have websites. Or if you're on Instagram we shared the post this morning and tagged their accounts.

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    GeekyNightOwl
    More than a month ago

    So much mainstream porn nowadays screams rape culture, it's really disheartening. Thankyou so much for sharing this.

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    Pleasuremywife2
    More than a month ago

    Porn can be likened to many things, such as steak, wine and sport. Done poorly, it's an abomination. Done properly, it's marvellous and a joy.
    Thank you for bringing the subject out of the dark alleys of disgust into mainstream entertainment. Yes, we Aussies do love our porn, but only when done properly.

    • OneSeeksTwo Photo
      OneSeeksTwo
      More than a month ago

      Your wine analogy is a good one. Something so beautiful and personal should be treated exactly as that....

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