Feminist Themes and Big Milf Juggs

Would you please talk about feminist themes in your films like Big MILF Juggs 3? And when will there be Big MILF Juggs 4?

Lisa, MO, 39

Hey Lisa,

I am not sure I will be directing Big Milf Juggs 4, as I am busy with other projects coming out in the next few months. However, I  welcome the opportunity (should it present itself) to do another movie centered around the glorifcation of breasts without question!

What exactly are feminist themes? I ask this question rhetorically. There have been a great many debates about pornography and feminism in the past decade. Some feminists are vastly opposed to porn, while others embrace it as a form of expression. Feminism, to me, is the freedom to express myself sexually in whatever way I choose. When society tries to label female sexuality and to categorize what is and what is not acceptable for women, that undermines a woman’s freedom to define her own sexuality. Some people have said that Romance Porn is for women, but that’s such a vast and incorrect generalization. It appeals to SOME women, but not all women. It appeals to some men, but not ALL men. Romance Porn has certainly never been my go-to porn fetish. My go-tos are usually big boob films or scenes that showcase predominently submissive women. Does that mean that I like porn for men? No. I like porn that gets me off as an individual, and as a woman living in the 21st century, I have the right to enjoy and get off to whatever gets me off.

So there is no way that I can define which feminist themes exist in Big Milf Juggs 3. All I can say is that that film showcases breasts, which get me off. It showcases confident older women, which gets me off. It also explores a variety of different relationships between men and women (some in positions of dominance, others in positions of submission) and all of those things get me off. Will that get off all women? No. Will that get off some women? Sure. Women have diverse sexual palates, and if there is a female behind the lens of a camera shooting any particular type of form, the nature of that film will be feminist, because it is representing female sexuality.

I hope that answers your question!

Thanks for reaching out.

Jacky St. James

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About The Author

Jacky St. James hails from the East Coast, graduating with a BA in Drama and Anthropology and is a multiple award winning adult writer and director for New Sensations.

She is known for a wide-range of films from romantic comedies to edgier all-sex releases with her most acclaimed titles being: Torn, The Friend Zone, Power and Control, Love is a Dangerous Game, The Submission of Emma Marx, and Dear Abby. Torn, her most successful film to date, went on to receive Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Couples’ Release, and Best Screenplay award wins during the 2012 award season.

During her career in adult, Jacky has been an advocate of couple’s-oriented pornography and has been a guest speaker at UC – Santa Barbara, UCLA, AEE, XBIZ 360 and has been featured in several popular mainstream publications including Jezebel, Slate, and the Examiner.

Jacky shares pictures, clips, and stories about her successes and debacles as a woman working within the adult industry on her website: missjackystjames.com

From? An east coast, white-bred, conservative town

Age? 36

Fav. Food? Sushi or Pizza! Although I will eat just about anything.

Fav. Alcoholic Drink? I am not a drinker, but when I do drink, it’s usually Chocolate wine!

Fav. Book? Bright Shiny Morning by James Frey. I also am a fan of We Need to Talk about Kevin, The Count of Monte Cristo, and the Complete Works of Shakespeare

Fav. Movie? It’s a toss up between Miracle (about the 1980 US Hockey team defeating the Soviets) or Shawshank Redemption (which was cinematic perfection).

One Fun Fact? I have a severe allergy to cooking. I’m working through it.

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