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Takin’ It To the Streets

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

We were in Minneapolis a couple weeks ago, when the Minneapolis SlutWalk took place, on October 1st, 2011.

The Minneapolis SlutWalk video, courtesy of Mill City Times, shows a typical cross-section of relatively young, relatively white Minneapolis, a city that with its sister city of St. Paul has a population of approximately three-quarters of a million people. That’s where Nan went to college, too, at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

SlutWalk Minneapolis was bound to be tamer than SlutWalk London, which was held in June, or SlutWalk New York, which was also held on October 1, 2011.

More men, it seemed, were in attendance at the Minneapolis protest, than at other protests. One was shirtless. The state was breaking autumn heat wave records, and it has turned out to be the hottest stretch in 132 years. In the 80s every day, ugh.

SlutWalks originated last spring 2011 in Toronto, when, according to a CBC report, a Toronto police constable in January told a York University personal security class that “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized.”

The antiviolence SlutWalk protests are sex-positive, unlike the mostly anti-porn Take Back the Night marches of the 1970s and 1980s, before women reclaimed their right to be sexual beings.

In response, and an historic turning point, On Our Backs was born, the brainchild of Deborah Sundahl, Nan Kinney, Myrna Elena and Susie Bright.

Women and lesbians began celebrating sex and sexuality in a way they hadn’t before. Women’s desires were shown in all their glory in On Our Backs magazine and those first Fatale videos.

For a perfect example of a now-classic lesbian video, don’t miss Fatale Media’s Clips. Nan and Deb star, and there is one scene in there from Deborah that is still our favorite.

Yours in good love and sex,

Nan & Christi


Sexy September

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

As the weather finally cool down a bit, we’re happy to be snuggling up inside. For some reason, this has been a long, long summer. We’re ready to say enjoy some romantic, cozy days.

We like Deborah Sundahl’s recommendation for parents and couples so busy they can’t find time to enjoy each other’s company. Her new “Ask Fanny” column addresses the issues: “Finding Time for Romance.”

The New York Times had a piece earlier this week—front page, no less—on bullying in Minnesota. It happens everywhere, not just in Minnesota, and we’re glad to see attention brought to this issue of bullying gay kids.

Here is the link to the article:
In Suburb, Battle Goes Public on Bullying of Gay Students” by Erik Eckholm.

The link is posted on Fatale’s Facebook page, too, if that’s easier. For sure the article is worth reading.

Yours in good love and sex,

Nan & Christi

P.S. For a really sexy September, check out Fatale Media sexy DVDs.

P.P.S. Don’t forget to like FataleMedia on Facebook!

Shar Comes to Visit

Friday, May 1st, 2009

The lovely Shar Rednour came to visit on Wednesday and is leaving today, but we thought we’d show you some photos. She and Nan are shooting more Bend Over Boyfriend footage.

Director Shar Rednour at the Camera with Producer Nan Kinney

Director Shar Rednour at the Camera with Producer Nan Kinney

Director Shar Rednour

Director Shar Rednour with Nan Kinney on Camera