We debated it for a while, since we've turned down interview requests before, for the sake of anonymity. However, we were led to believe that this story would shed a positive light on MakeLoveNotPorn.tv and we could spread the good word about our involvement in it and why we've taken part.
The interview was done in our apartment by a small team and we felt like we were respected, our anonymity kept in tact, mostly, and that they weren't out to shame us for our blog or videos.
We talked to the reporter for about a half hour. We covered a lot of ground, and we both felt like we made some really great points about the state of pornography, America's hypocrisy about sexuality and our culture's inability to discuss sexuality in a healthy way.
What remained was one pull quote.
Ah well, at least we gave it a go.
All in all, the piece sheds a fine light on the site and doesn't seem to be negative about what Cindy and the team at MLNP are trying to do, which is a positive. Also, Cindy's drinking a martini with the reporter in the Black Apartment, which is pretty fucking badass.
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