make love not porn

The industry is finally evolving and it could mean good things for everyone.
I consider myself a proudly visible member of the most invisible segment of our society - older women. I want to help redefine how society thinks an older woman should look, talk, dress, and date, all by the way I live my life.
If you are following me on Facebook and Twitter, superficially my life looks incredibly glamorous, but trust me, it’s not
Watch the full segment on HuffPost Live. In an earlier interview with HuffPost's Betsy Isaacson, Gallop described the difficulty
About a decade ago, Cindy Gallop, a pixie-like businesswoman, said she began dating and sleeping with men about half her
2009-12-02-tedtalk.jpgSpeaking from her personal experience, Gallop argues that hardcore pornography has distorted the way a generation of young men think about sex, and talked about how she was fighting back.