Belle Knox

In the episode, titled "Pornstar’s Requiem," Evie Barnes -- "a slim brunette who could be my sister," said Knox -- is a college
The black-and-gold JPEG invitation arrived in my inbox back in June, miraculously dodging the spam filter. "You and a guest are invited to join us as we celebrate our 40th anniversary." It was from Hustler magazine.
Editor's note: Miriam Weeks previously asked to only be identified by her stage name, Belle Knox, but has now given The Huffington
The proceeds go to help Maggie's, a group advocating on behalf of sex workers in Canada. In December, the Supreme Court of
The oldest profession in the world is alive and well. Although most sex workers historically have not had a public voice
What she likes about her job: "I get to show different sorts of sexuality and sexual tastes and acts in what I feel is a
Marie is part of the "college girls" category, but this is as far as the truth stretches; the picture beside her sex chat persona is a voluptuous, sultry brunette. The reality is a petite and softly-spoken blonde who seems as far removed from an insatiable, risque vixen as you can get.
Ever since controversial undergrad/Duke porn star Belle Knox announced she’d be headlining her first strip show in NYC on
The sad truth is that both writers at National Review and The Nation share an idealized, fairy-tale conception sex -- though, of course, the details differ -- along with a ruthless impulse to shame and stigmatize the men and women who deviate from their scripts.
I think that I should be able to wear whatever the hell I want without being labeled as a slut. This idea that men cannot control their impulses is archaic and offensive.
It's a soggy spring night, closing in on 10:00, and Duke freshman Miriam Weeks is on the hunt for new panties. Which in someone's
Red and Kate join HuffPost Live to talk about how their professors reacted when they found out the two were strippers.
We assign a cultural significance to sex; it is for procreation and the preservation of the family unit. We are told it is to be cherished and not commodified, but meanwhile sex screams at us from every billboard and TV channel. It seems sex can be used to sell everything except for sex itself.
"Shocked" doesn't quite describe the response to the news, a few months ago, that a Duke University freshman is pursuing
This girl has been on a media blitz lately, defending her decisions after being "outed." And my curiosity piqued. I had to
What action can the porn industry take to empower porn stars suffering (men or women, both during and after their careers) from the negative stereotypes associated with sex work?
However, college women performing sex work rarely share that information on campus. Many of them fear the kind of backlash
British and American tabloids have disregarded Knox's request to be identified by her stage name and have used her birth
Despite my vehement support for Knox, her career and her right to make whatever choices she deems empowering and necessary, the overwhelming emotion I felt was discomfort. It was the least sexy sexual experience I've ever had.
"The thing about porn that most people don't understand is that it juxtaposes this world where women live and where we're