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Shine Louise Houston Debuts New Short Film OCCUPIED on PINKLABEL.TV
a queer, hardcore romance for the 99%.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — OCCUPIED, a new short film from award-winning porn producer Shine Louise Houston, is a hardcore romance for the 99%. When an Occupy protester (Maggie Mayhem) dares to strike back at a brutal cop (Kathryn Dupri), the chase is on. Officer Dupri soon finds better uses for her baton, and Maggie’s neither passive nor resistant. But can a cop be trusted? Or is all fair in love and class war? Artfully edited and beautifully explicit, OCCUPIED keeps you guessing from start to stop.
The film also features legendary Feminist Porn icon Annie Sprinkle (herself a champion of sex worker rights and health care) and her wife and artistic collaborator Elizabeth Stephens (in a nonsexual role).
“OCCUPIED has been my favorite porn project to date,” says star Maggie Mayhem. “I’m thrilled it’s out of production for all of you to see.” Mayhem draws from her experience as a supporter of the Oakland and New Haven Occupy camps. Her project with partner Ned Mayhem, “Meet the Mayhems,” documented Oakland’s police action on the October 2011 raid. Maggie spent time with the New Haven camp and visited City Hall with them in February of 2012.
OCCUPIED debuts on Pink & White Production’s fair-trade VOD porn hub, PinkLabel.tv. The short film is also available to Level 3 Members in the “Keymaster’s Reserve” area of CrashPadSeries.com.
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About Pink & White Productions
Founded by Shine Louise Houston in 2005, Pink & White Productions is known for portraying authentic queer desire and fluidity of sexuality and gender in adult cinema. The company’s featured films and projects have screened world-wide, and presented at academic institutions, most recently at Standford University. Houston has been honored at the PorYes Feminist Porn Awards in Berlin and was noted Toronto’s Feminist Porn Awards’ Visionary, as well as Curve Magazine’s Sex Curator. Her work adds representation to queer sexualities, spanning communities of color, gender expression, sexual desire, body politics, BDSM and other marginalized experiences with strikingly beautiful cinematography, humor, and realism. Following the popular best-selling movie “The Crash Pad,” the company’s website CrashPadSeries.com portrays an illustrious San Francisco apartment where queers go to have the best sex of their lives. Houston’s project HeavenlySpire.com explores masculine sexuality in her signature style. Her digital distribution website PinkLabel.tv is a fair-trade VOD hub for independent adult filmmakers. For more information about Shine Louise Houston and Pink & White Productions, visit PinkWhite.biz.
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