Pink and White Productions to Screen Select Works at Tate Modern Museum

LONDON — Pink and White Productions has been invited to screen select works by director Shine Louise Houston at the Tate Modern Museum in London this Saturday, Oct. 22.

The presentation, according to Pink and White Productions, “is part of the Bedfellows exhibit, exploring the potential of adult film as a pedagogic tool with performance, video and text work curated by sex educator Kate Dawson.”

Selected clips will include “Bed Party” — which features Eden Alexander and Sebastian Keys and won the Feminist Porn Award for Best Boygasm — and “CrashPad's Guide to Fisting,” which won Prix du Public in Switzerland’s La Fete Du Slip. The presentation will also include clips from — which features Stefani Special, Mistress Kara, Chocolate Chip, Eros LaFemme, Paris Lincoln, Sami Price, Juliette March and James Darling — as well as a scene from Houston's masculine appreciation project “Heavenly Spire,” featuring James Darling and Quinn Valentine. 

Contributing writers include Kirsty Kross, Victoria Sin, Chloe Cooper and Jenny Moore. 

The event will also feature illustrated reviews by comic creators Erika Moen and Matthew Nolan and essays by Mx. Nillin (“How Learning About Queer Sex Taught Me Self-Love”), and Creatrix Tiara, aka Mendhi Henna (“Vaginismus and Non-Penetrative Sex Is “Queer Sex”) as well as an excerpt from Cyndi Darnell's “Using Sexually Explicit Media in a Therapeutic Context.”

Pink and White Productions said, “Arrive early; latecomers will not be admitted. The free screening is open by reservation only, and is strictly 18 and older. IDs will be required for entry.”

On Saturday, the doors will open at 5:30 p.m. — and the performance will start at 6:00 p.m.

To RSVP, call (0)20 7887 8888, and enter Option 3, or e-mail

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