by Conor Friedersdorf

I'm delighted to report that filmmaker Tony Comstock is guest-blogging for James Fallows this week. Here's an interesting line from his introduction:

We live in an age when extremely graphic, often lurid or even upsetting sexual imagery is but a mouse click away, while at the same time, images that explore and celebrate sexuality in the context of love, commitment, and mutual pleasure are vanishingly rare. This is something that bothers me, and it's something I've devoted a good portion of my professional life to trying to change.
A worthy project.

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