Iris De La Cruz interviews artist and activist Annie Sprinkle, who describes her experience making pornography as the "good life." She describes how she came to work in pornography and her experience with Linda Lovelace. Sprinkle discusses censorship and women against pornography, and is asked about her family's response to her making pornography. Contains listener phone calls.
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