Rashida Jones is speaking openly about what turns women on and it’s not what you’d expect.
Jones is a producer, director, and creator of Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, a Netflix documentary series that delves into different facets of the porn industry worldwide – the follow-up to the hard-hitting 2015 doc Hot Girls Wanted.
The woman of many talents recently opened up about her porn preferences in an interview with Refinery 29, and touched on what she thinks women really want when it comes to erotic viewing.
Better yet she compared her tastes in porn to her food preferences.
“I’m getting pickier with my porn like I am with my food. I want to know how it was made, I want to know that everybody’s having a good time, and I want to know that the orgasms are real,” she said.
She went further to discuss the complexities of female arousal and what she and other ladies are into.
“There was a study that showed that straight men are turned on by straight porn, and gay men are turned on by gay porn. But women are turned on by everything!
“Animal sex, fantasies, gay sex, orgies, everything. We’re so complex. So let us be complex and be turned on by all types of different things — not just male fantasies,” she added.
We’re guessing animal sex refers to watching two non humans go at it, as opposed to beastiality which is f*cked up…
She was referencing the lack of porn for women within the industry and the violent images that are more prevalent on internet porn sites, mostly directed at women.
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On instead looks at the filmmakers and women in the realm who are fighting to change perceptions, like erotic filmmaker Erika Lust who was previously interviewed by loaded.
She is focused on female preferences in her films and the orgasms are usually very real. Perhaps letting the ladies take over will change porn for the better. Animal sex and all.