The Village Voice columnist Michael Musto, says "he calls me a 'schweinhund.'" This in relation to the "bizarre video" used to promote the Headpress book Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography by Robert Rosen... Read the full story»
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Renegade Nazi discusses the publication in the UK of Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography, by Robert Rosen. And accepts the unconditional surrender of degenerate Headpress organization.
Renegade Nazi discusses the impending publication in the UK of "Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography," by Robert Rosen.
"Beaver Street" is the first book in 10 years from New York journalist Robert Rosen, author of "Nowhere Man: The Final Days of John Lennon," an international bestseller. Headpress is scheduled to publish this investigative memoir on October 7.
Rosen's controversial commentary, based on his 16 years of experience working behind the x-rated scenes of porn magazines like High Society, Stag, and D-Cup, lifts the lid on two lucrative decades of mainstream pornography, from the conception of free phone sex and glossy erotica to the economic devastation wrought by the growth of the Internet. Rosen points fingers, names names, and offers sophisticated analysis alongside his vivid and fascinating personal recollections. "Beaver Street" is funny and dark, salacious and insightful, and never less than completely compelling.
For sixteen years Robert Rosen worked behind the X-rated scenes of such porn magazines as High Society, Stag, and D-Cup. In Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography, Rosen blows the lid off the lucrative and politically hounded adult industry, providing a darkly engaging account of its tumultuous decades—from the defining Traci Lords scandal and the conception of ‘free’ phone sex to the burgeoning success of smut in cyberspace in the twenty-first century. Buy the book»