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By Jill C. Nelson

Golden Goddesses vibrantly casts gentle upon twenty-five major ladies focused on the erotic movie in the course of its Golden period, among the years 1968-1985 whilst participation in grownup productions was once unlawful. Profiling performers, administrators, scriptwriters and costumers, Golden Goddesses is a palate of insights, intimacy, vulnerability and power, because it immerses readers into the lives of those celebrated and audacious adult females. Delicately crafted with movie highlights and greater than three hundred pictures, Golden Goddesses captures the quintessence of a rebellious spirit from days long past by. <span>Featuring the author's personal interviews with Marilyn Chambers, Seka, Kay Parker, Rhonda Jo Petty, Serena, Georgina Spelvin, Juliet Anderson, Candida Royalle, Sharon Mitchell, Gloria Leonard, Annie Sprinkle, Ann Perry, Jody Maxwell, Barbara turbines, Veronica Hart, Kelly Nichols, Ginger Lynn, Kitten Natividad, Amber Lynn, Laurie Holmes, Christy Canyon, Julia St. Vincent, Roberta Findlay, Nina Hartley, and Raven Touchstone.</span>

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There were different aspects of the dream, as the following accounts show. Elizabeth Haywood explained: Oh, I think that for me, as for many women, it was some of the same sorts of things, the sort of beauty of the environment, the wildness of the place, the last frontier stuff, the mystery, the fables, the mythology of the Antarctic as well. I’ve read Ursula Le Guin on this subject—and even for women there is that sort of magic of what Antarctica means to human beings, and the challenge and the other-worldliness it represents.

Perhaps they are a contemporary answer to the routinisation of national Antarctic activity. Interestingly, given the ‘explorer’ tradition, women have readily found a place on these expeditions since the 1970s. On voyages today, roles are less clearly defined in domestic, assistant and principal actor terms, and women share the rigours of small boats on huge seas, at least one of which has sunk in pack ice. ’ 1911–12. They were the first to climb the Axel Heiberg glacier since Amundsen, and undertook an impressive scientific program, but had to turn back at 86ЊS.

I was flabbergasted to get it, though I also knew I’d get it. ’ Or as Mandy Holmes, twice chef at Casey, more simply stated, ‘adventure, travel’ were two of the many attractions. She added that the second time she went, the opportunity to study during her spare time was also appealing. Several women listed specific aspects of the job, especially the opportunity to work on their own, as part of the attraction. From talking to the women, it became obvious that challenge was part of the Antarctic experience, if not an acknowledged motivation for embarking on it.

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