“Considering that you can find me naked and fucking on the internet just by Googling my name, I’ve for sure thought this may be a problem for my mothering,” shares Maria Llopis, Spain’s most distinctive post-porn activist and a mother-of-one.
Llopis, who won this year’s PorYes Feminist Porn Award, is giving a talk on subversive motherhood at a cozy, library-like venue filled with yellow dotted tea cups and string lights in Berlin’s artsy neighborhood of Kreuzberg. Women with rounded bellies sit in rows on floor cushions in what feels more like an underground mom collective than an official talk. I am just in time to see Llopis glide to the front of the room before she dives into the taboo topic at hand.
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