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"About a Girl" — a steamy solo and a powerful premiere...

Female. Solo. Masturbation. Three words that describe one immensely popular subject. In the world of erotica nothing could be much simpler. And nothing could be so dazzlingly complex. A woman, alone, pleasuring herself. No props, no toys, no partner(s), no plot, no dialog — nothing but a woman, alone, bringing herself to orgasm for the sheer, indulgent delight of autoerotically-induced pleasure. Is it any wonder the genre enjoys such lasting and widespread popularity?

But just because something is simple, and just because it is in high demand, far from ensures that each and every example of solo masturbation will be at all memorable, or even watchable. The low quality of so much solo female erotica is due to a (usually) male director who may have a less-than complete understanding and appreciation of the female psyche and libido, and performers who can be coached and coaxed to over-play the action until all the realism is drained away and it becomes nothing more than a vehicle for solo male masturbation. In my career (and, yes, in civilian life, as well) I've viewed countless hours of female masturbation video. With a few exceptions, all is long-forgotten. A favorite girl lingers in memory, perhaps. Or a truly exceptional performance. But those standouts are few and far between in the crowded field of routine female masturbation movies.

But few things at SexArt are routine. Indeed, the site exists to break away from the accepted "average," and produce an exceptional product for a consumer who craves something superior. And SexArt members with an interest in female solo masturbation can look forward to a fine example of the art form in a few short days.

The film in question is titled, simply, "About a Girl." It was conceived and created by director Alis Locanta. And it stars a brilliant new arrival named, simply, Agatha. "About a Girl" is Agatha's SexArt debut, and it is about as impressive a debut as I can remember. This girl is beautiful — European high fashion model beautiful. Her limbs are long and graceful, her features refined, her lips full, her eyes haunting, her complexion luminous. One would not be at all surprised to see her commanding the catwalk at haute couture shows in Paris or Milan. But finding her here, seeing her deliver such an effortless, sincere, and absolutely unselfconscious performance — that is the real surprise! Agatha is a natural beauty of rare quality and she also happens to be a performer with the rare ability to appear completely sincere and seem as if she isn't performing at all, simply enjoying herself, by herself, for her sole pleasure.

"About a Girl" is beautifully simple, and simply beautiful. Agatha sits at a table reading a magazine. She eats a grape. The camera, pleasantly confined by the tiled walls of the sleek space, moves back and forth, up and down, moving in for detail as needed, and then pulling back out again — and capturing some striking, unexpected images along the way. And yet the brilliance of Agatha's performance is that the camera doesn't exist for her. She is alone, existing only for herself, for these moments of exquisite intimate pleasure. Yes, Agatha is a pleasure to watch, and her future on film looks promising. And "About a Girl" is about as good as solo female masturbation gets.

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"The Writer" — sex and art, fantasy and fiction, and incendiary erotica...

The site was named SexArt for very specific reasons. Designed from a clean sheet of paper, as an expression of the creative vision of its founders, SexArt was created to provide explicit erotica in inventive, intriguing, and innovative new ways. Sex would always come first, but Art would always be a key component in the equation. And nowhere is this fact made more clear than in SexArt's diverse and constantly expanding collection of erotic motion pictures.

SexArt movies defy industry stereotypes and challenge audience expectations. Would you like to see a porno parody of a mainstream movie? A sexual spoof of a popular TV comedy? Sorry, you won't find that sort of worn-out and witless material at SexArt. What you will find, however, are movies that explore a wide variety of genres and styles, that present romance, lust, sex, passion and orgasmic fulfillment from a highly stylish and intensely human perspective.

And that brings us, not at all coincidentally, to a forthcoming SexArt feature motion picture: "The Writer."

Written and directed by Italy's Alis Locanta, "The Writer" skillfully and stylishly explores the intersections and overlaps between fiction and fantasy, dreams and desires, images and actualities.

In narrative terms "The Writer" is the soul of simplicity. MetArt Network contract superstar Lorena B headlines as a writer of fiction who takes her inspiration from her own incendiary masturbatory fantasies. If she finds herself at a loss for ideas she gives in to her own autoerotic desires, and as orgasm approaches, so do a flood of potential plotlines.

At work on her laptop she explores differing themes and possible outcomes. But what is real? What is imagined? What is truth? What is fiction? Those questions and their possible answers contribute much to the flavor and atmosphere of the film.

But story, style, and theme in "The Writer" all serve to richen, emphasize, and enhance the action — the story that Lorena B so vividly brings to life with a career-best performance. Lorena B is as beautiful here as ever — and by that I mean breathtakingly beautiful. But her performance is no less noteworthy. Somehow she manages to come across as completely natural and unaffected, very much herself, but also fully inhabiting her character. But even in the act of acting out her own fantasies she's completely genuine and spontaneous — there's nothing false about her seductions, nothing faked about her sexuality or the sex she gives, receives, and — above all — enjoys so completely in "The Writer."

Before this becomes a love letter to Lorena B let me add that every star needs a costar, and Alexis Brill — young, slender, seemingly innocent, and extremely beautiful — is perfectly cast as object and embodiment of Lorena's fantasies. While the balance of power in this relationship is absolutely an element of the story, there's no doubt that, in terms of the quality and sincerity of the performance, that these two actresses are very much equals.

I will tell you that "The Writer" is stylishly executed and wonderfully acted. And that the sex is truly exceptional. Those are honest, accurate representations of my reactions. But sex is intensely personal, as is an individual's reaction to a work of art. I urge you to view "The Writer" as soon as it is released, and then you can see for yourself how it mixes sex and art as only a SexArt motion picture can.

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    allisonparker19 27 minutes ago

    Nice hegre alternative but IMO still needs to be slower and more sensual before the "finale". I think with some practice and volume, you guys have the potential to replace them!

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    Shakau 6 hours ago

    A simple yet beautiful masterpiece of erotica. Kinuski's gorgeous smile is absolutely disarming and warms my heart.

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    Leslove 6 hours ago

    Kinuski looks an awful lot like Gracie to me. Are you sure we haven't just changed the name to protect the immaculate soloist Gracie?

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    Desal 7 hours ago

    Wow! Kinuski is fantastic and I hope to see more from her soon!

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    cpatitsas 7 hours ago

    Tania is a fantastic. Here is a full well endowed woman for self sex play. She moans and masturbates at a speed that takes you along to share her deep sexual pleasure . She is is a superb!

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    Rose 13 hours agoCommunity Staff

    A fun story and a cute new girl :-)

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    Doggleboon 1 day ago

    OMG... that pussy!

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    dinbmyesitis 1 day agoLifetime member

    Fabulous set! I like the eye make-up with the little wing like at the outside corner of the eye. #81 shows it nicely. This girl warms my core.

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    phairfie01 1 day ago

    Every photo setting entices the viewer by the setting and its surrounding. I loved the couch that Sybil was lounging on. Is there any chance Nudero might revisit the setting or find out the manufacturer ?

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    ArEm1965 2 days ago

    A must-see indeed. Yet again Andrej Lupin produces a very erotic piece of work. But a crime that Emylia is given just 19 minutes to play with Miss Miller 😭. It would be great to see some extended scenes and this one begs for more time.

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