Oh, ok girl. Rashida Jones has a preference when it comes to watching adult content. Find out what the actress revealed about viewing porn and more inside…
Listen, we're all about sexually liberated women. So round of applause to actress Rashida Jones for letting folks know what's up.
When it comes to watching porn, Rashida has preference. And she’s not afraid to share what she likes to see when two (or more) adults are getting it in.
She’s currently on the promo trail for her Netflix original series “Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On” (that she’s executive producing). The six-episode series will cover topics about sex, technology and dating. The series came about after good reviews on Hot Girls Wanted, her 2015 documentary about amateurs getting into the porn industry.
While chopping it up with Refinery 29, she spilled what she enjoys seeing when it comes to adult content. The “Parks and Recreation” star wants to know what she’s watching are real orgasms and that the people engaged in the act are having fun.
"Working in this space has for sure affected my relationship with porn. To be honest, I struggled even before we started working together [on the show]. When you go search for porn, the first stuff that pops up is not the stuff I wanted to see. It was very violent and abusive, and it was hard for me to find something to reflect my desires. And now that I know more and more about it, 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. I mean, I can't know all that stuff, but I want it to feel that way at least."
She noted women like porn just as much as men and that women can get aroused by almost any sexual act.
“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."
So, does Rashinda feel porn is empowering or degrading for women?
"It's so personal, and I think it’s dangerous to declare anything as the road to female empowerment, period. Some girls are really self-possessed, and they know what they're doing, and they love sex, and they've always wanted to do it, and they're camming and they have control over what they're doing. And then some girls are just not built for it. But I think there's a pressure to feel like you should be empowered by it. And not everybody is. It's different for everyone."
You can read her full interview here.
"Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On" is currently streaming on Netflix.