Vivid-Ed, the sex education imprint of Vivid Entertainment, produces
videos that cover a range of topics in human sexuality, from anal sex and
G-spot stimulation to fellatio and bondage. We believe that adults have
the right to expert information when it comes to our bodies, our
relationships, and our sexuality. Our instructional movies are
sex-positive, and we hope they inspire viewers to explore, experiment, and
deepen the intimacy of their relationships. We strive to present the
material in an intelligent, accessible style that's sexy, entertaining,
and fun. Vivid-Ed videos offer useful information and explicit
techniques'taught by experts, demonstrated by enthusiastic performers,
and presented with refreshing sensuality.
Vivid-Ed is helmed by Executive Producer Tristan Taormino. Tristan is an
award-winning author, adult director, and sex educator. She graduated Phi
Beta Kappa with her Bachelor's degree in American Studies from Wesleyan
University in 1993. She is the author of three books: True Lust:
Adventures in Sex, Porn and Perversion, Down and Dirty Sex Secrets, and
The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women. The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex
for Women, recently released in a second edition with over 75,000 copies
in print, won a Firecracker Book Award in 1998. Her video of the same name
won two AVN Awards and an XRCO Award. She is a sex columnist for The
Village Voice and has been featured in hundreds of publications. She has
appeared on CNN, HBO's Real Sex, The Howard Stern Show, Loveline,
Ricki Lake, and The Discovery Channel. She lectures at top colleges and
universities including Yale, Brown, Columbia, Smith, Vassar, and NYU, and
teaches sex workshops around the world. In 2006, Tristan joined Vivid
Entertainment as an exclusive director, and her first feature,
Chemistry, won the 2007 AVN Award for Best Gonzo
About Vivid Entertainment:
The Vivid Entertainment Group is the world's leading adult film company.
Founded in 1984, Vivid pioneered the "Vivid Girl" concept, under which
top adult film stars are signed to exclusive agreements that are styled on
the old Hollywood contract star system. Vivid has always placed heavy
emphasis on high quality erotic film entertainment for the couples market.
It has created wide brand-name awareness through its films and through a
licensing and marketing program that extends to such categories as
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snowboards, calendars and comic books. The company is known for its
innovative technological advances such as full function DVDs, a fast
growing wireless program that is already active in 20 countries, its
Burn-to-DVD technology and its popular website Vivid.com. Vivid is a major
supplier of content for pay-per-view networks in North America and
internationally. The best selling hardcover book How to Have a XXX Sex
Life: The Ultimate Vivid Guide, was co-authored by the Vivid Girls and
published by HarperCollins. The company started the Vivid-Alt imprint in
2006 and the Vivid-Ed imprint in 2007.
I have a question about pussy shaving. I prefer to have zero hair on my pussy. However, I'm not overly satisfied with the results, and wonder if there is a better way to shave. I use a Venus 3 razor and body wash to shave. But I've discovered that after a couple days, I usually end up with a few red bumps that are like pimples. I also used to shave in an upward motion, but was told that it is better to shave in a downward motion.
Is this true? Is there a better razor that I could use? Would some type of cream be better to use rather
than body wash? Is there a specific technique to shaving that is more apt to result in a more smooth and
softly shaved pussy?
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