9 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 255 (2006-2007)
Porn in Their Words: Female Leaders in the Adult Entertainment Industry Address Free Speech, Censorship, Feminism, Culture and the Mainstreaming of Adult Content

handle is hein.journals/vanep9 and id is 263 raw text is: VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF
ENTERTAINMENT AND
TECHNOLOGY LAW
VOLUME 9                     WINTER 2006                      NUMBER 2
Porn in Their Words: Female Leaders
in the Adult Entertainment Industry
Address Free Speech, Censorship,
Feminism, Culture and the
Mainstreaming of Adult Content
Clay Calvert* and Robert D. Richards
I.    THE WOMEN INTERVIEWED: FROM THE PORN STARS TO THE
PUBLICIST  TO  THE  PH.D  ............................................................. 262
A. Stormy Daniels: The New Generation of Writer, Director,
A ctor  .....................................................................................  2 6 3
B. Michelle Freridge: Adult Industry Leader and Trade
A ssociation  Executive  .......................................................... 264
C. Nina Hartley: Industry Pioneer, Registered Nurse,
A u th or  ..................................................................................  265
Professor of Communications & Law and Co-Director of the Pennsylvania
Center for the First Amendment at The Pennsylvania State University. B.A., 1987,
Communication, Stanford University; J.D. (Order of the Coif), 1991, McGeorge School of
Law, University of the Pacific; Ph.D., 1996, Communication, Stanford University. Member,
State Bar of California.
Professor of Journalism & Law and Founding Co-Director of the Pennsylvania
Center for the First Amendment at The Pennsylvania State University. B.A., 1983, M.A.
1984, Communication, The Pennsylvania State University; J.D., 1987, American
University. Member, State Bar of Pennsylvania. The authors collectively thank both the
undergraduate and graduate fellows of the Pennsylvania Center for the First Amendment
who helped gather background research for the interviews and for this article in spring
2006.

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