I now found out that the film is "Down the Hatch 16" and the actor is called Mia Banggs. So now you know where to do a home demo...
By the way, thought it could be interesting to see what other people who are into alt porn looks at more mainstream porn. Do you regard it as a big difference, is it taboo to enjoy mainstream porn, and what is alt porn actors relationship to mainstream porn actors etc?
Besides the common thing that has been taken up, regarding that being subcultural doesn't necessarely mean that you are alternative, or that you have to be subcultural to be alternative - I think some stuff can be interesting to discuss:
One thing is if mixing politics in sex makes things inhibited? I don't think I would discuss all of my fantasies with people who I know through more political arenas, but more likely if there isn't a political correct atmosphere, and just a liberal and free (but still just) view on sex etc.
So sometimes I also think that people who are into politics (including myself) might have a overrated view on what it means to have read certain kind of books etc, and I think that common people might as well just treat each other well, but maybe are not into the theories in the same way... And could it also be a social class thing, that middle class are more (sub) cultural and more into politics, compared to working class who are maybe more mainstream and not so interested in politics?
And also, some criticism against alt porn, is that it sometimes sets up new norms on what kind of sex is ok and not. And more often, it means a less liberal view on rough sex etc, and sometimes alt porn is not any more nakedness etc than going to the beach on a summer day is... (but again, I guess I myself am also "responsible" for the things I criticise, for instance being kind of modest in the way I expose myself sexually...) Of course, the mainstream porn has a lot of stuff that makes it suitable to be criticised for being sexist - for instance there are few women who orgasm, and lots of men who cums in the face of the woman (in heteroporn), which is not how most women wants it. But still, I think it can be problematic to criticise this kind of aspects, since there of course are both women and men and others who enjoy having cum shots in their faces etc.
So is it then the way the porn is made that is the big difference between alt porn and mainstream porn? But sometimes, the arguments against the porn industry, for using drugged actors etc, seems not to be very true anymore - at least not for stuff made in US and the rest of the western world. And I also think the porn industry have had to follow rules very strict, not to be punished in different ways, is this correct? Or is there reports in US, where most porn comes from, regarding abuse against actors etc? Or is the main criticism mostly that the actors don't really appriciate everything they do, but do it anyway to get money? I read a book focusing on the Swedish porn industry lately, and it interviewed porn actors, who said the most problematic things were in fact people who had something against porn, and for instance put up the covers of the porn films they had participated in on their work etc.
Lately, I've also gotten in contact with more and more debaters, who have discussed porn from a sex radical feminist perspective, who have defended more rough porn as well - and for instance have said that interviewed women have said that they might as well identify with the guy ion the film, and I've also talked to several guys who identifies with the women in films. I've seen this from a couple of Swedish debaters, but how is the situation in other countries?