If You’re Looking For A New Kind Of Adult Cinema, You’ve Come To The Right Place

Imagine the ultimate fantasy: to have your own sex stories and secret desires recreated by performers in cinematic films. The erotica you’ve always wished you could watch, but nobody has ever made.

This is the concept for Erika Lust’s most ambitious project to date: XConfessions. Her erotic short films are based on the anonymous confessions submitted to the site by fans and followers and published here every day. Two totally NEW short films based on the most tantalising confessions are released every month. Prepare to be aroused!

Real films with real sex: this is not a place for hackneyed porno-cheap stories. For Erika, artistic erotica encompasses all elements of sexuality and desire. Forget the “for women” clichés in mainstream porn, with designer furniture, violins and tired stereotypes. We want to keep surprising you, and we never use the same story or setting twice. With every film, we push the boundaries of fetish, lust, desire and intimacy. We explore the ever evolving, fluctuating, growing eroticism innate in every one of us. So what are you waiting for?

Erika Lust is a filmmaker, writer and blogger based in Barcelona. Born in 1977 in Sweden, she studied political sciences, feminism and sexuality. Tired of chauvinistic and tacky mainstream porn, she burst into the adult industry in 2004, with the indie short film The Good Girl – a humorous, erotic statement of principles.

The immediate success of this encouraged her to pursue a film career. Besides the XConfessions series, Erika has directed four multi-award winning features: Five Hot Stories For Her, Barcelona Sex Project, Life Love Lust and Cabaret Desire. She defends the need to have women behind the camera in all key positions and all of her characters are sex-positive, powerful and active.

“Erika Lust takes people’s real-life stories, fantasies, and confessions and turns them into beautifully shot erotic films with actual plotlines and a focus on female pleasure.”

“You feel like you’re watching an art house film, only eventually everyone gets naked and has sex. It’s great.”

There’s one big thing about Lust’s films that’s hard to overlook: they feature plots that aren’t reductive or abusive, they explore consent in a nuanced way, and they have realistic (yet still super hot) depictions of human beings.