Cosmopolitan UK Profiles Erika Lust’s ‘Non-Male-Centric’ VR Project
The U.K. edition of Cosmopolitan magazine has published a feature about Erika Lust’s new VR short, “360 Degrees of Lust,” featuring an interview with the LustCinema and XConfessions head creator.
The feature, written by Taran Bassi, offers a full endorsement of the Erika Lust-style VR experience for Cosmopolitan’s target demo.
“Forget your standard immersive escape rooms, poorly executed themed afternoon teas and speakeasy bars,” writes an enthusiastic Bassi, “because VR porn is the only immersive experience you need in your life.”
Bassi describes the project as “indie feminist adult filmmaker Erika Lust’s first foray into the VR world” and “totally different to the male-centric, penis-heavy VR porn” of other mainstream companies.
“Within seconds, I was transported to the centre of a multiple gender orgy — with special, very hot, performances for my eyes only,” Bassi writes, “bringing the sex party to me.”
“I ended up with four performers and came up with the idea of mirroring them around the room in different situations,” Lust told Cosmopolitan UK. “So in front you might see Kali masturbating, and behind you she is having a threesome with Katana and Julia, and then to your right she is performing oral sex on Mickey. It’s a kaleidoscope of eroticism and passion!”
To read “I tried VR porn to live out my wildest sex party fantasy,” visit the Cosmopolitan U.K. website.