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part of a small rebellion | by maryann johanson

the oh-no! DVD of the week: ‘Jenny Takes a Shower’

It’s okay — it’s artistic:

An artistic video collection featuring Jenny, in nine revealing scenes, as she showers completely nude indoors, and out in the open, on hot summer days.

Watch Jenny as she takes her morning shower, wash mud off in her garden, scrub paint off her naked skin, cool off on a hot summer afternoon, as well as being forced to flee outside completely naked, when she hears an intruder, while showering at a friend’s house.

100 minutes – Unrated – Contains artistic female nudity.

Look for the other volumes in this artistic series: Jenny Does the Dishes While a Peeping Tom Jerks Off Outside the Kitchen Window, Jenny Takes Out the Garbage and Encounters the Neighborhood Perv, and Jenny Goes Grocery Shopping and Has a Dangerous Liaison with a Cucumber. Remember, it’s art!

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  • amanohyo

    She showers completely nude and has naked skin? What is a freaky H2O addict. It must be pretty embarrassing at a restaurant when she suddenly rips off her shirt, dumps a glass of water on her head, and runs out of the front door screaming “I’m being forced to flee!” What a shame that Mary Crane didn’t have her supernatural sense of hearing, “shower-sense tingling!”.

  • Chris

    To some people “artistic” means “not gynocological shots from Hustler”

  • Accounting Ninja

    This reminds me of that awesome Muppets Take Manhattan quote from Janice (paraphrased because it’s been years):
    “I told him I don’t take my clothes off for anyone, even if it is artistic.”

  • chuck

    Hmmm…This probably won’t get much discussion in the below “yet more bullshit “explanations” for why there aren’t more movies about women…” thread.

  • Look for the other volumes in this artistic series: Jenny Does the Dishes While a Peeping Tom Jerks Off Outside the Kitchen Window, Jenny Takes Out the Garbage and Encounters the Neighborhood Perv, and Jenny Goes Grocery Shopping and Has a Dangerous Liaison with a Cucumber.

    What? No Jenny Takes a Ride?

    Perhaps the producer is too young to remember that song…

    Remember, it’s art!

    So we’ll be seeing future videos entitled Christina’s World and Las Meninas?

  • David

    Taken from the one and only amazon review (5 stars!): “What makes all of the Jenny DVDs ie Wash Day, Itchy Dry Skin, Jenny’s Fishing Video, etc, so special is that she is a regular girl…” and it ends with: “All in all, a classy production…”

    It’s also tagged as Art House.

  • blake

    Is this for real ?

  • doa766

    well, at least it has more artistic value than about 90% of the stuff that’s on modern art museums

    the ancient greeks used to do marvel sculptures of naked women and today they’re considered high art, so you never know what will happen in the future

  • Kate

    You know, honestly, I don’t have that much of a problem with folks wanting to watch a hot young blonde shower as their porn fix. Seems downright tame compared to some of the stuff out there. But I find that ‘fleeing from the intruder’ stuff pretty damn creepy, even in a highly artificial medium like a porno. What’s next? The intruder catches her? And then what? Ick. I just don’t think that a woman being in danger should EVER be presented as a sexual stimulus….

  • MaryAnn

    I just don’t think that a woman being in danger should EVER be presented as a sexual stimulus….

    But, see, the viewer can fantasize about rescuing her…

  • Left_Wing_Fox

    So why isn’t porn “Art”? What is it about sexual arousal that makes it an illegitimate emotion for artists to evoke in the subject matter?

    I was going to flesh out that argument, but reading over the sidebar again, I’d skipped the REALLY creepy part. “Wow, an invader entered your house! That’s awful! Show me your tits!” is not the train of thought that should be happening in any well-adjusted person’s mind, but seems to happen an awful lot in porn.

    Which means I answer my own question. “Why isn’t porn ‘Art’?” The reason is because we respect most art that makes us THINK. We respect jokes that challenge our view of the world, or make us uncomfortable about why we laughed. We respect drama that makes us confront our own moral codes. Porn never challenges, because a challenge spoils the mood. And because of that, porn gives us a lot of bad baggage we never question.

  • JoshDM

    I am not the audience for Jenny Drops a Deuce.

  • Accounting Ninja

    @ Left_Wing_Fox, yeah. That’s a great analysis.

    And the rape scenario stuff? Yeah, way gross. Funny how the victimization of women is so casual. Yeah, it’s a fantasy, but I see this shit so often just brushed off. It’s “just” porn, after all.

    Oh, but it’s also ART. What a brilliant way to make it immune to any sort of criticism!

    I’m not going to pretend that I’ve never seen porn before. But I’m also not going to pretend that it’s art or that the majority of it isn’t a sexist mess. Somehow, I get the impression the whole “art” thing is just so hipster dudes can feel better about their porn, or if they get caught, they can say “but it’s ART!”

    ps, Jenny’s a “regular girl”? She looks like most every woman I’ve seen in Girls Gone Wild. I’m not trying to be negative about her body, but “regular” she ain’t.

  • LOL! I find all these comments to be pretty humorous and interesting.

    As I am the person in this video, let me clear a few things up. First of all, I know that it is easy for people who have never watched anything like this, to think that it is porn, but it’s not. There is no sex or sexual situations in the DVD, just a lot of nudity. I don’t feel that nudity by itself is porn, but I know that many people see it that way anyway, and I respect their beliefs. I know that a lot of people probably find watching a girl in the shower to be sexually stimulating, and I am sure that there are plenty of people get sexually stimulated watching women do any other number of normal everyday things with their clothes on!

    I am a little upset about people thinking there is some sort of rape fantasy being implied, or that this is geared towards people who get off on violence towards women. That is completely out of context as this was meant to be humorous, and completely non-violent. The scene in question is part of a larger story loosely based on Goldilocks. The character in the video has sneeked a house, and starts to help herself to food in the kitchen, tries on clothes, and then starts to take a shower. The idea is, when the owners return home, she needs to run away and not get caught. She decides that it is better to face the embarrassment of being seen naked outside, than being arrested for breaking and entering.

    I know that there are people who are uncomfortable with nudity (non-sexual or otherwise) still find this kind of thing to be pretty weird, and that is fine. I am very happy with how I am portrayed in the DVD, and I have had a lot of fun being in these videos. As with anything else in life, there are people who are accepting of it, and there are some that are not.

    I’m sure that for some people, this did absolutely nothing to clear things up, but since we are all entitled to our thoughts and opinions, I thought I would like to give my 2 cents.

  • amanohyo

    So, is your character homeless then? Why is she breaking into her friend’s house and stealing food when she has a garden? I hope this doesn’t have one of those SMB2, “it was all a dream,” endings – that would be lazy writing…unless the director was going for a Lynchean Mulholland Drive vibe.

    Although it’s true that naked bodies are not automatically pornographic, I’m pretty sure that the vast majority of people who purchase or pirate this video treat it as pornography. You must realize this – the marketing department sure did. Even chivalrous knights in fairy tales don’t innocently watch maidens bathing for simple artistic pleasure.

  • Please give the lady a break, Amanohyo. Given the number of snotty responses MaryAnn gets in responses to her posts, I can’t help but find Jennifer’s relatively civil “let’s agree to disagree” response to be a breath of fresh air.

  • amanohyo

    She sounds very reasonable Tonio, but her explanation of the scene doesn’t really… hold water. Bwahahaha…hooooo okay, okay, I’ll be nice. My critique of this erotic Goldilocks retelling was meant to be tongue in cheek, but I guess I’m all wet. Please ignore my previous complaints – if you’re looking for quality adult entertainment, this movie is a shower thing. There. Let’s leave this unpleasantness behind us; it’s all water under the fridge as far as I’m concerned.

  • amanohyo

    I just missed possibly the only chance I’ll ever get to use the phrase “tongue in creek.” Friiiiiiiig!

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