About Indigo Lush
Indigo Lush is a small production company working to make quality erotic films for straight women as well as unusual or amusing short films dealing with female sexuality.
The company aims to move beyond the cliched boundaries and limitations of most adult entertainment to create intelligent, realistic and sensual depictions of sex. We aim to give priority to female pleasure and a woman's point of view. Our main audience is straight women.
While Indigo Lush is accepting of all forms of sexuality including queer identities and kink, we're also very keen on presenting "vanilla" eroticism without all the usual porn cliches. This is because this idea of sex is still rarely explored by filmmakers - even among the new wave of "indie" porn producers. Vanilla is often dismissed as too boring or mainstream to explore and yet it's the way the majority of people make love. We want to create films where "ordinary" sex is honoured as the sensual, intimate and powerful thing we all know it to be.
Indigo Lush was formed in early 2009 prior to production of the company's first short film "That's What I Like."
Indigo Lush is based in Australia.
Ms Naughty (aka Louise Lush)
Director Ms Naughty (also known as Louise Lush) has been working as an adult webmistress since 2000. Since 2003 she has jointly run ForTheGirls.com and adult site for women. She took up filmmaking in 2008. She features all her films on BrightDesire.com
"Porn, erotica, art... call it what you like," she says. "My aim is to present sex in a realistic and sensual way. I want to give priority to the female gaze in my films; this means making the audience view things as a woman would.
"After working with porn for almost a decade, I've got strong ideas about the kind of images I want to see in erotic film. I'm very keen on avoiding all the cliches that make mainstream porn so dreadful. I want to see believable scenarios, decent acting, good looking guys and realistic, emotionally connected sex.
"I like romance as much as the next woman but I also understand that hot, down and dirty sex can be its own reward. Arousing the audience is one aim. I do, however, want to inspire, entertain and educate at the same time.
"I'm passionately opposed to censorship. Restrictive rules about 'obscenity' and about how real sex is presented in film, photos or other media mean that authentic explorations of human sexuality are ghettoised or stymied. Freedom of speech and freedom of expression should always include the right to depict sexuality. Adults should be free to see, read and hear whatever they want."
Unslightly Pseudonym Buildup - Blog post on the change back to using Ms Naughty as a pseudonym rather than Louise Lush