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Started in the late-’90s by Marianna Beck and Jack Hafferkamp as an offshoot to their award-winning erotic literary magazine—also called , which folded in 2000—the studio releases about one film per year, compared with an average of four every month from major L.

A.-based porn producers like Wicked Pictures.“We like to say we’re the two people on the planet who managed to prove that sex doesn’t sell,” Beck says.

About 90 percent of the dirty movies you’ve been watching since high school come from Los Angeles, according to Adult Video News (the porn industry’s trade group).

But there is some quality porn going down in our town—it just takes a bit of looking to find it.

From the beginning of the magazine in 1988, ’s goal was to titillate both men and women, and to deal with sexuality in an intelligent and artistic fashion by placing erotic fiction and poetry alongside relatively tasteful nude photos.

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“When all your major players are in another area, it makes it difficult for people in Chicago to develop those relationships.”Law also thinks the Midwest’s conservative mindset might have something to do with our unheralded porn industry.

“Chicago is not a ‘show your skin’ culture like California,” he says.

“People are more prudish when it comes to [porn], and as a result, our adult industry is more developed with indoor activities and dungeons and fetish….