Fanny Hill (1748) is considered "the first original English prose pornography, and the first pornography to use the form of the novel." It is an erotic novel by John Cleland first published in England as Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. It is one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history. The authors were charged with "corrupting the King's subjects."
"Cleland, John (bap. 1710, d. 1789), novelist, was baptized on 24 September 1710 in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, the first of the three children of William Cleland (1673/4–1741) and his wife, Lucy (d. 1763), daughter of Samuel DuPass, a wealthy Anglicized Dutch Jewish merchant"
Pornographic film production commenced almost immediately after the invention of the motion picture in 1895. Two of the earliest pioneers were Eugène Pirou and Albert Kirchner. Kirchner directed the earliest surviving pornographic film for Pirou under the trade name "Léar". The 1896 film Le Coucher de la Mariée showed Louise Willy performing a striptease. Pirou's film inspired a genre of risqué French films showing women disrobing and other filmmakers realised profits could be made from such films.
Albert Kirchner is probably a jew, firstly his surname isn't French, it is from German Jewish origins, according to:
One of the earliest bissexual and hardcore pornography was introduced by the film Le ménage moderne de Madame Butterfly, made by the Romanian-jew Bernard Natan.
Between 1890 and 1940, Jewish immigrants that came to the U.S., mostly from Germany, were heavily involved in the erotica book market. Jay A. Gertznam, author of Bookleggers and Smuthounds: The Trade in Erotica, 1920-1940, wrote, “Jews were prominent in the distribution of gallantiana, avant-garde sexually explicit novels, sex pulps, sexology, and flagitious materials” during this time.
Called the ‘Walt Disney of Porn’, Reuben Sturman was the kingpin of pornography in the United States throughout the 1970s. In fact, according to the Department of Justice, he controlled most of the circulation of pornographic material during the decade.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, throughout the 1970s, Sturman controlled most of the pornography circulating in the country.
By the end of the 1960s, Sturman ranked at the top of adult magazine distributors and by the mid-70s he owned over 200 adult bookstores
It was said that Sturman did not simply control the adult-entertainment industry; he was the industry