Fit girl porn is a type of online porn that is often directed at women who have anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders.
The term “fit girl” was coined by pornographer Paula King in 2004.
In 2010, King released the first book about the genre titled Fit Girl: A Pornography Guide for Asexual Women.
In a 2015 interview with The New York Times, King described how she created the title: “It just seemed like a fun way to get into the genre.”
King told the Times, “We thought it would be fun to see if women would want to read books about the porn they watched.”
King’s book has sold more than 12 million copies and has been translated into more than a dozen languages.
King also created Fit Girl magazine in 2007, which focuses on “the new generation of women who are struggling with weight issues.”
The magazine has sold about 200,000 copies.
King’s books have been adapted for the screen and are still available on Amazon, which says it’s working to bring the titles to its site.
The company declined to comment on the matter.
King is no stranger to controversy.
In 2015, King and her husband sued The Daily Beast for publishing their book without permission.
In that lawsuit, King alleged that the Daily Beast had published the book without paying her or her husband.
The lawsuit also alleged that The Daily Mail, which published a separate article, had published a different version of the book, which included “false claims” about her and her children’s weight.
In January 2017, the Washington Post reported that King had filed a defamation suit against the Daily Mail.
In February, King published a follow-up lawsuit in which she said the Daily Post had published material that was false.
In a statement, Amazon said it’s “committed to keeping its sellers safe and secure.”
“We work hard to ensure sellers’ personal information is protected and we have robust security measures in place to protect against phishing and malicious activity,” the statement said.