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Sex was released alongside her fifth studio album Erotica, which was released a day earlier.
(consisting of Fabien Baron and the photographer Siung Fat Tjia) who had previously collaborated with the singer designing the cover art of her fifth studio album, Erotica.One morning during the four-day Florida shoot Madonna was prancing around her 14-bedroom house in Miami completely naked, when someone jokingly suggested she go out on the street, then, according to Baron "the next thing we're in the street" where allegedly "cars screeched to a halt, motorists whistled, and one entranced cyclist fell off his bike." This was just one of the many crazy episodes that took place during the shooting of the book.According to Baron, during the photo shoots "[Madonna]'d do something crazy and then we'd come up with something even crazier".Sex is a coffee table book written by American singer Madonna, with photographs taken by Steven Meisel Studio and film frames shot by Fabien Baron.The book was edited by Glenn O'Brien and was released on October 21, 1992, by Warner Books, Maverick and Callaway Books.Since by contract she had total artistic control over any of the work released by Maverick, the agreement she signed with Time Warner concerning what not to do in Sex became obsolete.
The book was also influenced by Robert Mapplethorpe's infamous three-part XYZ portfolio, particularly the X portfolio, with Madonna even having considered the latter as a title during the formative stages of Sex.Sex has photographs that feature adult content and softcore pornographic as well as simulations of sexual acts, including sadomasochism.Madonna wrote the book as a character named "Mistress Dita", inspired by 1930s film actress Dita Parlo.Madonna, however, was forced to sign a contract that forbade her from showing child pornography, bestiality and religious imagery.Not long after signing this agreement Madonna founded Maverick, a multi-media entertainment company.Approached with an idea for a book on erotic photographs, Madonna expanded on the idea and conceived the book and its content.