Taylor Swift went shopping and all she bought was all the porn domain names with her name. Continue Reading
Recently I wrote an article about porn censorship being introduced into British public wi-fi access points, in an effort to prevent kids from watching the porn that they can literally watch anywhere in the world at anytime using their smartphones.
Porn filters have been implemented in home internet packages in Britain since 2013, all part of Prime Minister David Cameron’s attempts to ‘protect children’ or something like that. When Cameron implemented the porn censorship reform, he was met with a whole pile of criticisms and protests – people were concerned that this was another step towards the full censorship and government takeover of the internet.
Though most internet subscriptions seem to come with these filters built-in, you do have the ability to opt out of any censorship measures, and the Brits seem to be opting out – in droves!
The numbers back up the claim that people don’t want to filter their own internet connection:
“Of the top companies running the scheme, TalkTalk has the most users making most of [the porn filter] at 36 percent. However, a paltry four percent of Virgin Media customers are switching off the porn, followed by five percent of BT customers and eight percent of Sky customers.”
Is this shocking? Is this surprising? Almost everyone who can readily access the internet uses it to watch porn at one point or another. Even if you only watch the stuff once in a blue moon, do you really want to disable your ability to check it out entirely? I totally understand not wanting to expose kids to pornography, but here’s the simple, honest truth. No matter how difficult you make it for kids to do something, if they want to, they’ll find a way.
Haven’t you ever heard of reverse psychology, you dumbos? If you tell them they absolutely CANNOT look at porn, what’s the first thing they’re going to try and do when they have a chance? How about getting over yourselves instead and spending some time talking to your kids about the pros and cons of pornography, how it relates to actual human sexuality, and how to safely browse the internet?
Porn censorship ain’t the answer, you old geezers.
Just a thought.
You might have heard that the world wide web turned 25 this week. In celebration of this milestone, I decided to use the Wayback Machine to see how Sex.com, the most expensive domain name of all time, has evolved. Continue Reading
As I’ve mentioned before, the porn industry is getting killed by piracy.
Producing any kind of movie is expensive, including adult movies. Obviously some amateur porn videos are produced for approximately $0, but feature-length porn movies can cost upwards of $100,000.
So while we’re enjoying all this free porn, the reality of free porn is that porn studios are spending lots of money to produce the videos we watch for free and hardly any money comes back to them.
The big question within the adult industry since the beginning of the porn tube-site era has been, “How do we get people to pay for porn again?”. Could the answer be Bitcoin? Continue Reading
Sometimes I worry about the state of the world and how humanity will be able to carry on with our priorities all messed up.
Sadly, my fears were confirmed today with this news from Harris Interactive that sex is less popular than Wi-Fi, cell phones, and TV.
Just look at this infographic via Mashable to see what most Americans can’t live without:
So American adults could survive without sex as long as they had…
- Food (obviously)
- Cars (hope that changes because we gonna run out of gas soon)
- Internet access (you need to access Sex.com/news/ somehow)
- Mobile phone (Sex.com‘s mobile site is extremely dope)
- Computer/laptop (Sex.com‘s regular site is also extremely dope)
- Television (those shows ain’t no good)
AMERICA! THIS IS WHY THE WORLD HATES YOU. YOUR PRIORITIES ARE ALL MESSED UP.
As a sex blogger, I have to visit some scary websites so you don’t have to. One of the sites I’m most afraid of is 4Chan because of their power to destroy people.
But if you’re a down-on-your-luck pornstar like Jenna Jameson, 4Chan could be the best place to turn when in need. Late on Friday night, this message appeared on 4Chan’s /b/ imageboard: Continue Reading
I’ll be the first to admit it, I love Google.
How on earth are you supposed to look something up without Google?
I always remember Hank Scorpio asking Homer Simpson if he knew who invented the hammock. And of course he didn’t know who invented the hammock. So Hank Scopio says to Homer, “There’s something for you to do: find that out.”
Find out who invented the hammock without Google? That’s a huge task. Without Google I would have had to walk to the library and open a book instead of immediately finding out that hammocks were invited by Native Americans in the West Indies and brought back to Europe by Spanish colonists (also maybe hammocks were invented by the Ancient Greeks, no one knows for sure. Hammocks been around a long time).
Google has made all of our lives easier and therefore better by providing us with the fastest way to find things on the internet.
So Eden sank to grief, so dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.
What this Robert Frost quote means is that even in all its glory, Google may not last forever simply because nothing gold can stay.
More and more Google seems to be removing internet porn from itself. They’ve made it harder to find porn on Google Images, they banned porn from Google Glass (even though the only purpose anyone can think of for Google Glass is POV porn) and they’ve banned the monetization of porn on Blogger. Though they aren’t officially going porn-free, it sure looks like Google is moving in that direction.
Because I’m such a big fan of Google (did you guys see The Internship?), I decided to run a poll to see how you guys would react to a porn-free Google. Continue Reading
Would you wear underwear made by a condom company? The answer is obviously no because you should not be wearing underwear in the first place. Always go commando.
However, Durex has developed a new kind of underwear called Fundawear (get it? “Fun-underwear” or “Fun-to-wear”) and they believe it will be the future of foreplay.
But what’s so fun about Durex’s Fundawear?
It’s not easy for me to endorse any porn site other than Sex.com because those other porn sites don’t pay me any money. So why would I ever endorse them?
However, everyone I’ve ever dealt with from other porn sites is extremely nice and cool. Specifically, the people over at Freeones are extremely nice and cool.
Why is that?
Well, lots of reasons. But the one that comes to mind is that they sent me an infographic of all this data Freeones has been collecting throughout their 15 year run. 15 years! That’s fucking amazing.
Surely, in 15 years worth of internet browsing you’ve come across Freeones. Let’s help them celebrate their 15 year anniversary by giving you an annotated version of their infographic
Dating isn’t easy. Especially for music lovers.
There are few things worse as a music lover than going out with someone you like, having a great, getting an invite back to their place, and then… hen you get to their place…you see not only the entire Nickelback discography but Nickelback posters everywhere.
What the heck are you supposed to do once you’re hit with this revelation? Even though the date itself was good, you can’t possibly ever see them again because of their musical taste (which, if I’m being nice about it, is questionable at best).
Are music lovers doomed to make concessions to all their potential mates with terrible musical taste? Or perhaps die alone in a pile of records?
Now that Tastebuds.fm exists, music lovers don’t have to compromise their favorite artists for physical and emotional human love.
It is now officially Valentine’s Day shopping crunch time.
Football has ended.
You have no more excuses. You have all the tools to make Valentine’s Day great.
I’m sure a lot of you are single and couldn’t care less about celebrating Valentine’s Day or shopping for Valentine’s Day because the holiday is a reminder that you will be alone forever.
Well, in Part 3 of Sex.com’s Valentine’s Day Gift Guide, we’ve found the perfect gift for all the singles in the world…
What’s the point of keeping in touch with friends, classmates, and coworkers on Facebook? It’s simple. Being someone’s Facebook friend is an easy way to organize hookups.
Unless you’re some kind of freak, the only two things you use the internet for is porn and memes.
And given that the internet just cannibalizes itself, it was only a matter of time before porn and memes came together for porn-memes. Woodrocket.com, who gained our attention when they made the SpongeBob Porn Parody, has started a new webseries that has your favorite porn stars reenacting your favorite memes called Memes I’d Like to Fuck(props for giving a new meaning to the acronym, MILF).
Let’s take a look at what they’ve come up with so far:
A new study from Malmo University says that watching pornography and exposing yourself online can be enriching for young people. This is exactly the kind of forward-thinking that makes Sweden consistently one of the best countries in the world.
Pernilla Nigård, doctoral candidate at Malmo University, interviewed men and women between the ages of 18 to 25, which revealed that consuming and sharing nude photos or videos online is increasingly important in shaping identity.
“A lot of it is about the need to be seen, to get affirmation, to get attention,” is what she told The Local.
The internet is the greatest innovation since the domestication of the dog. It provides us with so much information and allows us to communicate with so many people in a way that the common house-dog could ever understand. As you know, the best part of the internet is the convenience of pornography.
In a world without internet, the only way to see pornography was to buy a nudie magazine or find a discarded home-made VHS of someone’s favorite scenes or go to a porno-theater wearing your hat real low and your trench-coat real high. How uncivilized…
With the internet, porn is at our fingertips all the time (unless there’s no Wi-Fi, which is another problem altogether). But if you’re like me, then you know that whenever something good happens (like easy access to pornography at all times) something a hundred times worse is about to happen.
But what could be possible wrong with easy access to pornography? Well, a group of German researchers are now reporting that watching pornography could be wiping our memories.
Ever notice that whenever a private porn picture of any public figure makes in it onto the internet, it also makes headlines? Is any one even surprised to see a grainy cellphone picture of their congressman/sports hero/favorite actress?
The number one reason is because everybody makes a little porn in their time, obviously.
The second reason is that a new study from Britain has concluded that 88% of homemade porn pics and vids, y’all make their way onto the internet. Sites the study nicknamed “parasites” host images and videos that can come from lost or stolen cellphones, hacked private accounts on social media sites, chat sites, and of course Tumblr.
British conservative tabloid The Daily Mail reported today that that ChildLine, a free telephone counseling service for children and teens, has had a spike in calls for kids calling after seeing “disturbing” pornography online. They are up to about 50 calls a month on the subject.
ChildLine founder Esther Ratzen says that pornography is warping the minds of young people because they emulate the “disturbing” and “dangerous” behavior. This is precisely the reason why we have age restrictions on pornography. Even as a very sexually active adult I see things on the internet that I cannot possibly understand. However, because I am much, much smarter than a child or teenager I know not to mimic things that are strange and confusing to me.
Childline and National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) are both campaigning for better education on the dangers of pornography exposure to feeble, young minds (which is good and Sex.com fully supports that campaign). They are also working withThe Daily Mail to pressure the UK Government to introduce an automatic block on online pornography.
Here’s where we don’t see eye to eye.
Public libraries are invaluable to the small percentage of the population that don’t have internet access or even own a computer. Being able to surf in the privacy of our own home is something that can be easily taken for granted. Would you not be too embarrassed to pin your photos on Sex.com in a public place?
The internet-less people of the world are only human. Public place or not, they do the same surfing as us. And more often than not they are looking at pornography. It is discouraged but the silent atmosphere makes public disgrace a difficult movement to spark.
San Francisco’s Main Library has come up with a creative new solution that combines the interests of perverts and prudes. Plastic privacy screens have been installed on the monitor so passerby’s aren’t offended by something they see on the monitor.
Today, China’s State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television issued new rules that forces webmasters to pre-screen and censor all violent and vulgar content. Not surprisingly, that includes porn. The Chinese government said that the rules are being implemented to protect, “young people’s physical and mental health in accordance with the law.” via ZD Net
Just when you thought the Communist threat was over…Censoring porn from the internet is one of the most radical and offensive things I have ever heard. How do you protect young people’s physical and mental health by banning porn? You know, I don’t care to find out. I’d rather be physically and mentally ill than live in a world without internet porn.
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