What's Women-Friendly Porn?

Tina Kay

Tina Kay

Just a thought in the meantime: is ‘women-friendly’ porn really existent and desirable? Shouldn’t we have ‘couple-friendly’ porn instead?
I mean: two people enjoying porn are much more fun than just one looking at it. And when the heat is increasing, things might get a little dirtier than usual, even if it wasn’t intended at first.
So: why just ‘women-friendly’ porn? Blurred images and long fore/afterplays – as shown in the 1970s – don’t mean a progressive approach. It’s often just boring.
But maybe I’m just wrong, so ladies: what’s ‘women-friendly’ porn for you? And what would you think of a ‘couple-friendly’ porn label? What could be seen in ‘women-’ and ‘couple-friendly’ porn pictorials and videos?
And if you, my dearest female followers, tell me that the difference between women/couple/men-friendly porn isn’t that much, I’m eagerly awaiting your criteria and examples. Continue reading

Advertising For Porn: It's Difficult

Porn Star

Porn Star

Damn. Advertizing an adult blog is no easy task. Yesterday I’ve put some play money in my hands and hired a ‘Paid Discovery’ at Stumble Upon. Just for getting a bit more attention, no risk no fun. SU doesn’t fight shy of porn, so I was in cheerful spirits. But my ‘campaign’ was rejected.
I don’t blame them, I should have studied their their guidelines. But it’s nonetheless a pity, because with this de facto advertising ban adult blogs are kept in the smut zone. No matter if the blog has relevance or not, if it’s dealing with an adult subject or even depicting porn, then it has no chance, it will never leave the red light district. This is strange when you consider how many people want to consume porn. It’s there, mainstream advertising (especially fashion!) has learned a lot from pornography, but the thin line towards the real thing must not be crossed.
I mean: if you try to learn from a successful blog in your niche: where would you start? These blogs can’t advertise themselves.
What’s your favourite porn blogger? A blogging porn star? Somebody from the industry. Let me know! Continue reading

Monday. Try Different.

Fernanda, Mariana, Gabriela

Fernanda, Mariana, Gabriela

It’s Monday, so why not start something new. The world is changing rapidly, and so are you. It’s time for new experiences, you probably want to leave something behind, reach for people with that little extra. These three gals will give it to you. Continue reading

The Internet, a Safe Playground

Party People

Party People

What’s forbidden on the playground must be forbidden in the internet, too: this is the plan of UK’s conservative government. Following other leaders, democratic or autocratic, UK’s politicians want to make the internet a safe space for children. And perhaps make everybody a child, too? In contrast to Germany’s government that will certainly be whistled back by EU courts, the same is not so sure for Britain, at least not when these plans get real after a carried out Brexit. Of course, these politicians all try to legitimate their assault on civil rights and freedom of speech with the fight against terror and hate crime. Needless to say that inhibiting porn is part of this fight. Looking on the technical side of these plans couldn’t be more depressing: looks like the renaissance of the 1990’s crypto wars – with all the consequences we’re still facing today. Continue reading

Freedom of Speech, the New Arena

Party People

Party People

Germany’s grand coalition plans a new law (“Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz” – a terrible term!) that not only will hamper privacy and thus civil rights. It all started with a campaign against hate speech and fake news which have to be deleted by platform owners. Though nobody knows exactly what that is and everybody thinks about something different about this kind of information, politicians already throw the baby out with the bath water. Everything in the vicinity of propaganda, demagogery, demands for criminal acts, creation of terrorist organizations, insulting religious organizations, distributing pornography, threat, offense, slander – some of them a mere matter of opinion – will be penalised if not deleted within a short period of time. Porn and terror, it’s sometimes so close. Of course, resistance is forming, and it’s not even clear if this law will be in violation of European laws.
Two years or so ago, Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany said in a speech, ridiculed by many, the internet was a new arena for us all. Looks like freedom of speech is a new arena for Germany’s politicians even more! Continue reading