Terri Summers In Action

Terri Summers

The sophistication of these shots is shining through: despite the naughty action there is a big harmony in these images. At least on the colour level. And by adding a bit of white colour the pornographic world is in order again. But wait – we can get a hint of something very different which is acting against the harmony mentioned minutes ago. Visual shock: Would cumshots be working if they would look like this? It’s only chocolate, so don’t worry. We’ll dig a bit deeper into the colour psychology of porn in future postings.

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A Hand Disappears

Clara G, Tiffany Doll

Clara G, Tiffany Doll


The reasons mentioned in the latest post are leading to a rather disturbing reality: writers have less value for advertisers than readers. Somebody who’s posting all day has less money than somebody who’s consuming and reposting. While everybody is paying attention to writers, students, activists etc, that means: people with enough time to compare products, telling their stories, and delivering content, the general reader is largely ignored. He hasn’t the time to do all these things the reader does, but he usually has the money the writer hasn’t. If he’s seeing something that he wants, he usually wants it now.
This importance of readers is the reason why services like Twitter, Quora and the like try to make also readers registered users. Linking them to the service is an important step.
Enforcing the social graph where it’s not needed was Tumblr’s biggest plus so far. While it’s easy to browse Tumblr blogs anonymously, it’s not that easy to find specific information on Tumblr blogs. Tumblr has understood that it’s not necessarily important to actually know who you’re following. The link between follower and the person I follow is given by our shared interests. This way a social interaction between us might come up, but more important is the content that’s connecting us.
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What Is Memory?

Chary

Chary


What Is Memory” is the suggestive title of a tumblr mentioned in my list of events. An interesting question, and that tumblr finds interesting and suggestive answers. It shows both iconic and disturbing photos, often video stills. 

But what is memory for a porn blog? Let’s try to find some answers, or at least some factoids.

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Two Roles For Lucy

Latex Lucy

Latex Lucy

The versatile Latex Lucy has it both ways in this kinky roleplay encounter. She starts out semi-dominating Choky Ice in the beginning, having him keep his hands behind his back while she sucks him, and then getting him on his knees to lick her pussy before finally she spreads wide for his cock. Her submissive nature then asserts itself in this roleplay when David Perry arrives with a change of outfit; she shifts from her femme fatale-like purple latex gown to a brown frilly latex maid’s outfit. David supervises briefly as Choky puts his former “domme” in her place and gets him to lick his shoes and David’s, before the two men get her cramming both of their boners into her mouth and then bending her over for fucking like the subbie she seems to become once that maid’s outfit is snug around her incredibly curvaceous body.

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The Power of Looks

Pornstar

Pornstar

The importance of looks in pornographic productions becomes obvious when the eyes are veiled. The pornographic look is lewd and offensive (or the exact opposite, depending on the niche), while the veiled eye leaves a void which immediately becomes a fetish of its own.

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Bets Accepted

Missy Stone

Missy Stone

“Tumblr is pushing porn into an internet sex ghetto” – one of Gawker’s headline three years ago. Shortly after Yahoo’s acquisition of Tumblr all adult tumblrs were made unavailable for Tumblr’s own and all other global search engines. Who didn’t already know his favourite places never would find them but by accident. Fortunately, this policy was changed weeks later.
Now, three years after this, Yahoo’s entered sort of a civil war: Starboard, its most aggressive investor, tries to take over Yahoo’s board of directors. I guess they are not that interested in Yahoo’s content: these people want to squeeze out what’s left from the former Internet giant. Bets about what’s happening to former darlings like flickr and Tumblr will accepted. Continue reading

Let's Pray For Them

Dani Daniels

Dani Daniels

People know everything about porn. It’s like psychology: everybody is an expert, a self-appointed one. Porn is bad, porn is a sin – have we learned minutes ago. But in the real world things are a bit more difficult than black-and-white schemes. Fortunately!
Porn is society’s wishful thinking of carefree and reckless sex. It’s there, because we want it. But our thoughts and desire are flexible, and so is our image of porn and porn performers.
The porn performer is the representative of our desires in this eclectic, pornographic world. If we think she is a sinner, then it’s because we want her to be one. In old times the scapegoat was a similar representative, and then and now both were and are paying a high price.
It’s not that I wouldn’t see that porn is just following the principles of an enormous market. But we want and need porn for several reasons: for our pleasure, for acting out our contempt for women/men/sexuality, for achieving moral superiority. Yes, we are living in very neurotic times.
We were discussing various views of porn tonight; my motivation is described here. I’m not just here for the pictures. My engagement in porn is both physically and intellectually exciting and inspiring. I have my limits (most content here is vanilla sex, as regulars should have noticed), but I don’t judge (as long as it’s legal). People who wear themselves out working on their alleged moral superiority are the real silly creatures: Let’s pray for them. Continue reading

The Gap

Madison Ivy

Madison Ivy


Mental Sinema has sort of a mission. Because there’s too much bad porn and boredom in the world that’s just drugging your mind. Mental Sinema wants to be your pornographic antidote.
Porn has so many niches. But there’s a strange gap between the strong emotions evoked by the pornographic act as such and the terrible boredom many porn productions are spreading. Some porn producers try to fill this gap with quality. This is certainly a good idea, but it’s not enough, I think.
The things porn is missing most are emotions and intellect. While some of the more high-quality productions (and even some cheap gonzos, too) are successful in evoking feelings of tenderness and passion, the mind is usually left out in the cold. Is this a natural law, because you can’t think with a stiff cock? Not necessarily.
But even if we’re going to fill that gap with emotions and intellect, there’s one thing we’ll never forget. It’s enjoying these really sleazy things, too. It’s the right mixture of things, the dose that makes the poison, like Paracelsus said.
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