BY Eliza C. Thompson
on Jul 02, 2012
If you are a human with access to the internet, you are probably aware that Magic Mike premiered this weekend. You are probably also aware that it involved mostly naked men, several of whom are very, very good-looking, and one of whom is a very excellent dancer. But here's the thing--did you also know that there's a thing called pornography? Because that exists, too, and if you're into naked dudes, you should probably just watch that instead.
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BY shannon carlin
on Sep 16, 2011
Are you one of those people who wishes porn could be a little more cinematic? Well then we have a film festival for you.
Kicking off this Saturday, Good Vibrations’ 6th Annual Indie Erotic Film Festival out in San Francisco plans to celebrate smut in all its forms. From gay to straight, kinky to romantic, the films in the festival always keep things sex positive. The weeklong festival ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson
on Jun 09, 2011
Candy Rain, a porn magazine made by women for women “who love the d and know that there’s nothing sexier than humor,” is celebrating the release of their second issue!
There will be performances by Johnny Nelson and Ease DaMan, as well as burlesque by Miss Spoke, and the 3rd Candy Rain WETdude Contest. There's even going to be a raffle featuring tons of cool prizes like a Halcyon gift certificate, knitting lessons from La Casita Yarn Café, ... Read More
on Feb 11, 2011
In this Daily Beast article, Jacob Bernstein explores the phenomenon of lesbians watching gay male porn. The article brings up so many great points about desire and attraction. What do people watch when they watch porn? There are many different theories about what men are actually watching when they look at porn, but what about women? Contrary to popular belief, women apparently watch just as much porn as men, so what are they watching? And why in the world are ... Read More
BY Emma Claire Goodman
on Feb 10, 2011
While Japan has for a long time allowed and seemingly supported the consumption of sexually explicit or even just suggestive material, yesterday The New York Times reported that a newly revised ordinance by Tokyo’s metropolitan government, will restrict the sale of material including provocative depictions of underage girls, claiming that continuing to allow the prevalence of such media will only allow the furthered exploitation and fetishization ... Read More