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07-24-14  04:30am - 20 hrs Is Porn Losing Its sparkle or Do You Think Its Great These Days (32 Posts) - #32
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I think the problem with a lot of the niches is that they have become so extreme as the producers have no interest in reaching out, just in squeezing every last cent out of the people they already have.

These days an anal site won't be simple anal sex, the girls will be taking 5 cocks violently up the ass until they're bleeding, all doing cream pies, and then drinking the residue. A bondage site isn't just bondage, it is girls being beaten and kicked senseless, having 4 dildos shoved into their anuses at the same time, half drowned and just left a crying semi-conscious wreck on the floor - of course with an "interview" afterwards to say it was all fun really.

There is no restraint anymore, and reasonable people find most professional porn repulsive - which is why amateur material, even if badly lit and shot, is so popular.

Our niche, if you can call it that, is beautiful stylish people having beautiful stylish sex. That barely exists now - when did someone last make a film like Zazel?

07-12-14  11:12am - 12 days NoFagsHere indeed... I'm off! (25 Posts) - #6
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Thanks for the prompt response. I like what you changed it too!

07-11-14  11:17pm - 13 days NoFagsHere indeed... I'm off! (25 Posts) - #2
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I entirely agree with you. I saw that name yesterday and considered complaining. I am straight, but even to me that name is outright offensive, and deliberately so.

Obviously, by allowing it, the owners of this site are confusing freedom of expression with freedom to abuse. They should be ashamed of themselves.

Nofagshere you are a repulsive homophobic bigot. You and your kind should just crawl back under your rocks. Nothing you could write on this site could be considered in any way worthwhile. The world would be a better place without you.

Gaypornlover - I doubt we have any porn viewing habits in common, but you should be welcome on any site or forum.

I am Parsnip. Straight but not narrow.

07-10-14  11:06am - 14 days Is Porn Losing Its sparkle or Do You Think Its Great These Days (32 Posts) - #23
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Originally Posted by rearadmiral:


Now back to today where for the cost of one VHS or DVD movie with three or four scenes I can get a membership to a site offering hundreds or even thousands of scenes.


I'm not denying it's a golden age for CHEAP porn. It's just that it is now all about volume, with little beauty or style. As you say, most of it is an endurance test to see just how much abuse the female body can withstand.

As for the male performers, I blame viagra. These days they don't have to actually be aroused, which for most men would require at least a little intimacy. They just pop a few pills, and pile away at the girls. That's why they so often find it hard to ejaculate.

07-07-14  01:56am - 17 days Interesting article about X-Art and their copyright defence (18 Posts) - #19
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This country is falling apart. Everything is made down to a budget, at the absolute minimum quality to do the job. If you have breakfast in a motel, it will be on polystyrene plates so thin that they aren't stiff enough to carry the food, and the plastic cutlery is so feeble it breaks before cutting anything. If you buy a car you can put your thumb through the dashboard. Supermarket food is chemical-ridden and disgusting. And as for the infrastructure...

Can you expect porn to be any different? It seems to be in our DNA. We put immediate short term profit before anything. I have serious issues with X-Art over their spurious "copyright protection" activities, but I don't blame them for the drop in quality. They just decided they would make more money cranking out a large amount of cheap stuff, using the same sets over and over, without any effort in the setups, just doing nastier sex - high volume, cheap and nasty is what most americans seem to want.

07-07-14  01:43am - 17 days Is Porn Losing Its sparkle or Do You Think Its Great These Days (32 Posts) - #7
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Originally Posted by pat362:


Are those sites still able to hire models that are all natural and attractive or is the crop of available talent also suffering?


TLE is a little different as the material is darker and the girls are often not obviously attractive, so I'll give them a pass. They rely on imaginative photography rather than beautiful girls, but were definitely in a bit of a quality drop at the time I left.

As for SexArt, I think they pretty much get the best of what's available, but a lot of the girls aren't that special. When I left they were running a long series (12 parts, I think) starring 2 girls - both were pretty good performers, but one wouldn't have got a job as a fluffer on an Andrew Blake set and the other, while cute & young, looked more like a garden gnome than a porn star.

It used to be said that the best looking girls did porn, and the next best went into prostitution. Its the other way around now. Last year I went to an FKK club in Switzerland with some clients. As a very happily married man, not exactly what I wanted to do, but I sat around, chatted to the girls, and faded into the background. At least half the girls there were prettier than anything you see in porn, and this wasn't a top of the range place. I had a drink (honest!) with a 19 year old Romanian girl who looked like Little Caprice with bigger eyes & breasts. She spoke perfect English, and was stunning. I asked whether she had thought of modelling and told her who she looked like - she laughed at me and said she was safe in the club, got regular money, and "don't have to do nasty things". This drop dead gorgeous girl felt better off turning tricks for $70 a pop in a club. That's what's wrong with the porn business.

From a purely selfish point of view, the obsession with brutal, nasty, abusive material in porn has meant that I don't get to see the most beautiful girls in the world having nice sex any more.

07-06-14  02:01pm - 18 days Is Porn Losing Its sparkle or Do You Think Its Great These Days (32 Posts) - #3
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Pat, I couldn't agree more.

To compare the majority of the performers today with the stunning girls from Andrew Blake etc 20 years ago is pitiful. The pathetic money and horrible abuse the girls have to suffer mean that high class girls just don't do it any more - and if they get into it without realising what it's like they get out of it quick. Even the majority of girls on the "heartcore" sites are really nothing special. As you say, for many girls it is a loss-leader for their escort work.

Porn is just a grotesque freak show now. Nothing joyful or beautiful, just an endless stream of extreme, painful and dangerous acts. I'm no longer a member of any sites at all. I may rejoin SexArt & TheLifeErotic for a month, but even they are slipping. I can't imagine taking a long term membership to anything again.

07-04-14  12:32pm - 20 days Interesting article about X-Art and their copyright defence (18 Posts) - #14
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"The Monsanto of porn" Love it

07-01-14  02:09pm - 23 days Google says no more porn ads. (36 Posts) - #24
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:

I saw this happening to porn two years ago and posted it here, people kinda chuckled, I knew it would occur because people were going after our 2nd amendment rights, now they are talking about limiting what people can blog about, and even put on your tube. Freedom is not about, guns, churches,porn, or speech. Its about the right to be free to enjoy them as we choose. We remove one, we allow them all to be removed.



Mmmmm. That's wild. I somehow doubt the founding fathers, when they framed the amendment about not having an established religion, expected it to be used to protect someone's "right" to set 6 guys onto a girl, beat her senseless, slap, beat, punch her to oblivion, split her orifices apart, rip her insides out, and film it for psychos to masturbate to. Anymore that they expected the amendment about well regulated militias to be used to allow whackjobs to march into their local bar and slap multi-shot assault weapons on the table.

All these rights have restrictions, they aren't unlimited. Behave responsibly and they won't be threatened - and if they are you will be defended. Insist on using them to abuse, injure and intimidate others and you'll find you're on your own.

Oh - and google aren't doing anything against any part of the constitution. What business they choose to accept is up to them.

06-19-14  12:02am - 36 days "A Rosebud By Any Other Name..." (25 Posts) - #10
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I don't get the analogy with sport - unless fans are being sexually aroused by watching close-up detail of deliberately inflicted injuries, and the players get no compensation, that is...

The are two crucial quotes in the article, one is that "everyone is pressured to do anal", the other is "they make you sign a waiver before doing this kind of scene". Consent is meaningless unless is it freely given and informed. If this stuff wasn't so dangerous, why do they insist on a waiver? They know they'd be financially wiped out, that's why.

I know I'm supposed to be nice and cuddly with everybody here, but the utter lack of humanity and blazing hatred of women that you must have to watch this sort of thing is beyond me. You are watching serious long term, life changing injuries. That is sick. You are lying to yourself if you pretend otherwise.

06-17-14  11:12pm - 37 days "A Rosebud By Any Other Name..." (25 Posts) - #2
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I think some of the fools around here who like this sort of stuff should read this. It absolutely sickening that porn has come to this.

Something that should be life affirming and beautiful has become all about watching desperate girls receiving long term life changing injuries.

I honestly believe that in 10 years time people will look back at the current period, where it has just been open season to commit any abuse on women, with utter disbelief. It really has to end.

To the people who watch this, and kink, and the rest of it. How the hell do you sleep at night?

06-11-14  06:35pm - 43 days Interesting article about X-Art and their copyright defence (18 Posts) - #9
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Just as important is that x-art could well have been seeding the torrents which people have been downloading. They've been accused of it, and also of not removing torrents so that they could catch more victims. It is pretty clear entrapment. They've also had other films with very nasty sounding titles available on the torrents, but not publicised, and they have accused their victims of downloading them too - even if they don't hold copyright for films with those names, and the files on the torrents weren't those films anyway.

Their aim has been to intimidate victims by threatening to publicise that they not only downloaded "Teenagers in love" or something similar (which they may well have done) but also abusive and potentially illegal sounding titles, (which they certainly wouldn't have, but think of what that accusation could do to someone).

There's a reason one federal judge called them extortionists. They've gone way beyond legit copyright protection here.

06-11-14  12:00am - 44 days AB 1576 passes committee (42 Posts) - #39
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I wonder whether some people are finally getting it about how porn is made, and what those extreme acts they so love watching are like to perform. You can see above the number of girls who are hurt, and are bullied and forced into doing painful and dangerous things for your pleasure.

On YouTube I found a Brit documentary called something like "Date my Pornstar". It was from a government free to air network called Channel 4, which shows how wild their tv must be! Anyway, they took 3 porn fans over to LA for a couple of weeks to watch porn being made, talk to various performers and producers, and go on a date with their favourite star. They started out really excited, talking about all the stuff they wanted to see. One in particular was obsessed with extreme stuff and insisted that it was all fine and the girls agreed to everything so it was OK. They became rapidly disillusioned and shocked as they saw the reality, and found out about the real bullying and suffering that goes on. A few weeks after, the producers visited each guy. Two has stopped watching porn completely and the other has cut right back.

If you are reduced to demanding the right to carry on committing the kind of abuse most modern porn entails, you aren't going to get a lot of people supporting you.

If the producers of porn won't control themselves, and the consumers refuse to think about what they are watching, in the end the authorities will step in and find some way to act. If this upsets those of you who have sunk so far that you are only now aroused by watching girls being beaten senseless, in clear extreme distress and pain, and suffering serious injuries then, frankly, tough. It's a good thing.

05-27-14  11:58pm - 58 days Credit card porn guidelines in US (20 Posts) - #19
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No it goes back way before that. The site started as "Most Erotic Teens" (that's where the "Met" comes from) in the 1990's and specialised in girls under 18 which were technically legal under federal law but fell foul of a lot of local laws, and were illegal in most other countries. That put the credit card companies at risk and I believe that is why they cleaned up their act in about 2002.

Anyway, that's not the real point here, except that it shows that the credit card companies can exert some positive influence when the law fails to.

05-26-14  11:59pm - 59 days Credit card porn guidelines in US (20 Posts) - #17
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10 - 12 years ago there were a lot of sites with underage material which was technically legal (for example the earlier incarnations of MetArt) - the credit card companies made them change or put them out of business.

They work on the principle that they may be the first people that local lawmakers may come after as they could be considered to be enabling access to the material. After all, they aren't saying that the companies can't make the material, just that they won't participate in charging customers for it. As businesses they have that right.

The extreme end of so-called S&M (Kink has nothing to do with real S&M) has become so violent and abusive that it almost impossible for the girls to survive it. Acworth and his associates have made fortunes through marketing ever increasing levels of brutality to an audience that has no limits to it's depravity. It the authorities can't exert some sort of control, we should be thankful that the credit card companies are prepared to.

05-18-14  05:50am - 67 days Interesting article about X-Art and their copyright defence (18 Posts) - #2
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They play up the mom & pop sunshine and apple pie image, but nothing could be further from the truth. They must be one of the few sites that doesn't mention the parent company name anywhere on the site, for a reason. Google "Malibu Media", for a start google fills in the word "lawsuit" for you, and the reports of their activities would make your hair stand on end.

03-31-14  12:33pm - 115 days Bonnie Rotten as the new 'Squirtwoman' (23 Posts) - #15
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Originally Posted by pat362:

as the amount of women willing to do porn is getting so small


Kind of inevitable given that most porn consumers seem to want such ugly, brutal material. There are a limited number of girls prepared to suffer several hours of excruciating pain and risk serious injury for $1000 or less. Given the poverty in eastern Europe there is more chance there, but over here you can pretty much forget it.

Look at the old Andrew Blake movies - back in the '90s you could see the most beautiful girls in the world doing porn. Now the only qualification is a willingness to have your ass ripped apart while keeping a weak smile on your face.

03-26-14  01:27pm - 120 days I have nothing against the men in porn, butů (7 Posts) - #3
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Disagree. Comes down to whether you are watching on your own I guess

02-26-14  08:02am - 148 days Video Storage Strategies (5 Posts) - #2
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(1) don't keep the crap, even if you are a "completist"
(2) if data doesn't exist twice, it doesn't exist. You must back everything up

So yes, it might involve a lot of disk drives!

02-16-14  06:18am - 158 days Anyone remember the first days of their internet porn usage? (28 Posts) - #22
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My first computer "porn" was an ascii print out that looked something like Raquel Welch, on a long roll of paper. Well, it was 1976 and I was 15 years old, so it was pretty exciting!

The first film I downloaded was in about 1998, off usenet. It was 89MB, took 2 days to download in about 80 segments - a 4 minute clip of a Color Climax film. I didn't bother with films again until the advent of broadband.

I've just come back from a business trip, and have downloaded all the updates from SexArt & TheLifeErotic from the last 10 days, well over 12GB in total, in under an hour! How times have changed.

Which makes me think - how can the membership/unlimited download business model continue to work? If you can join any site for 1 month, and download years of material, and never rejoin, how are they going to make money? The situation will only get worse as the libraries on the sites get larger and internet connections get faster. In the end, something has to give or we will be able to download a lifetime's worth of porn in one month's membership of one site. Even without all the piracy, you can see how the business is dying. Maybe they will only give unlimited access to their libraries to members with annual subscriptions.

02-16-14  02:23am - 158 days Condom Use in Jynx Maze February Scene on Brazzers (25 Posts) - #17
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Trouble is, we can't put men on the moon any more!

02-14-14  11:43am - 160 days Condom Use in Jynx Maze February Scene on Brazzers (25 Posts) - #11
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Hear hear, absolutely right from start to finish. Particularly about the anal cream pie - the vagina has evolved to accept other people's fluids and is quite good a fighting off infection, the anus hasn't. If the male has anything, the girl is practically guaranteed to be infected. Mind you, I doubt whether those who are primarily interested in watching girl's asses getting ripped to bits would give too much of a damn.

01-05-14  04:54pm - 200 days 720p vids are all I need or want (22 Posts) - #21
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At home I watch on a 50in HD tv. 1080p definitely looks much better and is well worth it. A decent 720p at a good bitrate is OK. Lower resolutions just look baaad.

As for photos - the max size is usually what comes off the camera I should think. As long as they've done a "save for web", the size shouldn't be too great.

I always download the largest size, as I have stuff that is 10 years old that still looks OK - if I'd download lower res versions then I'd have nothing worth watching from that time.

01-03-14  04:58am - 202 days Advanced economics (26 Posts) - #2
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They are relying on inertia/ignorance. People forget or can't be bothered to cancel, or think that if they cancel access will stop immediately so they wait until the end and either forget it at least end up getting charged for another month. Also a lot of people may not by quite so obsessed and don't download a complete site immediately!

The thing to remember about the economics of porn is that they are a complete disaster. Hardly anyone is making any money, many studios have closed and there is a fraction of the porn made now than a few years ago. Most sites are just squeezing out what they can and hanging in there. The reasons for this come down to piracy and the porn business's response to it. Rather than reaching out to new markets (who are less likely to know how to pirate) by producing better and better quality material and making membership worthwhile by creating sites that are real communities, most porn companies have just tried to produce higher volumes of ever nastier and more brutal material to appeal to existing customers - who are exactly the type of people who will pirate. It's a business model that has comprehensively failed - I read a James Deen interview recently where he said he didn't think there will be any professional porn in 5 years time. Given how repulsive and abusive most of it has become, I can't say that upsets me much.

01-01-14  09:25am - 204 days Any new information on the replacement TBP/PU site rollout? (35 Posts) - #34
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I wrote all my reviews in .txt files, and copied them onto the site. I kept the originals - I could just update them a bit and repost if they can't be migrated.

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