Membership fee out of line with the site contents.
Since this is a new site that just started a few months ago, and the site has only a small amount of content, they should really offer, until the site has grown a lot, a smaller subscription fee, for at least 6 months or more.
I know that the site operators want to cover expenses and all, but considering the relative lack of content versus competing sites, it's seems like a bad business decision to charge more for a monthly membership than mega-sites like Met-Art, MPL Studios, or Femjoy, which have years of back-logged content, gorgeous models, and a lower monthly price (about $20/month with PU discount).
I know some PU members have said the recent updates at Teen Mega World are below the standards that Teen Mega World had before.
But one thing that I think is an improvement, not just at Teen Mega World but at some other sites as well, is that we are seeing some new stunt cocks appearing in these videos. I am glad that the 3 main stunt cocks at Teen Mega World are appearing less often.
I took advantage of the $5.00/30 day membership to Naughty America today.
I unchecked the pre-check membership to a bonus site.
But after logging in to the Naughty America site, I found an email in my Spam folder that says:
Congratulations you have activated your bonus membership to NALive.
There are NO monthly membership fees for accessing this new site! You will ONLY be charged if you access our clearly marked premium areas at the listed per min rate.
Please log on and enjoy the Free Guest Chats and talk to all our HOT MODELS who are waiting for you!
You can point your browser to http://www.nalive.com/ to use your membership. Your account information is shown below for reference purposes. Any purchases made on your account will be discreetly billed as Epoch.com.
Appears to be in the style of X-Art, Joymii, Sex Art, 18 Only Girls, Young Legal Porn.
High quality photosets and videos. This is a new site that started late 2012. So the site is still small. The girls are slender white teens or early twenties. Very attractive.
Currently about 65 videos.
Currently about 47 photosets.
It makes a difference how you get to the preview page of this site.
If you use the hot links from PU/TBP to get to this site, you find working preview pages that will give you a list of the models at the site, plus samples of the videos and photos.
If, instead, you use http://www.babesnetworkDOTcom/tgp/?nats=...es.126.96.36.199.0.0.0.0,
you get a preview page that shows thumbnails of videos. That page does not lead to any listing of models, or to any sample of videos or photos. Apparently, they put the page up on the Internet, and haven't bothered to finish the rest of the preview pages/links at that URL.
The thumbnails do lead to a signup page, so I thought the preview pages were broken. Until I stumbled across the PU/TBP links to the site.
MPL Studios is currently offering $19.95/month recurring.
Site says it's a limited time offer. This has been offered at this price before, but there's no way of telling how long this offer will last.
If you haven't been a member of this site before, and you like softcore teen photography in the style of Met-Art, you will probably like this site as well. High quality, glossy style softcore teen photos. They also have videos, with some that are HD. But the main draw is the photosets.
X-Art has a new feature I just noticed. Live cams. I don't think it's a service that X-Art itself created. It's more like a link to a live cam feed that X-Art links to. So X-Art members can watch live cams, for free for the public chats, or by paying a fee to enter the private chats. Just like a lot of the adult sites seem to be doing.
I remember the old days when Met-Art had their live cam shows. But that was different, in that Met-Art itself created the live cam shows, and allowed members to watch the shows the girls put on for free (public chats), or by paying a fee to watch the private chats. The Met-Art cams were special, because the girls were regulars, and the shows they put on, which were mainly not that explicit, were really audience friendly, and the girls often developed a rapport with the audience members. It was more like a club than the live cams that are offered today.
Many of the live cams today, although supposedly free, are basically designed to cost the members money. The old Met-Art live cams were less designed to cost the members money. You could enjoy the girls shows for many hours each day for free.
Unfortunately, Met-Art dropped that service many years ago. They did offer a link to a live cam service afterwards, but that service was more like the ones that are currently being offered, which are designed to make money off the members, instead of being truly free.
Diesel simplified the login page across all their sites recently. Now, after your first successful login, you won't need to retype 4 captcha numbers anymore, while you are using their services from the same IP you used for your first successful login.
When you change your location, though, the system will require you to fill in a captcha again for one time and record your new place so your second login from your new location will be without captcha again.
I recently saw one page on the internet that showed 16 bonus sites if you join through Give Me Teens. But those sites did not include Rocco Siffredi or Peter North, two of the top sites in the network.
However, at the Give Me Teens site, there is a page that states membership to Give Me Teens does give access to to the entire bonus network.
The 5 sites I listed above are the main sites, but there are also some other sites that have value.
So I am thinking that the one internet page I saw recently, that only listed 16 bonus sites, was only showing a partial list of the sites you get access to.
Temporary problem logging in to Teen Mega World network through exgfbox.
I can get to the public page of the site, but can't log in to the members area of the site.
Probably just a temporary matter. But annoying.
The message I get is:
The connection was reset
The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading.
The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few
If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network
If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure
that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
I doubt that many members of TMW join through the exgfbox site, because it's one of the poorer offerings of TMW.
So I doubt that the site is too busy.
My guess is that's it's a server problem.
And I might have to clear my cookies, before I can get back in, because even if the servers/site does become available, a cookie or stored image of the site error message on my computer might prevent me from logging in, because I won't get a fresh image of the login page for the site.
PS: I don't mean to complain too much. Usually Teen Mega World network (and its member sites) allow fast login, and good download speeds.
Whenever I log into the site, I have to first give a captcha number through the Diesel Access page. But the first number I give always returns an error message, stating that either the captcha was wrong, or that my browser does not accept cookies.
The second time I enter a different captcha number, the captcha entry is accepted, and I am able to log in.
No big thing. But I wish they dropped the captcha entirely.
1. MET-Art (originally Most Erotic Teens) is a softcore pornography website owned by HLP General Partners Incorporated of Santa Monica, California. The site features erotic photographs of partially or completely naked women, and has been online since circa 1999.
2. Not to be confused with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
But much easier to visit than the New York City museum. And the price to visit the online site is much cheaper.
3. Headquarters: Santa Monica, California
Parent HLP General Partners, INC
It surprises me that the headquarters are in Santa Monica, California.
Almost all the models used in the early years of Met-Art were Eastern European girls.
And the photographers were mainly from Europe, as well.
Most of the models are still from Eastern Europe.
And most of the photographers are still from Europe.
What I want to really know:
If I drive down to Santa Monica, California, how many of the Met-Art girls will I be able to meet?
My guess is: Zero to none, since the site uses very few models from the United States, and almost all the photoshoots are done in Europe.
Can anyone explain to me the benefit of having a headquarters in Santa Monica, California? Versus some place in Europe. I can understand not locating in Russia or some area around there, because the authorities might turn against porn and shut the operation down or force it to move. The same thing happened with Abby Winters in Australia, I think, which is why Abby Winters moved from Australia to Europe.
When you download a photoset of a model, it includes a small bio sheet for the model.
The model sheet includes:
And maybe a few small details about what the model likes or is doing.
The age of the model refers to the age she was at the time the photoset was posted to the site. (I believe that's what it's supposed to refer to. Less probable, it was the age the model was at the time of the photo shoot.)
Anyway, the computer program that is responsible for printing out the bio sheet has been, in error, I believe, now set up to print the age the model is currently.
On the Metart site, there is a bio section for each model, and that section gives the current age of the model.
But the downloaded bio sheet, that comes with a specific photoset, is supposed to give the age of the model at the time the photoset was posted to the site.
Instead, it now gives the current age of the model.
Met-Art is probably the biggest site for softcore teen photography, based on content.
And the site just keeps getting bigger. They add up to 6 photosets and videos per day. I don't know of any softcore teen photo site that comes close to that in terms of updates.
But over the years, they also tinker with the site to make it user friendly. They have a massive amount of content, but I feel the site is very easy to use.
One example of how they to make the contents more accessible/user friendly:
Years ago, the naming system for zip downloads of photosets used a combination of letters and numbers. Then they switched to a different system, where the filenames were much longer, but that tried to describe the file contents more clearly. The system they use now is much improved:
It gives the site name, the date the photoset was posted at Met-Art, the name of the photoset, the model(s) featured in the photoset, the photographer, and the definition of the photoset (low, medium, or high).
Would be a photoset posted on 2011-05-08, with the title, "Presenting Felicia", featuring the model Felicia B, by the photographer Dolce, and the definition is high.
Personally, I would rather that the name of the model comes before the name of the photoset. And I would prefer the date of the set comes before the name of the photoset. For example:
Felicia B-2011.05.08-Presenting Felicia
That would make more sense, and make it easier to categorize, as far as I can see.
Because when you are looking over your photosets, you want to know who the model is, when the photoset was posted, and then the name of the photoset.
I pay less attention to who the photographer is. And I try to keep all the Met-Art sets in a common group for Met-Art.
But it's nice that Met-Art tries, on a constant basis, to make the site more user-friendly.
I visit Met-Art more often than I go to any museum. For one, it's easier to visit. For another, the contents are more interesting. For another, Met-Art is like a museum, that is cultural, uplifting, and stimulates the mind.
There are very few porn sites that fit that description.
In the TBP site, it says: "Could not locate exclusive content information."
Most of the site contents is exclusive, I believe. But don't expect 100% exclusive content.
Two main reasons for non-exclusive content:
1. They post videos and photo sets from other sites, as a cross-selling feature. Those videos and photo sets are clearly marked as coming from other sites, along with a link to those sites with a discount for joining.
2. They post videos and photo sets from a supplier who sells to other sites/networks. I've seen some videos that were posted at the Teen Mega World network, and later posted at 18 Only Girls. However, when the videos are posted at 18 Only Girls (or at Young Legal Porn, another site in the Diesel network), the videos offer a higher definition option, and usually have better lighting, better colors, and a higher quality to the video. So I think that's a good thing, where you can get a better quality version of a video, even if you saw it at another network.
This is not a news flash. They've always been boring.
I get more fun watching some commercials than I get out of watching most Metart videos. How do they make videos of beautiful, lovely models getting undressed so boring?
Many of their photosets are alluring, lovely, outstanding, really gorgeous to look at.
But my main question is: why can the Metart photosets be so alluring? And at the same time, their videos so boring?
Separately, when the downloaded Metart videos play back, there is sometimes a mosaic effect where the colors are sometimes pixellated, and that is just another distracting effect. What causes this? I don't get this effect watching videos I download from Diesel network or Teen Mega World or other sites I download from.
I don't have a gaming computer, that is set up for fast visual effects. But my laptop, and my desktop, are both fairly new, within the last year, so I should be able to play back even the 1080p videos with no problems, I would think.
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