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Where do you see porn in ten years?

Type: General

Submitted by careylowell (18)
All vids, no pics 7% 2 Votes
Brutal as we grow desensitized 20% 6 Votes
Less brutal to attract women 13% 4 Votes
Every night on prime time TV 10% 3 Votes
Other 50% 15 Votes

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30 Votes Total

Aug 13, 2013

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rearadmiral (326) I chose other mostly because I have no idea. I think one trend to watch for is that even though they represent a minority in both countries, the religious zealots in both the U.S. and Russia have a lot of political power and politicians are willing to exploit that. Porn may become riskier to make, and therefore harder to get. Couple that with the silly pandering of the U.K. to attempt to limit porn (an idea also floated by a Canadian conservative politician) to block porn* and the future may not be so rosy.

(* I have to admit that as silly as this idea is, I support it - as long as I'm the one who gets to define what porn is. Someone has to have the job so it might as well be me. You'll be able to access websites where one or more consenting adults engage in all manner of sexual activity because that is normal and natural. What you'll need to register to see is the truly offensive stuff, like sites that tell you that there is an old man who lives in the sky who hates gays and women and demands you do too.)

08-13-13  04:50am

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Cybertoad (104)
I think if we compare it to other countries sex will continue to come across the air waves even more so.
In fact Porn my be so widely aquired many will go out of business when all porn TV like HBO has there own. There are some now but with higher internet speeds and new TV's with harddrives it is just a matter of time when your tv is your PC and one box will do it all. I can already see Xbox allowing porn and integrating game units into the tv Sony could do this easy. I think Porn will be like any game playing or movie watching now. And porn sites like PU/TBP and the big sellers may not exist in 10 years are porn moves to main stream.

08-13-13  06:13am

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Capn (28) I don't know.

We get what we get.

It has been quite a while since I have seen any quantity of on topic material in my preferred niche, so I can only hope the turn of fashion favours it soon. ;0)

Cap'n. :0/

08-13-13  09:06am

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Wittyguy (95) It's probably going to be about the same: pics and vids. Maybe some more 3-D stuff but no game changers until virtual reality and holograms get good. Looking back 10 years ago, we didn't have large networks and vids were still in their infancy (at least size-wise) and we didn't have zips but not a lot has changed in my mind anyway.
08-13-13  03:25pm

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gaypornolover (38) Other - I don't think any of those options will occur.

Pictures still seem to be going strong and there is still a market for them - so I can't see what would change that in ten years. Video has been around long enough to kill pictures if it was going to - there is clearly still demand for pics in the face of video so I can see nothing that would change that.

I agree porn does seem to have gotten progressively more brutal, but not all porn. I also don't see how it could go much further without being illegal, so I think we've seen as brutal as we're going to get.

Less brutal to attract women? There is already porn aimed at women, and porn not especially aimed at women, which is less brutal. Brutal porn is really a genre of porn, not porn itself.

Every night on prime time TV? I don't think so - attitudes to porn may be a little more liberal now but not that liberal - and the easy availability of porn on the internet would make it largely irrelevant anyway. Porn doesn't sppeal to enough people who are willing admit it to get the ratings on prime time TV.

08-13-13  04:12pm

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turboshaft (24) Other, or none of the above.

I don't know what "brutal" could entail as their is only so much appetite for what the Max Hardcore types out there will do for the camera (or in his case the prosecution). I think we will at least see a continuation of the HotKinkyJo and Kink.com flavors of filth be produced and paid for, but not necessarily in any more mainstream ways than they already are. Also with the pleasure police still sticking their noses into everything in the name of "the children" it's going to be hard for sites to go beyond the Internet to market and sell their product, even when demand increases.

The bigger question for the future isn't so much content but format; how exactly will porn be sold to still be profitable? I can't see long scenes or features being too popular, the same way iTunes and MP3s have sucked much of the lifeblood out of the album format in the music industry.

Either way porn isn't going anywhere. :-)

08-13-13  05:07pm

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pat362 (367) I honestly don't know and the current trend doesn't inspire me with confidence that it will be the kind that I care to watch.
08-13-13  06:19pm

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Buckhead (13) Another other, as I do not agree with any of the options. I have a feeling that "SkiniMax" may be showing hardcore similar to today's Playboy channel, but I do not think it will be on prime time.

It is interesting though...I occasionally watch the late night Cinemax shows/movies for the humor of it. Several of the "raunchy" cable shows were regularly showing direct vagina shots (and a penis or two) a year or two ago and I thought we were easing towards more hardcore on premium channels. However, the stuff produced this year seems to be a lot more "tame" and just be back to "boobs n bush."

08-13-13  08:32pm

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littlejoe (23) it will be illegal
08-13-13  10:42pm

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RagingBuddhist (63) Along the lines of what littlejoe said, I think it will be heavily repressed through legislation. The Wild West years of the Internet are done. Lawmakers are already pushing to police the Web - I can only see them eventually getting what they want.
08-14-13  12:22am

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qvtta (0) REPLY TO #5 - gaypornolover :

"Less brutal to attract women? There is already porn aimed at women, and porn not especially aimed at women, which is less brutal. Brutal porn is really a genre of porn, not porn itself."

I think brutal porn is pretty sick and very weird. That kinda stuff should disappear entirely imo. I just don't understand violence and sex together? Seriously what the hell?

09-14-13  05:11am

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