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There are a lot of issues with mainstream porn: It tends to be totally centered on what's hot for men, can often depict women in a degrading or dehumanizing way, and isn't always made or shared in a way that's fair or respectful to the performers.




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There are some exceptions to this, but in general, there's usually a cost involved to view ethical porn films to make sure performers and filmmakers are paid fairly. The money is used to pay everyone included in the process and to ensure a film is created in a safe space.


"Centralizing the physical and emotional safety of performers is essential in creating ethical porn," Lewis explains. That means performers aren't pressured into doing things they don't want to do or put in unsafe or compromising situations, ever. Performers are people with feelings and opinions that deserve to be listened to just like anyone else. Making sure they're comfortable and relaxed is necessary to create anything ethical.


A key component of ethical porn is accentuating what pleasure looks like, particularly pleasure for people with vaginas. A lot fewer fake orgasms and immediate arousal and a lot more giggling and skin-to-skin closeness. Sex can be messy and romantic and passionate.


Mainstream porn has left us with a male-dominated outlook on what sex is meant to look like, feel like, and even sound like. Ethical porn, on the other hand, often showcases what sex looks like from various perspectives and understands that people with vaginas not only watch porn but enjoy porn.


Mainstream porn tends to forget about the way the rest of the world looks, the fluidity of sexuality, and the fact that every age group has sex. But ethical porn platforms aim to feature people from all walks of life. The more inclusive, the better. After all, it's nice to see someone who looks like us in the erotic film we're watching.


Consent is such a crucial part of what makes mainstream porn seem icky. Sometimes it seems unclear whether the people in a film had agreed to what was happening, and there are many stories of performers who are hit with last-minute scene changes that led to tension on set. Ethical porn has none of that: Everything is created with enthusiastic consent from everyone involved and shared with everyone's consent. Everyone involved is old enough to consent to sex and given the opportunity to state what sexual activities they do or don't feel comfortable doing at any time.


Here's a list of platforms to help get you started on looking for ethical porn. That said, it's a good idea to put in your own research to truly dig into any platform you're considering using to make sure they're truly ethical (and not just using the label!) and align with your values.


Sssh is a crowdsourced erotic film platform that dives into the fantasies and desires shared among their members by combining porn and artistry. Through the use of storytelling techniques like virtual reality (VR) and narrative, their storylines stimulate both the mind and the body.


Just because a platform or film production house labels their films "ethical porn" does not necessarily mean that it's really made ethically, especially since not everyone agrees on what exactly makes a film and its production ethical.


She says "ethical porn" platforms or film companies should clarify their stance on what exactly makes their films ethical and "help consumers by being more specific about how they think they are honoring ethical concerns."


When The Post conducted several quick Spotify searches for smutty terms on Tuesday, the app displayed several user-generated playlists with pornographic images, including images of topless women and sex acts.


A teen [or child] who views porn and makes internal assumptions about the purposes, motivations, bodily requirements, etiquette [and so forth] of sexual acts without the guidance, education, and wise filtering explanations of an adult [making the gross assumption that the adult has a mature understanding of sexual intimacy] could be in danger of becoming a perpetrator and/or victim of some of the most heinous sexual acts without even recognizing them as wrong or out of place.


The consequences [a.k.a. LOSSES] of porn/sex addiction that I could think of are laid out below and are informed by clinical experience and insight. The italicized portions are examples of the changes in belief and value structures that develop as a teen views pornography.


Now, I want to be clear here that porn use extends beyond the male/female gender binary, but for the purpose of this post I am sharing my experience with porn from the perspective of a heterosexual, cisgender, white man.


Last February, after a decade of use, I decided to quit watching porn for 1 year. I did this, both for the challenge of seeing if I could do it, and for the chance to see how life might be different. Now this may not seem like a big deal, but it was actually a radical commitment to uphold.


A 2018 study suggests that around 85% of 1,036 participants reported using Internet porn during the previous 6 months. More men (80%) than women (26%) reported consuming online porn at least once a week.


Some people find porn sexually empowering. For example, females may find that certain genres of porn validate a wide range of sexual expressions. A 2012 paper argues that pornography demedicalizes female sexuality.


In an older survey-based study, 58.8% of people who used porn said that it positively affected their sex lives. The study relied on self-reports, not objective measures, so the results are inconclusive.


A 2016 review highlights data on porn-related sexual dysfunction. However, some experts have criticized these findings, and one of the authors is a proponent of the idea that porn addiction is common.


There are also some concerns with the creation of pornography and how it affects people involved in the industry. Some advocates argue that people are more likely to enter porn when they have a history of abuse, but a 2012 study disputes this notion. Some other potential problems include:


Current evidence around the positives and negatives of pornography use is mixed. A lot of studies utilize methods such as self-surveys, which bring to light the issue of reliability. More research must continue into the deeper psychological and physical implications of porn.


While dancing on stage around age 50, she was spotted by a producer from the porn company Reality Kings, scouting out his newest movie, MILF Hunters. Vanessa, with her flaming red hair and toned body, seemed perfect for the lead. When he asked her if she wanted to star in MILF Hunters, she said to herself, Why not? You cannot dance forever.


To this point, Neville said that, for many women, an interest in gay male porn improved their knowledge of LGBTQ+ issues, thereby making them more informed about homophobia, and actually influenced some to become activists.


Since hetero porn can feel inauthentic and at times even dangerous, many straight women would rather watch gay men get it on, as the sex feels more fun (see: consensual), shows appreciation for the male body as a whole and is removed of any patriarchal influence.


Debates about the ethics of porn can often seem abstract and ideological, but it is important that they centre around the people they tangibly impact. The critique should not seek to criminalize and punish sex workers for making a living. Moreover, not all porn is created equal, and the rise of ethical porn provides an important alternative. Instead, criticism should be aimed at companies like Pornhub and their respective business models, which incentivize them to profit off of the violence and trauma of others.


Rather than debating whether porn should be banned, it is important to focus the discourse on the systems and the companies that facilitate and actively partake in harm. Discussions should not fall into the trap of individual responsibility that tends to distract from the true perpetrators. The danger of criticizing porn is punishing people for their sexual desires. But as Kristof states, criticizing the porn industry and being sex-positive should not be mutually exclusive.


Awareness of the structural dynamics that enable porn should not become an excuse for mindless porn consumption. People can choose what type of pornography to watch, what stereotypes they buy into, and to stop consuming violence. Young people and students have the power to shape the way we understand sex, and resignation to injustice should not eclipse the power of dissent.


Snow entered the pornographic entertainment industry when she was 18 years old,[3][5] planning to work in porn for only a year.[6][5]One of her first professionally made and distributed movies was More Dirty Debutantes 152, produced by Ed Powers.[3]


Despite not using condoms during most of her scenes, she came out as one of the few performers in favor of the 2012 Measure B vote in Los Angeles, mandating the use of condoms for all pornographic movie scenes.[13]Snow left the pornographic film industry after ten years in 2011 and moved from Los Angeles to Macon, Missouri.[4]


In September 2013, Snow wrote an article for The Daily Beast titled "A Porn Star's Letter to Her Unborn Son" in which she announced she was pregnant with her first child and stated how she would explain her choice to work in the porn industry to her son once he is older.[21] The letter quickly went viral on the Internet.[22][23][24] She gave birth to her son in December 2013.[25] Her father stated that he was proud upon finding out about her occupation.[26]


The promise of virtual reality (VR) porn, to transform users from passive observers of sexual fantasies on screens into active participants in immersive erotic experiences, is alluring to anyone with even a passing interest in adult content.


Over the last year especially, as the pandemic has kept most of us homebound, the prospect of strapping on a headset and sliding into an orgiastic escape from our isolation and frustration has drawn even more potential users(Opens in a new tab) towards the technology. Yet many hesitate to take the plunge into the world of virtual reality porn simply because it's a new technology, dominated by new players, using new terminology. It can seem like a lot to learn. 041b061a72


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