Submissives are father to the master
Julie Simone on the thrill of spanking women
“Our vaginas are not a proving ground for men to make us squirt,” says Vagina #1
“This is made for people from Oklahoma and Kansas,” the earnest and affable Beck says after the screening. “That’s why there’s a dog in every scene.”
“Everyone is aware of limits, so that when the limits get breached there is a reckoning.”
Useful promotional materials reflect well on the product.
Sasha Heart shows us that lesbians aren’t just thinking about pet rescue anymore.
Franzblau has arrived at the Unicorn Level of the BDSM world: The Switch
Two books tell a story about porn in a (better?) time and place
Gram’s Dirty Dozen of 2013 (powered by Gamelink)
Mia Malkova is not some wizened strip of sex jerky, walking amongst the cranes and helipads of Downtown L.A. in director Mason’s “Erotica X.” In fact, had she skipped lunch, she might have blown right off the roof.
Somewhere after “Mean Girls,” Lindsey Lohan became porny in affectation without showing the skin to back it up. Then all the curves melted away in a haboob of cocaine. Finally, by “The Canyons,” we kind of didn’t want to see her naked anymore. Natasha Nice reminds us of all that promise, and delivers in a crazy joyride of flesh and drama.
Discretion is key in personal rubbing-one-out devices, but is it too much to ask for some bonsai sea monster action, too? Well, the creators of the Gröömin don’t think so; they want you to feel like you could destroy Tokyo with the head of your penis.
Wouldn’t it be great if a pornographer were brave enough to name her movie after a Guess Who song? Dana Vespoli is that pornographer.
If this town had a Wicker Man, “Summer Lovin'” would have been a way better movie.
So many things to see in Japan, but a vagina in porn isn’t one of them
“Then why was there only one set of footprints?”
“Because I was fucking you.”
In which I use the term “bulbourethral.”
Nurse Dani Daniels is an angel of mercy to a man who accidentally ingested his uncle’s boner pills. Gram Ponante (America’s Beloved Porn Journalist) says it happens more often than you’d think.
Bonnie Rotten plays a sex-and-apocalypse-wizened bounty hunter in the movie Tommy Pistol was born to make.