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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.

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."

As a Nutaku title, you know Pornstar Harem will deliver fun, quality gameplay. This live-action/RPG harem game places you as a male pornstar, ready to win over the hearts and pussies of your female colleagues.

Sites like RedTube and Pornhub amass a lot of traffic because of their free material, but they are also becoming increasingly scrutinised over allegations of videos that aid exploitation and sex trafficking, and simultaneously dismiss consent. With that in mind, there surely must be great free porn sites better than Pornhub somewhere?

So what does this mean for the people putting in the work and actually making the porn? It means that they make very little off their videos, as the same company that their videos are owned by, are the same people that are pirating it and publishing it to these free websites. You see the issue with the pornhub website.

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The site has been compared to Stable Diffusion, an AI site that generates images based on word prompts. Although not designed to produce porn, Stable Diffusion has been used to create racy images, including porn deepfakes of celebrities.

The launch of Porn Pen raises questions about the future of the online porn industry. Sex workers making a living from selling exclusive images on sites such as OnlyFans could find a new, cheaper digital rival in AI-generated original porn images, but few are running scared of this new porn player quite yet.

A "discomfiting threat to free speech," say the editors of the New York Times. They're rattled by the recent Supreme Court decision upholding a law against child pornography. Kiddie porn is bad, they admit, but the law is broad enough to include virtual porn, and that shivers their timbers: In 2002, the court struck down parts of the Child Pornography Protection Act that banned images that appeared to be explicit depictions of children, even if they were actually pictures of adults or computer-generated images. Banning images in which there are no real children, the court held, violates the First Amendment.After that ruling, Congress passed a new law with its own problems. One provision punished anyone who "promotes" material in a manner "intended to cause another to believe" it is child pornography. That, once again, sweeps in fake child pornography -- which is just what the court in 2002 said must be avoided.This time, the court upheld the law by a 7-to-2 vote. That creates a bizarre contradiction. Fake child pornography is protected, but marketing fake child pornography is not. As Justice David Souter noted in dissent, it makes no sense to criminalize proposing to sell items that are themselves constitutionally protected.It may seem hard to muster much concern about the speech at issue here. But the implications go beyond child pornography. As Justice Souter reminds us, it is an important principle in the court's political speech and sedition cases that speech cannot be banned based on bad intent, only on a "realistic, factual assessment of harm." Implicit in the Times's reasoning is the conviction that the harm of pornography is limited to its exploitation, if any, of the persons photographed. They are unwilling to admit that it has harmful effects on the morals (and the psychology) of the community at which it's aimed, or that the community can rightfully pass laws to reduce this form of harm. Ironically, this "no blood, no foul" approach to porn has a parallel in Archbishop Gregory's handling of the clergy abuse crisis. By responding to any and all misgivings about deviant clerical sexuality with the mantra "it's about the children!" Gregory successfully deflected reforms by foregrounding the implicit corollary, "if no children are at risk, your objections are irrelevant, captious, and obstructive." Turn an objective moral norm into a sentimentalism and you're home free. It's wryly amusing that the New York Times, no enemy of legal sanctions against purveyors of "hate speech," should see the ban on vending virtual porn as a threat to our sacred First Amendment liberties. Their complaint against outlawing sales promotion "intended to cause another to believe" there were real children at risk is itself disingenuous. Think of the Times's three or four favorite victim-groups of the moment. If someone faked a snuff film in which the victim was one of the Times's pets, and the vendors "intended to cause their customers to believe" that the videos showed an actual murder instead of a staged one, would the editors plead for their acquittal on First Amendment grounds? 041b061a72


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