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Imagine, if you will, that there's a restaurant that offers diners a free, unlimited buffet. For years they've encouraged their patrons to come in and gorge themselves at will, subtly implying that anyone who pays for food is an idiot. There've been rumors that this restaurant's been able to keep the buffet going by stealing food from competing restaurants, but most patrons don't care — and as the restaurant drives out its competition, or buys them out, eventually the objections die down.

And then one day, seemingly out of nowhere, the restaurant announces a change in policy. The free buffet will still be there, but now they're offering Buffet Premium, and though for years they've mocked anyone who's ever considered paying for food, now they think it would be a great idea if their patrons would start paying a monthly fee to access slightly better meals.

Pornhub Premium,  just announced yesterday by the adult streaming site , is just as unlikely a business model. For years, its parent company MindGeek (formerly known as Manwin) has encouraged consumers to think of adult entertainment as a freely available commodity, something to be enjoyed at will on their network of "tube sites" (including, but not limited to PornHub, RedTube, XTube, and YouPorn). Over the years, MindGeek's been plagued by allegations that their freely distributed content is actually the pirated product of their competitors, but as they've amassed power in the industry — and bought up some of their loudest antagonists, like Digital Playground — many of the complaints have died down.

And now, as they control much of the adult industry, MindGeek seems to have realized that — as their competitors have argued for years — giving everything away for free doesn't exactly pay. Pornhub Premium is essentially a Netflix-style site offering unlimited access to HD porn content for just $9.99 a month.

Pornhub may argue that faster servers and HD content make their pay option more appealing. But for those that are willing to pay, faster servers and HD content have been available for years; if anything, the success of sites like Pornhub is proof that, when it comes to adult media, free trumps quality any day of the week. Notably, Pornhub isn't even the first to try out a Netflix-style streaming model: FyreTV, which debuted in 2008, has long offered a similar setup, which hasn't proven to be particularly popular. It's certainly possible that Pornhub will have better content, or pricing, or navigation, than its streaming predecessors, but will that actually be enough to make consumers interested?

So many guys are caught up in this pornography and it really just not only saps your sex drive, but also actually saps your motivation in your drive to go out and meet women in general, independent of your sex drive. Now most guys are watching porn and it’s really going to hold them back in their lives.

Hedonic adaptation is where your brain grows accustomed to new titillating stimulation and eventually, that titillating stimulation has less and less effect, so that it doesn’t really have as much punch as it used to the first, second or third time.

For example, back in the early 1900s, if a man saw a woman’s ankles, he would get blown away. He is really turned on. To see a woman’s ankles was very titillating. Because women wore long, long dresses that covered up her legs, covered up her feet, and covered up their ankles. Woman would basically lift up her dress like this, to show on the ankle and that was amazing.

Instead, what men find titillating are breasts. Breasts are that titillating thing. But if you go down to a nude beach down in South Florida, for example, you see a bunch of naked breasts and at first you are like, “Wow! This is amazing!”   Your brain is getting overload stimulation. “I never saw so many breasts before!”  But after, actually, just a couple hours your brain adapts. It’s not as stimulatory and titillating.  After a few days of going to the same beach it is going to seem normal. Breasts are normal. So your brain adapts; i.e. Hedonic adaptation.

Now bringing this into porn, for example, let’s say you discover your perfect 10 porn. You discover the perfect girl and you think, “Wow! This girl is so amazing! So awesome!  I could just jerk it to this one girl for the next year. I don’t even have to go look for other porn!”

But what happens is after a couple days of getting off to the same girl, even though she was your perfect 10, let’s say she was a tall blonde, now are you like, “I need to see some Hispanic girls, I need to see some black girls”.  So actually, after a couple of days, you get bored with the same porn star even if she was amazing. That’s hedonic adaptation.

Or let’s say you develop or collect this big ultimate porn collection- the best porn you have ever discovered and you just collect it. What happens? You never really go back and watch that collection. You never go back into the archives or anything. You are always looking for new stimulation.

Because, no matter how good the porn was, your brain adapts quickly to that titillating experience. You need something new. You need something more. So what happens is that your brain is accustomed to constantly getting new girls, new stimulation from pornography. And when you go out and meet real girls on the street, club or bar, wherever it is, the girls are not as titillating.

For those addicted to porn, arousal actually declined with the same mate. Those who regularly found different mates were able to continue their arousal. It’s known as the Coolidge Effect, or a tendency toward novelty-seeking behavior. Porn, after all, trains the viewer to expect constant newness.

Among 27- to 31-year-olds on NoFap: 19 percent suffer from premature ejaculation, 25 percent are disinterested in sex with their partner, 31 percent have difficulty reaching orgasm, and 34 percent experience erectile dysfunction.

So there it is, men. While the evidence may not be scientifically thorough, there’s certainly enough to suggest that porn has a negative impact on our lives. It might be a good time to give that overworked hand some rest, or, at the very least, use it to dial the phone number of a real live human woman and ask her out on a date.

TO MOVE the conversation about women in porn beyond “sl**-shaming” and stereotypes, two porn stars and one former porn star spoke to The Huffington Post about their careers, the porn industry and the public’s misconceptions about what it’s like to get paid to have sex.

Why she started doing porn: “It sounded like fun.” Stoya’s first erotic photoshoot was an experiment: Her then-roommate took topless photographs for a living. After that, erotic modelling became a hobby: “I was a personal assistant for a guerilla marketer in Philadelphia at the time. And in my free time I would go and people would pay me to take pictures of me.” A pornographic production company that purchased some of her photos eventually recruited her for a softcore DVD.

Problems she sees in the porn industry: Successful companies can be callous, cutthroat or sketchy, says Stoya. She objects in particular to Manwin (a.k.a. MindGeek), which owns a network of porn distribution sites including XTube, Pornhub and YouPorn. “They bought Digital Playground, and that’s why I don’t work for Digital Playground anymore. I just couldn’t stand them.”

How the “real world” treats sex workers: Stoya, who recounts being insulted and publicly called a “whore” at her sister’s wedding, speaks sharply about how porn stars are treated in mainstream society. “I think the porn industry, ironically, can be much more respectful and consent-focused than the ‘real world’ is.”

Why she started doing porn: Ryan did her first erotic work to help a friend — and to make a statement. “Before I went into porn, I worked with a person named Shine Louise Houston. We were both retailers, but during our lunch breaks she would talk about wanting to start her own pornography company. And one day she said, ‘If I ever get this off the ground and make my first movie, would you want to be in it?’”

A year later, Houston started her own pornographic production company, focusing on the feminist and the queer. Both Houston and Ryan agreed that mainstream porn focused too little on female and queer sexuality in particular; Dylan starred in Houston’s first queer film. “I felt like it was a great experience and very positive, and that’s where it started and I kept going from there.”

What she likes about her job: “For me, [porn] was a place where I could speak and be in ways that I didn’t feel were supported out in the world,” says Ryan. “Women don’t have many opportunities to express their sexuality and what is positive for them sexually, and it’s felt empowering to represent myself and my sexuality and know that other women are going to see that and see me enjoying myself, me being present and in my body, and imagine that there is a space for them to be sexual without shame.”

Problems she sees in the porn industry: Ryan notes that the industry is male-dominated on the production side, and says she wishes there were more women in porn production. “I would love it if there were more women in the creation and distribution because then women could show what sex they think is hot and interesting ... Women-made porn also tends to have sets with a greater sensitivity to performers — their wellbeing, the safety of the set, how comfortable it is, etc.”

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Jurisdictions which have passed laws against revenge porn include Israel , Germany , the United Kingdom , thirty-four states of the United States , [6] and the Australian states of Victoria and South Australia. [7]

In the 1980s, Hustler magazine began a monthly feature of reader-submitted images of naked women called "Beaver Hunt". [8] Beaver Hunt photographs were often accompanied by details about the woman, like her hobbies, her sexual fantasies, and sometimes her name. [8] Not all of the women featured in Beaver Hunt submitted their own images and several women sued the magazine for publishing their photographs without their permission, or without verifying information on forged consent forms. [9]

Two decades later, Italian researcher Sergio Messina identified "realcore pornography", a new genre consisting of images and videos of ex-girlfriends distributed through Usenet groups. [10] In 2008, amateur porn aggregator XTube began receiving complaints that pornographic content had been posted without subjects' consent. Several sites began staging consensual pornography to resemble revenge porn, as well as hosting "authentic" user-submitted content. [10] [11]

Revenge porn began garnering international media attention when Hunter Moore launched the website IsAnyoneUp in 2010. [12] The site featured user-submitted pornography, [12] and was one of the first sites to adopt the model initiated by Beaver Hunt: IsAnyoneUp often included identifying information, such as the subjects' names, employers, addresses and links to social networking profiles. [12] Activist Charlotte Laws was the first person to speak out against Moore and one of the first people to publicly support revenge porn victims. This prompted backlash from some of Moore's devotees, who stalked Laws and sent her death threats. [13]

In June 2015, Google announced it would remove links to revenge porn on request. [17] Microsoft followed suit in July. [18] Both have placed forms on-line for victims to complete. [19] [20] Together the two organizations account for nearly 90% of the internet search market in the US. [21]

While not solely focused on revenge porn, the older non-profit organization Without My Consent provides legal resources related to it and lobbies to protect the privacy and free speech rights of online harassment victims. [28] Since 2012, there has also been a website Women Against Revenge Porn , calling itself "not an organization or a business", which has been cited as an advocacy group for people exposed in revenge porn. [29] In late 2014, Elisa D'Amico and David Bateman, partners at the law firm K&L Gates , launched the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project (CCRLP), a project offering free legal help to victims of revenge porn. [30] [31]

To better facilitate the introduction of relevant legislation, some anti-revenge porn activists have called upon others in their community to use gender-neutral language more often when discussing the issue. [32] The term "revenge porn" itself has also come under fire. The CCRI for instance prefers the term "nonconsensual pornography" [33] In analogy with "child sexual abuse images" being the preferred term for child pornography, journalist Sarah Jeong has argued that it is harmful to associate revenge porn with pornography which revolves around consent. She also considers it a mistake for activists to focus on revenge porn itself as the main problem, rather than the underlying culture which leads to its subjects being socially ostracized. [34]

Laws banning revenge pornography have been slow to emerge. [35] Contributing factors include a lack of understanding about the gravity of the problem, free speech concerns, [36] belief that existing law provides adequate protection, [36] a lack of care, historically, for women's issues, and "misunderstandings of First Amendment doctrine" (Citron & Franks). [35] [37] The American Civil Liberties Union the Electronic Frontier Foundation have drawn attention to the implications for free speech if legislation is too broad. [38] [39] [40] [41]

The Audiovisual Media Services Regulations 2014 requires that video-on-demand (VoD) online porn now adhere to the same guidelines laid out for DVD sex shop-type porn by the British Board of Film Censors (BBFC).

Seemingly arbitrarily deciding what is nice sex and what is not nice sex, the board's ruling on 'content that is not acceptable' ( p.24 ) effectively bans the following acts from being depicted by British pornography producers:

While the measures won't stop people from watching whatever genre of porn they desire, as video shot abroad can still be viewed, they do impose severe restrictions on content created in the UK, and appear to make no distinction between consensual and non-consensual practices between adults.

"There appear to be no rational explanations for most of the R18 rules," Jerry Barnett of the anti-censorship group Sex and Censorship told Vice UK . "They're simply a set of moral judgements designed by people who have struggled endlessly to stop the British people from watching pornography."

"The new legislation is absurd and surreal," Itziar Bilbao Urrutia, a dominatrix who produces porn with a feminist theme added to Vice UK. "I mean, why ban facesitting? What's so dangerous about it? It's a harmless activity that most femdom performers, myself included, do fully dressed anyway. Its power is symbolic: woman on top, unattainable."

In a piece for The Independent , award-winning erotic film director Erika Lust said that she believes "we need to rethink what is offensive or dangerous and what is, in fact, normal human nature, and remember that it’s more important to educate than regulate."





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