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Porn For Her: Adult Entertainment You Can Watch With Your GF
WARNING: This is NSFW at its, well, finest
by Karl R. De Mesa | Feb 4, 2018
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It’s been the dilemma that every guy in a relationship has had since smut became available: how do you get your girl to like porn?

Or, at least not frown on you when she catches you watching it and, eventually, maybe somewhere down the line, make her understand the context that watching porn stars do their thing doesn’t mean she’s not enough for you.

Admittedly, the problem is with the vast majority of straight porn available free and online. Avenue Q’s song “The Internet is for Porn” nails the stats squarely when you get to grips with how one third of internet traffic is pornography of some kind. And a lot of that is just the Hot Teens and Bang Bus variety—you know, misogynistic, gonzo, and utterly pedestrian.

“Their bodies looked different from mine and they seemed to embody a sexuality that was vulnerable but hypersexual,” exclaimed feminist porn star Dylan Ryan about being repulsed by the garden variety boy-on-girl porn. “It seems as if sex was happening TO these women rather than with them or because of their choices or motivations.”

So, you can likely understand why your girl doesn’t want to see you fave Sasha Grey gangbang or the savage subtleties of your cherry-picked Sora Aoi bukkake, right? Because girls are wired differently and are brought up with vastly different sexual values, they require different things from their smut, rather than the usual porn tropes of “I can’t pay my pizza” or “Thanks for fixing my car” scenarios.

Enter great production, a plausible and relatable story, and performances that resonate with enthusiastic consent and sexual chemistry. Just a few of the basic things that a porn title will need to get your girl interested in adult entertainment and make her realize that, in the vast sea of porn, there is inclusive content that caters to what she wants and what turns her on.

“I understand [the] association with the word ‘porn’: dirt, smut, low culture,” said pornographer Erika Lust at her TEDx Talk. “Porn is actually a discourse. A discourse about sexuality, about masculinity, about femininity, and the roles we play.”

Here’s a quick lowdown on just a few of the adult content you and your girl can both enjoy.


PORN PARODIES

With the popularity of superhero movies and cosplaying becoming a more mainstream pursuit not just reserved for wacky geeks at conventions, perhaps it’s not so surprising that adult video studios have capitalized on the market of porn parodies.

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Every major Marvel and DC movie already has a porn parody and they’re as funny, sexy, and just occasionally, as awesome as you may imagine them. An easy pick are the movies of director Axel Braun, whose made his fortune realizing the fantasies of comic geeks into flesh with everything from Batman Vs Superman XXX, Peter Pan A Porn Parody, up to Star Wars XXX in 2011, with a whopping $500,000 budget.

The superhero movie parodies are easy to get into because not only are they intentionally hilarious, some of the costumes can actually vie for Comic Con awards, and the parlaying of fantasy is intense.

If your girl’s ever imagined what it would be like if Harley Quinn ever got it on with Batman, if the Power Rangers suddenly celebrated on each other’s athletic bodies, or if Wonder Woman took on the whole Justice League, then parodies are an easy pick.

TRENCHCOAT X

In 2014, adult film veterans Kayden Kross, her husband Manuel Ferrara, and their good friend Stoya set out to make their own site for “curated smut” that had the “goal of creating a site that veered away from what was stereotypically the destructive side of porn.”

“Stoya and I thought porn…failed in many places,” wrote Kross in her blog post about why they started TrenchcoatX. “Porn failed itself in that it never stood up tall enough to take itself seriously. Porn punned itself. It became a caricature of what it was made out to be. And so the sex became a caricature too. That is what I mean when I speak of porn sex. It is a cartoon act with exaggerated features.”

The result is content that is impeccably acted, often artistically shot, and highly atmospheric in many cases. While pay platform mainly containing content envisioned and shot by both Stoya and Kross, the site has many other directors with their own vidoes on the roster. (Click here for the NSFW trailer.)

In the “Around the World in 80 Ways” series, directed and starred in by Stoya, the porn star and industry veteran turns the gonzo, amateur footage genre on its head and infuses it with the verite fervor and raw force of a confessional travel documentary as she takes her camera through her travels and goes on sexually explicit adventures.

Meanwhile, the “Sun-Lit” series of short movies directed by Kayden Kross pays homage to the many pleasurable iterations of the afternoon delight, the sex spent under the sheets in the morning, and escapades of playing hooky during a work day.

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“I mean sunlight. I mean the intense golds and yellows and filtered strands that stream through windows when the sun moves and through tree leaves in the park,” said Kross in her blog post about making the series. (Click here for the NSFW trailer.)

“I mean the beams that we need in order to see dust float through…The attraction to sunlight for me as a unifying thread is squarely rooted in the unconstrained feel of spending hours wasting away an afternoon between the sheets. For a good portion of us that territory lies in the weekend. People know what I mean when I say sex that feels like Saturday.”

TrenchcoatX is Stoya’s and Kross’s way of reclaiming porn into their own territory of what’s sexy and erotic.

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DIGITAL PLAYGROUND FEATURE FILMS

Filmic ambition and Hollywood-grade production have earmarked Digital Playground’s feature porn movies ever since they released the classic Pirates (2005), the most expensive porn movie for its time until its sequel Pirates 2: Stagnetti’s Revenge came along in 2008.

With porn actors who can deliver lines, make genuine expressions, carry scenes, and just flat out act (albeit still with varying ranges of success) DP’s feature movies like Fly Girls, Nurses, and Bridesmaids, this lot can make you feel like you’re watching a high-grade Hollywood B-movie except with plenty of hardcore sex. And like Hollywood movies you can choose from a range of genres: action, comedy, or the hands-down favorite teen drama.

THE WOMEN OF HOLLY RANDALL

If you think your girl likes straight up glamour photography that hits you like a ton of bricks in the vein of vintage pin-ups like Playboy and Penthouse, then you can’t go wrong with the erotic photography of Holly Randall. (Click here for the NSFW trailer.)

The daughter of lad mag photographer Suze Randall, Holly’s works have appeared in nearly every major dude magazine including Hustler, Club, High Society, Australian Penthouse, Twisty’s, Hot Video, and the erotic beauty site MetArtX Network. (Click here for the NSFW gallery.)

While her movies are mainly composed of solo girl posing, striptease, and masturbation, the production values and choice beauty of the women will make you and your girl feel like you’re in for a private Eyes Wide Shut session with the likes of knockout porn stars Lily Labeau, Mia Malkova, and Tori Black.

XCONFESSIONS

Swedish-born and Spain-based director Erika Lust is arguably the tip of the spear for feminist and ethical pornography. She’s also the most popular one.

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Feminist whut? Isn’t that a contradiction in terms? Not to Lust and her crew. The analogy is like caring about how your food is prepared and where it comes from: if you like your porn done well then you should also care about the conditions it’s performed under. While what constitutes ethical adult cinema sounds more academic and unsexy than it really is, Erika Lust’s movies are undoubtedly quite feminine in approach and it shows in the final product.

“I went from being a Political Science and Gender Studies graduate in Sweden to a feminist adult filmmaker in Barcelona,” said Lust at her TEDx Talk. “The last 15 years of my life have been an amazing trip, an amazing journey from feeling dirty and guilty for watching porn to creating the adult cinema that I want to watch.”

For one thing, the attention to detail of her fetish movies are impeccable and invariably ritualistic in their escalation. Those who have a kink for textile and clothing will surely get a kick out of the authenticity of their obsession in “The Latex Sessions.”

Elsewhere her collections feature a range of fetishes including food porn, adult role-play, and group sex.

In the XConfessions Collections, Lust features 10 artistic, sexy short films directed by her and guest directors whose stories are based on anonymous confessions, like crowdsourced adult fantasies, executed with high cinematic production values.

The range of performer bodies and looks she employs are wide and don’t appeal to any single demographic. The stories and atmosphere in her movies are effective and always nuanced. Her performers have that unmistakeable look of genuine pleasure on their faces.

Lust’s boy-on-girl movies may be an acquired taste for dudes used to the prevalent, macho-oriented porn found online, but there is a deep and meaningful movement playing out in the arc of her work and those like her. This means a lot of material to view for those guys who do want to understand the women’s point of view, why this kind of erotic filmmaking is enjoyable for their girls and hopefully lead them to confront why they should articulate why they like their own porn.

“It was a career as a filmmaker I wanted to pursue, not as a pornographer. A filmmaker exploring the beauty of sex from a different perspective,” said Lust. “I don’t want to get women out of porn, I want to get women into porn. We need women in porn. Behind the camera. And that’s exactly what I did.”

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