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Sep 4, 2013
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The desire of people to put sexual acts on record is an old one. The ancient Romans and Greeks, and even pre-civilization cave men, one way or another, found a way to depict the sexual acts they took part in.

Today, with cheap, compact cameras, anyone can do it. Unfortunately, anyone can also spread it around with ease through the Internet. Just ask Parokya Ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda or Eat Bulaga!’s Wally Bayola.


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If there’s anything we’ve learned about sextapes, it’s this: It has a way of eventually reaching a bigger, unintended audience. But that obviously hasn’t stopped people from filming themselves, and really, it shouldn’t. If that’s what floats your boat, go ahead and do it—just pray that no one will figure out that your secret “Boring office stuff” folder isn’t so boring after all.

That’s unless you want to be eventually featured in a list like the one below, where we document the kinds of sextapes we’ve seen through the years. From porn-profiteering to paparazzi footage, there are enough sextapes around that we can now categorize them.

Read now, whack off later.

NEXT: We remember one of the pioneers of the form: Pamela Anderson!