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2014-01-15 12:00:07 PM
2 votes:
There's probably some people who'd pay for a porn streaming service if:

- It streamed in HD.
- It wasn't littered with ads for cam girls and penis enlargement.
- It didn't have malware.
- It's billing was paperless and went straight to the email address you gave it.
- It had child proofing controls.
- It was cost comparable to Netflix, Crackle, etc.
2014-01-16 09:15:36 AM
1 votes:
Hint on sex:  its participatory.  watching others screw is not where its at. you are serverely shorting yourself physically and emotionally.
2014-01-16 09:11:34 AM
1 votes:
Want porn?   just turn on cable TV.    all they talk about is f*ckin'.   who's f*ckin', who's about to f*ck.  who's wanting to f*ck.

one big f*ck fest.   and nobody ever seems to work or have a job.
2014-01-15 06:55:36 PM
1 votes:

farkeruk: verbaltoxin: There's probably some people who'd pay for a porn streaming service if:

- It streamed in HD.
- It wasn't littered with ads for cam girls and penis enlargement.
- It didn't have malware.
- It's billing was paperless and went straight to the email address you gave it.
- It had child proofing controls.
- It was cost comparable to Netflix, Crackle, etc.

I've looked at sites like VideoBox and SugarDVD and I thought they were pretty close to that list?


I'm just going to say it.  I pay for porn and I subscribe to a site similar to those listed.  I had accounts at others in the past.  I like the HD content, not having to scroll through shiat that ends up boner killing me, no malware, well setup search features.  And believe it or not, a TON more good non-free stuff than you'd expect.  It's not ALL out there free, and I'm not even talking about the fringe stuff.  But it helps that I'm not an amateur or gonzo fan in the least NTTAWWT If I was I'd probably just use the free tubers.

I'm a perspective kinda' guy.  If jackin' it is the best part of most days, than I want the crème de la crème.  For around 8 bucks a month, I say why not.

Also, I like erotica so much I get a good feeling actually supporting it.
2014-01-15 01:50:08 PM
1 votes:

verbaltoxin: There's probably some people who'd pay for a porn streaming service if:

- It streamed in HD.
- It wasn't littered with ads for cam girls and penis enlargement.
- It didn't have malware.
- It's billing was paperless and went straight to the email address you gave it.
- It had child proofing controls.
- It was cost comparable to Netflix, Crackle, etc.


- it doesn't track what you watch.
2014-01-15 12:28:11 PM
1 votes:

HMS_Blinkin: The porn industry also has to compete with the much lower-cost model of people just making porn and (accidentally or intentionally) putting it online for free.  In the age of hi-res cell phone cameras and selfies, there't really no reason to pay some hot 20-yo girl to get naked on camera---she'll do it herself and then the pics will get out online.  Same goes with couples who make their own videos of themselves.

I'm not saying that that is a mainstream (or even morally reasonable) source of porn, but the reality is that people are now empowered to make and distribute (again, whether they mean to or not) their own porn.  The idea of a studio and a script and actors just isn't as necessary to the process anymore.


Pretty much this

It's like journalism. It used to pay well because it had such huge barriers to entry - printing presses, distribution networks etc. The stuff of writing an opinion piece... anyone could do.

There's also piracy and that there are certain social downsides to paying for it - it's going to appear on your credit card bill that your wife will see. Plus people might think that they might get blackmailed.

The other thing to consider is the historical back catalogue. There is now over 30 years of colour/sound porn out there. You release a new film, it's competing with all that stuff. It's not like regular movies where the effects improve, or people find new ways of telling stories. It's basically the same as the stuff in the 90s, only with different haircuts and more tattoos and fake tits. Arguably, the production values are lower than back in the late 70s/early 80s.  The only new markets seem to be in indie porn - someone has a fetish and just makes it and sees what happens. e.g. The Art of the BJ
2014-01-15 12:24:31 PM
1 votes:

Flappyhead: Rwa2play: verbaltoxin: There's probably some people who'd pay for a porn streaming service if:

- It streamed in HD.
- It wasn't littered with ads for cam girls and penis enlargement.
- It didn't have malware.
- It's billing was paperless and went straight to the email address you gave it.
- It had child proofing controls.
- It was cost comparable to Netflix, Crackle, etc.

This.

I'd be wary of the HD.  Look, I know the ladies have had some work done but I don't need to see the scars.



Word.  Standard def is your friend, porn enthusiasts.

/or so I'm told
2014-01-15 11:55:44 AM
1 votes:

LectertheChef: Maybe they need to try a porn Hulu or Crackle type thing.


Interstitial ads, say, inserted just as the woman is pulling off her bra? Or maybe a "watch this 60 second ad for an interruption-free viewing experience"? I could see some value there.
2014-01-15 11:55:21 AM
1 votes:

devilEther: Solution: Cast Hollywood actors and release the movies exclusively in theaters.


the real death knell of vanilla porn will be the mainstream acceptance of non-simulated sex in hollywood film.

/zach and miri make a porno is a great movie.
2014-01-15 11:38:31 AM
1 votes:
Maybe they need to try a porn Hulu or Crackle type thing.
2014-01-15 11:32:23 AM
1 votes:

Rev. Skarekroe: lol people still pay for porn lololol amirite?


kind of the funny thing - I don't know and I'm not looking it up, but I'd be willing to bet more people watch more porn than at any point in history, yet the industry is dying.  Probably time to somehow change the business model to fit the current viewership methods, which would involve somehow making it available while not making people pay or provide personal information.  Good luck to them.
 
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