Greasepaint Betties, and my search for Clown Porn

There is the obvious connection to childhood and innocence perhaps. Many that were involved in the community cited an early fear of clowns as an instigator for their fetish. Clown fetish, (like many other costume fetishes), allows the participants to transform into something else as a means of letting go of one’s inhibitions and granting yourself permission to do things you might not normally. The only required equipment is; Grease paint, a clown outfit, and red rubber nose. Cream pies, balloons, and rubber chickens are optional. I have always had a love for clowns myself. From Tim Curry in It, to Krusty the Klown, to The Bindle Stiff Family Circus. I was aware of the fetish as well, having seen ever episode of HBO’s Real Sex that aired during my high school years. I was sure there was more out there on this fetish and if it took me all night I was going to find it. Continue reading Greasepaint Betties, and my search for Clown Porn

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Punk Porn

It’s no secret that I watch a lot of porn (maybe too much), but I have never been interested in glossy fake tits and high priced blonde escorts that dominate the industry. I have gravitated more towards the darker haired beauties with more realistic figures. In my real life I tend to fall for tattooed punk/Gothic babes. It’s no secret I have been very pleased with the emergence of so-called “alt-porn”, though the name has left little to be desired in my book. Continue reading Punk Porn

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History of Porn part 3

Coinciding with the dawn of porn being introduced to family households across the world, a conservative backlash began. Stemming from anti-porn movement in the 1960’s and perpetuated by the feminist movement of the seventies, porn was under attack in the media just as its sales and availability increased. In 1978 Hustler Publisher Larry Flint was shot in an assignation attempt that left him paralyzed from the Waste down. Conservatives (who were mainly radical Christian Fundamentalist) and Feminist joined forces and by 1984 when Ronald Regan took office he immediately appointed a commission to be headed by his Attorney General to determine the effect of pornography on society. In 1986 the findings of the Meese Commission were released. The commission found that: “substantial exposure to sexually violent materials . . . bears a causal relationship to antisocial acts of sexual violence and, for some subgroups, possibly to unlawful acts of sexual violence.” Continue reading History of Porn part 3

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History of Porn part 2

While the ratings system had made owners more comfortable, it had no legal standing so far as the obscenity laws were concerned. In 1967, Denmark became the first Western country to rescind all laws against pornography. The decision made news around the world, especially when government statistics showed a decrease in sex crimes the year after the abolition. Alex deRenzy and a partner traveled to Copenhagen to film Denmark’s first sex fair and in 1969 they released the first feature film showing sexual intercourse called Censorship in Denmark. Made for $15,000, the documentary grossed $25,000 the first week on its way to an eventual box office of over $2 million. Continue reading History of Porn part 2

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The History of Porn pt. 1

Every since I could remember I have always loved Porn. Porn or Pornography rather derives from the Greek word pornographia which comes from the words; pornē, meaning “prostitute”, graphō, meaning “I write or record”, and the suffix –ia meaning “state of”, “property of” or “place of”. Loosely translated the word means “a written list or description of prostitutes”. To me it has always meant joy. Who doesn’t like watching people fuck? Continue reading The History of Porn pt. 1

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