Starbucks Bans Porn: Porn Industry Says, "Hold My Latte"

By: barbariangirl

Mar 01, 2019

After receiving pressure from various Bible-thumping, morality policing anti-porn groups, Starbucks has finally developed a content filter to block porn from its free wifi networks. While it has always had a policy against allowing people to watch porn within its property, it has only now  decided to appease the booby shamers by addressing this entirely made up problem of hypothetical patrons somehow surreptitiously using their networks to access porn without anyone noticing. Starbucks has opted not to block mature content, like that found on HBO, reaffirming that full frontal nudity and child death is ok for public consumption, as long as it isn't literal porn.  Naturally, the adult entertainment industry has responded by hilariously seizing the opportunity for free publicity.


Common Misconceptions in the Escorting Industry

By: Industry News

Feb 27, 2019

Don't Accept the Stereotype of an Escort!

When it comes to either meet an Escort or jumping into the Escorting Industry, like any other trade, there will always be rumors and stereotypes that accompany it. If you truly want to experience it in its full glory, never accept these stereotypes and rumors at face value. At the end of the day, the Escorting Industry is just another part of Adult Trade as a whole. Just accept it for what it is!


Valentine's Day Porn Ritual

By: barbariangirl

Feb 20, 2019

How did you spend your Valentine’s Day this year?  If your answer is “watching porn,” it turns you’re in good company! According to Pornhub’s meticulous data collection, in years past traffic to its website increases a wapping on 308% on February 14th alone, vs. it’s average usage for an entire month! Curious what kind of porn people are watching on Valentines Day? Want to know how a V-Day porn ritual could benefit you, whatever your relationship status? Click to read our full article below!


Tumblr Bans Porn

By: barbariangirl

Feb 13, 2019

Tumblr has decided to ban all so-called Not Safe For Work content.  The announcement came on December 3rd and officially took effect on the 17th. This, in spite of the fact that Tumblr owes much of it's popularity to a user base looking for a social media site where they can openly discuss body image, sexuality, gender identity and traditionally taboo topics, like sex work. After the announcement, the internet has erupted in outrage, with many believing that Tumblr has signed its own death warrant. 



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