Snapchat has banned Naughty America's augmented reality lenses -- but the ban may be futile. Naughty America distributed the holographic source files necessary to build similar filters to its users, who can now make their own.
Pop star Halsey has caught a lot of hell since expressing support for sex workers in posts and tweets last week. But she's clearly is in favor of consensual, regulated sex work, not sex trafficking. Her position should be applauded, not scorned.
In a new book, University of Oklahoma professor Samuel L. Perry argues that it isn't porn consumption which harms the lives of socially conservative Protestant porn-viewers -- it's the shame they feel over watching it.
When the hosts of the Shameless Sex podcast asked listeners to help them celebrate Masturbation May 2019, they hoped to receive images which were SFW. Instead, they found themselves flooded with unsolicited dick pics.
The newspaper for Bear Creek High School stirred controversy by simply planning to run a profile of a student who has begun a career in adult entertainment. The profile has since been published - and what do you know? The world didn't end, after all.
A man in Baltimore was fired after he downloaded 4000 images to his work PC -- raising a variety of questions. Did he do anything at work other than download porn? Have his employers never heard of content filters? What's his favorite niche?
21 year-old camgirl Crystal Rivers has turned her American Sign Language skills into a lucrative feature of her live shows, building a large and loyal deaf audience. "I still sign along when I’m talking dirty or moaning," she says.
When school district officials learned a California high school paper was planning to run a profile on an 18 year-old student who's also a porn performer, they weren't pleased. Now the students involved are getting a crash course in "prior restraint."
For the last 20 years, Sssh.com founder and in-house director Angie Rowntree has been collecting survey data on her site members' porn preferences and habits. This week Rowntree published the eye-opening results of this long-running survey.
A Michigan man is suing his parents for $85,000 after they destroyed his porn and adult toy collection, which he valued at over $28,000. The man's collection reportedly included 400 VHS tapes, 1,600 DVDs, 160 CDs, and 70 sex toys.