Spite Porn – New Trend in Femdom?

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Spite Porn Explained
NOT Spit Porn…SPITE Porn. Yes. I just read an article about it, and it’s blowing my cannabis-saturated mind. It’s a new trend in the world of custom femdom videos, and you’re not gonna believe how useful it is for some people who are trying to get past a failed romantic relationship.

I read about it in Rolling Stone magazine, of all places, and I found it interesting enough that I thought I’d blog about it, giving some detail on what it is and how it works. Plus, I’ll point any of you people who feel the urge to indulge in this odd, but apparently effective, form of pornographic breakup therapy in the right direction to find the best willing femdom goddesses who’ll produce it for you.

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Adult Website 101

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Adult Website 101 - Porn Business Ideas
If you’re an online marketer, how do you make money off of something that’s readily available all over the internet for free? Sounds like a pretty silly question, but it’s exactly the problem faced by everyone who runs an adult website today. After all, generally speaking, it’s difficult to get away with charging money for porn in the age of the internet.

Alright, vast oversimplification with a ton of important qualifiers, but no one is gonna sit there with a straight face and tell me that the adult entertainment industry hasn’t changed big-time in just a few decades.

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Selling Premium Snapchat To Porn Tube Viewers

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Selling Premium Snapchat Subscriptions With Porn Tubes
For women working in (or seeking to work in) any sort of adult entertainment, it’s important to remember that the industry has changed in some significant ways over the past 20 years or so. It used to be, for example, that just about any attractive female from 18 to her early twenties could offer to work as a pornstar, and be virtually guaranteed a ridiculous income that no one her age in any other occupation could ever hope to match.

Alas, no longer. The internet, and the ready availability of no-cost porn tube sites that came with it, has firmly entrenched men the world over in “free mode” as it relates to general whack material. Now, when they want to see some random girl doing something nasty, they expect to see it – in full length and high quality – without having to pay a cent. Try to make them cough up for that, and they more or less instantly feel like they’re being ripped off. Bad news for adult performers.

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Selling Feet Pics – A Pro Speaks

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Selling Feet Pics Online
If I were to ask you to name a part of the female body that men will pay to see bare, I’m willing to bet that you wouldn’t answer “feet.” Okay, more cynical (or simply better-versed in the adult industry) people might have that anatomical feature cross their minds, but it still probably wouldn’t even make the top 3.

And yet, selling feet pics is a huge business, so much so that it threatens to raise philosophical questions about when exactly we have to stop calling something a “fetish.” I mean, men like to look at bare breasts, too, but most people wouldn’t call that anything but “normal” – whatever THAT term even means.

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Why Did Tumblr Ban Porn?

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Why Tumblr banned porn.
Tumblr’s late-2018 decision to ban porn on their platform hit the internet in the gut like a 99-cent spicy bean and cheese burrito from Taco Bell. As in, it hurt…a lot. Plenty of Tumblr’s users went to the site principally or exclusively to get their freak on — by perusing random nudes, following specific producers whose content they liked, or both.

There were murmurs of discontent all over the web when the Tumblr porn ban was announced, with promises commonly heard to cut the site off cold turkey if the ban actually went into effect. It was a threat that became reality with many, as Tumblr had lost over 30% of its traffic within just a few months of becoming pornsona-non-grata. Let’s talk about this seismic shift in online adult entertainment, its consequences, and just why Tumblr banned porn.

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