Seeking Privacy as Much as Porn, Web Surfers are Flocking to New Search Engine BoodiGo.com

Seeking Privacy as Much as Porn, Web Surfers are Flocking to New Search Engine BoodiGo.com

Seeking Privacy as Much as Porn, Web Surfers are Flocking to New Search Engine BoodiGo.com BOSTON – When BoodiGo.com co-founder Colin Rowntree first conceived of launching an adult entertainment-specific search engine that emphasizes user privacy, he certainly expected it to find an audience – just not quite such an enormous audience, perhaps. “Within hours of making our first announcement, we realized we were going to have to devote additional servers to BoodiGo in order to support the amount of traffic and searches we were seeing,” Rowntree said. “The consumer response was just amazing and outpaced even our most enthusiastic projections.” Spurred on largely by positive media coverage – BoodiGo hasn’t spent a dime on traffic or advertising to date – the new search engine took off quickly. BetaBeat.com termed it “a new search engine just for porn, for when Google just isn’t sexy enough.” BoodiGo’s proactive efforts to offer surf-safe ...

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Law and Order SVU Puts its Spin on the Belle Knox Story

Law and Order SVU Puts its Spin on the Belle Knox Story

Cliché Alert: Law and Order SVU Puts its ‘Ripped from the Headlines’ Spin on the Belle Knox Story by Calico Rudasill at Sssh.com Porn For Women. Just what the world needed, and just in time: A Law and Order: Special Victims Unit episode loosely based on the saga of Belle Knox. Now, to be fair, I haven’t seen the episode, but I have watched the show a few times, which means that for all intents and purposes, I’ve seen every episode of Law and Order SVU, because the show is so laughably predictable, so cliché and so hackneyed that you can pretty much write the whole episode in your head given just the barest outline of the episode’s topic or theme. Does the episode involve a rape victim who is an illegal alien? Spoiler alert: Her boss did it. It doesn’t matter whether her boss is a detestable sweatshop owner, some ...

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Sex Humor: Do Men Really NEED Beauty Products?

Sex Humor: Do Men Really NEED Beauty Products?

by Coleen Singer at Sssh. com Porn for women.  Let’s face it everyone:  The majority of men only want or need 3 personal care and beauty products – shampoo, a bar of soap and some deodorant to make them socially acceptable. (note to guys: most women don’t like cologne on men these days. Flush the Old Spice NOW!)  Yet, I constantly see new products come on to market ranging from “A Touch Of Grey” (for getting that 1980s Sean Connery look) to “Teeth Whiteners For Men” (don’t men have the same teeth as women???) But, every once in a while, one looks rather interesting.  In this case “Veet for Men Hair Removal Gel Creme”. It’s product description on Amazon tells us: - Fast and effective formula which can be used in the shower - Leaves skin touchably smooth for longer than shaving, with no razor rash or prickly regrowth - Suitable ...

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Why boundaries are important during sex

Why boundaries are important during sex

By Lovely Lovely at Badoink Magazine. Although most people who engage in kinky sex, especially one that might put their lives in danger usually do it in a way that is safe to all parties involved, that is not always the case. Sometimes in a bid to be spontaneously creative sexually, one might decide to try things one is not completely familiar or comfortable with. Not that you should always only stick with what you know. I mean, exploring during sex is one of the nicer bits of having sex. Sometimes though certain fetishes like asphyxiation, fisting (or other types of major anal play) and bondage does require a certain measure of knowledge before venturing into. This is not something you should be trying to do after ingesting copious amounts of drugs and alcohol. This is when boundaries during sex comes into play. The media often like to portray people ...

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Porn Humor: Porn Word Soup – When Words Collide!

Porn Humor:  Porn Word Soup – When Words Collide!

by Coleen Singer at Sssh.com Porn For Women It would seem in this day and age of “the more text the better” to feed the Google Gods, everyone from the Porn Industry to Ladies Home Journal is ramping up the word count, partially to engage and entertain you, but moreso to spew enough keyword relevant text to get one’s sites and posts on that Holy Grail of the front page of a search engine. It hasn’t always been that way.  Just a short decade ago, little articles on women’s entertainment sites had just a quick bulleted “top 10 list” of “how to spark your bedroom sex life” and porn movie descriptions were short, sweet and to the point.  Not anymore! Take a search around for something as simple as “things women do to annoy men” and you end up with diatribes more appropriate for a 19th century Russian novel.  And porn movie ...

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When TV sexual dynamics change

When TV sexual dynamics change

by Lola Lovely at Badoink.com I have to write about this one scene in the new TV show Outlander, mainly because watching it got me so hot and bothered. And secondly because it displayed a sexual dynamic not usually seen on television. Ok, a little bit of background before we begin. Outlander is a new period drama on Starz (based on a series of novels by the same name by Diana Gabaldon). It tells the story of Claire Beauchamp who finds herself transported back to 1743 Scotland after she touches a standing stone while visiting Scotland with her husband. Yes, yes, stay with me here… Sounds a little ‘out there’ but trust me, the sexiness is worth it. Claire then meets the (oh. my. god) handsome Scot Jamie Fraser and to simplify the whole plotline, she has to marry him to save her life. And they need to consummate their marriage ...

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Feminism & Porn: Can they Coexist?

Feminism & Porn: Can they Coexist?

Mindbrowse.Com Live Debate Archive: Feminism & Porn: Can they Coexist? Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals moderated the panel that included adult director/performer Dana Vespoli, as well as noted writer, sex educator, social worker and feminist porn performer Dylan Ryan. “With ‘Feminism & Porn: Can they Coexist?,’ we’ve gathered some of the most influential filmmakers and performers in adult entertainment to address just this — how does feminism factor into their work specifically and into the industry overall?,” Tibbals said. “Interestingly, though not everyone necessarily identifies as a feminist, we can see key feminist principles operating in the most nichey, the most hardcore and the most mainstream corners of adult. Thus, just like Beyoncé publicly declared feminism as an integral component of her brand at this year’s VMAs, we’re left to wonder: do feminism and porn go hand in hand?

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