Sex News: John McAfee, 8-month erection, Rule 34 Porn Search Service

by Violet Blue on June 19, 2013

  • Some true (“We can tell if you’re giving us oral purely as a cursory prelude to sex”), some are unique to the author (“Balls are ugly”). Still good.
    20 Sex Tips For Men (Sabotage Times)
  • Contrary to statements made erroneously last week by MP Claire Perry, UK ISPs have rejected government statements about default internet filtering. Meanwhile, Google innovates the elimination of child porn online, offers $2 million bounty for devs who help.
    Sex Tech: UK ISPs reject filters, Google innovates CP elimination (ZDNet)
  • Former porn star Aurora Snow writes us from her retirement in the midwest, explaining the challenges of job transition and tells us about people in the mainstream porn industry proactively coaching girls to think about their financial stability and exit strategies.
    Aurora Snow: Life after porn (Daily Beast)
  • Bacchus writes, “A while back I got the wild notion to offer a porn research and attribution service. So far I’ve had a double handful of satisfied customers for that “gig” (as these little jobs are called on Fiverr, the micro-services site where I am making it available) and so I’ve decided to add a new offering. I Will Prove Rule 34 For You With Example URLS For $5
    Rule 34 Porn Search Service (erosblog.com)

  • Massive sexual abuse warning. Texas jailers ran a “rape camp” where they “repeatedly raped and humiliated female inmates,” and forced them to masturbate and sodomize male guards, and one another, two women claim in court.
    Two Women Claim Texas Jailers Ran a ‘Rape Camp’ Behind Bars (Courthouse News Service)
  • In case you missed it, Guardian/Observer ran an article about Gail Dines using her organization Stop Porn Culture trying to funnel anti-porn hysteria into filling up a petition to rename the upcoming academic Porn Studies journal into “Pro-Porn Studies” because she has looked at the list of editors and judged them all to be biased. Well, the articles didn’t put these pieces together, but they did run two versions of the article; one that appeared unbiased and another that was packed with anti-porn propaganda, notably “statistics” showing the evils of pornography as sourced from… Huffington Post. Luckily they syndicated/sold the neutral version. (Disclosure: I am on the Porn Studies editorial board and am mentioned in one of the articles.)
    Sex studies journal editors accused of ‘normalizing porn’ (Raw Story) Porn wars: the debate that’s dividing academia (Guardian)
  • Realistic, a lack of fake tan, people whose heads and bodily parts are in proportion to their bodies and orgasms that don’t knock the house down. What’s not to like?
    Why Porn Made For Women Is Best (Sabotage Times)

Main post image: Anais Pouliot by Viviane Sassen (Bambi Attack)

Violet Blue

The London Times named Violet Blue "One of the 40 bloggers who really count" and Self Magazine named TinyNibbles one of the “Best Sex Resources for Women.” Blue is an autodidact and pundit on sex and technology, hacking and security, porn for women, privacy and bleeding-edge tech culture. She is a journalist for ZDNet, CBS News, CNET; she's an educator, speaker, crisis counselor, volunteer NGO trainer, and the author and editor of over 40 award-winning books.

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