The other night, my friend Fivestar said, “Hey, I’m going to be directing a Star Trek gang bang movie, you want to visit the set?” Just in case you are wondering, the answer to that question should always be yes.
Over at Science of Us, Melissa Dahl reports on an interesting new study that suggests the distress some internet pornography users feel about their oh-so-private internet activity has far more to do with their worries about internet porn addiction than the actual amount of pornography they’re watching.
The second edition of Smut Peddler, the anthology of pornographic comics made by women, is out and filled with sexy stories featuring a wide range of genders, sexualities, and genres. We've got an excerpt from the collection set in the future, where two people from different planets figure out how to mate.
In her slam poem Fantastic Breasts and Where To Find Them, Brenna Twohy quickly gets to the heart of why so many people love their erotica attached to familiar fictional characters while powerfully critiquing certain types of mainstream pornography.
Smut Peddler is an anthology of pornographic comics made by women for everyone. We spoke with Smut Peddler editor C. Spike Trotman about why she features so many science fiction and fantasy comics, what she looks for in porn, and why she drew a sexy comic about the Virgin Mary.
Why do we need Porn Studies? The first issue of a new journal devoted to the study of sexuality for show is available online, and its editors explain why it's time for pornography to receive serious scholarly analysis.
Pornographic actresses are probably having more sex than you. No surprise there. But a newly published study suggests there's a good chance many of them have better self esteem, to boot — not to mention more enjoyable sex lives, better body images, and more positive outlooks on life. As for the widely held belief that…
Can a porn "parody" of a science fiction classic have reasonably good acting, nice special effects, and a plot that you could give a crap about? That's the real final frontier.
Want to see all the NSFW naughtiness that we couldn't show you from the new Star Trek: The Next Generation porn movie? There are tons of X-rated photos over at our sister site, Fleshbot, including what appears to be a hookup between Geordie and Dr. Leah Brahms... But warning: It's very NSFW. [Fleshbot]
Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody is the latest porn movie to bring together science fiction and porn. It's also a loving tribute and unofficial sequel to a classic TNG episode starring some major Trekkie porn stars, not to mention an uncannily convincing Jean-Luc Picard impersonator.
Online archive DermAtlas, which compiles medical photographs of human skin, received some weird search requests, so dermatologists decided to investigate. After monitoring for six months, they reported a high statistical likelihood that people were "seeking pornography," not dermatological information.
A programmable robotic vagina that looks sort of like a cake mixer promises to be the most exciting sex toy ever invented for men. Basically, it's the rabbit pearl vibrator of boy toys.