I don’t want to start a porn site. But if I had to …

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Wicked Wednesday, I’m sure anyone reading this will know, is a delightful weekly tradition that begins with a prompt. This week’s asked what kind of pornography site we’d start if we had to.

The world of adult entertainment’s gotten along just fine without my input so far but, gun to my head, I’d start a website that crowd-sourced themed submissions from couples (and groups) involved in BDSM relationships.

Bring Out Your Truths (or whatever the lawyers came up with), would be the antithesis of modern pornography. The sole purpose of the site would be to eschew the trappings of actors and actresses pretending to be who we really are.

Our mission statement might read as follows:

Fake won’t cut it. Pretending isn’t enough. Our goal is to provide an outlet for participants to see themselves literally represented in erotic cinema, and also represented by association. Actors need not apply.

I think the idea here would be for a diverse panel of sex-positive “facilitators” to come up with daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly themed events that invite anyone to participate by uploading their take on the “prompt,” so to speak.

Admittedly this is derivative, but let’s go on.

More importantly, the website would provide visual stimulation and inspiration for people to try new things. And a place to get feedback from others. Instead of PornHub or one of the other aggregate sites that tries to be everything to everyone, this site would be specific to BDSM relationships.

Participants would be invited to experiment with different kinks, fetishes, and aspects of the BDSM, SM, and DS communities (with a focus on sex, of course, otherwise it’s not a porn site).

Think of it like one of those “dial-a-dom” paradigms where folks sign up for email submission prompts, but not silly.

Instead, the prompts would be carefully selected by sex-positive experts to create an atmosphere of discussion for matters of importance to the BDSM community. We could have themes such as “Masturbate for equality” or “10 lashes for (insert cause here).”

Pornography doesn’t have to be pure hedonism, there’s also the potential for it to do some fucking good.

There’s our slogan. My work here is done.

 

 

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