We are proud that this year’s collection of movies has a healthy cross section of porn for the “alphabetical sexual groups”: LGB, GLBTQ, or “SGL” Until a better term comes along we are totally going with this golden nugget of an acronym from the defunct magazine, Anything That Moves:
No matter what kind of porn you are into, you can probably find something that matches your tastes online. But even though there is a vast amount of “chicks with dicks” out there making porn does not mean that that porn is any good.
Here is one such example from T-Male about using porn and doing testosterone
… it’s not like I want to have sex with everything that moves. I don’t look at random men or women on the street and think about having sex with them. But I do think about masturbating almost all the time. And porn is way for me to get turned on fast, jerk off, and get back to all the things I really need to be doing. When it comes to masturbating, there are times when porn serves me well. For instance, last night I couldn’t fall asleep, and after tossing and turning for an hour, I slipped out of the bedroom and popped some porn into the DVD player. Fifteen minutes later I was done and in twenty-five minutes I was asleep. But then again, there are times when I’ll get back from the gym and want to get to the fourteen things on my to-do list, and instead I will spend an hour and a half watching internet porn before finally jerking off and getting in the shower.
It kills me. I smoked cigarettes for about five years before quitting, and I know what it feels like when I’m having a social cigarette, and when I can’t think about anything else, can’t do anything else, can’t move forward an inch until I’ve had my fix. Masturbating feels like that sometimes, and the porn addiction is woven into it.
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If the porn makes you feel shameful when you are done watching it than we think that is lame porn. We have been demanding more inspiring pornography for some time and thankfully we have gotten it!
The challenge for us it so show that a program made up of so many different kinds of sexual interests is still exciting (assuming that #1 you do like bikes and #2 you dont like fake sexuality*)