The Internet has changed everything for intimate life. With the help of advanced search engines, digital voyeurs have learned to embody every desire. With a single keystroke, one could enter forums where sex secrets are collectively discussed, or certain salesmen of obscenities offer their goods.

Does the adult industry impose for us some values & trends? Here are the answers:

  • Humanity has not yet decided how to treat the fact that the Internet affects our collective sexuality:

– Some see it as a liberating force that opens up new levels of pleasure and understanding for us.

– Others see decomposition in it: transgressive things like “diaper porn” – nude young girls in pampers spin on the floor and “fuck” – which ignite pedophilia, prevent people from enjoying normal sex and lead to the development of dangerous perversions.

– Still, others simply silence their ears to avoid embarrassing conversations and euphemistic debates.

  • An important point not to miss is: the Internet is on the verge of another evolution, which can significantly affect the sexuality of humankind. So far, for 20 years, entrepreneurs in this industry have been sucking up to visitors, uploading all sorts of materials to their sites, hoping that users will trample on them. But something has changed. You can go to Pornhub, xHamster or any other popular porn site that collects videos from the global network with an impressive collection. You may see some things which you will find strange or disgusting.
  • At first glance, this looks no more than ordinary micro-targeting, which simplifies and speeds up the speed of searching for the desired content. We don’t like a rush to conclusions. But this is not entirely true. Because now we live in a world in which porn is digging in our underwear, studying us. This is due to the deep financial turmoil in the adult industry. Content slipped to us is not what we would like, but what brings greater profit.
  • You can’t be sure about this, but there is a chance that a trio of big data, big business, and all available network connections creates a new foothold for the market to dominate our sexual preferences, which until now were a personal matter for everyone. In the end, capitalism can easily become the master of our desires.
  • In the beginning, it was YouTube. In 2007, two years after the creation of the famous video service, entrepreneurs launched his porno clones as RedTube or YouPorn. Allegedly, in order to simplify the procedure for downloading and sharing free amateur videos. Lack of control quickly turned these sites into a repository for millions of pirated professional films.

The hard logic of the producers is clear. But on the other hand, it turns into problems for our internal scum. It turns out that the producers do not have great freedom to create an ocean of diverse content. Instead, they shoot a disproportionate amount of porn products for the masses who will pay for it. They impose some stereotypes and plots where they calculate the best possible profit.

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