Another week with Mr. Pink’s has brought you reviews of porn sites both incredible and forgettable, professional and not-so-professional. Paradise Films and Joy Bear, two sites on the strangely alluring Stiffia network, couldn’t be more different: one’s a straight teen-centric effort while the other makes classy, arty porn for couples. European network Tainster can take care of any truly deviant fetishes you might have like taking jello baths or pissing on floors with one of its many sites. BiMaxx, a bisexual site, a rarity, on the Tainler network (odd, I know), took things even further with MMF and MMMF and even MMMMFFFF scenarios! Will it get this wild next week or will it all be delicate softcore and knowing looks? Return to Pink’s and answers will be yours.
Once again courting controversy and enraging anti-sex activists across the USA, Cosmopolitan, the women’s magazine with distribution in 110 countries around the world, decided “Have Hotter Sex This Summer” and “4 Scary Things Gynos Tell You and Why You Shouldn’t Wig Out” weren’t exciting enough stories and opted to recommend some porn to their overwhelmingly female readership, porn Cosmo felt would be a good fit for female viewers. Of course, reactionary anti-sex groups immediately called the publication itself an item of pornography and demanded it be removed from super market shelves or wrapped in a black mylar sleeve so as not to infect the eyes and minds of tots as their parents unload two cartfuls of carcinogenic soda-pop onto the checkout belt. In solidarity with the oppressed Cosmo staff and readership, Mr. Pink’s is staging this silent – as in written, not spoken – protest. (And also, you know, checking out Cosmo’s recs and seeing how they fare on the ol’ Pink-O-Meter).
Cosmo writer Jill Hamilton and graphic artist Lauren Ahn concocted their guide to female-friendly porn is the hopes of (according to Ahn’s rating meter graphic) turning women away from Ron Jeremy and his ilk and towards James Deen and the new generation of adventurous pornographers. After proffering free sites (and irresponsibly sidestepping the wealth of piracy and copyright problems plaguing the industry) and Tumblr feeds (erotic literature, female orgasm guides) of little use to anyone keen to avoid unbearably pretentious “literotica”, Hamilton brought us to sites more commonly identified as commercial pornography that she felt a good fit for Cosmo’s readers. The list, while not exactly throwing out a bevy of surprises, features some stellar adult sites that also come with Mr. Pink’s glowing recommendation.
Masturbation sites I Feel Myself and Beautiful Agony, both by Feck of The Netherlands, garnered raves for their incredible intimacy and drastically different approach to visual arousal, earning 4-out-of-5 each on the Jeremy-to-James hotness scale. Erika Lust of Lust Cinema’s viewer-submitted fantasy site, X-Confessions also caught the attention of Hamilton for its short films conceived by women. Beautiful cinematography an performers give a classy feel to X-Confessions, which also earns a 4 from Cosmo. Curiously, Kink is also noted as a must-see but given a non-rating of 1-5; “They’ll probably have what you want and other things you didn’t know you wanted may end up in your cart as well,” Hamilton writes. The clear winner, though – and this will hardly surprise anyone who’s discussed porn with a woman under 60 in the past five years – is Mr. Deen himself, his official site scoring a perfect 5 for giving this particular journalist the feeling of being “vicariously well-fucked,” and left with “a mysterious glow the rest of the day.”
James Deen, Cosmo’s cure for the sexually frustrated woman in your life… whether you like it or not.
Having been introduced to the sordid world of India Summer, GirlsWay’s stand-in for Christian “Fifty Shades of” Grey, all glistening skyscrapers, lesbian domination, and psychosexual snares worthy of only the most desirable sub. Chapters one through three detailed the induction of the young, pretty, and submissive Samantha Rone into a dark and dangerous world of sexual manipulation in the executive suite. Leaving off with Vanessa Veracruz, Ms. Summer’s former employee (and more) angling for revenge after her workplace and bedroom/dungeon dismissal in favor of the fresh-faced Samantha. Now, after locating Ms. Summer’s secret daughter (Shyla Jennings) and carefully plotting her revenge, the increasingly over-assertive Ms. Veracruz relieves a little stress with a slave all her own.
Since chapter three’s release, another installment of The Business of Women has been aired: Chapter Four – Taking the Bait. “Vigilante dom” Vanessa Veracruz is midway through enacting her vengeful ambitions and has under her control the daughter of her former boss and lover, and current nemesis. With Shyla on her side and also eager for revenge, bringing in Abigail Mac and Charlotte Stokely to help ensnare Samantha. And, hey, guess what – the plan works! Following a deceitful note from “India” herself (actually Charlotte), Samantha finds herself following mysterious orders to submit to the will of Ms. Veracruz’s own erotic underling, Shyla. (Delightfully confused yet? You don’t know the half of it!) Wracked with conflicting emotions, Shyla spills her guts and clues Samantha in to Veracruz’s planned destruction of the woman Samantha says she owes everything to, whom she’d never leave.
The Business of Women is set to conclude in just a few days when Chapter Six is released exclusively at GirlsWay. With a volatile confrontation imminent, India Summer masterfully orchestrating the lives of lesser beings, and both Samantha Rone and Shyla Jennings standing by to throw themselves into the naked, writhing fray at any moment, to defend one mistress or the other, The Business of Women – Part Six: The Showdown is set to engulf your laptop in the fiery flames of aggressive, even rough lesbian sex as only GirlsWay can concoct it.