Mr. Pink’s Weekly Report – June 10th, 2015

mrpinksEvery week at Mr. Pink’s we not only try to bring you the most up-to-date and insightful adult website reviews possible, we also like to toss a little variety into the lives of our beloved readers. If you’re a ‘teen porn’ fan, we’ll throw you an interracial hardcore site. If you love softcore BBWs, we’ll direct you to a webcam site full of chubby girls shoving dildos up their butts. This week, we served up reviews of amateur modeling sites Broke Model and Net Video Girls before taking on the age-disparity porn of Beauty and the Senior as well as Elegant Raw’s brilliant and brutal HD Euro-hardcore. Next week’s going to get even wilder, though, with Wet & Messy fetishism sitting side-by-side with alt.models with a fondness for geeky boys. How’s that strike you, fellas?

Elegant Raw

The Business of Women is Good Business

Unless you’re devoutly asexual and keep yourself as removed from popular culture as possible – in which case, what the fuck are you doing reading my blog? – you’d be aware that erotic literary sensation, the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy, eventually did make it to the big screen and did cause some controversy upon its release. Now that the hubbub has mostly subsided and audiences are seeing 50 Shades for the safely lukewarm wade through BDSM’s often tumultuous waters that it is, there’s GirlsWay’s newest feature production to take the 50 Shades premise and run with it. Only this time, there’s no stoic and emotionally inaccessible corporate executive to do the spanking. Instead, it’s GirlsWay’s most acclaimed all-girl performers.

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Launching its six-part feature series in early May and recently adding its third episode, GirlsWay takes 50 Shades into hardcore lesbian porn territory and brings India Summer, Charlotte Stokely, Shyla Jennings, and Vanessa Veracruz along for what is already proving to be a risque, if not wild ride. Recasting the original novel’s dominating Christian Grey with one of porn’s most intimidating veterans, India Summer, and casting fresh-faced Samantha Rone as his submissive new employee, GirlsWay flips around a predictable situation. Rone plays a call-girl whose life isn’t as luxurious or rewarding as she’d hope. One last date changes all that when Rone walks into the office of Summer, who immediately lays down the law: her word is law and any disobeying will be dealt with harshly. Taking the young pro into her inner sanctum and, after consummating their sizzling sexual tension, going so far as to invite Rone to be her obedient little slut-seducing machine, Summer’s complete control of her lackey is evident.

Chapter Two, Homecoming, sees Charlotte Stokely enter the picture playing Summer’s assistant. By no means the boss, Stokely still demands obedience from Rone and humiliates her before her new boss and lover. Stokely’s revenge unfolds, however, and sees Rone dealing with the prospect that she, like four other women before her, could wind up mysteriously disappearing after Summer gets through with her. Upsetting her boss, Stokely’s antics earn her and Rone a disciplinary lesson they won’t soon forget.

The latest installment of the sexually scorching and photographically lustrous GirlsWay series, The Secret, sees Summer’s former sub Vanessa Veracruz plotting her revenge after being cruelly dismissed. But what role does Abigail Mac play and just how dangerous will Veracruz prove to be? Fuck, man, we need answers and we’re being made to wait for them!

The Business of Women, Part Four: Taking the Bait is due for release on the GirlsWay network June 29th with two more chapters to follow in July.

New Toy App Advises Lousy Lays

Sex can be difficult. First you have to occasion to actually have sex, then your consideration and “reading” of your partner’s responses, desires, and disinterests becomes paramount. Then there’s the inevitable regret at not lasting longer, going too long, being too frenetic, not moving enough, not cleaning up quickly enough, and the dreaded question of when to call or text next. While there’s nothing in Lovely’s programming to help you with arranging your next date, this little device could guide you and your partner towards a far more fruitful sexual relationship. How? By reading your body and sending you instructive messages, obviously.

Lovely

Think of this… Experiencing post-coital sedation, you’re stirred from snuggling by an alert sound on your iPhone. Your turn to pick it up, hoping it’s not anyone that could compromise you chances of “hitting it” again later. It’s Lovely. Lovely tells you that while it was restricting blood flow from your genitals and strangling your shaft, it determined that the doggy-style position hasn’t had enough play in your bedroom. Advising and demonstrating on the use of such positions, and counting the calories burnt, heart-rate reached, top thrusting speed achieved, Lovely aims to improve every sex life it touches. But is it as inspiring as it first appears?

With the privacy of user data one of Internet users’ principal concerns today, Lovely raises a few interesting questions about how openly we share and discuss our sexual habits. If you’re wearing Lovely during sex for one year and it tracks and analyses every encounter you have, isn’t your yearly sexual history available for the hacking (or selling should Lovely not achieve to its expected standards) and couldn’t it end up in the hands of just about anyone?

Perhaps I’m being a little paranoid and Lovely really is trying to help me. It’s just that, what with cock rings being innately wince-inducing and the data issue being a tough one, Lovely seems more like a device for gathering information for others than for the user. After all, shouldn’t the evolution of a sexual relationship come about because the parties declare their desires and engage in the mutually agreeable ones together, not because their phones told them to lift a leg this way, fuck faster on weekdays, or reach for a supportive pillow? Clearly I’m living in a fantasyland and need a device like Lovely, which is now taking pre-orders and campaigning for completion funds through IndieGoGo, to set me straight.