If you’re a site like TechCrunch, how do you shake up the constant coverage of app launches and startup funding? You start writing about sex, obviously — and, this being the Internet, porn.
The site recently debuted a spicy new column called #Love, which TechCrunch writer Jordan Crook describes thusly: Read More
Attention sexters and Tinder addicts alike — the other end of your steamy convo is probably wearing sweatpants and watching Netflix.
At least, that’s according to a study conducted at Indiana University – Purdue University in Fort Wayne. The results, published in Computers and Human Behaviors, showed that almost half the people who have sent sexy texts have lied while doing so. Read More
Don’t you just hate it when you’ve been scrolling through porn sites for hours, and can’t find a damn thing that tickles your fancy? Now, there’s Customs4U, a site that lets users customize their own porn videos.
The site, which launched in September 2013, lets users commission scripted porn videos catered exactly to their tastes, and then electronically delivers those videos directly to the users’ private online dashboards. Users start by selecting their desired model, genre, duration, quality and delivery time, and are then invited to enter a “description” of up to 999 characters of what they’d like to go down in their super sexy vid. Read More
As we always say at Betabeat, who needs a real-life BF or GF when you can just make out with a pillow?
The fantasy is real! Instructables user emilygraceking has created the “Make-Out Practice Pillow for Valentine’s Day,” and has posted online directions showing viewers how they can make their own, too. Read More
Still trying to figure out how to impress your romantic partner in the bedroom this Valentine’s Day? Adult entertainment site Cam4 wants you to know it’s totally cool and healthy to check out some porn together. Read More
All those youths of today have been widely condemned for their wild, unmitigated sexting habits, but a forthcoming study suggests that maybe no one’s as crazy about sending their girlfriends mirror shots of their dicks as we once suspected.
When Vine launched earlier this year, people were shocked that porn appeared on it. Ha, how weird that the first instinct of its users was stick to a camera down their pants and see what happens! The Twitter-owned video service largely cleaned up its act (even workarounds for searching #sex like typing #s3x seem to have disappeared), Read More