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MakeLoveNotPorn.TV Wants To Legalize Sharing Of Porn Videos

Posted on 16 September 2012 by author

Porn.

The word in itself have always been associated with “sex”, “obscenity” and the whole nine yards of street slangs and dirty imaginations. From what Playboy did to bring porn into a whole new meaning only gave a new opening to a more explicit side of pornography, going from “soft” to the banging “hardcore” sex that we know today.

Enter Cindy Gallop, a serial entrepreneur that openly admitted that the World Wide Web has become a portal for sex education and as with the tons of porn websites available with just a search on an engine (and a click to follow suit), men and some women are now putting “real sex” on the same line as what they see on these sites. With that fact on hand and through the Internet, porn has become a household name, access to it is like logging on to Facebook.

While the entrepreneur is not anti-porn and even went through to say that she “loves porn”, she now dreams of socializing sex and make it a socially accepted norm and “socially shareable,”. In 2009, Gallop graced TED Talk and simultaneously launched MakeLoveNotPorn.com, her second startup after If We Ran the World. Without any promotion whatsoever, MakeLoveNotPorn garnered some 3,000 hits per day coming from both men and women from more than 180 countries from around the world talking about sex and what do they think about the subject. During its course, Gallop realized the potential of the website to be a successful business endeavor and putting in mind the efforts of the legendary Hugh Hefner did to legitimize pornography.

MakeLoveNotPorn.tv was initiated for people who love sex, or real sex for that matter. As a user generated domain, people can upload their kinky videos for $5 or for the same amount, the public can rent the said video for three weeks of their own personal enjoyment. The amount you pay will be for the site’s maintenance and quality control and $2.50 will go to the site’s creative personnel.

Gallop went on to say that there is no shortage of contents and with social media somewhat lowering the shame threshold; MakeLoveNotPorn.tv is all about creativity and Gallop wanting to “put creativity back into sex”. The website was launched a couple of weeks back and by the time the final click was done, some 36,000 requests blossomed with 11,000 user access as of today.

With her saying that “real world sex is funny” MakeLoveNotPorn.tv also labels each video into categories but in a more subtle way: “gangbang” and “bukake” were replaced by a more acceptable analogies like “long distance” and “owowowheynow” – a personal favorite of the creator. Real life porn stars Lily Labeau and Danny Wylde even graced the site with their video – not by their profession per say, but on a more personal aspect.

With the opinion of making porn dropping its taboo connotation, it’ll still be a while before we can openly watch coitus publicly. But if that day comes, a lot will be ecstatic.

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