Why We Love Porn?

Are you aware that the Adult Business is a multi-billion dollar industry? You might be downloading free porn from the net to your pc, but the ultimate truth is millions of people worldwide are stashing cash and credit cards to watch their favorite porn stars and fetishes.

You may hear and see lots of activists and feminists rallying in the streets, condemning pornography and prostitution, but their are millions of mortals out their who are leisurely enjoying the orgasmic entertainment brought by adult materials. And they are not the psychos or maniacs you see on TV or movies, but those ordinary denizens who are basking in the glow of carnal pleasures in their private homes.

Porn will always be there no matter how many demonstrations or rallies are held on the streets against it. And as time passes by, the number of porn companies worldwide is incrementing. And you may ask me why. Well, it’s simple. The higher the demand, the higher the supply. That’s a very simple business logic. This means that a very large percentage of the earth’s population are into pornography. But the sad thing about this is not all porn out there are legal. Illegal pornography has tainted the already tainted reputation of the business. And most porn companies are also struggling to stop this very detrimental part of the industry.

So, why we love porn? I’m referring to we because it’s not only consumers or common people who are benefited by this type of entertainment. According to PBS.org there are lots of big companies who are making big bucks out of porn juice. These companies are well-known hotel chains like Marriot, Westin, and Hilton. These major hotels, according to PBS are offering in-room X-rated movies delivered to the hotel by one of two major distribution companies, LodgeNet or On Command. Some analysts say these in-room sex movies generate more money for the hotel chains than revenue from the hotels’ mini-bars.

Another mainstream industry that also benefit from porn are the cable and satellite companies. These companies(AT&T – Comcast, General Motors – News Corporation) channel pornography into millions of homes and take approximately 80 percent of the pay-per-view dollar that gets spent by the consumer, according to Bill Asher, president of Vivid Entertainment, which produces adult movies.

And thirdly, is the internet industry. According to PBS, Yahoo has made lots of money selling ads and links to porn websites.

“When Yahoo! first launched, getting a site listed, even a commercial business site, was free,” says Sam Agboola in his 2001 interview with FRONTLINE. He is director of marketing for Danni’s Hard Drive, one of the most popular softcore sites online. “Nowadays it costs $200 to get a website listed unless you’re an adult website, in which case they charge $600.”

Anyways, how about you? Why do you love porn?

N.B. I guess I need a follow up post on this. I really, really love tackling this ish…hehehe(:

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