VIDEO: Student Watches ‘Gay Porn’ With Headphones Unplugged

This hilarious video from YouTuber FreddyFairhair is making the rounds on the Internet and it depicts a college student enjoying some quality gay porn in public — but without his headphones plugged in.

While the reactions are priceless, the act is completely staged right down to the sex noises themselves. However, that doesn’t make us feel any less squirmy while we’re watching it!

Check out the video above and peep the dude’s giant (fake) boner every time he exits the room.


Japanese Porn Actress, Uta Kohaku, Gets 100 Bottles Of Semen From Fans

A Japanese porn actress has at least 100 fans that would give their lives to her. Well, at least help her give life to another.

As part of an upcoming erotic opus tentatively titled “Semen Collection 2,” Uta Kohaku asked her fans on Twitter to donate to the cause by sending in bottles of their own male bodily fluids for inclusion in the film, according to the Brazilian website,

The actress received more than 100 bottles of sperm-filled plastic bottles in a 10-day period, each featuring the name of the dirty donator, reported.

Kohaku appreciated the randy response to her request and, according to, promised her fans: “I will care for them as if it were my own child.”

Shooting for the film commenced Dec. 20 and there is no word on whether it will be released in the U.S. or what Kohaku will do with the donations after all the shooting is completed.


PORN FILTER: Vast Majority Of Brits Refuse Government Filter

British broadband users are overwhelmingly rejecting the government’s recently introduced ‘porn filters’, with six out of seven choosing to opt out.

Under the system, introduced at the beginning of the year, the country’s four biggest ISPs agreed to slap on the filters for all new customers unless specifically asked not to do so.

But in a report, regulator Ofcom says that only five percent of new BT customers, eight percent of Sky customers and four percent of Virgin Media VMED NaN% customers have agreed to the filters, although 36 percent of TalkTalk customers have done so.

So are the British a nation of porn addicts? Ofcom’s theory for the low takeup is that only 40 percent of UK households have children living at home, and many of these have already installed device-level filtering – or else supervise their children themselves.

Part of the reason, though, is the way the choice is given. In the case of Virgin Media, for example, most new installations are handled by an engineer – and it seems that these engineers are rather keener on the free flow of content than the government.

Virgin Media reckons that, in many cases at least, the engineer is simply opting out of the filters without checking with the customer. “It has recognised that this is a failure in process and indicated it is taking steps to address this gap,” says Ofcom. However, I can’t help suspecting that there’s more to it than that: alone of the big four, Virgin Media doesn’t allow any customization of the filters, simply giving customers an on/off choice.

At the other end of the scale, TalkTalk’s high take-up may also be down to something other than conscious customer choice, as the opt-in box comes pre-checked.

The Ofcom report also highlights the extent to which perfectly inoffensive websites are being blocked – something I’ve noted before. More recent victims of the filters include a troop of Girl Guides, a Christian charity – and even the personal blog of a chap who previously worked on a parental controls system himself. Anecdotal evidence suggests that WordPress blogs are being particularly hard hit.

Spotting when sites have been incorrectly blocked isn’t all that easy. By definition, users don’t see the blocked sites, so generally don’t know what they’re missing. Meanwhile, none of the ISPS offers a mechanism for site owners to check whether they’re being blocked – they have to go to anti-filter campaigners the Open Rights Group for that.

And, there’s no mechanism for providers to share information when they’re notified of a miscategorization – meaning that when a legitimate website is reinstated by one ISP it may still be blocked by others.

So where do we go from here? Government plans call for the filters to be introduced, again on an opt-in basis, for all existing customers of the big four ISPs by the end of this year. And prime minister David Cameron has also called for the filter to be installed by default by other ISPs too.

A spokesman for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport said the low take-up doesn’t mean the program is a failure.

“It’s important that parents are aware of these filters and they have the choice to have filters automatically on to protect children from harmful and adult content,” he said, adding that the government has never had any target level for take-up. Let’s hope not: because it’s remarkable how often voluntary initiatives that fail to garner end up becoming compulsory.


30 Richest Porn Stars In The World

So, who are the richest porn stars in the world? Did you know that the adult film industry is a $15 Billion per year industry? With hundreds of millions of viewers each month, this industry will never fade, but in fact will continue to grow over the years. Here are some interesting facts about the porn industry

  • The average rate for a male porn star is $500-$600
  • An average girl-girl scene gets paid $800 per film
  • An average guy-girl scene gets paid $1000 per film
  • An average anal sex scene gets paid $1300 per film
  • An average double penetration scene gets paid $3500 per film
  • An in demand porn actress can earn up to $400,000 per year. But a lesser known porn star earns less than $30,000 per year.
  • Its very unlikely for porn stars to contract HIV, AIDS or any STD as the industry is meticulously regulated.
  • In the United States, porn filming is only legal in Los Angeles and New Hampshire.
  • The porn industry is one of those industries where women dominate the top earners list by a ratio of 9 to 1.
  • At any second, 30 Million people are viewing porn on the computers, desktop, laptop, ipads or mobiles.
  • There are more than 4 Million porn websites in the US alone.
  • Jenna Jameson is the richest porn star with a net worth of $30 Million. But she hasn’t starred in an adult film since 2007.
  • Tera Patrick is the second highest grossing porn star, but her net worth is only half of Jenna Jameson.
  • ABout 15% of materials search and time spent on the net is related to sex.
  • There are 68 Million searches per day for porn in the US alone.


So who are the richest porn stars? Here is the list:

  • Jenna Jameson $30 Million
  • Tera Patrick $15 Million
  • Peter North $11 Million
  • Traci Lords $10 Million
  • Jesse Jane $9 Million
  • Maria Takagi $8 Million
  • Ron Jeremy $7.5 Million
  • Bree Olson $7 Million
  • Katie Morgan $6 Million
  • Lexington Steele $6 Million
  • Jenna Haze $6 Million
  • Evan Seinfield $5 Million
  • Gianna Michaels $4 Million
  • Sasha Grey $3 Million
  • Belladona $3 Million
  • Evan Stone $2 Million
  • Jayden James $2 Million
  • Maria Ozawa $2 Million
  • Daisy Marie $1.9 Million
  • Audrey Bitoni $1,8 Million
  • Sunny Leone $1.5 Million
  • Tori Black $1.4 Million
  • Shyla Stylez $1.3 Million
  • Raylene $1 Million
  • Ava Adams $900k
  • Alanah Rae $800k
  • Chanel Preston $700k
  • Lexi Diamond $600k
  • Jesse Jane $500k
  • Asa Akira $450k

10 Most Famous Male Porn Stars In The World

The male porn stars don’t enjoy as much success as their female counterparts but that doesn’t mean that their jobs are any easier. Maintaining an erection under the spotlight forever is no joke. Getting it erect under pressure is in itself a success. The male stars have to do all the work during the explicit scenes almost all the time. Of course, getting paid to nail the hottest porn stars in the business is certainly a tempting offer, but being a male porn star is not everyone’s cup of tea. Without drifting any further, let’s take a look at some of the most famous male porn stars. Oh…before that, here are some interesting facts…

The average male porn star earns $500-$600 per movie.
Peter North is the richest male porn star with an estimated net worth of $11 million.
In the United States, porn film making is only legal in Los Angeles and New Hampshire.
On an average, men think about sex around 34 times a day.
Lexington Steele has a double degree in African American studies and history.

1. John Holmes

When one works in over 2,500 porn movies and sleeps with over 3,000 women, it has to count for something, right? Well it does, it lands the man a top spot on the list of the most famous porn stars. The man was renowned for his humongous member. He was actually spotted by photographer at a urinal. So guys, all those horrific thoughts of someone peeking at your member at public urinals are actually true. The legend died because of complications arising from HIV in 1988.

2. Ron Jeremy Hyatt

Nicknamed The Hedgehog, Ron Jeremy was the highest placed adult film star in AVN’s The Top 50 Porn Stars of All Time list. The man has appeared in over 2216 adult movies and has even managed to direct 285 movies. His popularity has helped him land roles in several mainstream non-pornographic movies as well; some of them are Detroit Rock City, 54, Crank: High Voltage, and The Chase etc.

3. Peter North

Peter North started his illustrious porn career in gay pornography before transitioning to straight pornography. The man has lent his services to over 2000 adult movies and has even managed to direct 70 of them. The man is also the founder and owner of the production company, Northstar Associates.

4. Rocco Siffredi

Move over Rocky Balboa, we have the real Italian stallion over here. Rocco Siffredi is by far the most recognized male porn star in the cities of Europe. The man has starred in over 1300 movies. Rocco Siffredi is widely recognized for enacting rough sex scenes.

5. Randy Spears

Few male porn stars have won as many AVN awards as Randy Spears. The man has over 27 AVN awards and has starred in around 1000 adult films. His endeavors were rewarded when we was inducted in the AVN Hall of Fame. Randy is widely remembered for his performances in the adult films The Masseuse and the Sex Trek series.

6. Evan Stone

Evan Stone is recognized globally for his ass chin. Whether the ass chin works in his favor is up for discussions for another day. We’re sure that the ladies are big fans of his performances though. The man originally trained to be an Air Force Ranger but the prospect of being in the porn business was too enticing for him and we don’t blame the man.

7. Seymore Butts

Seymore Butts is recognized more for his contributions to the porn industry rather than just being a male porn star. He reality show Family Business showed us glimpses of the porn industry. The man is an expert when it comes to directing porn parody movies.

8. Mr Marcus

Blessed with a humongous body, Mr. Marcus is not only a porn star but a writer as well. The novel The Porn Star’s Guide to Great Sex is credited to him. The man had sex with over 100 women in the movie The Luckiest Black Man. Marcus made headlines when he tested positive for syphilis and knowingly exposed female co-stars to the disease. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail for the heinous crime.

9. Lexington Steele

Here’s an amazing fact! Lexington Steele worked as a stock broker before entering the porn industry. Here’s another amazing fact! The man doesn’t drink alcohol. Lexington is now owner of the production company Mercenary Motion Pictures. The man won the race of being the first actor to win 3 AVN Male Performer of the Year Award.

10. Bryan Matthew Sevilla

James Deen is the stage name adopted by Bryan Matthew. James started his career in the porn industry immediately after turning 18. Unlike the stereotypical male actors in the adult industry, Deen doesn’t possess a muscular physique. The boy next door image in turn has helped him garner quite a following.


The U.S. Should Immediately Adopt This ‘Revenge Porn’ Rule

If you’ve got x-rated photos of your ex stored somewhere on your phone, and your ex is unhappy about it, you might be legally obligated to delete them.

At least if you’re a German citizen.

In a verdict published on Tuesday, a German court ruled a local man should have deleted erotic photos of his now-former girlfriend as soon as she asked him to,according to The Guardian.

In explaining its decision, the court argued that the girlfriend’s personal rightstrumped the ownership rights of the boyfriend, according to the The Local, an English-language German newspaper.

It’s a ground-breaking ruling on “revenge porn” — a type of porn in which people publicly post intimate photos of their exes — as it asks involved parties to delete photos before they’re even public.

There was a good chance a German court would be the first to rule so strictly on this subject. The country has some of the world’s most intense privacy laws, a product of rules put into place after World War II, according to The New York Times.

Courts around the world have been grappling for some time with the complicated topic of revenge porn, and current rules over its legality are sparse and vary greatly by region. California last year became the first state in the U.S. to come down hard on revenge porn, and Arizona follow its lead in April, according to Reuters. Dozens of similar measures are being proposed across the nation.

The laws in both Arizona and California make it possible to punish those who post sexts publicly. But there is nothing akin to this new German decision, which lets exes demand sexts be deleted before they are put out for the world to see.


Google bans porn from its ads

Google is banning pornography from appearing in its ad network.

The Mountain View search giant is now prohibiting promotion of most sexually themed sites, specifically those that feature “graphic sexual acts with intent to arouse including sex acts such as masturbation.” The changes took effect Monday, according to CNBC.

According to the network, companies that were going to be in violation of the new policy were notified of the upcoming change in June. It read:

101807242-462890467.1910x1000When we make this change, Google will disapprove all ads and sites that are identified as being in violation of our revised policy. Our system identified your account as potentially affected by this policy change. We ask that you make any necessary changes to your ads and sites to comply so that your campaigns can continue to run.

The policy change caught some adult industry companies by surprise, including Theo Sapoutzis, chairman and CEO of AVN Media Network.

“I was one of the very first advertisers for AdWords back in 2002,” Sapoutzis told CNBC. “It’s something that’s been [untouched] for 12 years, so you don’t expect change is going to start happening.”

It’s not clear how the change, which applies to AdWords, will affect the content of search results on Google.

For some Bay Area tech companies, marijuana is also a touchy subject in terms of advertising. Google, Facebook Twitter do not accept ads for cannabis-related businesses, even medical marijuana, and many say it’s hurting the fledgling legal cannabis industry in Colorado.