In response to Corbin Fisher’s claim that they are liberating gays by outing them, Chris posits, “I don’t know why they feel it is their job to out people. Nothing good ever comes from outing someone.”
Another day, another episode in the ongoing Corbin Fishergate scandal. If you’re just joining the party, catch up here: Corbin Fisher Calls Gays “Thieving Little Shits” CF Thinks Outing Gay Teens Is “Laughable” Good? Good. A UB reader sent us another ridiculous email from the porn company, telling us “This […]
Perhaps you’ve been reading our ongoing coverage of gay porn studio Corbin Fisher’s threat to sue 40,000 IP addresses, many of which we believe belong to gay teens who aren’t able to legally download materials themselves without a credit card. If not, catch up first: Corbin Fisher Sues Illegal Porn […]
We wrote last week about gay porn powerhouse Corbin Fisher’s ill conceived plan to sue 40,000 illegal file-sharers, and how those lawsuits would inadvertently out closeted gay teens to their parents. You know who steals downloads porn off the internet for free? Teenagers. People without credit cards. Kids under 18 […]
Is Corbin Fisher the one where the guys sit on the couch before moving to the bed? That’s every single porn gay porn studio’s sequence of events these days, you say? I see… Corbin Fisher is taking flack for their refusal to understand how the internet has evolved into a […]
Pornography—in one form or another—has been around since, well, forever. From the graphic depictions of sex in ancient Indian, Japanese and Roman art, to the novels of John Cleland and Marquis de Sade, to the first nude photographs (which appeared just a few short years after the invention of photography), to early moving pictures and all the way up to the modern pinnacle of porn—the porn parody—the arch of human history is little more than a trail of porno.
But while we have always loved our pornography, we have also always been somewhat ashamed of it. When the erotic carvings of ancient Rome we’re discovered in Pompeii, the Victorian scholars of the day opted to keep them a secret, so as not to corrupt the sensibilities of the public. John Cleland and Marquis de Sade were both prosecuted for their “lewd” novels, Fanny Hill, and Juliette. And distributors of early erotic photographs had to work in the shadows. Today, pornography is more graphic, more prolific, and more readily available than ever. Yet, the stigma is not completely gone. With everything from restrictive content laws to vigorous debates about the ethics and politics of the porn industry, it seems that as long as porn is around (forever and ever), it will always be controversial.
Here’s a selection of some of our favorite porn coverage (Sorry, no actual porn here. Just stuff ABOUT porn. Though we do have some naked people here if you like.)