Twitter jumps on humping bandwagon, come-on Facebook Pornstars are people too. Talk to any baby boomer and they will say the sexual revolution happened in the sixties, the real truth is that it never really stopped with each new generation pushing the revolution a little further.
The big shift in the 60′s can be boiled down to thinking sex was only a reproductive activity to now enjoying sex as a social activity.
If you still think the 60′s was the sexual revolution, go on twitter and follow a Pornstar, nothing is out of bounds, these people are unshockable.
The real sexual revolution is happening now more than ever, it’s been driven by how people interact online.
2010 was the year that established Pornstars on social media sites.
While Facebook was removing accounts of people showing too much flesh, Twitter and MySpace were revelling in the traffic ::::
MySpace had its share of dirt but it never really made it mainstream enough to be more than a sideline. Twitter on the other hand was the ground breaking site. Their hand’s off approach allowed Pornstars and their fans to interact with-out boundaries, which they do.
Facebook’s flesh ban wasn’t only limited to Porn stars though, many sexting teenagers have also been removed. As per usual with Facebook they no reason and no appeal is possible, your account will just disappear. Ironically it’s next to impossible to remove all traces of your profile from Facebook yourself. So the new strategy for removing your profile from Facebook has to be Photoshop a picture of yourself into porn – or make your own - and post the picture, you’ll be gone quicker than a Johns – prostitutes client – pants come down.
This behaviour by Facebook has lead to the common headline ‘Why do Pornstars hate Facebook’ as there is a noticeable absence of them shamelessly promoting themselves there. Let’s face it all actors are self promoters, it’s just part of the business so if the option was there they would. Facebook is trying to promote itself to a certain market – family friendly – and they believe anything too racy is going against that. That’s their call.
The emergence of Pornstars on Social media coupled with the unofficial banning of adult content on Facebook has given rise to social network sites specifically designed for Pornstars. A place for them to interact with each other and their fans. These sites are specially segregated so that Industry insiders can keep to themselves at times or interact with their fans when they feel like it. Sites like Zivity are designed with this in mind.
Sexting, Facebook Whoring – to want to look like Pornstar in every Facebook photo of yourself – and the explosion of online dating / quickie sites says absolutely nothing about the technology and a whole lot about us. Times are a changing people so loosen up or prepared to be very shocked.