The gaming review website Kotaku decides to review Brazzers’ Oversnatch XXX parody” starring Aletta Ocean and Danny D. Kotaku reviews the parody as if it’s another game review. The conclusion? A bit of a flop.

Overwatch has been searched for on pornhub over 600,000 times year. Dedicated sites such as overwatchhentai.net have been created to serve the growing demand for Overwatch related porn. The team-shooter game by Blizzard is a huge success in the videogame market. Therefore it’s no wonder that Brazzers wants to get in on the action.

Trailers out for the porn parody show Aletta Ocean playing Widowmaker  up against Danny D playing Reaper. The trailer hilariously changes the in game line “bask in the shadow of doubt” to “bask in the shadow of dick!”. It did confuse me at first though, because I thought he said deck instead of dick.

Kotaku reviewer Nathon Grayson decides that whilst Aletta’s costume is pretty on point, Danny’s costume looks like something from party city. There is attention to detail in the parody however, with similar sound effects and CGI overlays. Widowmaker’s tagline changes from “One shot, one kill” to “One cumshot, one kill.”.

The parody opens up with the two characters fighting. Kotaku notes that they don’t use their character specific abilities during the fight, such as Widowmaker’s scope, or Reaper’s close range style. Widowmaker does use a move called “Infra-tits” which apparently does nothing.

“Does it let her see through walls… with her boobs?” Nathan speculates.

The move is countered by Reaper’s own special move “Dickblossom” which is a dildo that Aletta then proceeds to catch and use. The 34 minute movie then continues into sex scenes.

The ultimate review concludes

“I’ve watched a lot of Overwatch porn in my time (FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES), and I appreciate the effort Brazzers put into rock-solid recreations of Reaper and Widowmaker, but their movie barely did anything for me. I hardly laughed or felt a tingling in my nethers.”

Full review here

Watching porn isn’t OCD

Lately there seems to be a surge against porn, porn addiction and it’s relation to breaking up relationships. Psychology today however claims that watching porn can’t be considered OCD because;

“research and diagnostic theory on obsessive-compulsive disorders actually specifically excludes reinforcing, rewarding behaviors such as sex, or even eating, from being compulsive in nature because they are in and of themselves, pleasurable.”

It would increase the number of misdiagnosis for OCD, which in turn would have a negative effects towards helping people who genuinely suffer from the mental illness.

In the same vein, people are now blaming porn addiction with the attachment theory which argues that humans develop attachment and connection to other people, and that these attachment styles are formed early in life, and persist throughout a person’s life.

Some people believe than men grow attactched to porn instead of people. However this theory is simply wrong. Imprinting happens early on in life. Being attactched to something doesn’t mean you can’t grow bonds with other people. An example of this would be children who are close to their blanket or soft toy.

Watching porn and masturbating is pleasurable. Whilst some people can become addicted, it shouldn’t be described as OCD. It would be comparing a alcohol addiction to having OCD.

Full article here

Pornhub collaborates with Hood By Air at New York Fashion Week

The collaboration between fashion brand Hood By Air and Pornhub shocked many attendees, including stars such as Naomi Campbell and Rick Ross. The collection of clothing will include bodysuits, hoodies, and long-sleeved shirts.

Models walked onto the stage wearing clothing printed with words such as “HUSTLER” or “WENCH”, as well as some items that simply had the pornhub logo printed on the front. I’ve seen those same tanktops at the AVNs this year.

When asked about the collaboration between porn and fashion, Pornhub stated

“As more and more fashion brands continue their foray into the digital ad ecosystem, they are looking to overhaul their marketing approach by leaning toward a more refreshingly modern and edgy attitude in terms of exposure.”

Full story here

Notable in the news

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Having sex increases spirituality and ‘makes people more likely to believe in God’

Graphic sex: intimate cartoon history of sex translated into English

  • NeilW

    Oversnatch porn parody – all parodies demand familiarity with their source/s in order to work (I’m not familiar with Overwatch, so I can’t comment on that aspect), and porn parodies need to be good porn, too. It’s a pity if it doesn’t work, because the porn parodies I’ve seen usually boast pretty good production values, and an affection towards whet they are spoofing.

    Porn addiction – OCD? – an interesting subject and one which, I suspect, doesn’t have a definitive answer. I don’t believe porn to be the evil which the Daily Mail clearly believes it is, but neither do I believe it to be all sweetness and light. I think the answer is to take it in positive directions and address criticisms in doing so. And even then, it won’t always be addressed positively, and much Daily Mail readership will remain unconvinced. Niche websites will need to become more mainstream! ;D

    Pornhub meets fashion – The fashion world exists, I believe, in the same physical world as me, and there any connection ends. Makes sense for porn to link up with the mainstream as and when it can, but fashion links aren’t really on my radar.

    Justin Bieber gay sex scene – Bieber straight-batting this (in more ways than one) is no surprise, and nor is the alternative game plan. Has anyone actually ever responded “Oh, OK then” to one of these approaches?

    Sex, oxytocin, and spirituality – hooray for oxytocin, I say. Anything else is fraught with causing office (interesting, if sketchy, article though).

    Sex history comic – this looks like fun, and will go on my list (if I remember). I do wish people would stop calling things graphic novels when they are not, though.