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Porn isn’t just about video

A little extra spice is something that couples often look for in the bedroom, and when you talk to men in particular, the answer often lies in the ability to convince their partner to allow some video entertainment into the situation, to help get the ball to roll.

The blokes that are able to get some pornographic video content into the bedroom seem happy enough with the outcomes, but you don’t hear as often from women either wanting the videos there, or singing the praises of the outcome of having the video there — there are always exceptions of course — and you also hear just as often from those who have had their suggestions of bringing in a little porn shot down.

After doing a little investigating into the matter, something that struck me was the fact that, generally, pornographic videos and movies are targeted towards men. Although there is certainly a lot more pornographic content that seems to place the female’s needs at the forefront these days, few would argue that the larger audience for this material is men, and the content is clearly geared towards that.

However, few would also argue that erotic fiction is targeted exclusively towards women? How many men do you know who leaf through another Mills and Boon classic with a box of tissues beside them? Heck, when you Google Mills and Boon, the second sentence of their website description says, ‘Millions of women across the globe…’ Clearly they know their audience and it ain’t men.

So my question is this: should men seeking to spice up their sex life maybe look to a more female friendly erotic medium, and propose some erotic fiction as a starting point, or maybe the karma sutra? Perhaps the couple could read from the book and maybe act out what is taking place. It’s conducive to role-playing, it’s conducive to fantasy and it certainly could help break the ice, introduce some new positions, and also open up the possibility to some different erotic mediums. And once your partner is receptive, maybe working up towards videos could be the natural progression.

Conversely, for the girls in the relationship who are not as keen on the idea of video porn despite their partner bringing it up constantly and incessantly, perhaps the suggestion of the erotic fiction approach as a starting point might get your partner to start at a place a little less in-your-face, as well as improve their sexual vocabulary and also gain a new-found understanding of your needs and desires as well.    

Video may be the new medium of choice, but it doesn’t have to be the only medium. To get your erotic books and video collection looking a little healthier, look no further than Club X. With a library of titles to choose from, consider it your one-stop, erotic adventure shop. 



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  • Johnny on

    I disagree, with Home made movies. Girls are dying to see who they have to be better than, and then often ask to make there own.

  • stef on

    Excellent blog thank you Clubx for sharing. As a male I definitely find introducing erotic films into the relationship a little hard. However being a homosexual male it has it’s advantage, because gay porn films dont have a bias simply because its all men.


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