Mixing Mainstream with Porn

by Alpha Harlot on October 8, 2018

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Earlier this year, I wrote about Young MA’s directorial debut for a video that was exclusively released on PornHub. It is still one of the hottest all-girl clips I have ever seen in my life. Other recording artists had jumped on the PornHub bandwagon before, but this was a full on smash hit of a porno video.

A bunch of my friends who are a bit more vanilla than I am were totally shocked to hear that Young MA would associate with PornHub. They didn’t understand why anyone who was into her music would go to PornHub to watch what she had created. I mean, that was a dumb hypothesis, because PornHub is one of the Internet’s most heavily trafficked websites and anyone who tells you otherwise is a liar.

Kanye (yuckers…I can’t get on his bandwagon, sorry/not sorry) was the creative director for the PornHub awards in September. He sees the impact that being involved with a porno mega-giant can make. The models in the show all wore Yeazy gear, he performed during the ceremony…he dipped his hands into every part of the show that he could.

So here’s an idea.

Why not cross-post content, or even use the PornHub Network as your main source, to release content that’s sexy, even if it doesn’t involve actual sex? I’m talking music, toy reviews, makeup tutorials, car videos, nails, sports…whatever kind of content it is that you create.

There’s a wave of content that was just pulled and demonitized by Paypal and Youtube because a small portion of it is fetish based. Yeah, ASMR community, I’m talking to you. I was banned from the money monger myself back a handful of years ago and I totally feel your pain. Pictures of fat chicks in bathing suits are apparently inappropriate and fetishy, even if they aren’t meant to be. You know who never banned me though? The PornHub Network.

I say post those clips over on our side of the fence. Your subscribers will still be able to view the content AND if you become a PornHub amateur you can still monetize your videos. The only catch is that puritanical websites like Instagram and Facebook won’t let you post links to publicize when you upload.

Twitter is cool with it though.

Twitter is very loosey goosey with the rules…which is awesome when you’re talking about perverts and people who have been otherwise banned being able to promo their content. It’s a double edged sword, you know? Yeah, I’d like to be able to see my tits and talk about gangbangs publically, but then there’s the line in the sand where people who preach about hate also have access to the platform. What’s the difference between good and evil? It’s all in our brains, Peepz.

In case you forgot how sexy Young Ma’s porno was, feel free to click play and lose an hour of your life while you cum over and over again.

I’ve been with The PornHub Network for as long as I can because it gives me a platform to express myself, no matter the medium. I know that some of the ASMR community might be very anti fetishizing their content…and I 100% get that…I just want to make the world aware that there are alternatives out there though that can give you the web traffic that you are looking for and not get their panties in a bunch about the type of art that you create.

Source: NME and Newstatesman

Image: Haley Reed in Music Lovers by Reality Kings

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