Jump to content

We've Made Front Page News On A Porn Site

By Kevin on Dec 28 2012 07:33 PM
Posted Image

Wow, I've just discovered that our recent interview with Rebecca, from SugarDVD, made front page news on their official website. SugarDVD is an online adult entertainment service that offers an array of streaming, high-definition adult pornography. They are considered the "Netflix for porn" and are the largest renter of adult DVDs online to date.

All we can say about this, is that the "pleasure is all ours!"

Source: SugarDVD News, SugarSweetTalk (Complex Gaming)


About the Author

Photo
Let me think about this for a while...

Other Interesting Articles


Comments: 11

awesome!
That is awesome. :)
eww not a porn site. there might be young kids comming in hear we don't need anyone under age hearing about this. :(
"pleasure is all ours!"  HAHAHAHA
LOL great pun at the end Kevin.
excuse me but WHAT THE HELL? This is terribly inappropriate for a site that targets nintendo users, which the majority of users will be young teens.  What on earth is the connection between child friendly gaming and watching people get fleshy with each other?
As long as we're not actually exposing younger members to explicit content, I don't really see the harm. Plus, this forum is mostly comprised of adults.
I'm sorry but that is a pathetic excuse for hosting articles and links to porn sites.  By having these things which come up on your home page (the first thing children see when they log in) is still exposing them.  I may sound like Mary Whitehouse, but I have children, and children will see these endorsements which basically offers them the option of viewing things which they should NOT learn about this side of their childhood.

View PostAngelicJim, on 01 January 2013 - 11:11 AM, said:

excuse me but WHAT THE HELL? This is terribly inappropriate for a site that targets nintendo users, which the majority of users will be young teens.  What on earth is the connection between child friendly gaming and watching people get fleshy with each other?

In all fairness, there's a lot of things on this site that could be considered inappropriate for "young teens." I'm not sure what your definition of a young teen is, though. I could sift through the hundreds of articles and topics we have (that may be borderline inappropriate), and post them but I don't think it would really solve anything as this is all a matter of perception.

When it comes to this article, specifically, I'll have to agree with you. When I published it, I had a few thoughts run through my head about whether or not it would be generally appropriate or not. And, not surprisingly, our members showed that they liked it. I saw a good opportunity for us, so I took it. For those who didn't care for it, and I'm sure there are some of us here, they likely skipped right by it.

In the end, I published it because I just didn't care. It's my site and I've been busting my ass trying to give everyone content that matters for a total of five years. I posted it not because I'm infatuated with porn, but because I was excited to get an interview with the company (who also asked me to link them in the article). I didn't have to, but I did it anyway. For the record, this is the very first time I've ever posted anything related to pornography. Cut me some slack.

Because I value feedback from each and every one of our members, I'll be more mindful in the future. Thank you for your feedback, AngelicJim.

View PostKevin, on 03 January 2013 - 03:22 PM, said:

In all fairness, there's a lot of things on this site that could be considered inappropriate for "young teens." I'm not sure what your definition of a young teen is, though. I could sift through the hundreds of articles and topics we have (that may be borderline inappropriate), and post them but I don't think it would really solve anything as this is all a matter of perception.

When it comes to this article, specifically, I'll have to agree with you. When I published it, I had a few thoughts run through my head about whether or not it would be generally appropriate or not. And, not surprisingly, our members showed that they liked it. I saw a good opportunity for us, so I took it. For those who didn't care for it, and I'm sure there are some of us here, they likely skipped right by it.

In the end, I published it because I just didn't care. It's my site and I've been busting my ass trying to give everyone content that matters for a total of five years. I posted it not because I'm infatuated with porn, but because I was excited to get an interview with the company (who also asked me to link them in the article). I didn't have to, but I did it anyway. For the record, this is the very first time I've ever posted anything related to pornography. Cut me some slack.

Because I value feedback from each and every one of our members, I'll be more mindful in the future. Thank you for your feedback, AngelicJim.

Thank you for your mature response to my concerns.  I understand that not all websites are owned by mega corporations with bucketfulls of money, so I personally believe you should be proud of what you have achieved with this site.

I hope that you can understand that my opinion is coming to you as a father who wants a safe world for his children (3 boys under the age of 10) Of course I can not expect to get utter safety online and I would be an idiot if I did.  It does worry me about the parents that see their children using a website that is for Nintendo users, and make the assumption that it will be safe for them, thinking to themselves "it should be fine as it's Nintendo".

Anyway I have never been the kind that can't let go of an issue, so this is the last you shall hear from me on this.  I would like to add that this site provides a great service and I can see the members list expanding hugely in times to come.  Thank you for taking my points as "feedback" and not the ravings of a half demented idealist. JB
Glad to see that we were able to clear everything up on that. Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate that more than you know. Have a great day!