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GOP Congresswoman Says Grocery Store Porn Is 'Root Cause' of School Shootings

"Yeah, you have to reach up to get it, but there’s pornography there."
Drew Schwartz
5.30.18
porn

Why Libraries Need to Archive Porn

The history of modern hardcore deserves to be studied, not end up in a dumpster.
Whitney Strub
2.21.17
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Evan Stone Talks About What It's Like to Play Donald Trump in Porn Parodies

"You have to be able to laugh, or else you will drive yourself crazy. People want to laugh and they want to jerk off, and that's why I'm here."
Zach Sokol
11.19.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

People at the RNC Are Watching a Ton of Porn, Apparently

According to popular porn site xHamster, porn viewership is up 184 percent in Cleveland ever since the RNC came to town.
VICE Staff
7.20.16
Stuff

How Prison Inmates Get Porn

In prison, a single porno mag can be worth hundreds of dollars.
Seth Ferranti
7.10.16
the vice reader

I Wrote 150 Porno Novels in Five Years

In an excerpt from 'Sin-a-Rama: Sleaze Sex Paperbacks of the Sixties,' the legendary science fiction writer Robert Silverberg divulges how he and other authors learned to write smut.
Robert Silverberg
5.28.16
NSFW

Porn for All: Damien Moreau Makes Equal Opportunity Smut

Damien Moreau's queer, feminist pornography creates a visual utopia "where everyone belongs and everyone can get off."
Caitlin Donohue
2.8.15
NSFW

Coming on Camera: Beautiful Agony's Orgasmic Porn

Hundreds of people around the world have seen Kamee have rapturous orgasms thanks to Beautiful Agony, a third-wave-feminist porn site that hosts user-submitted wank-videos shot from the waist up.
Rula Al-Nasrawi
6.2.14
Stuff

Porn Stars Created the #PayForYourPorn Campaign to Convince People to Stop Using Tube Sites

Jessica Drake and other porn stars have teamed up with piracy experts.
Sophie Saint Thomas
5.31.14
VICE Specials

The Last Peep Show in Amsterdam

The disappearance of peep shows is just another step in a gradual cleanup of the city's Red Light District.
VICE Staff
5.15.14
Stuff

The Good/Bad Art Collective Airs a Snuff Infomercial on Broadcast TV

In the fall of 2013, Texas's Good/Bad Art Collective created a one-night event called <i>CURTAINS</i> in a make-shift television studio. This later culminated in a 28-minute infomercial, <i>FOREVER</i>, which sells the secret to immortality but ends...
Mark Allen
2.8.14