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From June 25th, 2010:

It’s time for another installment of everyone’s favorite moments from Kink.com’s porn. No, we’re not talking about the ground shaking orgasms — we mean the embarrassing, awkward, sometimes unsexy moments referred to in the industry as ‘bloopers’. While we love the polished finished product, we will always have a soft spot for the hilarious moments that don’t make it into the final edit, and we know you agree with us. Enjoy!

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  1. O

    As serious and awesome as it is for this victory, I just can’t help but think how it would confuse the hell out of some people here in Texas to see that armory with the rainbow flags on top.

    “Ya’ll, they got a fort!”

  2. O

    What can be said: Texas will have to get used to giving people rights and equality. I do like the analogy with interracial marriage.

    It’s just a little elation is all. Their is a mix of elation with friends, and fear with those who “Like” Sarah Palin on facebook. They do belive their own “hype” with the “social studies” that anyone with any sense knew that they couldn’t produce in court.

    They’re just blindsided. “Glen Beck told them it would never happen.”

    And I have a very juvenile sense of humor. Sry to offend, but if I don’t laugh at ignorant people sometimes I’d just be crying all the time.

  3. huggybear

    Its become too politicized. What once started as a crusade to get rights for gay couples (insurance, etc.) turned into a circus.

    Lets all take a step back and realize what the issue really is about.

    I for one am not opposed to gay/lesbian unions – but I do think that the term “marriage” should only be reserved for hetero couples since that is still the only way to procreate without scientifically manipulation (i.e. artificial insemination).

    Let the gay community have unions – with all the rights and privileges of married couples. It is all semantics – and the gay communities need for legitimacy.

    I don’t want to come off as a homophobe, I just want to allow society the right to be free from activists who try to force their world views on those who want to be able to choose for themselves what is right for them or not.

    I choose to be heterosexual, and I do enjoy BDSM with my wife who happens to enjoy bisexual porn. That means that I don’t force her views on everyone we meet.

    Basically I’m saying that it all boils down to respect. Respect for those who are gay, and those who are not. Give them the rights they want, and leave it at that.

  4. Homer

    huggybear, nice passive aggressiveness there.

    if its truly a name problem – you can just start referring to your marriage as a holy union instead.

  5. Jaygee

    It always bothers me when people’s argument about anything is based on a definition or a label, rather than on logic or fairness. The English language is neither a moral code, nor is it static. It must evolve as our society evolves.

    To quote: “I do think that the term “marriage” should only be reserved for hetero couples since that is still the only way to procreate without scientifically manipulation (i.e. artificial insemination).”

    See, even you are playing games with the words here. There are so many holes in that argument that it’s ridiculous. Ever hear of the word ‘menopause’? What about infertility? What about adoption? Think about all the hetero marriages that your definition of the word would dissolve, many of them with children (adopted or from ‘scientifically aided’ conceptions).

  6. Lech

    Huggybear, while i’m happy that you have enough respect to see that gay people should have equal rights, i have to disagree on something: Heterosexual marriage is NOT the only way to procreate!! Millions of babies are born without married parents every year. Some of them have single mothers, some of them have a mom and a dad that just never got married. That doesn’t effect the sanctity of marriage.

    Also, you’re right that gay people want to call it marriage because they want legitimacy, of course they do. Equality is the bigger picture here. If it has to be called something different, i guarantee over 50% of hetero people will ridicule it as something less than straight marriage. It’s not changing straight people’s marriages any, and it’s not any different, so why should it be called something different?

  7. Bruce

    I stumbled across this most unusual website while searching for material for our wssays on same-sex marriage in California at religioustolerance.org/hom_marl.htm

    Quite an education!

    There are a lot of benefits, rights and protections for married couples and their children that come from being married. But one of the greatest of these benefits is the right to call their relationship a marriage. Everybody knows what marriage is — a lifetime committment of mutual support and caring. The terms “civil union” and “registered partnership” just don’t cut it.

  8. TANTRTAOIST

    I agree with huggybear and Bruce. It’s being silly to play about with the language although this is done all the time by politicians and “do-gooders” to justify their manouvering for “social improvements” . the word “marriage” goes back in history as defining the legal and religious union of a man and a woman with the prime purpose of continuing the human race by procreation acceptable to society.

    Gays, male and female, are phsically unable to do this so they are “beyond the pale” to heterosexuals thus the social ostrisiceing until. Why polute the beauty of the original meaning and purpose of “marriage” ? Have them sign agreements or contracts to legalise their “union” concerning property aand other liabilities but stay away from the curch and “marriage” ! Being heterosexual myself I find homosexuality difficult to understand but I can comprehend lesbianism as women from the moment of conception they are in contact with another female right through to maturity and even then can continue the “association”. I find the practice of lesbians to be a beautiful scene and follow it at every opportunity but seeing 2 Males makes me puke, hence I don’t follow such sites !

  9. TANTRTAOIST

    I agree with huggybear and Bruce. It’s being silly to play about with the language although this is done all the time by politicians and “do-gooders” to justify their manouvering for “social improvements” . the word “marriage” goes back in history as defining the legal and religious union of a man and a woman with the prime purpose of continuing the human race by procreation acceptable to society.

    Gays, male and female, are phsically unable to do this so they are “beyond the pale” to heterosexuals thus the social ostrisiceing until now. Why pollute the beauty of the original meaning and purpose of “marriage” ? Have them sign agreements or contracts to legalise their “union” concerning property aand other liabilities but stay away from the church and “marriage” ! Being heterosexual myself I find homosexuality difficult to understand but I can comprehend lesbianism as women, from the moment of conception are in contact with another female right through to maturity and even then can continue the “association”. I find the practice of lesbians to be a beautiful scene and follow it at every opportunity but seeing 2 Males makes me puke, hence I don’t follow such sites !

  10. O

    See what I mean about laughing and crying..

    Oh, and if you have such a strong reaction to 2 males kissing their is something wrong. Either pent up sexuality or being brought up in a homophobic environment where people are taught by their parents what to be revolted by. I would really lean on the later, depending on your reaction to the suggestion.

    Grew up evangelical, had the reaction as well. Got out where I knew people of all tastes, and didn’t have any reaction when my friend kissed his boyfriend. Maybe a little “Huh, I’m not used to this.” Got used to it, now just indifferent. Kinda shows my preference, and how boring and empty it would be to have to pretend I’m someone I’m not.

    What I’m not indifferent to is dehumanizing people to deny them their rights. My friends should have the same rights as I have. Isn’t that the same realization as Huck Finn had (which speaks from Mark Twains own personal experience growing up)?

    And it also speaks from the same basis: rationalizing and justifying the oppression of your fellow human being.

  11. Tzamon

    What everyone is forgetting, is that marriage is a religious ordanance, one that Christians hold to be very sacred. The bible states that a union of marriage is between male and female. It further goes on to demonize gays as ” sinfull”

    It is very important, if god does not sanctify a gay marriage( it IS a religious act) what right do they have to take something so HOLY, and ruin it

  12. Homunculus

    I was born and raised in California, and I live in Texas now. Texas is a MUCH freer place than California. People in Texas know how to stay the fuck out of other people’s business.

  13. Sam

    Tzamon, sit down and stop acting like a holy roller. You’re commenting on a porn site dedicated to fetishes. You’re just as dirty as the gays in the eyes of the church.

  14. Rokalacs

    As someone else mentioned above, words evolve as we evolve. Marriage nowadays in my opinion no more means the “o-holy mega-church marriage” with jesus and all that shit just a ceremony of two people making their bond stronger.

    @Dept of Injustice – your comment should be just a joke or else you should be a narrow minded “I’M GAY YOU SHOULD KNOW IT AND ACCEPT ME” ‘street fighter’. I think the thing because most people hate gays is because of their “gay pride marches”. Just as I don’t shout and scream that I’m a fetishist and I don’t walk down the street in all latex, and so on.

  15. huggybear

    Wow… what a bunch of touchy people.

    All I was saying was that only men and women are able to procreate. That is an indisputable fact. You have to have both male and female to do this. That is why my opinion is that “marriage” should be between a man & a woman.

    I am not naive enough to not know that couples (both straight and gay) can adopt, have artificially inseminated pregnancies, have kids out of wedlock, and even go through menopause.

    If this were an easy issue to solve – it would have been done already.

    Remember, opinions are like assholes – everybody has one. My opinion is just that – mine. If you don’t agree with me, that is your priviledge.

    All that I ask is that whatever your beliefs are – don’t force them on others. That is just common courtesy.

    Happy wanking guys.

  16. Tom

    Small points of order for people arguing about the traditional or religious definition of marriage.

    marriage had nothing to do with any church originally, it was a property exchange where the birdes parents would essentially pay another man to take over her upkeep and start their own family.

    And why does a church have any say about people getting married outside its offices? Do catholics get to tell divorced jews that they can’t get married at the JPs? Do muslims get a veto on an agnostic marriage? If a church disagrees with a union, it has the right to refuse to perform the ceremonies, but marriage is a legal and civil union which is only sometimes accorded religious weight.

    And as for calling it something else that’s “the same” as marriage…how well did seperate but equal work in public education?

  17. Straight Female

    These responses are hilarious. Tom seems about the only one who has any sense of the legal and historical context of marriage, everyone else is excreting BS.

    And religious freedom: if a church/synod/religion decides to sanctify a gay marriage, those same people asking for gays to respect religious institutions would turn around and deny that organization’s religious freedom because it doesn’t fit into their (apparently erroneous) view of what marriage is about. And for those who believe marriage is a Christian construct, spend 2 minutes on wikipedia, and also consider learning about the recognition of of same-sex unions as well (goes back to Greece).

    And how is saying “you can’t get married” not forcing your beliefs down someone’s throat, huggybear? They want to do their own thing sans your opinion of it, you want to restrict it. Your argument and your conclusion directly contradict each other, though the colon is not transparent so I’m sure it’s unintentional and difficult for you to see. I don’t mean that offensively, just saying when people when people have a strong emotional desire for something without good justification, it can blind them to the dearth of logic. Other than the procreation bit, your argument is basically pro gay marriage until, well, the punchline.

  18. Straight Female

    PS to Dept of Injustice: If you think a lack of films that cater to both of your particular fetishes simultaneously (lesbians and anal) makes kink bigoted, you should head over to PD and witness the bitchfest when Donna did an all-girl shoot (think it was Vivienne del Rio). Instant threats of canceled memberships, accusations of fraud, guys that have been so spoiled by kink’s content that their day is ruined if they’re not into an update.

    But some people just don’t like watching g/g or b/g content…I certainly found it repellent until recently. As in, totally worthless to me and a major turnoff. So I can understand why they don’t mix it on every site, even though they do on several sites.

    Lastly, pretty sure EB has had all-girl shoots (not sure about the %ages), so…I don’t get it. You don’t want an all-lesbian site, yet you have a problem when there’s straight sex on the one that caters to your tastes. Do they have to show only lesbians on EB to support homosexuals? And what of their employment of queer and trans directors? Do those Kink employees also not care for their communities?

    Or maybe, as a straight girl, I’m completely missing something really offensive. I’ve admittedly done dumber things.

  19. TANTRATAOIST

    Straight Female – Presumably you prefer “Straight Male” companionship as I, a staight male, prefer your king ! The reference to Greece of course, is the legend of Sappho and her girl-friends on Lesvos (the “v” is more correct but has been perverted by using the Greek “beta” as “b” in Latin), hence the term “lesbian” for g-on-g sex, which as I said before I find delightful ! What is everybody so upset about ?

    I find m-on-m sex incomprehensible and neither indulge nor follow it, but just let the homos get on with it. Just don’t call it marriage.

  20. KathTea

    I really see no reason why homosexual couples shouldn’t get married. In Asia, still so many things cannot be accepted. But Feng Shui Master, Lillian Too, has featured two colleagues wonderful auspicious gay marriage. How is homosexual couples’ marriage going to affect straight marriage? There’s no contest or anything, is there?

    Besides, those of you angry over the lack of girl-on-girl sites are kind of out of place here… Write a proposal to the website, don’t troll.

    Those of you who are religious nuts, I don’t understand how you can go against homosexual marriages yet watch many unmarried sex scenes here. Hypocritical much?

    Those of you who find m/m gross but enjoy b/g or g/g, there is a reason why you are not forced to watch KinkMen.com.

    I love Kink.com anyway. One improvement: get a Female Dom for Divine Bitches that can do shiribari and do to men what Matt does to girls ^^

  21. TANTRATAOIST

    KathTea – I am not against homosexual marriages as such – I just think they are against society’s norms and, accordingly, pointless. As a matter of fact, the way things have turned out with me, marriage isn’t so great either ! As I said before, just make it an agreement (contract, if you like) covering legal and property obligations and don’t rub up the wrong way people who still believe in “religiously authorised” unions. Some people on here have talked about the ancient times, me included, but even in those days priests officiated at these ceremonies, so they were religious in some way or another ! And what happens with such “marriages” ? Elton John had a highly publicised one and now he has separated. Didn’t say “divorced” though !

    Do you mean to say that ONLY MARRIED COUPLES should perform BonG or only relatives perform GonG ?!!!

    Sorry if you think I’m “forced” to watch Kink ! I’m not ! I’m an enthusiastic follower. I,too, love it BUT I don’t like MonM. That’s my taste and I’m sticking to it !!!

  22. TANTRATAOIST

    KathTea – By the way, I’m NOT a religious nut ! I am a confirmed Methodist but due to experiences in life I feel “let-down” by our all powerful God and follow the many deities of another belief. This way, I do not suffer the pangs of hypocritical conscience and feel closer to my natural instincts !

  23. Eric

    In Iowa, gay marriages are legal. Personally I have no problems with this issue. After the November General Election, this could possibly change once the Republicans take control of the state.

    The easiest thing to do is call marriage a civil union in terms of the legal rights and dealing with state law. Any marriages currently filed would be grandfathered into the concept of civil unions.

    Let religion define marriage within their box. The biggest problem is religion being tied with legal term of marriage.

  24. huggybear

    You know.. I think that if it weren’t for religion, politics, and the stray kook who rants on about how bad Kink is on lesbian porn …this would be an interesting conversation. Hahaha!

    Seriously, just like the nut job muslims that want to put a giant mosque in NYC at Ground Zero – the uber radical gay rights folks have no sensitivity when it comes to how offensive their arguments are.

    I never said anything about marriage being a “sacred” religious ceremony, nor did I attack anyone’s beliefs. I simply stated that I believe what I want to and I don’t feel that it is okay to ram my beliefs down anyone’s throat.

    And I just want to enjoy my kinks without being judged. If my wife (of 14 years) likes getting her ass paddled while she goes down on her girlfriend, then that shouldn’t be a bad thing. We have fantastic sex together, and love each other even more because of it.

  25. Leo

    Most of your models are so perfectly shaved, wich is a big turn on for some of us members. It would be great if you could share a tutorial on how to shave male/female genitals. Thanks!!!

  26. Xenor

    I used to think that civil unions were enough. Then I read about how there are over 1000 federal laws, ordinances, etc.. which require “marriage” to pass on rights to the partner. Rather than deal with the headache and expense of updating and changing the various laws, I think it is just simpler to allow gays to marry. If folks are really concerned about the religious aspect, then they can tell their friends that they were joined in Holy Matrimony. It makes no difference to me.

    The real question is “What do the gays want from marriage”? If they are in search of equal rights and treatment under the law, then I think there is no other answer then to allow gays to marry. If gays are hoping for “acceptance” from society by being allowed to marry, then I think that they are in for more frustration. Gays are not “normal” and may never be accepted as such. Thanks to my kinks and fetishes, I will never be accepted as “normal” either. Who cares. Get over it. The most you can expect from the citizens of the world is tolerance. Tolerance is not the same as acceptance. I’m sorry, but its true. Homophobia and racism will always exist to some degree, but we must continue to act until the law protects the rights of all.

  27. wanfu

    I love how people refer to the gay community as “sodomites”. Sodomy is defined as any sexual act that doesn’t result in procreation. Learn your history and vocabulary.

    Also, in a historical aspect, marriage was never really about love or commitment. It was a contract between two people, usually for property.

    Furthermore, there was a study that showed that homophobic men were more likely to be aroused when shown gay porn. Repression much?

  28. Homunculus

    I can’t wait for the wave of gay marriages. But what I am really looking forward to is the wave of gay divorces about 6 months later. That should be good for some laughs.

  29. Alberto Pérez

    Gay marriage (and child adoption) is legal in Spain from some years ago.

    Nothing special happens. People who are in love marry. And that’s all.

    ¡Glad to see USA entering XXI century! Now you only need a proper social healthcare system, just like any civiliced 1st world nation.

    No, really: it was about time.

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