Does Free Porn Have To Advertise?

All business can benefit from advertising but in a very practical sense the very existence of free porn is free porn’s best advertisement. The way we download content these days off the web, and the way in which everyone knows how to download it, had made the acquisition of free porn more a lifestyle then a facility we avail ourselves of. In fact there are generations now that will never know a world in which free porn was not available and think nothing of simply downloading a dirty movie or what piracy even means.

Free porn really doesn’t need to advertise.

The only real advertising there has been about free porn has ironically been born mainly by the people who are critics of free porn. The men and women who make and star-in porn movies have been vocal opponents to people grabbing their wares for free. But the louder the yawp over the piracy issue the more advertising they do for free porn. And seeing that most people who download free porn now will not stop downloading in the future all the opposition of the porn industry trying to pirated content really just makes more pirated content as well as people creating better ways to pirate.

There’s very few businesses like porn. As it thrives on the net it also dies because of it. As people avail themselves of free content at their heart’s desire, that desire is signaling what most likely will be the end of porn-or at least professional produced porn-in the future. Very much like Napster drove a stake into the record industry and technology now allows for anyone, talented or not, to hoist their recordings onto a public slowly growing complacent in their tastes or care for quality, all this free porn is producing amateur adult video and robbing the cultural landscape of professional porn…and the need to advertise for it.

In a way free porn might be its own worst enemy.

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