Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Social Matter - Weimerica Weekly - Ageplay

This week's Weimerica Weekly is up at Social Matter. This week I discuss the odd little kink community known as ageplay. This is one that has changed from a group to point and laugh at to just another fringe group that will be portrayed as okay. This development should not be surprising though.


Before diving into that, I spend 9 or so minutes discussing two odd items. There are two things that were sent my way from people in the world of porn about changing trends. It's an interesting reflection of the broken dating market and sad utopian fantasies for the two groups that are mentioned. Sad indicators of what is going on in Weimerica for single men.

6 comments:

Jesper Torlkesen said...

Society will always have its losers.

Single men are basically failed human beings.

No big deal

Random Dude on the Internet said...

I always assumed blacked.com was made for white viewers. There is a very enthusiastic subset of porn watchers who are white but are fascinated with the "BBC." Blacked.com seems catered to them. I never really understood these people and why they are obsessed with making sure their favorite porn starlet of the week/month is down to have sex with black guys on camera.

I figure that the money dried up for black men/black women porn because smartphones in the black community are ubiquitous so there is no need to buy porn when you can just watch it for free.

Corn said...

Great installment this week.

Son of Brock Landers said...

Thanks Corn. I worry with episodes that are shorter.

Random Dude - Black viewers. It took decades but they finally figured out whores break their standards if you flash more cash. Seeking Arrangement is just the young to old standards breakdown.

Bumbling American said...

I can testify to white fascination with "BBC," status-conscious SWPLs think it sounds classier and more intellectual than the American news

Bumbling American said...

I can testify to white fascination with BBC, status-conscious SWPLs think it's classier than the American news