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Softcore pornography or softcore porn is commercial still photography or film that has a pornographic or erotic component but is less sexually graphic and intrusive than hardcore pornography, defined by a lack of visual sexual penetration. Softcore pornography includes stripteases, lingerie modeling, simulated sex and emphasis on the sensual appreciation of the human form. It typically contains nude or semi-nude actors involved in love scenes and is intended to be sexually arousing and aesthetically beautiful. The distinction between softcore pornography and erotic photography is largely a matter of taste.

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Softcore pornography may include sexual activity between two people or masturbation. It does not contain explicit depictions of sexual penetration, cunnilingus, fellatio, or ejaculation. Depictions of erections of the penis may not be allowed, although attitudes towards this are ever-changing.[1] Commercial pornography can be differentiated from erotica, which has high-art aspirations.[2]

Pornographic filmmakers sometimes make both hardcore and softcore types of a film, with the softcore version using less explicit angles of sex scenes[3] or using the other techniques to "tone down" any objectionable feature. The softcore version may, for example, be edited for the in-house hotel pay-per-view market.

Softcore films are commonly less regulated and restricted than hardcore pornography, and cater to a different market. In most countries, softcore films are eligible for movie ratings, usually on a restricted rating, though many such films are also released unrated. As with hardcore films, availability of softcore films varies depending on local laws. Also, the exhibition of such films may be restricted to those above a certain age, typically 18. At least one country, Germany, has different age limits for hardcore and softcore pornography, softcore material usually receiving a FSK-16 rating (no one under 16 allowed to buy) and hardcore material receiving a FSK-18 (no one under 18 allowed to buy). In some countries, broadcasting of softcore films is widespread on cable television networks,[5] with some such as Cinemax producing their own in-house softcore films and television series.

In some countries, images of women's genitals are digitally manipulated so that they are not too "detailed".[6] An Australian pornographic actress says that images of her own genitals sold to pornographic magazines in different countries are digitally manipulated to change the size and shape of the labia according to censorship standards in different countries.[7][8][9]

Originally, softcore pornography was presented mainly in the form of men's magazines, when it was barely acceptable to show a glimpse of a woman's nipple in the 1950s. By the 1970s, mainstream magazines such as Playboy, Penthouse, and especially Hustler, showcased nudity.[4]

After the formation of the MPAA rating system in the United States and prior to the 1980s, numerous softcore films, with a wide range of production costs, were released to mainstream movie theatres, especially drive-ins. Emmanuelle[10] and Alice in Wonderland[11] received positive reviews from noted critics such as Roger Ebert.

From the 2000s, relaxed standards for cable television has allowed for the production of a number of television series with sexually explicit or violent content to air that would have been restricted to the softcore movie market in the past.[citation needed]

A steamy, Spanish-language film about gorgeous students who have a bunch of steamy sex with each other and, in the process, learn some things about love and growing up, too. We love a good coming of age softcore porn!

If you're looking for some softcore sexiness with a little more camp and humor, then give 1983's The First Turn-On! a go. The movie focuses on a group of campers (and their obligatory counselor chaperone) who find themselves stuck in a cave after a landslide and decide to pass the time sharing stories of their first times. As you do.

If you're interested in one of the more modern offerings in the softcore genre, 2018's Touch Me Not is a great option. The movie is part documentary, part fiction and follows a filmmaker (Adina Pintilie) as she engages with a group of character for a personal research project about intimacy.

If you like your softcore jollies with a heavy dose of camp, then 2010's Bikini Jones and the Temple of Eros (represented here with its foreign release DVD cover because the art is so much better than the English cover art) is for you. The plot revolves around Dr. Bikini Jones (played by Christine Nguyen), an archaeologist in the tradition of Indiana Jones, of course), who steals a golden idol that happens to be the key to the Temple of Eros. Bikini Jones faces off against her arch nemesis, the appropriately-named Evilla Cruella, for control of a magic Tiara that makes its wearer the supreme ruler of the country Moronica. No. Joke.

Winner of "Most Sensual Softcore" at the Feminist Porn Awards, this film features eight men, each of whom represents a different sexual fantasy. The Feminist Porn Awards describe Man of My Dreams as a "Choose Your Own Sexual Adventure," featuring appearances from porn tropes, like the sexy fireman, the sexy handyman, and the sexy masseur. Take your pick.

When you're able to step back and think about this objectively, the concept of "regular porn" is silly. Porn is porn is porn. It all has the ability to trigger you to act out sexually, and to keep you firmly in the grasp of your addiction.

Because it is still tying sexuality to a screen rather than a real person. It is still wiring your brain to only be stimulated by actors in professional makeup, under professional lighting, performing acts that are downright acrobatic in nature. It doesn't look the way true intimacy looks. It doesn't look the way your bedroom and your partner look. It doesn't look like actual sex. It looks like porn, because that's exactly what it is.

Not to mention the fact that even the most romantic, sensual material is still objectifying. Who are these people? What is their backstory? Are they anything more than body parts on a screen to you? No. Not if you are in the grip of the porn addiction.

Now, all this being said, I don't necessarily blame people for wondering if soft-core porn is somehow healthier or less harmful. Certainly, there is an array of material out there that ranges from candlelit romance to terrifyingly degrading violence.

Those who find themselves truly addicted to porn often follow a predictable path. They start out with material that is pretty straightforward, but after a while they move on to more extreme, shocking, degrading, and dehumanizing content. It's just like a drug addict needing more and more of the same drugs to chase the same high. So, while I don't want to reinforce the idea that soft-core porn is somehow better, I do want to validate the fact that a compulsion seek out to more and more extreme content is a sure sign that your addiction has gotten worse.

However, I hope that my readers can catch the message I'm broadcasting here. While certain types of pornographic content are definitely more dangerous than others, there is no amount of porn that is safe to an addict.

Now, if you are struggling with that message a bit, understand that you are not alone. Porn is a multi billion-dollar industry, and make no mistake, it is working very hard to make sure that porn is normalized and made more mainstream. They want you to think that it's okay to watch porn on the subway, at work, or while your kids play in the other room. And they definitely want you to think that you don't have a problem, even as porn consumes your life and ruins your relationships.

James, Good to hear from you. Please fill out the form on the sidebar on this page, you can get the free segments of my book, "Breaking the Cycle." That book contains how I stopped the porn and will probably work for you too. You can also give me a call if you'd like me to do a short/free assessment of your situation with you. We do phone and zoom counseling with folks from all over the world.Best,George Collins, DirectorCompulsion Solutions925-932-0201

Carlson made his comment on the Tuesday installment of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight. In the broadcast, the host called Abrams a "naughty novel writer" and described her books as "steamy," "sexy" and "soft-core porn."

Trying to relive the loss of innocence you experienced as a childhood when you discovered those steamy Cinemax scenes or your dad's nudie mags? Want to stop watching porn, but just can't manage to quit cold turkey? Are you extremely lonely, but with strong morals to adhere to? Softcore entertainment may just be the raunchy and erotic ticket for you.

If you're feeling something a little more highbrow (or just not softcore), check out our lists of the best comedies, horror films, documentaries, romantic flicks, TV shows, and just overall best movies streaming on Netflix right now.

Room in Rome (2010)Director: Julio MedemStars: Elena Anaya, Natasha Yarovenko, Enrico Lo VersoWhat five minutes were like: Room in Rome banks off the antiquated idea that foreign accents = sexy, and so puts two "hilariously" foreign women together in a hotel in Rome. There they pretend to talk about art and other things while wearing soft robes that they soon take off, saying things like, "Your skin. Your skin is incredible. Your skin is like the Russian Steppe." Except you can't understand the lines because of the thick accents.

Abstract: Besides its high-budget theatrical sector, the erotic thriller includes lower-profile, lower-budget, nontheatrical subgenres like the softcore thriller. This article proposes that as the softcore thriller has grown more feminized, pornographic, and consumerist over the past fifteen years, it has also become less like 1940s film noir and much less expensive. 350c69d7ab


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