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The Australian porn scene is struggling.
Post-Pornhub, there's simply less demand -- for paid content, for new content. But if history has proven anything, it's that pornography finds a way.
We spoke to some of Australia's premier porn performers and producers. They're struggling, they're doing it tough, but they're using technology (and their innate sense of hustle) in a last gasp fight for survival.
Come March of 2016, Playboy magazine is ditching nude photos in favour of the merely scantily clad. (Go ahead and make the joke about reading it for the articles. I'll wait.) The magazine has struggled to make a profit in a world brimming with free internet pornography. Which is interesting, given Playboy's long history of experimenting with new media forms.
If you're working for the National Security Agency, watching hours of hardcore porno can be just another day at work. So much so, there's even a special porn room in which to protect national security. Where agents look past boobs for clues in the glut of smut.
The UK Prime Minister has declared war on internet pornography via a recommendation that ISP customers be required to tick a box if they want to access adult content. It is thought the proposed policy will help to improve moral decay and protect children from accidentally stumbling on obscene images. But where does this leave the casual porn fan (i.e. -- nearly all of you)?
With the announcement that the Xbox One requires Kinect, there's been plenty of outcry that its ever-present robot eyes are creepy. Especially if you want your Xbox in the bedroom. Artist Alejandro Gomez-Arias probably wouldn't mind though. Hell, he'd probably be into it; he's already starred in his own Kinect porn.