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Whether you’re just getting into kink, or have been for some time now, the internet provides an abundance of fantasy-satisfying sexual content to satisfy all your fantasies. But with so many choices out there it can be daunting knowing where to begin your search for entertainment.
If you’re new to watching Philippines porn, here are a few guidelines on how to watch safely and responsibly:
1. Never Download Videos.
One of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to watching porn is downloading files, which could potentially contain malware and viruses on their computers or phones. To stay safe when watching porn content online, always visit reputable websites with SSL certificates; when accessing public WiFi connections it may also be wise to utilize VPN protection before clicking anything.
2. Search Out Ethical Production Companies. Both Maas and Marin recommend seeking out ethical production companies that treat their performers fairly and portray pleasure realistically. Each click cast is considered an individual vote; Maas suggests Erika Lust’s XConfessions or Make Love Not Porn sites as good options, or Bright Desire has an ad-free library which promises to engage both your mind and libido simultaneously.
3. Select A SITE THAT MATCHES YOUR PREFERENCES. If wordplay and textual seduction is more your cup of tea, Literotica provides millions of unsavoury thoughts from its members curated into bestseller erotica authors. Alternatively, for visual experience seekers there are websites dedicated to images instead of video.
4. Chose A LAPTOP Over A MOBILE DEVICE. If you’re watching porn together as a couple, a laptop may be easier. Marin explains, “the physical aspect of pulling out a large screen can help give more confidence when choosing scenes and setting up the scene.” Additionally, larger devices make movement much simpler.
5. Keep Consent at the fore.
Watching Pinay Sex Scandal together can bring an added level of pleasure, but it’s essential that consent remains top of mind throughout. Maas and Marin suggest setting clear boundaries before getting started so there are no surprises or miscommunications about what’s okay and what isn’t – using phrases such as ‘Hey, that looks really hot’ or “That seems too rough for me,” is an easy way to communicate during this process.
At the core of it all lies finding what excites and doing it safely and responsibly. So if you’re ready to begin exploring content online for yourself or with someone else, remember to stay safe, find what meets your fetishes, and have fun! Share any clips or clips with each other; sharing could even spark something completely new between partners! — By Sarah Morris of Yahoo! Contributor Network.