Aurora Snow, an adult industry correspondent for The Daily Beast, reloaded in a recent article a debate about the fact that men actually direct ejaculations may differ from ‘pop shots’ depicted in porn. Her thesis is the following: “As the porn market has expanded from DVDs to online clips, the traditional money shot might be losing relevance.”
The debate was first started by a Twitter post from porn director Mike Quasar, who said:
“Dear porn editors: Please edit out the part where the man jerks off for 45 minutes to ejaculate on a woman’s face.
Thank you in advance.
Sincerely,
Everyone who watches porn.”
Last year, the same Mike Quasar said that “I’ve been shooting hardcore porn for 25 years. At this point I just want to watch people kiss a little bit and exchange recipes for ceviche”. And this is probably another way of supporting the authenticity of the sexual behavior, whatever that is, in the real life as in the movies.
It seems that the usual porn standards deviate dramatically from real-world sexual practices. While “Pop Shot” it’s in the middle of this new debate, the survey shows real ejaculation facts.
A statistical survey conducted last year by the site Bad Girls Bible showed that out the 740 respondents to the survey (which included both men and women) only 16 percent listed “the face” as the location on the female body where they had most recently aimed their ejaculate.
Asked which part of the female body where men “sometimes” or “often” finish off their sexual act, an overwhelming 92 percent said “in her vagina”—even though about 33 percent admitted using no form of birth control, and more than half, 54 percent, saying that they used a form of contraception that was not a condom.
But 74 percent also listed “on her body” on the location they would “sometimes” or “often” ejaculate. About 40 percent said they had never participated in a facial, either on the receiving or administering end. Only about 25 percent said they take part in facials “sometimes” or “often.”