You have no idea how happy this makes us!
After years of getting the shaft from mainstream, someone in the adult industry gets a +1.
Yesterday, Amazon announced Fire TV, a set-top box for streaming video from Amazon and other sources, including Netflix and Hulu. Fire TV is Amazon’s answer to Apple TV and Roku and is pretty big news.
Yada yada yada.
That’s nice and dandy, but where does the adult industry fit in here? you ask.
Well, dear reader, it appears either Amazon didn’t do its homework or doesn’t really care, because Fire TV already exists in the form of FyreTv.com, a trademarked streaming video service that specializes in - you guessed it - PORN.
It’s the reverse Rule 34. What would that be called? Rule 43? It’s Rule 43.
Rule 43: If there’s porn for it, someone in Amazon’s marketing department will lose their job.
VinePorn, an adult app that specifically filters only porn in Vine, made it’s way into theMiKandi Adult App Store. The app collects the adult content on Vine that is usually filtered and unreachable. As of this morning, I was still able to view nude and sexually explicit content direct from performers through the app.
Read more on blog.mikandi.com
Finally a safe place for straight Arizonans to browse gay porn.
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