From audio to visual, these sites will fill all your needs.
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Nearly 30 percent of all internet traffic is porn. But filtering through the muck for the smut is a little tedious. To help you out, the Daily Dot rounded up some of the best sites for written, audio, and visual erotica on the web. Just be sure to turn on incognito mode before you get started.
The best erotica for women
Sssh is your one-stop sexy shop. The site has video, audio, and erotic fiction. Sssh is a membership-only site that caters exclusively to women. A year-long membership is $99.95 or you can subscribe monthly for $19.95.
2) Adult Mag
Adult Mag is both a magazine and an online site for erotica. The stories have a more literary tone and the categories range from “Belles-Lettres,” essays on adult themes, and their erotic fiction section, which is called Bedtime Stories.
At first glance, Erotica for All, seems to be a site solely focused on marketing erotic novels. However, if you click over to the Free Reads section, there is a variety of erotic fiction to suit all your fantasies.
Wicked is a subscription site with videos and erotica in a full range of categories that are easily searchable. The site seems more geared toward men, but there is plenty of high-quality material for everyone. A yearlong membership works out to $9.16 a month.
5) Crash Pad
Crash Pad is a queer porn video site and has been featured on HBO’s Real Sex series. The site costs $25 a month, or $9.99 a month if you subscribe for a year.
Kinkly is an erotica site with a wealth of free sexy stories, a sex toy directory, and a directory of sex bloggers.
Founded in 1997, Nerve has been a home for quality sex writing for almost 20 years. The archives have a small but very high-quality collection of erotic fiction from Alice Sebold, Mary Karr, Jonathan Lethem, and others.
8) Juicy Peach
For audio erotica fans, Juicy Peach remixes the sounds of sex with music.
This Tumblr is a treasure trove of audio erotica from amateurs.
The erotica on Literotica is user-submitted and can be hit or miss. But there is a lot of it, and it is searchable by category and user rankings for stories, which helps readers sift through to find the best.
Nifty caters to gay, lesbian, and transgender tastes. The site is older and isn’t updated frequently, but it has a huge archive of erotica.
Libida is a site that promotes healthy sexuality in women and offers an archive of steamy stories.
Caffeiri is a collection of short erotica that gets directly to the point, as it were. The collection is free to access but not sorted by category.
14) After Dark
After Dark offers book reviews of erotic fiction, surveys, interviews, and, of course, a selection of erotic stories. The archive isn’t searchable by category or fetish, but it is quite extensive. Have fun exploring.
The Tumblr blog’s URL might include “porn4ladies,” but it offers much more than that. The blog caters to anyone who isn’t into the emotionless aspects of porn, offering an array of pornographic images, GIFs, and art that expose the sensual side of intimacy.
This Reddit thread is for when you are on the go and don’t have any time to waste on foreplay.
Additional reporting by Kristen Hubby
Editor’s note: This site is regularly updated for relevance.
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