Blimey, isn’t porn becoming specific?

Just cleaned out some comment spam of “Nudes in gas masks”.

What?

28 thoughts on “Blimey, isn’t porn becoming specific?”

  1. This is actually a very old fetish, primarily found among older (now, elderly) males whose formative years were in cities during the war. It was big in the 70s, like the corduroy fetish which is also on its last legs, so to speak.

  2. Well, gas masks aren’t really my thing, but I know a few people who are into them. I can tell you that Ian B’s demographic information is way out of date. Most of the gas mask lovers I know are young lesbians.

  3. Most of the gas mask lovers I know are young lesbians.

    Told ya. Matthew is a cad, a bounder, and a corrupter of the nation’s youth.

    He’s basically a 1970’s Christmas TOTP episode personified.

    BTW, NBC gear is nasty, sweaty, horrible smelling stuff. Why can’t they have nice fetishes, such as dressing up like Margo from The Good Life?

  4. Steve,

    Margo from The Good Life? There’s certainly 1950s glamour stuff. By the 1970s, of course, you’ve got porn with the flared jeans/porn tache/bow-chicka-wow-wow soundtracks. But 1970s British Middle-class women wearing Biba polyester trouser suits may be a bit niche.

  5. Now, if it had been a search string, I’d have a couple of suspects lined up already (although what either of them would be doing on an economics blog, I have no idea.)

    But comment spam? Nothing except to remark on the ever intriguing perversity of people (especially squaddies.)

  6. Ian, what *do* you read to discover there was a gas mask fetish in the 70s?

    Just wait until the specificity attains ‘gas masks in nudes’?

  7. Perhaps it would be a public service to forward such spam to the comments section on Tax Research UK?

    You never know, it might just trigger a latent unfulfilled yearning and force a mid-life crisis which includes an epiphany on the matter of tax and economics

  8. I remember back in 2003-4 when I was stuck in Kuwait and the Internet was heavily censored I discovered the authorities were too dim to have blocked the pr0n stories sites. I found entire volumes of sci-fi and fantasy canon (Star Trek, Babylon 5, LOTR, that sort of stuff) rewritten verbatim only with pr0n added. It was the adherence to the original scripts that amused me the most.

  9. erotic fan fiction, stumbled across some of that once, truly bizarre, there are some very strange sick people in the world. Not sure where last nights episode of Big Bang theory where they ran a storyline of going to see the new Star Wars movie agaisnt a story of having sex for the first time with basically the same dialogue in each at points fits into the spectrum.
    Mind you reading ‘she be brand new’ by ee Cummings will certainly make you look at driving a new car in a different light.

  10. @ Bloke

    One man’s Sickness is anothers’ Fetish..
    But there’s a reason fanfic is usually kept private, if ..materialised.. in any form of reproduceable format at all. We all have Fantasies, and Page Three is/was popular for a reason..
    The people that do go public with Fanfic tend to have other ..Problems.. in their lives. Or horrible notions of the Internet and Privacy. Usually both.

  11. Well, yes, I mean it was pretty obvious that Barbara was absolutely filthy. And Margot and Jerry looked like just the sort to throw a key party.

  12. Yes but she would throw a well organised and stylish key party, which was unfortunatly disrupted by the scruffy neighbours. Somewhere locked in a draw there is most probably a dusty script with that plot line…..or maybe someone has already made a porn parody of the show

  13. So Much For Subtlety

    In other porn related news, sales of the Star Wars porn parody has gone up by 500 percent.

    Which I think is interesting for two reasons:

    1. It is proof that advertising works. You see the new Star Wars films, naturally you think about the porn version, and
    2. It is proof that advertising doesn’t work very well. Only 500%? That isn’t much considering the media blitz that has been going on for the new film.

    Personally I am refusing to watch any porn version of Star Wars until the producers over come their specieist prejudices and give Wookies equal billing – and equal exposure, so to speak. If Chewie ain’t getting it on, it ain’t going on.

  14. @So Much For Subtlety that’s so funny; I actually have a copy of the film, but not watched it yet; still got 5000 hours of Akari Hoshino movies to get through.

    Those Japs; they really know how to do fetish porn, gas masks are nothing.

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