4 Porn Sites Featuring Real Attraction

4 Porn Sites Featuring Real Attraction

If you can’t get off to mainstream porn, these sites are for you.

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Do you ever feel weird about watching porn because you know the characters are just actors getting paid to have sex? Even if their performance is stellar, it’s obvious the f*cking didn’t happen organically. If this kind of unrealistic, mainstream porn doesn’t get you off, don’t lose hope — there’s something out there for everyone to masturbate to. Instead of watching featured money-shot videos on the “recently watched” homepage, check out these three porn sites that feature genuine attraction between the actors.

This can make you think that porn just isn’t for you. Thankfully, it might be that you’re looking in the wrong places. When the actors genuinely know one another and want to be sensual together the audience has a totally different experience. Instead of heading straight for the money shot or clicking your way through titles that make you uncomfortable, visit these four porn sites where attraction is the driving force behind the on-screen romance:

1. Lucie Makes Porn

French pornography writer, actress and director Lucie Blush curates this site of sexpositive, ethical porn. The actors have bodies that audiences can actually relate to, and the storylines range from a regular day cleaning the house to a kidnapping. The site aims to “reflect the reality of sexuality,” and honestly, it’s a pretty dreamy world. The actors and production crew are respectful to one another, and you’ll never find basic videos titled “sexy teen,” “hot pussy” or “milf” on this site. The actors make you feel like they actually want to have sex, which makes it easy to be pulled into the storyline.

2. CrashPadSeries

If you’re looking for a much more genderfluid, queer-friendly porn site, try CrashPadSeries. It’s based on the “queer sex cult classic” called “The Crash Pad.” Each film exists in a world where a queer person gets the key to the Crash Pad, a San Francisco apartment where they can enjoy their sexiest fantasies, but only seven times each. Once they reach the limit, the key must be passed to another horny person. The producers prefer working with local couples, play partners and crushes, so you don’t have to be a professional to be featured on the site.

3. A Four Chambered Heart

If you enjoy art films you’ll love diving into this Patreon-supported porn site created by performer Vex Ashley. By straying away from traditional adult industry practices, Ashley aims to use a provide a new perspective on porn.The site features DIY porn with intense lighting and angles that blur the lines between art and digital documentation. Ashley prefers to call performers “collaborators,” because to her, everyone is learning together as they influence and support one another, she explained in an interview. The films are based on the sexual ideas the collaborators want to put on screen. It’s clear that the strangers aren’t faking anything when they’re filmed — they exhibit and act upon genuine desires. To get a glimpse of Ashley’s artsy style, cough up a few bucks a month on Patreon for access to each monthly film release.

4. Bellesa

If you’re tired of clearing your browser history of crude adult content, check out this empowering site that’s “not just porn.” Alarmed by the overwhelming amount of porn that caters to just half the market’s population, Michelle Schnaidman developed an elegant, erotic — and did I mention free?—website built for women. While many of the featured videos are plucked from traditional sites like Pornhub, Bellesa’s curated collection is free of female objectification and ensures O-worthy content. For an alternate climactic experience, check out Bellesa’s erotic literature section.

UPDATE: After facing industry criticism for piracy and disempowering female sex workers and producers, Bellesa removed its video content on 9/21/17. Founder and CEO Michelle Shnaidman made a statement on Twitter apologizing and committing to “transition the entirety of the video section of Bellesa to feature exclusively videos that are in direct partnership with studios, and that compensate all fairly for their contribution.”


Hatie is an outdoor writer based out of Chicago and the founder of Whoa Mag. She does her best not to let chronic illness interfere with her life but does prefer high waisted pants as they can easily hide a heat pack in a pinch. She loves hiking, walking her dog and making the most out of nice weather.

Founder of Whoa Mag (www.whoamag.co), an online publication about Women of Heart and Outdoor Adventure.