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The Best of Tumblr Porn

Sex educators, writers and porn stars share their favorite adult Tumblrs

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This one comes courtesy of  Lux Alptraum, CEO of Fleshbot. “Oh, there are a bunch of really good [porn Tumblrs] — though it bums me out that most of them don’t credit the original source of their photos,” she says. “I think for originality and creativity, I’m gonna have to go with the (sadly defunct) Stuff in My Vagina.”

Stoya

Susannah Breslin has written about the adult industry for over a decade. She’s seen it all in person — from gangbangs to bukkake — and yet there is at least one adult Tumblr that manages to impress her. It’s a blog filled with meditations on topics such as “the metaphysics of cocksucking,” as well as a sexy photo here and there. Breslin has a couple of choice words to recommend porn star Stoya’s Tumblr: “Smart and sexy as fuck.”

Fuck, I’m Horny

This one is run by a couple who re-blog images and post their own originals. “There may be two naked guys kissing on the beach or artwork or a selfie or a GIF,” says  Rachel Kramer Bussel, a writer and editor of approximately a million sex writing and erotica anthologies. “I’m definitely more of a minimalist when it comes to porn, rather than needing the super closeups. I like the variety there rather than just one type of sex act or sexuality.”

The Lingerie Addict

From retro bikinis to the Victoria’s Secret runway, this blog doesn’t feature smut, per se, but Bussel says, “What I find there is often sexier than a lot of porn Tumblrs.”

Indifferent Cats in Amateur Porn

Tell me this isn’t genius: a blog entirely devoted to photos and videos from amateur porn in which a pet cat steals the show from the fornicating stars. Taking a sexy selfie? Masturbating on webcam? Performing fellatio?  Cats just don’t care. The site is filled with captions along the lines of, “Kitty is indifferent to your nice blue strap-on.” It might not be the best masturbation material — although, to each their own — but this blog takes a refreshingly absurdist look at sex and porn. That’s why it’s my personal recommendation.

 

Tracy Clark-Flory is a staff writer at Salon. Follow@tracyclarkflory on Twitter.

 
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