Sex And The City VR Porn Parody Is Bananas!

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Sex And The City VR Porn Parody Is Bananas!
June 20, 2018
Samantha would be a fan. Photo: Sex And The City

 

Happy 20th birthday, Sex and the City!

 

This is what the world got you: A four-episode porn spoof featuring four girlfriends trying to find a man in the big smoke. There’s Carrie Still-A-Cherry, Samantha Nymphomanta, Miranda Analda and Charlotte Shagalotte. The series is called Sex In The City (clever) and it’s available from porn studio Reality Lovers now.

 

Oh, and it’s entirely, 100% Virtual Reality.

 

What that means is that by popping on a VR headset you as the viewer are immersed into the scenes you are watching. These include Carrie and Mr Bigg’s “great sex” life, despite their “stormy relationship”. You get to see “Miranda dominate Brady Shady between the sheets” and Charlotte get a sex education lesson from Carrie – not really canon, is it, Charlotte always had a better grasp of sex than anyone gave her credit for, in our opinion – and, of course, “grab a front row seat to Samantha’s outrageous sexual adventures as she tries to pleasure the entire city,” porn studio Reality Lovers says.

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The series is available in two formats. The first allows you to be a fly-on-the-wall in each scene, getting up close and personal with the characters as they act out these sexual fantasies.

 

The second format, and the one that is causing waves in the porn industries, allows for a point-of-view option. You assume the role of one of the characters, and get the chance to experience first hand what it might be like to have sex with, say, Mr Bigg for an evening.

 

Of all the potential industries eyeing up the potential of VR technology, none have embraced the innovation so enthusiastically as porn. Whole studios like Reality Lovers and actresses including Cherry Kiss, Tina Kay, Elena Vega and Nikky Dream – the four women who appear in Sex in the City – retrained in VR techniques. What this usually means is a combination of physical dexterity (leaning back as far as you can, learning how much athleticism is required in order to get the three dimensional shots needed for VR) and upping the emotional ante.

There's nothing virtuous about this reality. Photo: 'Sex In the City'

 

According to Wired, VR porn actresses need to get “so close to the camera lenses, cooing into them as though they were a lover’s ears.” The idea behind this burgeoning porn trend is to foster intimacy and connection in a media form traditionally devoid of both of those things.

 

And make a tonne of money, of course. Whenever new technology debuts it lives or dies by whether or not the adult industry gets on board. DVDs trumped Blu-Ray because porn sided with the former and eschewed the latter.

 

Right now, porn makes up a nice chunk of the VR economy, though it is dwarfed by the money being made in the video games and sporting industries. However, if the amount of VR porn continues to grow – and thus, its market share – the industry could swell to a $1 billion valuation by 2025.

 

That kind of growth will be music to the ears of anyone working in porn. Though the industry itself as a whole was valued at $3 billion in 2015, annual growth year-on-year had stagnated at about 0.3%. With the introduction of VR porn to tackle the hemorrhaging of fans to free porn websites, that growth will grow.

Samantha would love it. Photo: 'Sex And The City'

 

Reality Lovers and Sex and the City is a big part of that growth. This is the first episodic VR porn production, and one of the first to be marketed to both men and women. The idea, Reality Lovers says, is to encourage women to come into the VR fold with characters they are familiar with and storylines they recognise and the episode.

 

As Reality Lovers figured, so many women have Sex and the City fantasies. So many women want to live like Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha. Though, if I’m being honest, mine is more about the bags and the shoes than the sex life.

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