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Erotica usually entails presenting the actors in a more flattering way, glossing over, either through the choice of camera angle or editing, the more harsh realities of skin blemishes, awkward positions, painful mistakes, or various leakages. One can also make the distinction between “art” and “erotica”: the former, often with a more DIY approach, can sometimes be more realistic and warts-and-all, which has the effect of disrupting the streamlined illusion of perfect sex presented by much high-end industry porn; the latter tends to be less focused on penetration and come-shots, and more concerned with the act of lovemaking itself.
Generally, softcore porn is described as having a more artistic, sensual, and erotic nature than hardcore materials. With some exceptions, softcore porn does not depict penetration, ejaculation, kink, or erect penises, and some definitions exclude oral sex as well.
The one thing that’s clear is that people love softcore for its aesthetic, which is generally perceived as more tasteful and sophisticated (many comment sections feature film/photo enthusiasts geeking out over the lighting and framing). Softcore porn also tends to come from individuals and collectives who self-describe as ethical and/or feminist producers who make an effort to give as much control to the performers as possible. Many folks even categorize otherwise hardcore porn as softcore if it is feminist and artistically shot.
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Historically, in class terms, porn is regarded as something more for the unwashed masses, aimed directly at the libido, while erotica is for the “high-born” with more “delicate constitutions,” hiding the sexual act behind a veil of discretion and distance. Porn is often viewed as crass, exploitative, and base, while erotica gains, through “artistic legitimacy,” a patina of acceptability, even respectability.
We should point out to people that the main difference between “art” or “erotica” and “porn” is quite often simply the direct and unapologetic display of penetrative sex. (A sow’s ear is very difficult to make into a silk purse.) Polite society usually dictates a flaccid penis and an aesthetic appreciation of the nude body. Porn, generally viewed in a more private or discrete context, caters more directly to the Id, and often to our darker and more politically incorrect urges, which has the considerable advantage of making it much more fun.
The difference between “erotic” and “pornographic” is very simple: context. The word “pornographic: is massively misused, much more often than the word “erotic.” Both words are used judgmentally. The word “erotic” is often used to indicate “positive sexual”—”classy,” “acceptable,” etc. The word “pornographic” is used to indicate “negative sexual” in every possible context—well beyond what should be its only use, as the adjective for constructed and performed entertainment that is designed to arouse and to be masturbated to. (It always amuses me when people talk about “watching” porn, because nobody’s “watching” porn—they’re wanking.)
The difference between pornographic and erotic is about the same as “promiscuous” versus “normal”: we tend to be more likely to label things that make us uncomfortable as “pornographic,” and things we’re turned on by as “erotic.” While, yes, we can broadly say that things that are more hardcore are more likely to be “porn” and things that have more artistry are more likely to be “erotica,” I find that the labels are very often subjective and say far more about the person applying them than the work itself.
The line between “erotic” and “pornographic” is largely one of marketing and judgment. In a nutshell: erotica is socially acceptable, pornography ia less so. That’s changing rapidly, and pornography, specifically porn movies and videos, are becoming more openly discussed, especially among younger generations. Both, after all, are designed to arouse, but they may take different routes to that same destination. Both are also subjective terms; what’s erotic or pornographic to one person may be utterly mundane and unappealing to another person. I’d say rather than trying to parse the differences, people should find what turns them on, however it’s officially categorized, rather than worrying about this largely false distinction.
For those who enjoy pornography, the two terms are synonymous, though “erotic” may encompass some images that aren’t porn, for example, paintings of female nudes in museums. For those who dislike pornography but appreciate softer erotica, porn means graphic fucking and sucking by people who have no real relationship beyond that, while erotic suggests the dreamy love scenes in R-rated movies. And, for those who are sex-negative and object to all media depictions of sex, erotica is questionable and porn is reprehensible.
Erotic videos/photos are not art which blows its load as early as photo or video at page/minute three, then rinses and repeats ad infinitum. One should be interested in the main character’s sexuality at start, but there shouldn’t be sex with major stakes so early.
And believe it or not, despite there being a thousand mass-produced garbage eroticas a penny on Amazon, erotica doesn’t have to be dull. Approach it like an actual freaking story that just happens to place its stakes in sexuality.
How erotic “thrillers” impact contemporary ideas about feminism and femininity, unlike the bulk of soft-core pornography, direct-to-video erotic films are made specifically to appeal to women. Someone may argue that this makes them a valuable resource for investigating female sexuality, subjectivity, and gender construction. We can use them as a study and examine the construction of female desire. The “heroines” of these productions have overtly sexual adventures, often dabbling in a variety of sex work positions – including call girl, stripper, and exotic dancer–to get in touch with their sexual desires.
The films highlight a fundamental tension between endorsing an empowered, sexually experienced female “heroine” and reinforcing more conventional, constructed standards that limit the acceptable forms of feminine sexuality. So while the sexual explicitness of the films acknowledges the increasing appeal of pornography to female heterosexual viewers, erotica remain couched in romanticized narratives and settings that speak to very traditional understandings of femininity and desire. By analyzing the way the specifics of this hybrid genre have been shaped by pop cultural products targeting women, including soap operas, women’s magazines, and talk shows, Erotic porn unpacks the construction of female desire to reveal how sex is marketed to heterosexual women.
A good erotica should not have crazy sex on beggining of video, or at least the sex that the viewer is emotionally invested in. After all, that would (figuratively and literally) be blowing your load way too freaking early.
With erotica, treat it as a set of teases and growing anticipation; establish a relationship between the sexees that’s compelling, and make the viewer curious about how it’s all going to be consummated. It’s an erotica, of course the sex is going to happen, and there’ll be several tense situations and near misses along the way. But how they/He or She do this, whether or not the inevitable sex is a good thing or a bad thing for the plot, all of that… well, that’s what makes each erotica unique.
Good erotic fiction has sex as a story element, but sex is not the whole story. The same way that an action movie has gun fights and kung fu as story elements, but the tension isn’t about who can shoot better. In fact, many of them start with a strong action scene, and it doesn’t reduce the tension. So producers and actors use sex the same way that action movies use action – to move the story, to resolve conflict, to force serious decisions on characters – but add a story to add meaning to the action/sex, which is what creates tension.
The trick is that they make a difference between the sexual climax and the plot climax. Both have (essentially the same) story where sex is a part of the story, but not the main story point or tension. Both stories can’t be told without sex and there is quite a bit of sexual tension, but there could also be the tension of conspiracies, betrayl, and all the rest of artistic story. The beauty is in how they are mixed and interact.
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Duration: 30 min.
Starring: Alba De Silva
Angle of view: 180
FPS - frames per second: 60 fps

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