The possibility of an attack on BME being raised today because of bme/HARD made me stop and think about why I run bme/HARD, and why I started it in the first place. Obviously bme/HARD generates revenue for the site, but it serves a much more important philosophical role.

Almost every adult-entertainment site on the Internet has one commonality: photos of people being bribed into pretending to enjoy sex (yeah, it's true, pornstars get paid to do what they do). bme/HARD on the other hand, at least to me, is a celebration of joy. People ask me sometimes, “What sort of pictures do you want for bme/HARD?”

My response is always the same:
“Send in photos of whatever you enjoy doing. bme/HARD isn't (just) about producing jack-off material. It's about documenting healthy and fun sexual games and celebrating the fact that there are people out there who live healthy, happy, and unrestricted erotic lives.”

I thought about that for a while, and I realized — as far out and deviant as some of the sex play on bme/HARD is, it is all positive, and if society lived its lives by the rules of bme/HARD (concept: consensual and universal joy), the world would be a much better — and probably a much more peaceful place. Why shouldn't people be able to share photos of themselves fucking? Sex is fun, right? It's what we're built for. It's literally our primary purpose in life, and it's a lot better than war. (What's the cliche? Make love, not war?)

So celebrate it.

Enjoy it.

Enjoy seeing other people enjoy themselves.

I'll post a couple teaser images from the over-the-top hot gallery, courtesy of our especially beautiful friends Dark Delilah, Basia, and Boris. I know I enjoyed their gallery, I hope you will too. There are of course many MANY more in bme/HARD (here's the direct link to their gallery if you have a membership):

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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