February 13th, 2007

Real quick, I just wanted to mention this feature you may have seen at Kotaku on “The World of Whorecraft” (NSFW). I for one don’t know what I thought they were up to over there, but their Warcraft-themed hardcore porn certain exceeds my expectations.  I guess the real question I’d like to throw out there is though, is this appealing?  Why or why not? Do we get off on our geekdom?

Also, an early happy heart day to all!  Scott and I are off to a talk presented by Toys in Babeland, which can only prove sexy.  Here’s hoping you too have someone special, or at least a special little someone, to share some love with this holiday. 

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12 Responses to “Getting off on Geekdom”

  1. Bonnie Says:

    Another thing to consider, along this same vein, is erotic fan art, or even slash. That’s definitely a case where fandom becomes sexualized, but it also has to do with attraction to specific characters. So would porn, featuring an just-come-gal elf have the same effect?

  2. Bonnie Says:

    And in other news, that delicious Toys in Babeland presentation got pushed back until next week bcause of the snow. Alas.

  3. Bonnie Says:

    But it’s okay because Scott, being the design sweetie that he is, made me an enormous Valentine’s Day board game.

    Alright, now I’ll stop being a loser and commenting on my own post.

  4. Scott Jon Siegel Says:

    You’re the cutest loser in the whole world.

  5. Coldstone Says:

    I don’t get all the people down on this, I think its arousing as hell, and so does my partner. Maybe because we are hardcore Zelda fans, I mean, c’mon, you know Link was getting a good reward for rescueing the princess.

    The only thing is that the guy making it ignores the other fantasy porn thats been out for years, I like his stuff, but he’s tied it into a specific game instead of generic ‘fantasy’.

    Lastly, is that “little special someone” really that good? Its kinda pricey to take a chance on.

  6. Bonnie Says:

    Is that "little special someone" really that good?
    I honestly don’t know, but I’ve been coveting it for a while now. It’s just so darn pretty.

  7. El Chigüire Literario Says:

    Cosas veredes: Porno basado en Warcraft

    Definitivamente en Internet hay para todos los gustos. The World of Whorecraft (El enlace no es seguro para el trabajo), cuyo slogan es Swords, Sorcery and Sex (Espadas, Brujería y Sexo), ofrece a sus suscriptores un mundo de fantasía, con un toque d…

  8. Kelly Rued Says:

    Uh, yeah elf sex is hot.

    This would make a great tie in for a new high fantasy MMORPG for “adventurous adults” but I’m not supposed to talk about…

    Shall we just say that when a game designer enjoys role play, cybersex, and Orlando Bloom as Legolas, good things come of it?

    Damn I make a horrible secret keeper. :p

  9. Bonnie Says:

    Ah, Legalos. Somehow that’s where this conversation always ends up :). I have a friend who sleeps on a Legalos pillow– second only to the Kasumi pillow with raised, cotton-stuffed breasts. Although I guess you couldn’t get the full pointy ear effect with a pillow :P.

    So then the question is, what makes elf sex hot?  Because they’re slim and pale and pretty?  Something else?

  10. John H. Says:

    I think that’s part of it with elf-sex. But it’s also the allure of the alien. It’s like the Orion slave women from Star Trek: they’re really just girls with green skin, but yet they powered many a young nerd’s wet dreams.

    I’m not saying that the alien is ALWAYS sexualized, of course. I’d hate to think of the people who get off on, say, Cthulhu.

  11. Scott Jon Siegel Says:

    Well, “___ slave women” will always have an appeal to under-sexed nerds with dreams of dominance.

    I think elves have an appeal because there’s something sexually intriguing about near-androgyny. Are they girls? Are they guys? Better go check. ;)

  12. Jade Reporting » February 17, 2007 Says:

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