There are literally thousands and thousands of pornographic Web sites out there, most of which are updated with fresh material once a week or so. On Usenet, there are hundreds of news groups with porn image binaries, many of which get new posts every 30 seconds or so. I'm not offended by most pron, but I'm shocked by the amount content that's out there; if only a small amount is making it onto even Usenet, there has to be hundreds of simultaneous porn photo shoots taking place throughout the country at any given time.
Meanwhile, in the real world, there's Paris Hilton and other celebrities filming their private sexual exploits. Go onto Kazaa, and you'll find evidence that thousands of others are doing the same, especially college students in dorms filming their awkward sexual encounters. One popular film online shows a well-endowed Northern Arizona State student humping a very young-looking co-ed, interrupted by a roommate who walks in and crashes on the adjacent bed. There are Web sites featuring thousands of emo girls posing in their underwear, looking to hook up with other misunderstood, emotionally and physically frail emo dudes.
(Probably safe for work, but thumbnailed here so it's far less visible. No nudity shown.)
When I was in college -- mid-to-late 1980s -- you were lucky if you saw a female student's headlights in an air conditioned building. Now, it seems as if every other member of Generation Y is stripping -- and sometimes doing more -- for the camera. Is this really the case, and if so, why?