Why ASMR Totally Has A Place In Porn

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Rule 34 of the Internet: If it exists, there will be porn of it.

ASMR Lust might be a porn website but we acknowledge that ASMR doesn’t have to be sexual at all in fact, many people experience it for the first time when they are very young. They don’t understand it to begin with but they know it feels nice. As they get older and start to understand it all a bit more, they’ll start experimenting with what triggers their ASMR and when to use it to its best effect. This could be for relaxation, concentration or as a sleep aid. Naturally some people will want to use their ASMR when they masturbate and search for ASMR porn. That’s cool with us, well, you’d think so as we run this website!

The great thing about ASMR is just how many weird and wonderful things can trigger it and a performer, artist or studio may not have had any intention to stimulate your tingles or even know that they are doing it. However, finding these ASMR porn gems can be difficult when all you want to do is get your tingles on and your rocks off which is why ASMR Lust exists – to bring you the best ASMR porn on one website where you can find videos by the most common triggers. There really is no need to jump from one inspiring video to the next when you’ve got a job to do!

But what do we say to those who think that ASMR doesn’t have a place in porn?

The short answer is “piss off then!” but we’ll give you the long answer too so there are no misunderstandings about where we stand on the matter and why.

1. “You’ll make me look like a pervert” – There are lots of things that aren’t sexual to some people but a mega turn on to others, feet for example! Unless it is immoral or illegal, most right-thinking people don’t judge and anyone who does is likely to be an idiot.

The ASMR community is small and little-understood by outsiders and we can appreciate not wanting the entire community to be seen as taking sexual pleasure from ASMR videos but virtually every community has a sexual offshoot. If that side of things is not your thing, having an open conversation with people who present such opinions and educating them on the other benefits of ASMR will promote better awareness and understanding overall rather than treating something to be ashamed of. You don’t have to allow others to define your experience.

2. “I didn’t intend for my video to be sexual” – We need to better understand that art is a way of a person opening up their soul and giving what comes out freely and from there, others interpret the art as they see fit. Some will share your vision and some will not and if a person puts themselves out there, it is important to understand that and come to term with the many ways people will see your work.

Unfortunately, the internet can be a dark and horrible place and content creators have at times found themselves victims of abuse. That is not cool, if you don’t like something be constructive or just don’t watch it, how hard is NOT to be a massive twat and post shit in the comments of a video or send abuse and threats to someone who is trying to give you tingles?

3. “The content creator intended it to be sexual therefore it can’t be good ASMR” – We call bullshit. ASMRtists clearly put a huge amount of time and energy into their work and it is faulty logic to say that because something has a sexual element it can’t be ‘good ASMR’. Good generally tends to mean for something to fulfill its purpose and if ASMR porn gives you tingles and helps you do your thing, it’s great ASMR in our opinion.

Convinced now? Check out the best ASMR porn now.

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