FrolicMe’s Glossy Videos Are Actual ‘Porn For Women’

Google “porn for women” right now (if you’re not on a work-sanctioned laptop), and you’ll likely be bombarded with pages from tube sites like Pornhub and xHamster.

Anna Richards, founder of the erotic site FrolicMe, is frustrated by search engines — because these results aren’t really what many women are looking for.

“We’re creating a situation where people think they’re actually being presented with a lot of content that isn’t necessarily what they’re looking for, but start to believe that’s what porn is,” said Richards in an interview.
Richards launched FrolicMe in 2015, but the inspiration came a couple years earlier. She was inspired by independent queer porn as well as erotic photography on Tumblr. (This was long before Tumblr banned adult content). The first words she thought of when seeing those images were hot, erotic — not vulgar or extreme.
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