Where to Find Feminist Porn for Free

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Where to Find Feminist Porn for Free

Where to Find Feminist Porn for Free

Where to Find Feminist Porn for Free

Published
September 10, 2021
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Medically Reviewed by
7 minutes

Sometimes, porn is amazing, and sometimes, it’s just not. This is particularly true if you identify as a feminist as it can be difficult to get off without knowing the answer to questions like: Is she OK? Did they pay her to do this? Is he hurting her? I wonder if she’s faking it? 

“Feminism is structured on gender equality and most porn skews heavily towards the male gaze,'' relationship coach and founder of The Big Fling, Carmel Jones, tells O.school. “People crave genuine pleasure from the actors involved. If it feels like an actor is going through the motions to get it over with, it stifles the integrity of the video or audio.” 

Anti-feminist porn, or porn that’s too male gaze-y or misogynistic in style, can be hard to watch, not just for feminists but for anyone who’s experienced sexual assault, had an abusive partner, struggled with body dysmorphia… the list goes on. The good news? Ethically-sourced feminist porn is not only available, but some sites offer feminist porn for free. 

What is feminist porn? 

Feminist porn prioritizes female, trans, and queer pleasure—whatever that may be. This could mean cunnilingus, pegging, bisexual, or “lesbian” scenes (that feature individuals who are actually bisexual or lesbian), gang bangs, you name it. Just because someone is a feminist doesn’t mean submission is off the table. Feminists can be submissive, too

“Female orgasms do exist in mainstream porn, but they’re harder to find and often involve the is-she-really-faking-it game,” Sarah Melancon, Ph.D., sociologist, certified sexologist, and the sexuality and relationships expert for SexToyCollective.com, tells O.school. “Feminist porn emphasizes women’s pleasure more, so it’s much easier to find real female orgasms.” 

Melancon says feminist porn also has a greater emphasis on consent and ethics when compared to male-centric, mainstream videos. “To be fair, many mainstream companies and performers do care about consent and ethics, too. Many tube sites (i.e., PornHub, XHamster, etc.) have a female orgasm section, but be careful typing ‘feminist’ into the search bar — that content is often NOT feminist, though you may find some gems.” 

3 best free feminist porn sites to check out right now 

When paying for porn isn’t an option (whether it’s an issue of affordability or discretion), free porn is. Finding high-quality, ethically- sourced, free feminist porn, however, can be tricky — but it’s not impossible. You’ve just gotta know where to look. Here are a few options to get you started. 

  1. Bellesa.co: If you’re looking for a porn company run by women. Bellesa produces original films (directed by Jacky St. James) under the name Bellesa Films/Bellesa House and sells sex toy products through the Bellesa Boutique (also known as the BBoutique). Bellesa.co shares ethically-sourced videos and erotic stories curated for women. Bonus: In addition to getting off, you can also get your knowledge on by reading through a variety of sexual health articles via the Collective. 
  1. FrolicMe: If you’re into sensual and romantic videos. According to FrolicMe’s founder, Anna Richards, FrolicMe is a porn site for “women and couples.” Instead of promoting male-centric videos, FrolicMe focuses on “the pleasure and passion of hot-blooded sex” and the “desire for sensual female arousal.” FrolicMe has a wide variety of films, erotic stories, erotic audio, and galleries. 
  1. Quinn: If you’re looking for audio porn options. Not everyone who likes porn likes visual porn. Enter: Audio porn. Quinn is a website designed for women who prefer to read erotic fantasies and stories or listen to sensual audio clips (including guided masturbation sessions, the erotic sounds of other couples or individuals having sex, and narrated scenes) instead of sifting through imagery they may or may not feel comfortable with. Quinn also gives you the option to choose who or what you listen to (dirty talk, girl on girl, domination, etc.), so you can embrace your fantasy and decide just how the person(s) on the other side of the earphone look. 

4 best feminist porn sites If you’re willing to pay

Sure, free porn sounds good in theory (and it totally can be; just look at those sites listed above!). But, when you pay for porn, you’re supporting the producers, the models, and yes (YOU!) the viewer. Why? Because paid porn tends to be of a higher quality than most of the free porn sloshing around out there. 

If you’re ready to free yourself from the seemingly never-ending maze of tube sites and invest in something that’s a bit juicer (read: ethically-sourced and feminist AF), here are a few additional feminist porn sites that are worth checking out. 

  1. Bellesa Plus: Prices start at $3/month. Bellesa Plus is the paid version of Bellesa.co, a porn company run by women. The site describes itself as the “Netflix of porn” and allows potential members to pay what they want, starting at the low price of $3 per month. Bellesa Plus gives users access to Bellesa Blind Date, Bellesa House, Bellesa Films, and 50+ channels (including thousands of steamy, ethically sourced scenes). 
  1. Bright Desire: Prices start at $22.95 per month. Bright Desire’s tagline is “Smart, sensual sex.” According to the site’s about page — which was crafted by the talented filmmaker “Ms. Naughty” — Bright Desire is on a mission to move “beyond the old cliches” and offer something that’s “fresh, inclusive, and intelligent.” What’s even cooler? Several of the films featured on Bright Desire have not only been featured at film festivals but have won numerous awards. “That’s What I Like,” for example, won the Petra Joy Award in 2009. In addition to its vast selection of erotic films, Bright Desire features photography, interviews with performers, film reviews, columns, and erotic fiction. 
  1. PinkLabel Plus: Prices start at $9.95/month. PinkLabel made its debut in 2013 after Shine Louise Houston (of Pink and White Productions) decided to create an online platform that embraced the “types of bodies and desires” that aren’t usually depicted on mainstream sites. The site caters to emerging and independent adult filmmakers and offers a wide variety of films, including documentaries, vintage adult films, and award-winning films that have been featured at film festivals across the globe. With PinkLabel Plus, members get unlimited access to every film and special live stream events. 
  1. TROUBLEFilms: Prices start at $30/month. The award-winning, independent porn production and distribution site TROUBLEFilms is owned by Courtney Trouble and run by Trouble, Chelsea Poe, and other porn artists. The site hit the Net in 2002 when Trouble, a queer, fat, non-binary sex worker, shot the first photos for nofauxxx.com. However, the name TROUBLEFilms didn’t become a thing until 2011. Viewers who join the TROUBLEFilms Network get access to videos from QueerPorn.TV, photo sets from NoFauxxx, and specialized content from Fat Girl Fantasies. 

The Bottom Line 

Whether you’re into breathy, steamy audio porn or indulge in the occasional squirt video, you can rest assured that (if you found said clip on one of the sites listed above) it was ethically-sourced and feminist in nature. Now go and get your O on!

Reviewed for Medical Accuracy

Tabitha Britt is the founding editor-in-chief of DO YOU ENDO – the first BS-free magazine for individuals with Endometriosis by individuals with Endometriosis. You can find her byline in a variety of publications including CBS NY, Taste of Home, Luna Luna, Thought Catalog, and Elite Daily.

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