Originally Posted by KathyGriffinFan View Post
We went to Hustler's recently and paid $50 for a film that had all the scenes that I hate. Online, there are so many to choose from but I was hoping that maybe there was a line geared towards couples.
I'd also like a film, kinda like "Sex 101 for Couples" that shows different positions but the only ones I could find were from the 90's and didn't have any previews.
Thanks Grayson, any help would be great.
There are lines geared more towards couples and women. It seems to be a growing market. Unfortunately, I'm still drawing a blank on some of the specific lines. Although a quick check of an adult video rental site allows a search by category. "Couples" is a category there, and I see that, for instance, Playgirl has a line of videos.
One thing I'd suggest is, if you've got someplace local that rents instead of only selling, provided you're comfortable with the place and their rental policies are fair, rent instead of dropping $40-50 on a single DVD. The store I mentioned earlier, was a "regular" video store with an adult section. So, rentals were a standard $3.50 for 2 nights, and their "two-for-one" Tuesday specials applied. It also helped that they divided the sections just like the "regular" section...just, instead of "drama," "action," "comedy," etc, they had sections like "features," "amateur," "couples," "all-girl," etc. Made it MUCH easier to find what you're looking for.
On the other hand, the nearest adult video store doesn't seem to have much in the way of a categorization system for their rentals (not even alphabetized), and their rental policy requires something like a $20 deposit per movie for rental. So, we don't rent from there. We haven't rented anything new since the other place sold, although we have played "porn roulette" buying some of the cheapie, $10 DVD's at the adult video store.
The main reason I suggest rental (with, of course, fair rental policies) is that you're out MUCH less per movie, especially if it ends up being one you don't enjoy. That was the best thing about the two-for-one deal at our old store: if we didn't like a movie rented then, we were out less than 2 bucks for it. If you don't have anyplace like that locally, there are online rental outlets that are similar to Netflix, where - for a flat fee (averaging $10 a month...same as Netflix) - you can search for videos, add them to your queue, and have them delivered to you. Either way, with rentals, I think it allows for a little less risk to sampling to ultimately find a studio or line that does the trick for you.
Sorry I haven't been more specific help. I know, though, that it can really be hit-or-miss if you just make a selection based on the box. My wife & I have gotten our fair share of uninteresting selections that way. But, unfortunately, that's usually the most anyone has to go on.