Dish has a channel called Extacy which pulls no punches whatsoever. If you can rent it at your local porno shop, they show it on Extacy. In fact, the channel cannot be subscribed to in about 12 states because of its content.
I have seen Dish's Exxxtasy channel - It's a great channel if your really into porn. I was just wondering if Directv was getting bold and adding something as "more adult" as DISH. ie showing "everything"......
I'm noticing even the tamer non porn pay per view networks like MTV (Springer Spring Break, Real World, Road Rules) and E! are getting bolder and bolder each year in fashioning shows like Wild On... around a Girls Gone Wild premise with the blurred effects to protect the innocents. Sign of the times and a sign of sex sells when properly aimed at the right demographics.
Erotic Networks even uses the XXX ratings, not official, but universally understood.
Pleasure channel is "X"; totally edited to the point with the other channel available, why bother.
TEN and ETC is "XX", hardcore but edited to allow play across 100% of the US.
Extasy is "XXX", pretty much only edited down to fit in 90 minute block.
goto watchten.com and there is a FAQ, they explain the difference between 3 type of channels offered, and that pretty much deliniates the X-XX-XXX ratings in the real world today.
I have always thought there was a X rating. I guess maybe they did away with it over the years. I guess Mature took over, which to me does not really tell me much. That could be anything from a Soft R rating to XXX.
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