3D Porn?!

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One of the first questions I get asked when the conversation about me collecting stereoscopic 3D movies comes up is, “Do you have any 3D porn?” or “Do they make porn in 3D?” The funny thing is you would normally think that it is just the guys who ask this question but it is not. I have found that the 3D porn question is on everyone mind, both male and female.

I am asked so much I felt I needed to write this post about 3D porn.

3D porn has been around since the invention of 3D. It makes sense that it would because it seems sex is the only thing that we can agree on – well, unless you think the bible says gay sex is wrong and if you think that – why are you reading a post about 3D porn? – BUSTED!

Anyway, 3D was created in the 1800’s but was used for 3D photography. You can thumb through 3D history books and find several photos of artistic nudes 3D photos dating way back to the birth of the 3D camera. Here is a photo of Howard University dated from the 1800’s

The first 3D motion picture made public (non-porn) was released in 1903.  There are film clips of 3D porn that dates way back to the twenties and earlier.  Most people think of the  1960’s through the 70’s when they think of 3D porn because that is when 3D porn hit a boom.

In 1961, Francis Ford Coppola opened a film in 3D as “Adults Only” called, Bellboy and the Playgirls. This film introduced the 3D peeping tom/key hole.

Following Coppola’s film  a flood of other ‘peeping tom’ style films began popping up but it wasn’t until 1962, when Adam and Six Eves came out that gave way for a bigger 3D a boost. This is the era of the birth 3D skinflicks – meaning films that carry the ‘X’ instead of the rating ‘Adults Only’.  At the end of the 60’s 3D porn was being pushed out by2D ‘XXX’ films.

Until 1969, a film called The Stewardesses 3D came out.  In its first two years of release it became one of the top grossing films. It was claimed to be the most successful independent feature made up to that time – out-grossing most major studio films.  According the press kit for the film, it states:

“In today’s dollars, it grossed over $100,000,000.00 (no, that’s not a typo). The film played for over 2 years in some theatres, and out-grossed mainstream fare like Love Story.”

This film is still popular amongst people today and they just re-released the 40th Anniversary edition of the film.

After such a huge success every other porn industry movie maker jumped on the band wagon and started pumping out film after film.  With amazing titles such as;

  • Secrets of Ecstasy
  • Prison girls
  • Love in 3D
  • The Groove Room
  • The Capital Hill Girls
  • Disco Dolls in Hot Skin
  • Lollipop Girls in Hard Candy

I could go on and on but I will not, I will just show you the trailer of the Lollipop Girls in Hard Candy.

So what now? What is 3D porn doing in modern times to do battle against free porn on the net and movies like Avatar?

Watch this short clip and it will tell you…

This video (and site who created the video) is no longer around.

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Jason Bayless

Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.

Comments
  • Michael1

    August 28, 2010

    Wow, extremely good read. Didn’t know there were so many attempts at 3D porn or 3D adult movies. But those figures for The Stewardess have been debunked.

    There’s quite a few modern 3D porns, but most are out-of-print because they were made in the early 2000s! If you’re into stereoscopic videos, you might want to check out http://www.hotgirlsin3d.com where they have a few of this stuff posted.

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