Pros and Cons
- high-quality content
- exclusive content
I love, I Love Pop Whore, for its unique, albeit pretentious attitude. The introductory paragraph on the homepage describing the personal philosophy of Tatum Reed, the site's star, sends chills down my spine. It's replete with self-important catch phrasing that has me praising it for trying to elevate the superficial to a near spiritual plane.
She actually refers to our present day as "the age of post-modern apocalyptic bliss" - I literally had tears in my eyes. Pure poetry it is and the spelling is right even if the grammar is partially questionable due to the verbosity of its vernacular.
Not to worry, ILovePopWhore, is indeed a porn site. Tatum explains that she's an Episcopalian whore for hire with a camera following her around. She thinks of it all as glamour reality porn exposing the seedy side of the rich and famous.
A few well-known pornstars pop up here and there. Otherwise, the casting does make you believe she's screwing rock stars and successful businessmen, since everyone male or female, is attractive and glossy.
I Love Pop Whore has 47 videos to download in multiple formats. Partial clips in either outstanding Windows Media format or great MPEGs and in some cases, both file types. The full-length scenes come in super-quality QuickTime files. It's pure hardcore with lesbian interactions, classic sucking and fucking as well as threesomes or group sex.
As far as extras, there's a members' only sex blog containing links to videos or pictures from upcoming episodes. She encourages her members to write by email and they can arrange to meet her in person as well. She's globetrotting slut, so whether you live on the Continent or in America, she'll probably visit some major city not to far from you.
A month may pass before anything new is added. Nevertheless, the uniqueness and the quality of every ILovePopWhore episodes makes it seem well worth the standard price of joining. Tatum Reed might well be my newest fave pseudo celeb. At least, she's a divine diva whose guru-like grumblings about pop culture give me something to which to aspire.