Pros and Cons
- frequent updates
- exclusive content
- reasonable price
- no downloadable videos
- only vid caps
- average-quality playback
Unless you're a huge fan of '90s TV, I'm sure you'll be glad to know that Slow Exposure is not a sequel to Northern Exposure. Instead, it's a site that brings you everyday chicks from the streets of New York City and lets them strip in front of the camera. These women are genuine amateurs and the experience goes beyond simply showing off, as every interview brings you closer to an intimate understanding of the babe's personality.
I've seen enough porn to know when something is unique and that certainly describes SlowExposure. After all, it's not every porn site that quotes Milan Kundera extensively on the join page. It has a new woman strip every week, but the process isn't a race to the titties. Instead, the first three days are spent interviewing her. The next day she takes off her bra and then a day later the panties come off. You might see some bush, but never any full-frontal pussy.
Even on the non-nude days it's interesting to hear questions about what it's like to live in New York City alternate with requests to take off scarves and slip off shoes. It's addictive and soon you realize that you've watched every scene, from Monday through Friday. So far, you can see 17 models get exposed in 17 full-length strips.
You get to hear so much about the babe that you want to see her in just as much detail, but the execution is kind of a letdown. You can't download the movies, so you're stuck streaming them in Flash. The average-looking flicks play in a really small embedded player, but when you switch to full screen the playback quality suffers. There are vid caps to go with each episode, but no real photos.
No bonuses come with your membership, but you get a selection of sweeties who reflect the Big Apple's diversity. All body types are represented, from a curvy blonde named Jill to a thin brunette named Amelia. Asians, Latinas and black hotties are also exposed and explored. The quality of the material on Slow Exposure needs to improve, but it does offer an unusual experience at a very low price.