Pros and Cons
- exclusive content
- zipped photo sets
- bonus sites
- rotating content
- average-quality videos
- download limit
Nobody would be surprised anymore at the nasty things that can go on in churches. But a story about guys sneaking in a camera in order to take some upskirt shots of pious young women would still make the news! Well, pious is perhaps too strong a word for Church Upskirts, considering how short these girls' skirts are. Nevertheless, I will let God be the judge.
Actually we might not have to wait until the final judgment day, because maybe those perverts already got caught peering upskirt from below the pews. You see, ChurchUpskirts advertises weekly updates, but this collection hasn't grown in years. What they are doing instead is rotating the content and changing the dates to appear recent.
Although the idea of the site is original and will certainly turn on any voyeur fiend, the amount of actual church-upskirt content is somewhat disappointing. There are only about 19 videos. They can be downloaded in several formats, but expect average-quality playback at best.
Yes, the photo section is less sparse, with 90 galleries with 25-50 pictures each. However, few of them are in a church. Mind you, it's hard to see where the person actually is when the camera is aimed straight for the panties (or lack thereof).
Still, it seems obvious enough that there are quite a few outdoor shots, some done in shopping malls and other indoor locations. Also, a lot of shots are obviously fake to support the voyeur fantasy of being shot on the down-low. Maybe it will help some of you worry less about being struck down immediately for sinfully spying on supposed innocents.
A membership is overpriced no matter which option you choose. One includes 10 bonus sites and the more expensive one includes all the sites from the Lightspeed Girls network, like Nikki Grinds, Tawnee Stone, Rachel 18, Jordan Capri and Tori Stone.
Bonuses are nice, but when push comes to shove, Church Upskirts is just too small and overpriced. That's too bad, because the idea behind it was brilliant and if they had followed up with more content it would certainly have been the bomb!