At Pink Visual, we take pride in providing content made by adults for adults. We also believe in the positive impact that sexual fantasy and sexual release have for responsible adults. Due to the various social stigmas surrounding sex and sexuality, we must also clarify that the products we make are strictly for fantasy entertainment purposes and not a form of sex education. Pink Visual also encourages responsible behavior and sensible viewing habits on the part of our consumers. This Policy is provided under the assumption that our consumers are able to distinguish between fantasy and reality when making responsible decisions regarding sex in their own lives.

Safe Sex:

At Pink Visual, we encourage our consumers to engage in “safe sex” practices. In adult entertainment settings, adult performers are tested for STDs no later than 7 days before they appear in sexual acts.

Adult performances are nearly always staged. Prior to filming any sexual acts, performers share STD test results with each other to confirm to one another that they are in a safe sexual health environment. The general public is not tested as regularly as adult entertainment performers, as a result, at Pink Visual, we advocate “safe sex” practices on the part of our viewers, and by the public at large. For more information on safe sex practices, please refer to:

WebMD - Safe Sex

CDC - Centers for Disease Control

SFSI - San Francisco Sex Information

NPIN - National Prevention Information Network

Sex Education:

Pornography is not to be used or consumed as sex education. Pink Visual recommends the following resources for sex education – in addition to having frank, forthright discussions with your partner about her/his own personal preferences and proclivities, of course!

SIECUS - Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States

OnlyMyHealth - Sex Education

Sexual Fantasy Boundaries:

According to most qualified psychologists, fantasies allow people to experience the outer limits of their imaginations in a safe and no-risk environment. Most adult entertainment is based on such sexual fantasies. At Pink Visual, we promote healthy fantasizing.

The following resources may be useful to you, in the event you feel your fantasizing may not be healthy.

Psychology Today - The More you Scratch, the more you Itch

Brain Physics - Sexual Obsessions

Porn Addiction:

Just like anything consumed in extreme, too much consumption of porn may not be healthy. While it may or may not represent a legitimate “addiction,” if excess viewing of pornography is causing problems in your personal life, preventing you from meeting your responsibilities, or interfering with your interactions with others, you may want to refer to the following resources for more information:

Sexual Recovery - Porn Addiction

Mayo Clinic - Compulsive Sexual Behavior

Mayo Clinic - direct link for treatment info