The Best Porn for Women

Women enjoy porn just as much as men do, although it can definitely be hard to find actually “good” porn. Despite the TONS of internet pages of porn out there, if you want to find something that’s A.) a turn-on, B.) done ethically, C.) realistic, it narrows your pool of potential porn options way TF down. Still, it’s shockingly hard to find porn where a woman is actually enjoying herself in a realistic way and doesn’t make you feel bad, sad, or just not horny at all. For those of you not wanting to spend time Googling the depths of some page 18 results, we gotchu. Here’s our guide to some of the best porn sites for women.

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Keep in mind, in order for porn to be totally ethical, it’s probably going to be paid. Just like listening to music on Spotify or buying albums off iTunes, somewhere along the way, the creator deserves a cut of the content they’re making or producing, whether that’s through a membership service or a pay-per-content paywall. Luckily, lots of sites offer free or reduced rates, and some also offer certain freebies, with a premium price on other stuff. But don’t be afraid to get your wallet out! Doing so helps fund more empowering, realistic porn for women and shows that audiences really are wanting better porn for women.

1. Frolicme.com

Cost: $6 for a week-long trial, $13/month, $30 for a single month, or $51 for a year.

Offers: Video, audio, stories, photos

Comprised entirely of exclusive content, FrolicMe offers tasteful erotic porn, films, audio, stories, and photo galleries. If you like more romantic porn that’s still high in production value, this is your best bet. FrolicMe was started in 2015 by Anna Richards, who wanted to cater to those who found typical mainstream porn more of a turn off than a turn-on. The site is also popular for sex therapists to recommend to their clients, as Richards says she gets lots of emails from members who have signed up after hearing about it from professionals. Also neat: Richards sometimes has sex therapists write guest posts on the site, so you know they’re all about positive sex education in the name of female pleasure. They have 250 original works so far, and it’s updated throughout the week, so you won’t run out of stuff. Even though it’s an indie site, they’ve been nominated every year since inception for Erotic Site of the Year since 2016, which is pretty impressive.

2. Sssh

Cost: $5 for a two-day membership, $20/month, $55 for three months, or $100 for a yearly membership.

Offers: Movies, VR (no headset required), photos, novels and stories

Founded by director Angie Rowntree, this ethical porn site is members-only and costs $20 a month, with options for a three-month membership for $55 and a yearly membership of $100. Not sure if you’ll be into it? They also have a $5 two-day trial membership. The site offers original movies that are all ethically made (and have won numerous adult entertainment awards for), livestream discussions called MindBrowse, radio, and a virtual world.

3. OnlyFans

      Cost: Varies, expect to pay around $8-$15 for most nude creators

      Offers: Varies based on each creator

      OnlyFans is kind of like an Instagram-with-the-ability-to-see-NSFW content in its feed-based design. You become a “fan” of whatever creators you want to follow and pay whatever their rates are for access to exclusive content that’s paywalled. Some creators have free memberships as well, but you still need to link a credit card up in order to view any free content. Conn Perignon, a popular OnlyFans creator, says most OnlyFans subscriptions can run the gamut from $8-$15.

      Not all content on OnlyFans is NSFW or porn (there are men on there and people who don’t do any sex-related content at all), and your feed will vary based on what people feel comfortable posting, but given that it directly pays creators and allows them a distribution platform, it’s worth mentioning as a more ethical erotica or porn avenue. Another bonus: OnlyFans gives you the ability to interact with creators too, so if you have a question or suggestion for a certain creator you subscribe to, you can just ask — although they might be more likely to respond to any q’s if you are a paid subscriber or “tip” them.

      4. Ersties

      Cost: Some content is free, but membership costs $35 for a month, $45 for three months, $84 for six months, or $132 for the year.

      Offers: Video, photos (both downloadable and online galleries).

      Unlike a lot of porn sites, Ersties leans into the vast difference between mainstream porn for the male gaze and what real female pleasure actually looks like. The site design is cute, cheeky, and a little twee, in a way you’d never see a mainstream porn site. It’s all women-made and the videos, galleries, and photos are of real people, not porn models or actors.

      5. Quinn

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Audio

      If you’ve ever wanted to experience porn without the visuals, female-founded, audio-only porn sites like Dipsea and Quinn are leading the charge. Quinn is free and includes categories like “SFW” for when you wanna listen to something hot or mind-provoking without fear of y’know, totally getting fired (stories include “Should I date my doorman?” and “Going on a trip with someone you’re dating”), lesbian, boyfriend, and female-voices.

      6. Dipsea

      Cost: Free trial, then $9/month or $48/year

      Offers: Audio

      Dipsea calls themselves a female-founded startup and story studio, and the emphasis on storytelling is apparent in their content. Their content promises to always be relatable, feminist, and celebratory of sex in a positive way. Wanna get even more into it? Dipsea also accepts voice actors and writers to contribute to their new content. They have categories for “her and her,” “her and him,” and “her and them” stories as well, offering more inclusivity than a lot of mainstream, traditional porn. The stories range from five to twenty minutes and over 300 new stories and sessions are added every week.

      7. Lady Cheeky’s Smut for Smarties Tumblr

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Photos, video, stories

      Lady Cheeky’s Smut for Smarties is the most popular Tumblr around and it’s because it’s super hot, but at the same time feels classy and smart. There are sexy quotes, black and white photos (v. arty, so you feel 80 percent less pervy!), and super hot GIFs capturing the exactly perfect moments of great sex.

      8. Erotic Review

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Photos, stories

      The folks at ERM are committed to “giving sex a good name,” and this site will hook you up with tons of erotic fiction that stimulates all five senses.

      9. Make Love Not Porn

      Cost: $5 per video for 3 week rental

      Offers: Videos

      In the words of Make Love Not Porn’s founder Cindy Gallop, MNLP is “pro-sex, pro-porn, and pro-knowing the difference.” The truly unique model of this site features real life couples having actual sex. The stars of the videos are paid a lot more ethically, too, because the site operates on a video rental model — aka they see a more direct share of the profit per view. If you’re turned on by seeing people get it on without the acting, this is for you.

      10. Literotica.com

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Photos, video, photos, stories, chat, and audio

      Literotica is ugly and hard to navigate, but a ton of my friends swear by it, mostly for the erotic stories. The good thing about it is that it has everything. Want stories about “erotic hypnosis and mind control”? There are over 3,400 of them. That is also the bad news. It’s kind of like shopping at TJ Maxx — you have to know what you’re looking for. You might find something super hot that’s totally up your alley or you might end up reading a story where the whole family, including grandpa, are having sex with each other. Stories are free, but videos are $6/30 minutes.

      11. Sounds of Pleasure

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Audio

      Sounds of Pleasure is a simple Tumblr featuring just the sounds of sex. Listening to someone having sex is surprisingly intimate — it’s thrilling and voyeuristic all at once, like overhearing something you shouldn’t. SoP has dirty talk, audio from people having sex with themselves or others, and JOI (jerk-off instructions). There’s also the 100 to 1 challenge in which people try to count backwards while stimulating themselves, which remains hot until you suddenly hear it as people who have a big-time sexual fetish for numbers.

      12. Orgasmic Tips for Girls

      Costs: Free

      Offers: Audio, video, stories, chat

      Orgasmic Tips for Girls is “a blog about sex, masturbation, orgasms, relationships and body positivity,” but it’s kind of like sitting around with girlfriends, talking about sex, asking questions you can’t ask anywhere else, and sharing the hottest stuff you’ve found. Yesterday someone shared a video (full-length! Free!) that sucked 24 minutes out of my day but I didn’t even care because it was so hot I practically passed out.

      13. Pornhub (Gay Male Porn Only)

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Photos, videos, gifs

      Yeah, yeah, PornHub is also, like, the worst for women. But skip all hetero fare with titles like “brunette gets slammed,” the comically fake emoting and way-too-long fingernails, and click on the gay male porn. And don’t feel like a weirdo. A lot of women, gay and straight, like to watch men doin’ it because (1) the men are generally kind to each other, (2) they seem to be actually into it, plus, (3) double the penises!

      14. Hysterical Literature

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Video

      Maybe this is a personal quirk, like the gay porn thing, but to me, there is nothing hotter than someone being overcome by lust — and Hysterical Literature is all about that. Artist Clayton Cubitt (Yes, this is actually an art project, so if you need justification, there you go!) put together a series of films, each featuring a woman sitting at a table reading a passage from a book of her choice. As she reads, an unseen person under the table stimulates her with a vibrator. As the women get closer and closer to orgasm, they struggle to keep it together but soon their proper reading of, say, Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass becomes an incoherent series of gasps and moans. It’s beautiful, funny, smart, and very, very sexy.

      15. Naughty Foreskin

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Video, photos

      I was never into gigantic foreskin or gingers — in fact, probably a little anti-, if you must know — but my friend tipped me off to the Naughty Foreskin tumblr and I was fascinated. It’s just one guy, yes a redhead, with a truly epic foreskin. He never shows his face but he does post videos of himself jerking off. And people — women, men, gay, straight, trans — are, like, in love with that dick of his. Anonymous, for example, wrote, “Fuck! I wanna marry your dick, your dick is just perfection its superior, love it :)” It’s kind of weird, but totally compelling.

      16. XConfessions

      Cost: $19.95/month, but you can watch two films with a free trial.

      Offers: Video

      Each month, filmmaker Erika Lust takes two reader-submitted fantasies and turns them into short erotic films. Since women are picking the topics, they really are “what women want” and cover everything from Mad Men porn to IKEA-themed sex (oh, yeah). All of it’s lusciously filmed with gorgeous locales and good-looking (but not porny-looking) fuckers and fuckees. Plus, this is not especially arousing or anything, but Lust employs a bunch of women behind the scenes, treats her actors well, is a big feminist, etc. It’s kind of like the porn version of fair-trade coffee.

      17. Beautiful Agony

      Cost: $14.95/ month, but there are free previews.

      Offers: Video

      The main page for Beautiful Agony, an arty site from the Netherlands, is full of thumbnail shots of people making their “O” face. That alone isn’t so great, but a click on each one reveals a video showing just that person’s face as they ride toward, then through le petite mort, French for “little death” or orgasm. It feels super intimate and hits your sexual brain from a whole different angle.

      18. Good Vibrations After Dark

      Cost: about $5–9 to stream a video, $10 or so to stream and download, or pay by the minute ($5.95/30 minutes).

      Offers: Video

      This rating varies depending on what you order (5 being some hot Euro film I saw, 2 being a lesbian vaginal fisting thing that made me want to airlift ice packs to that poor vagina. In fairness, though, she seemed to be quite into it.) The venerable San Francisco sex toy store is known for sex-positivity for all women — straight or LGBTQ — and their selection reflects this. There are all kinds of niche choices including how-to videos, vintage porn, feminist porn, queer porn, and the beautifully named category “All Sex-No Plot.”

      19. I Feel Myself

      Cost: $29.95/month, with a few free videos.

      Offers: Videos

      The IFM rec comes from one of my readers, Murca, an Estonian who describes herself as “almost a bit bisexual happily married girl.” Wrote Murca: “The videos there are so intimate it almost creeps me out sometimes. Like I’m not sure if I really was invited to this stranger’s bedroom but here I am.” IFM has over 300 videos of women making themselves come in a variety of ways. It could be objectifying and/or anti-feminist but somehow it feels empowering — partially because the women submit the videos themselves and partly because they have clit-rubbing, sometimes unpretty orgasms like most women actually have IRL. (If you’d prefer to watch wanking dudes, try Stroke That Dick. Super sexy!)

      20. Kink.com

      Cost: Videos about $10

      Offers: Videos

      If you’re into kink, you probably already know about Kink.com, but if you’re a beginner, it’s a good place to start. It’s sort of like a Big Box store for BSDM, fetishes, and other kinks — they’ll probably have what you want and other things you didn’t know you wanted may end up in your cart as well.

      21. Bright Desire

      Cost: $19.95/first month, $9.95 thereafter. Or individual video-on-demand for around $16–20 for seven days.

      Offers: Videos

      Bright Desire bills itself as “smart porn for men and women.” Don’t worry, there’s still plenty of boning in their collection of films, short scenes, and clips, but there’s better cinematography and a bit of backstory. Like this from “Instructed”: “Pandora Blake arrives at a hotel room, expecting to see her lover, D. Instead, she finds a letter bearing explicit instructions as to what she should do to prepare herself for him.” Oh, yeah.

      22. Pink Label TV

      Cost: $7.99–14.99 for video rental

      Pink Label is the equivalent to a college town’s organic co-op — everything is “ethical,” inclusive, and little expensive. Ethical also means fair compensation for workers, safer sex, and consent all around. Pink Label also offers a showcase for quality indie filmmakers, like Pink & White Productions, who specialize in “blurred gender lines and fluid sexualities.” Slide on a bit of patchouli lube and you’re good to go. (Unless patchouli lube would cause irritation, then do nothing of the kind.)

      23. A Four-Chambered Heart

      Cost: Films cost a donation

      Offers: Photos, video

      Super artsy with gorgeous stills and sexy films with names like Alchemy, Flux, or The Renascence (note delightfully cerebral Edna St. Vincent Millay spelling.) The “cinema” section (see also: artsy AF) has similarly highbrow fare (but don’t worry, still SUPER hot) like “The Decadence.” The accompanying note reads “the thiasus, was the ecstatic retinue of Dionysus” which roughly translated means five people completely losing it while all having attractively filmed sex together.

      24. Archive of Our Own

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Stories

      “Want to read about your favorite characters getting it on six ways to Sunday? YOU CAN,” said the fellow perv who turned me onto this site. John/Sherlock? Steve Rogers/Tony Stark? A Transformer, doing…whatever it is they do? AO3 has high-quality fan fiction (not an oxymoron) and plenty of it. Ask a bookish chick about how many fics they’ve bookmarked on the site, and they’ll think you’re looking into their very soul. The only reason I knocked it down half a point was because there was only one story about my lust object, Marc Maron, and all he did in it was have a fully-clothed (wtf!?) discussion with Louis CK. Get on this, someone!

      25. Slipshine aka OrgyMania.net

      Cost: Free

      Offers: Stories

      If you’re the type of person who needs to make sure your porn is totally in the clear sexism and ethics-wise, cartoons are they way to go. Even if it’s Hitler in a boxing match with Trump or whatever, no actual crazed dictators are exploited because, comics. Not real. (If you want to start with a free site, try Oglaf. Bonus: written by a woman.) Oglaf and Slipshine are both openly sex-positive and supportive of all genders, orientations, colors, so you don’t have to feel bad about getting off to it.

      Note: A previous version of this story included JamesDeen.com. It was removed after Deen was accused of rape and sexual assault by multiple women.

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