Blue Blood: 17 Year Anniversary Updates


17 years is a long time to be creating and publishing cool sexy AltPorn. The first issue of Blue Blood Magazine rolled off the press on Halloween 1992 and they have been putting out their own brand of sex positive freaky tattooed pierced purple haired kinky Goth punk rock erotica ever since. To put things in perspective, BurningAngel’s Joanna Angel was in like the 5th grade when Blue Blood was publishing inked up counterculture couples fucking. Suicidegirls recently celebrated their 8th year in business and Blue Blood has still been around more than twice as long and they are still putting out really hot and creative updates I look forward to seeing. That’s just impressive.

To mark the occasion of their 17th year, Blue Blood announced a special $1.70 trial price and also revamped their site tour to show more of what they have for their members. The new site tour seems to dynamically morph with new pictures every few hours, so you really get a sense of the depth of their content. According to their new tour, even $1.70 trial members get access to 5 sites. Mathematically, the year long membership is an even better deal, now that they cut that membership price in half too. I really enjoy their websites a lot but I do wish they would put out more magazines too. Go have a look at their new site tour. Now, if they would only send me one of those purple Blue Blood bears. It’s for a friend, really.

Blue Blood: 17 Year Anniversary Updates
Blue Blood writes:

Blue Blood celebrates its 17 year anniversary by rolling out a hot new design for with extra special new $1.70 VIP trial pricing. Since 1992, Blue Blood has pioneered a genre, redefined the rock and roll beauty standard, broken down the walls between subcultures, and launched countless artists, creating venue and platform for what was previously an underrepresented kind of creative work. Blue Blood has brought its audience the innovative and quality entertainment it deserves, with insightful writing, creative photography, and beautiful people. Blue Blood is about the power and sensuality of individuality. Blue Blood is delicious luxury pop culture candy for intelligent adults. features more than 100,000 erotic photos, showcasing more than 400 of the most exceptional individuals, shot by dozens of gifted photographers, with a huge number of coffee table books and magazine features to their credit. includes magazine quality photography of gorgeous, stylish, gothic, punk, deathrock, and otherwise offbeat women, Blue Blood VIP’s world famous signature couples sets, and erotic fiction by some of the best-loved genre writers in the world.

Forrest Black, who supervises all design and code teams for Blue Blood‘s extended network and is responsible for the brand’s overall look and feel, personally created the new design for and the Blue Blood VIP members area. Forrest Black was born in San Francisco in a house with thirteen black cats and, as a baby, went from crawling to walking at parties where the Grateful Dead jammed. As an early adopter of internet technology, he worked on sites for cool icons from John Lennon and Peggy Lee to The Beastie Boys and The Dandy Warhols. He has been art directing for Blue Blood since 1992. Forrest Black says, “We’re very excited to showcase even more of the great content our members have enjoyed, plus lots of new work. And we think the new 17 year celebratory $1.70 trial offer is a great opportunity for people to check out what we have going on.”

The new Blue Blood VIP tour includes bigger pages with larger photographs. It is broken down into thematic sections where pages of free sample pictures morph with dynamically updating images. Some of the core repeating motifs in Blue Blood are couples, goth-industrial erotica, art and tattoos, science fiction fandom and costuming, fetish, and of course punk. guests can also read news about Blue Blood contributors, see what recent community posts are from the Blue Blood forums where members interact, and follow a convenient new link to the regularly-updated Blue Blood Twitter.

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