|If you're not, like me, genetically evolved to breathe porn, be very careful, please...Suicide Girls presents a serious risk of drowning.
I tried to review this a month ago, but once I'd logged in, I spotted a fascinating interview (David Lynch) and before I knew it, the account had timed out. Suicide Girls isn't just pictures. It's like a semi-gated Myspace for hot emo, geeky, arty, tattooed, gothy and just plain cute girls, so they have profiles, blogs and comments. This means you go clicking from one model to another uncovering new delights at every flick of the mouse. Would I call it an erotic clickfest? I might.
It wouldn't be due diligence if I didn't mention the few flaws. Chief amongst these is the inability to download sets, and the sets don't have many photos in them- though this also means you don't wade through too many samey shots. Some of the earlier photosets are slightly lower in resolution than I like. Also, the search facilities are pretty restrictive- members can tag photos, and you can search for tags. That's about the extent of it. So if no-one's tagged a set as "pirates", then you're out of luck. They have in this particular example, but you get my meaning. You can't combine tags either, so no searching for emo and brunette, or cute and cross-eyed. And finally, if you're after hardcore, you might very well come away disappointed (or worse yet, not come at all).
Yet. And yet. I am still clicking, still reading, still drooling, still making not-infrequent involuntary goshes and oohs, and still checking the date to see how long I have left on my review account. I can't leave the site for even a day without a new set or two flying in, a new video post- mostly blog-esque stuff, but I just caught a very hot make-out session. If this genre is your fantasy bread and butter, you'd be a fool not to give it a whirl.