Snatchly, the erotic porn version of Pinterest

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When we thought there was no longer a place for a new social network, Pinterest came out a few months ago  . This social network specialized in photographs and that functions as a recommendation board, has become the third largest network in the United States, after the powerful Facebook and Twitter. For this reason, it has taken time for someone to create a curious clone: ​​" Snatchly ".

Snatchly has the same operation and interface as Pinterest, but its content is somewhat different. Instead of photos and videos of idyllic landscapes, hairstyles or plates of food, what you will find is eroticism and pornography. Now, instead of showing that one has an interest in rock music or kittens, the user can publish her fondness for the different categories of pornography, erotic photography, areas of the body or whatever is appropriate.

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With the same style wall Pinterest, same tools and even design very similar, we find a collage of photos and videos more or less explicit . While Pinterest directly avoids obscene or pornographic content on its network , there are no limits to fantasy here. And so it shows an exhibitor of the user's tastes, which can share its own productions or, as in Pinterest , link content from other navigators. The result will be a “colorful” wall through which we suppose, we will be able to know a lot about the person himself. At least as far as sexual tastes are concerned.

If on Pinterest we can filter the photos by categories such as pets, weddings or hairstyles , among others, here the thematic classification is more specific. Kittens and puppies are replaced by themes such as striptease, orgies or lingerie, to name just a few. If we are sure of something, it is that this Pinterest replica will not happen like the original. It is estimated that between 70 and 80% of Pinterest users are women . This format has not finished interesting to men, or at least until now. Who knows if this festive erotic alternative may be more successful with the male public. Since its launch just a couple of months ago, 15,000 users have signed up for Snatchly.

This page is not the only one of the thousands or even millions that make up the vast world of Internet pornography. According to a 2010 study by the MBA online consultancy , 12% of web pages are dedicated to pornography; about 25 million . In addition, about 2,500 euros are spent every second in this industry, 77,000 million annually, which is said soon. According to this same study, at this time  28,528 Internet users would be watching porn, many of them from their workplace.

With these figures, it is not surprising that social networks appear, with more or less success, that focus on this sector. Snatchly is far from the first . Well-known portals such as Redtube, YouPorn or Xtube also emerged as a porn alternative to the popular YouTube . They also allow you to connect your users, create profiles and meet for coffee, art chat or whatever arises. You know, for tastes ... social networks.