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Our protagonist, John Tron, travels the world.  In the course of his travels he meets women and has sex with them. His site takes the form of a diary.  The text entry recalls the events of the day, with details about how today’s girl was contacted and what happened next.  Then there is a movie file.  This can include seeing the sights, a meal taken with the girl, a photosession back at the hotel, and sex.  There are often discussion exchanges with members about the day’s entry.

Models

Much of John Tron’s travels take place in the Far East, with moderate activity in Europe.  There are girls from Asia, Europe and Africa representing all racial types, although he clearly has a leaning towards Asian women.  None of the girls has the appearance of being a porn girl, they come over as natural and ordinary.  They are almost all attractive without being startling beauties.  And, it appears, John’s preferred body type is diminutive and slender: there are relatively few busty girls here.

Content

The main format is a calendar page for each month, with each day linking to a page for that day.

The entries for each day follow a similar format: meeting a girl, followed by an encounter in a hotel room.  Once in the hotel room there is typically some photography and/or foreplay before sex follows.  Filming is usually POV, sometimes augmented by wider shots from a fixed camera position (John’s face is fuzzed over).  Night vision is used occasionally.

I liked the site format, and also the format of individual entries.  It is repetitive, but that suits the nature of the site.

Image quality is good on average, but cameras of varying qualities are used.

As is always the case with POV, what you get to see is not always what you would prefer to see and, of course, there is seldom an overall establishing shot.  Camerawork concentrates on sexual joining, and faces take less priority. Avoiding the girls’ faces leads to my main reservation about the site.

Porn is often a matter of presentation, and the presentation here is that the girls are casual pickups and/or hookers.  Maybe they are, maybe they’re not: I have no problem in either case.  But many of the Asian girls act as if they are simply there for John to fuck for a bit and then ejaculate into, an impression which he does nothing to dispel: his diary commentary gives the impression that they are mere f**k-fodder.  There is a seeming lack of respect for these girls as people, and they appear to share this.

I recognise that the girls’ attitude is, to some extent an Asian cultural thing.  But, personally, I like it if the girl at least gives a sense of engagement in the sex.  This site gives the impression that the girls would rather be somewhere else, and that John is more interested in his diary entry than the sex.  The European and African girls are far more energised and motivated and, in those scenes, so is John.

I should stress that there is no abusiveness here, just an air of off-handedness (on both sides) which I, personally, find unerotic.

Usability

The basic calendar design enables you to work through from the start in January 2012, day by day, or to search locations.  There are menu options for My Trophies, My Conquests, and others, as well as a general search.  Navigation options are good.  Not every day features sex, but it is clear from the calendar pages which days have sex-related activity.

A page can take several seconds to load, and the video loads into the page several seconds after that.  This is a little slower than we have come to expect, but is no big deal.  The videos stream with no problem.

There is no download option, however, and on each page there is a rather aggressive warning telling you not to try copying the video.  The threat of being banned and reported to the police as well as being blown up by high explosives (OK, I made that last one up) is a bit excessive: it only needed to be on login/home pages.  It adds an unfriendly and hostile touch to the site.  Being a huge coward, I didn’t attempt any downloads.

Longevity

The site is updated pretty much daily.  This is what you would expect, given its nature.  Not every day will feature sex, and I didn’t go through and count.  But it looks as if more days are active than not.

Value

This is a very narrowly focused site.  If POV sex with random Asian women is your thing – and there is a big market for it out there – then this site is just what the doctor ordered.  For the more general porn surfer I suspect that there will be some material here which will tickle your fancy, but not enough to justify a long term subscription.

A great idea, well-executed, let down by an impersonal feel to sex
2.5Niche Asian gonzo
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Reader Rating 23 Votes
  • Randy Marsh

    “It adds an unfriendly and hostile touch to the site. Being a huge coward, I didn’t attempt any downloads.” Na, the real coward is John Tron. I don’t see why he needs to hide his face when he films or afraid someone downloading his shitty videos if they paid for the subscription. TBH, I hope he gets aids one day because his videos are pretty sleazy.

    • The scary thing for me is that in this genre, this is actually one of the “nicer” ones. It’s no excuse for what he does, but it does shock me to realise there’s people that do this but *worse*!!

      • Coaster Delux

        lol what?

        These girls are not professional leg-spreaders like most sites are full of. THey are filmed for first time on camera, first time with white men and in countries where sex is not exuberant like you’d see on a typical porn site. Your SJW is oozing… and clouding your review process.

        • Many of them are from/in countries where making this sort of content is actually illegal and considering there is video evidence, they could be persecuted for it.

          And no, they are not professional pornstars which actually begs the question of exploitation. You’ll notice that a few of them barely have a grasp on the english language, and it makes you question if they were properly communicated what the job is. Some girls are fine with the idea of being filmed, but might not be fine for those films to be up on the internet as pornography. I’d like to believe that yes, they are all completely aware of the consequences of what they are agreeing to, but considering my own personal experience for how you have to *really* explain, I doubt it was done properly/fairly if there’s a huge communication barrier.

          Maybe you don’t mind the potential exploitation of asian sex workers, but it leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

          • Keldek _

            Aren’t you a “sex worker”? Isn’t everyone who is in porn a “sex worker”? EVERY single person who is in the porn business is in it for the money. You place yourself on a pretty high pedestal to pretend that you are somehow better than anyone else that appears or performs on camera. Somehow you view yourself as a “professional” and the girls on a different site are what to you, just “exploited sex workers”? Sounds pretty high and mighty coming from someone who made and continues to make their living spreading her legs in one fashion or another.

            You like to use the word “exploited” to further your cause against a site you don’t like because what, some of the girls from 3rd world countries? But I take it you’re perfectly ok with the countless amount of girls who get into porn in the US because of the same poverty? Or how about the endless supply of porn workers who moonlight as “escorts”? I bet you’re A-OK with those too right?

            I hate to break it to you but you are a hypocrite.

          • Yes, I am a sex worker and I would never deny that.

            However, just because you do one form of sex work does not mean you’re ok with doing other forms of sex work. My main concern about what is happening here is the lack of clear communication. This is from my experience both working in the porn industry, with women that speak fluent english, as well as my understanding of other sex workers I have met in such a 3rd world country.

            At no point did I say they were not professionals. I said they were not professional PORNSTARS.

            You simply CAN NOT lump all sex work together. Just because a girl escorts does not mean she wants to have her videos all over the internet. Just because a girl does porn does not mean she’ll escort. I don’t think doing either of those things is bad, or have anything against sex workers that do those and more. I do however think you’re wrong if you’re going to assume a sex worker will do all forms of sex work. Or that we shouldn’t distinguish the differences between sex work.

            And what’s up with everyone in this comment section using the phrase “spreading their legs” it comes off as instantly degrading. Just from the tone and context.

            All I want is clear communication that the women fully understand the consequences of what they are doing. Sex tourism is a huge problem in South East Asia. It causes a lot of problems. As someone who’s worked hard to build up a reputable porn company, that works hard to make sure all the performers (male and female) that have worked for my company understands what it means to be in porn, it just simply does not sit well with me that there is no clear indication of good communication.

            As an example, I was recently talking to a girl who contacted me and showed interest in the website. She said she was exploring her sexuality, that she really liked how things were done on my website, and she wanted to do something together. Awesome, that’s great! So we email back and forth and I explain how production works. That I would fly her over, pay her to spend time in Budapest and shoot with me. Finally we get to the point where I skype her in person. One of the first things she said to me is “Yeah, i made a sex tape with one of my exes. It felt great! Really sexy. But I had a bit of a problem because he put it online and I’m scared of my family finding it.” And which point I basically had to halt the conversation. I told her that what I do goes online. She says “but just your website right? It’s exclusive, my family would never subscribe!” I explain I promote on tubesites, that videos get pirated, that there’s no way to say someone on the internet wouldn’t find out. I ALWAYS tell girls that if they do porn, someone they know will find out. If you’re scared of someone you know finding out, don’t do porn. – So that’s to show just how important i consider it is for the women to really understand the implications of being in a porno, and honestly, this isn’t an uncommon story. Sadly there are people out there who will not be fully honest about the risks, and I personally HATE that.

            Which is why I find it really hard to believe that someone doing a gonzo tour of asian escorts, some who barely speak english, is fully communicating the consequences of what they are doing. And I’m not OK with that. Especially considering that there are worse consequences in some of these countries. At worst in the UK or USA, you’re friends and family will find out. In some of the Asian countries you can be arrested and put in jail as there is literal video evidence online of you breaking the laws.

          • Keldek _

            Who are you to determine whether or not things were effectively communicated between the producer and the model? For all you know, dude has a translator explaining everything to them in their native tongue. And for such a popular website, surely they have 2257 documentation. I mean, unless you were there during each scene.. but clearly you weren’t there anymore than I was.

            You are doing nothing more than assuming the worst about a guy who runs a porn site and basically labeling him a criminal, all because you don’t like his site.

            You sit here on your pedestal acting all high and mighty and slamming another porn site, that is clearly staged, and trying to call the morality police when you yourself are exploiting the fact that sex sells and spreading your own legs for money. You are no different or better than any sex worker.

            Not to mention, these girls, if they are sex workers, probably made a hell of a lot more money from making a porn video as opposed to a “bar fine”, so I’m not sure what the problem is here either.

            And so what if they aren’t “professional” porn stars? Should the porn industry only allow “professionals”? Should the countless other amateur porn models be told they aren’t allowed to shoot porn because high and mighty Harriet Sugarcookie says so from up high on her imaginary pedestal?

            And to that point, are you yourself a “professional” porn star? What gives you that credibility? Do you have a “professional porn star” degree?

            Of course, none of that even matters. The girls on Asian Sex Diary are no different than any other girls who get into porn. Everyone does it because sex sells, and they need money. That is the bottom line. And all of your soapbox preaching about “morality” isn’t going to change the simple fact that millions of people in the world spread their legs for money, including yourself.

            So stop acting like you’re better than John Tron, or any of the models on his site, or anyone else who works in the porn industry, or sex industry in general because it doesn’t matter whether you’re turning tricks or doing porn shoots, you’re still exactly the same as everyone else who sells sex for a living.

  • huiyan

    This seems awfully close to just a documentation of sex tourism. I’m not against sex work, don’t get me wrong, but I don’t see how you can ensure that you’re making ethical porn with a concept like this.

  • neilw

    As the person who reviewed this site, I tried to produce something informative, which gave a feel for the site, but without letting my personal feelings colour my comments excessively.

    But I didn’t like it. There was little joy here. I felt that many of the girls were being taken advantage of by someone who didn’t really care about them. I had no idea of Harriet’s thoughts until I picked up on her twitter comments today, but I totally agree with her (and that is not always the case by a long chalk!).

    The issue is exploitation. Yes, all porn is exploitation in one way or another, but it’s one thing when performers are going into it willingly with their eyes open, and another when they are being taken advantage of in relative ignorance.

    I felt dirty after surfing this site and, after doing the review, I haven’t gone back to it during the life of the review subscription.