here should clarify any confusion surrounding the point of the adult videos, or they way in which they can be identified or differentiated.
As a major contributor to the adult reviews on EF, I will I say I was a bit disturbed to come across this post. We're all entitled to our opinions, but a simple explanation for the generalization of the entire group of contributors as "going down hill" would have been nice from those who feel this way.
That said, there is a time and a place for both types of videos. We choose to do adult videos because there are more perks to adult videos than there are for regular, descriptive reviews. These videos have two very separate and distinct purposes which need to be reflected in the video "review" for it to qualify or fit the criteria.
I guess I kind of just wish people would be a bit less ignorant and would present their complaints and criticisms in a more constructive manner.
That said, there are times when Jes and I struggle to find a creative and "slightly less than pornographic" way to show the toy in a unique and sexy light without making each video into an infomercial or late night HBO production. We generally try to include some type of humor to keep things fun and light, while still showing the toy in a way that the viewer can understand the shape and size of the toy, and how it might be used.
Our goal is not to sell the features of the toy, EF and the manufacturer of the product are responsible for that - if my job/goal here were marketing I would be getting reimbursed in a much bigger way. Jes and I don't do commercials and we don't want to either, we are creative and fun people who do not wish to take on the responsibilities or difficulties of marketing a sex toy. Think of the adult video reviews as more of a skit meant to show the toy in a less "clinical" light, and forget the word "review" even exists when watching the adult videos, as reviewing the product was never meant to be the goal of the adult videos.