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Penthouse thrusts 3D sex at European porn lovers

by Steven Mostyn - Mar 1 2011, 19:59

Stick it in your eye. Image: poolie/Flickr.

Fake jiggling breasts, pert bobbing behinds, and the rampant thrusting of hips. Put quite simply, it seems pornography is the perfect sweaty and unnecessarily protrusive bedfellow for today’s emergent 3D technology.

Bearing that in mind, European smut lovers will be thrilled to learn that adult magazine Penthouse plans to launch the region’s very first 3D porn channel on the Astra satellite network (3B, 23.5 degrees east).

Set to broadcast from 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. (GMT), Penthouse parent company FriendFinder claims its new channel will host high-definition programming in 100 percent 3D offering feeds covering both softcore and hardcore content.

“We are very excited about the launch of the Penthouse 3D channel,” enthused Marc Bell, chief executive officer of FriendFinder. “Our goal is always to deliver the latest technology on the world’s best platform.”

Although Penthouse doesn’t presently offer 3D porn in the U.S., it does operate a selection of regular 2D channels via the aptly named Penthouse HD, Penthouse HD1 and Penthouse HD2.

Rival porn provider Hustler is also reportedly working on a 3D channel, which is expected to receive its official launch before the close of March.

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