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Japanese Adult Video Company Gives Away 200 Free Movies During Pandemic




  • The company hopes that this will make their costumers “smile a little.”
  • The site crashed the day the offer was announced because of the high traffic.
  • PornHub also provided free service for users in Italy.

If there’s one good thing that came out of the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s the way people are helping each other get through in times of need. Of course, it should be noted that a modern man’s “needs” go beyond food, clothing, and shelter – for most, sexual gratification is included here as well.

The Japanese, of course, know this all too well and is more than willing to help others “in need.” Adult video company Soft On Demand (SOD) is giving away more than 200 titles of porn movies for those who have to stay stuck at home throughout the month.

SOD wants to alleviate your “suffering” during these hard times.
This wonderful act of generosity will allow fans to get their fill of their favorite porn actresses absolutely free, as long as they are subscribers of the company’s SOD Prime package.

Users only need to register as members in order to get access to the titles. This feature is available until March 31, 2020. A public relations officer from SOD said that they “hope [their] customers can smile a little.”

As expected, the offer became a hit among customers, causing the site’s server to crash because of the high volume of traffic. As of 4 pm on March 13, the site’s traffic was thrice higher than usual the day the offer was announced, according to SOD Prime’s Twitter account.

As if that’s not already enough, SOD also announced that they will give away SOD Basara Masturbation Aids for the first 200 people who will register for the offer.

As for those asking if the videos are still going to be “mosaic,” the answer is yes. Those who do not yet know what “mosaic” means, go ahead and Google.

Prior to this, adult video platform Pornhub also gave free access of its premium service to people in Italy, which suffered the severe impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The service is available until April 3.

Japan has more than 1,500 cases of COVID-19 as of March 16. The government has implemented stricter measures to contain the spread of virus. Around 700 of these cases came from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship.

Travel restrictions have since been applied and mass gatherings are strictly prohibited.

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