How to Block Access to (and other adult sites):

As the #1 adult website on the internet, we believe it is our responsibility to help educate Internet users on all the available methods to block adult sites from their computers.  We believe that our website should only be accessible to responsible consenting adults.  This page will teach you how to restrict access to our website as well as other websites that contain content that may not be suitable for all audiences.


In greater detail:

1. The Parental Control Bar - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

The Website Rating And Advisory Council at has released a free and highly effective tool called the Parental Control Bar.  It is 100% free and safe to install on your computer.  It will work together with your web browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari to filter websites that may contain content inappropriate for children.

How it works:  To activate the filter, you must first set it to Child Mode. Then every time your child tries to load any website, the Parental Control Bar checks the content labels of the requested website to see if it complies with your Parental Settings.  For example, if you tell the Parental Control Bar to filter websites that contain Nudity, and then he or she attempts to open, the Parental Control Bar will see that is labeled as containing Nudity and it will NOT load the website unless the Parental Password is entered.  (Learn more about how labels work.)

In the case where a website does not contain a content label, the Parental Control Bar will treat it as an Unlabeled website and block it unless you specifically allow it or change your Parental Settings.

Additionally, the Parental Control Bar has a "Kid Tracker" which keeps a history of the websites your child has attempted to load, along with a record of whether the Parental Control Bar allowed it or not.  If you feel that some websites should be explicitly blocked or allowed, simply enter them into the Block List or Allowed List and the Parental Control Bar will follow your instructions.

Click here for the Parental Tool Bar Tutorial so you can see exactly how it works.

In summary:  Great software, works on all browsers, 100% free. Download it now!



2. Internet Explorer's Content Advisor

Another option to restrict access to websites that may contain inappropriate content is by using the Content Advisor feature that is already built into the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.

Here are step-by-step instructions on how to set it up, it is extremely easy and there is nothing to download.

We believe that this Content Advisor filter by itself is not quite as effective as the Parental Control Bar:

  • The Parental Control Bar works with the newer ICRA labels, while Content Advisor only works with the older PICS labels. Learn more about labels here.

  • The Parental Control Bar works with multiple browsers including Mozilla Firefox, while Content Advisor only works with Internet Explorer.

  • The Parental Control Bar has features like Kid Tracker and is generally much more user-friendly than Content Advisor.

Note 1:  When you first enable Content Advisor, the default setting will be to ALLOW websites that do not have any content labels.  You will have to change your settings if you wish to block unlabeled websites.

Note 2:  The Firefox browser does not have a feature like the Content Advisor but the parent company of is currently funding its development.

In summary:  Already built into your Internet Explorer.  For the reasons above, not quite as effective as the Parental Control Bar but still works really well. Set up Internet Explorer Content Advisor now!



3. The Membership Blacklist

We've set up a blacklist database where anyone can submit e-mail addresses that will then be forever forbidden from registering for membership access with

Remember: The ONLY thing that a blacklisted user will be stopped from doing is signing up to our website with the blacklisted e-mail address.  A blacklisted user will still be able to go to our public homepage at  A blacklisted user will still be able to sign up to our website using a different e-mail address. A blacklisted user will still be able to go to all other websites on the web.

Note: If you want to delete your membership with us, simply click here to login to the members area and click on the Delete Your Account link.  Once you delete your account, we will never contact you.  The blacklist goes a step further to make sure that you can never sign up again.

In summary:  The blacklist can be a useful tool in certain situations, but we strongly recommend using it in conjunction with other filtering methods.



4. Commercial Filtering Software

There are hundreds of commercial products out there that call themselves internet porn filters that claim to block out adult sites from your computer.  Unfortunately, there is no way to tell if they really work without paying the high costs of purchase and subscription.  Here are some common issues:

a) Not blocking enough
. One of the oldest and most famous porn filters is called Net Nanny.  But when we used their "family-friendly search engine" at to search for porn, we found direct links to hardcore porn sites.

Even our own website URL appears in their index even though we have repeatedly attempted to contact them and asked them to remove it.  Of course, we should not have to contact them in the first place since we have encoded every available label into our website to show that we are inappropriate for minors.  Our homepage title clearly marks us as an adult site which should obviously be filtered:

Our Title: - Your #1 Free Adult Megasite. Free Porn, Free XXX, Free Sex!

It is possible that Net Nanny's search engine is very different from its internet porn filter.  All filters are not the same and whatever filter you install should be tested thoroughly to make sure it blocks the content you deem inappropriate.

b) Blocking too much
. Perhaps an even bigger problem than failing to block all adult sites is that of  filtering many false-positives like articles on "breast cancer" or "medical marijuana" or "Superbowl XXX" due to overly sensitive keyword filters.  Controversial speech is also often blocked by these filters.  In a famous example, the popular internet filter CyberSitter actually blocked the Time Magazine website after Time Magazine published an article criticizing CyberSitter's filtering technique.

When you install a commercial filter you are handing over censorship rights to a corporation that will then determine what you may or may not view, according to its own secret proprietary rules.

c) The good things.  Commercial filters do have their benefits.  For example, good commercial filters are often able to filter out adult websites based on keywords that appear on webpages rather than only the presence or absence of content labels.  Most filters are able to monitor Instant Message conversations as well as community sites like MySpace which are potentially the most dangerous for minors.  Also, they keep track of online activities and even log all computer keystrokes which parents can check at any time.

If you search Google for internet porn filter you will find tons of "recommendations" for various commercial products.  Beware: these are just sales pitches so the affiliate websites can receive commissions.  We've researched this issue at length and found two products that might be worth a try:

We are deliberately NOT using an affiliate code on the commercial links above so we will NOT receive a commission in the event you decide to try them.  We believe that it is not right for us to profit from the sale of filtering software purchased to block our site. 

In summary:  We strongly recommend trying the free Parental Control Bar first.  If that does not satisfy your needs then try commercial filters like CyberSitter or ContentWatch.


5. Personal Things YOU can do!

a) Protect your kids.  We don't expect you to take parenting tips from a porn site, but we've compiled a very short list of very informative articles that every parent should take the time to read.

b) Protect yourself
.  Always remember that adult websites are nothing more than a source of fictional entertainment.  The situations, actions, and reactions depicted in adult movies are NOT real.  These are paid performers ACTING in pre-scripted roles.  We're telling you the truth here.  Do NOT let what you see in these fictional movies effect REAL life!

If your life is being effected by porn, or if your desire to watch porn is overwhelming, you may be suffering from what some consider pornography addiction.  Please visit the website and learn about the steps you can take to get yourself on the road to recovery.  Then follow the steps at the top of this page to block this website and other adult websites from your computer.

c) Test your filters.  Once you decide on a filtering method, please test it.  Every filter you install will have some settings that you can change for your personal specifications.  Test your filter by trying to open websites that contain inappropriate content.  If you are able to reach them that means your filter is not working properly.  Adjust your settings or try a different filtering method.

d) Clean your computer.  Even after you have installed a filter to block inappropriate websites, you may still have traces of previously downloaded data on your computer, such as browser history, cookies, and much more.  We recommend an excellent FREE tool called CCleaner that will help you remove these traces from your computer.  Take a tour of CCleaner to learn what it can do.

Note: This will not remove any files such as pictures or movies that you may have deliberately saved to your computer.  The only way to get rid of those files is to delete them yourself.


If you have any comments or questions, please CONTACT US or read our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Back to the top - learn about blocking access to our website.

Below is a slightly more in-depth look at how our website labels itself to make sure that it is properly blocked by internet filters.  We urge other adult websites to follow our example.

What is Website Content Labeling?

Labeling is the term given to the process where websites place specific hidden code into their webpages that tells filtering software that the website may be inappropriate for some audiences.  If a website does not contain a label, the filter will treat the website as "Unlabeled" and may or may not block the website depending on the filter settings.  Clearly, filters work best when websites label themselves.

The following is a list of labeling standards that our website supports.  We make sure to always have the latest labels and support all appropriate labeling standards.

1. The most widespread labeling systems called PICS was developed by, the Recreation Software Advisory Council.  In 1999, RSAC merged into and now RSAC no longer exists, but Internet Explorer's Content Advisor still filters best with this very old code.  That is why we still include it in our webpages.

Our Code: <meta http-equiv="pics-Label" content='(pics-1.1 "" l gen true for "" r (n 3 s 3 v 0 l 3 oa 2 ob 2 oc 2 od 0 oe 0 of 2 og 0 oh 0 c 3) gen true for "" r (n 3 s 3 v 0 l 3 oa 2 ob 2 oc 2 od 0 oe 0 of 2 og 0 oh 0 c 3))' />

2. The new leader in website labeling is, the Internet Content Rating Association.  After absorbing RSAC, ICRA developed what looks to be a much sleeker label with more flexibility.  However, it seems that some web browsers still do not fully support this new label, but hopefully they will soon.

Our Code: <link rel="meta" href="" type="application/rdf+xml" title="ICRA labels" />

Our two codes above might look like random characters to you, but internet filters read the following: is labelled as possibly containing:

  • Exposed breasts
  • Bare buttocks
  • Visible genitals
  • Passionate kissing
  • Obscured or implied sexual acts
  • Visible sexual touching
  • Explicit sexual language
  • Erections/explicit sexual acts
  • Erotica
  • No violence
  • Abusive or vulgar terms
  • Profanity or swearing
  • Mild expletives
  • Depiction of tobacco use
  • Depiction of alcohol use
  • Depiction of drug use
  • Content that sets a bad example for young children: that teaches or encourages children to perform harmful acts or imitate dangerous behaviour
  • User-generated content such as chat rooms and message boards (unmoderated)

You can test any other labeled website for yourself at the official ICRA Label Tester.


3. We've taken the additional step to register with the ICRAchecked program.  This allows administrators to manually verify our ICRA label to make sure it is both accurate and compliant with their policies.  Furthermore, our website is then added to an online database of labeled websites which can then be used as a "blacklist" of sites to block for family-friendly search engines and other portals that cater to children.


4. There has been a movement in the adult industry to simplify and standardize the labeling process so that a website can easily mark itself as "adults-only" without going through a more complicated labeling procedure as described above. With that in mind, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection at came up with a new label called Restricted To Adults at

Our Code: <meta name="Rating" content="RTA-5042-1996-1400-1577-RTA">

Our personal feeling is that the descriptive and website-specific label used by has the potential to be more flexible and effective than this one.  However, as a Guardian Member of the ASACP we stand behind their efforts to create a label that is so simple that ALL adult websites should consider implementing it.


5. Our last label is the oldest and simplest of them all, the first standardized internet label that allowed website owners to give ratings to their webpages. Originally, this rating system was not very popular, but now a movement by is seeking to resurrect it!

Our Code: <meta name="Rating" content="Mature">

(Originally, other content ratings besides "Mature" included: "Safe For Kids", "General", "14 Years", "Restricted" ... but is trying to standardize the process by ONLY using "Mature")

We hope that the information on this page was informative.  We will keep this webpage up-to-date with all of the current developments in Internet filtering and website content labeling.

If you have any comments or questions, please CONTACT US or read our Frequently Asked Questions page.