Pink Visual, Male Spectrum Start 'Cash for Clunkers' Program

VAN NUYS, Calif. — As the U.S. government-sponsored "Cash for Clunkers" program ends, adult studio Pink Visual and its gay counterpart Male Spectrum have started a new promotion to combat what they are calling "porn burnout."

"Because it does not receive the amount of media attention that the struggling auto industry has received, many people are unaware of this growing pandemic," said Kim Kysar, brand manager for both studios. "Many Americans, and other porn consumers around the world, are suffering from having to watch the same old porn they already own, over and over again. With the economy still in a slump, many consumers are unable to finance new porn, and they are despondent over the prospects for an erotic recovery."

For the month of September, both studios will offer consumers a special discounted membership rate to obtain some fresh porn. Consumers who sign up to one of four Pink Visual/Male Spectrum sites will receive a special monthly rate of $9.95 for full access. In addition to discounted website memberships, the companies are also offering a discount of up to 50 percent on their DVDs.

To receive the promotional rate consumers should enter the promotional code "clunker" when signing up or checking out at these sites:,,,, or the mobile sites in the premium sections of and

"We are going the extra mile to bring the porn to the consumers in multiple methods, including via their mobile phones, so that no consumer will be left behind," Kysar said. "As a company, we pride ourselves on our innovative nature and offer consumers multiple avenues to experience our porn. Consumers can visit us online at or to subscribe or purchase DVDs, or visit us on the privacy of their Internet-capable mobile phones at or"