Goodbye Red Light Network, Hello AdultVisor

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Dear Readers,

I’m excited to announce the rebranding of Red Light Network as AdultVisor.

As we complete our relaunch, AdultVisor ( aims to pick up where Red Light Network left off — and take things up a notch. We want to deliver a better experience for our readers on every level.

  • A renewed commitment to superior quality coverage of the adult industry
  • An active presence on social media
  • Deeper research
  • Better content

Our mission is to deliver the web’s most comprehensive guide to online adult entertainment.

To do that, we felt it was time to say goodbye to the ‘Red Light’ brand, a throwback to our halcyon days running blogs about the ‘sex scenes’ in various cities. The RLN started as my pet project during a (fruitful) gap year living in Sydney, but it has turned in to a different beast altogether.

We’ve changed a lot over the years, and we will continue to evolve as

RLN to AdultVisor

What’s Changing?

Not much on the surface.

Dig a little deeper and we’re overhauling hundreds of tiny processes to serve you better.

Our number one priority is to provide the highest-quality coverage of the adult industry. Our readers come back regularly for our hot takes, and we don’t want to disappoint.

We’re revamping all of our existing guides, some of which hadn’t been updated since 2019. You don’t need me to tell you that the adult industry moves fast. Too fast for a site like ours to hit Publish and bugger off thinking the job is done.

It never is.

I’m working alongside a group of experts to ensure all of our content is accurate, up-to-date and as engaging as it should be. We don’t want to merely skim the surface of the products and services we talk about. We want to go the extra mile, showing you exactly what’s hot and what’s not in the adult space.

That means getting our hands (and Internet Search History) dirty.

Very dirty indeed.

We’re Hiring

The other major change is we are getting increasingly hungry. Talent hungry.

We want to work with skilled writers, editors and YouTube creators to grow AdultVisor and take our content to the next level. Do you think you can help?

First stop: Take a look at the different sections on our site.

Have you got a burning lewd passion — or first-hand experience of the adult industry — that our readers would love to hear about? Can you communicate effectively and research like a demon on crack?

We need expert contributions in all of the following:

  • Adult gaming news and reviews
  • Porn industry trends
  • Porn site reviews
  • Cam site reviews
  • Cam model advice & experiences
  • Artificial Intelligence (of the NSFW variety)

Got the skills and want to get paid for talking smut?

Let’s talk.

Drop me a message:

AdultVisor relaunch

The New

As you can see, we’ve completed our transition from the old RLN blog to the new AdultVisor-branded design.

I’ve been sweating my you-know-whats off trying to keep the site online (and not break it into a million tiny dirty pieces). With that said, there may be a few bugs and hiccups scattered around.

If you spot anything particularly hairy, please feel free to drop us an email. It would be much appreciated.

I’m confident we will have any issues sorted over the coming days.

Thanks for your support, and welcome to the brand new!

– Simon


Simon Regal

Simon Regal is the editor and founder of AdultVisor, with a decade of experience covering the adult entertainment industry. Simon's background includes collaborations with two pioneering adult studios at the forefront of VR tech. His work has been featured in Men's Health, Vice and TechCrunch. Simon is a regular attendee on the adult conference circuit, making appearances at XBiz, The European Summit and AdultCon in 2023. Say hello if you see him!
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