With access to more porn than you could watch in a lifetime only a few clicks away, it's hard to imagine why anyone would still get in their car, head to a sex shop and pay actual money to sit on a sofa in a small room, watch porn and masturbate. This universal truth is why wanking booths in porn shops around the world have been mostly boarded up — but there are a few of them still standing. I wanted to how these booths remain profitable enough to stay open, so decided to visit the last ones in the Netherlands, speak to their owners and find out about the erotically nostalgic souls frequenting them. Mme Mercedess is a family-run business started by a woman who went by "Madame Mercedess", and was later run by her sister. The sex shop is located in an old stately building in the Hague, and the booths and the screening room are on the first floor, right above the shop. Current owner Simon tells me they used to have eight booths and are now down to four.
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Seinfeld, the mostly male-centric show about the life of a fictional version of Jerry Seinfeld and his friends, turns 30 this week. We have it to thank for many of the tropes, characters, and storylines that make up standard sitcom storytelling today, but we may also have it to thank for the recent deluge of women wanking. Louis-Dreyfus set new goalposts for writers of female characters.