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Published on April 29th, 2014 | by Alex Skerratt

Doctor Who and the Curse of the Porn Parodies

Brace yourselves – Doctor Who is getting its own porn parody. Called Doctor Whore.

Produced by woodrocket.com., the new project was announced on Twitter by site owner Lee Roy Myers, who promised the spin-off would be hitting the small screen in May. He also released a promotional image for the production, which showed the traditional Doctor Who logo with the TARDIS insignia having been replaced by a penis.

Of course this isn’t the first time the Doctor has ventured into unfamiliar territory. The more worldly of Whovians may remember 2005′s Doctor Screw, or Abducted by the Daleks (not to mention Doctor Who and the Filthy Phaleks), while the older fans may recall Katy Manning’s extra curricular activities with a Dalek (pictured) in the late 1970s.

Personally I’d rather have The Keys of Marinus Special Edition in 3D and full-colour, but if this kind of thing tickles your fancy, head on over to woodrocket.com to find out more.

(Via Bustle)

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21 Responses to Doctor Who and the Curse of the Porn Parodies

  1. avatar Lord Darth Tyeler says:

    Does this mean we can expect River Thong fairly soon?


    • Oh dear…!

  2. avatar Hoosier Whovian says:

    Or even Capt. Jack Hardness? (Haha, said it first!)


  3. I still have my copy of Abducted by the Daleks. Heehee

  4. avatar TimeChaser says:

    Oh dear. I can barely deal with shipping fan fictions. This is just… wrong. So wrong.

  5. avatar Geoff says:

    I can tolerate this but I draw the line if they do a hardcore Danish version featuring K9! Shudder!


  6. I rcompletely disagree with publicising this on Kasterberous

    • avatar Ben says:

      Agreed. It’s sad to see. It’s all about the hits though not integrity.


      • Integrity?

        We haven’t linked to the website of the producers. We’ve provided this information so that responsible parents can act on it, and be aware that material that may be innocently (or sniggeringly) watched by their school-age Doctor Who fan offsping exists.

        This is a topic I particularly feel strongly about. I compiled this feature in 2011 about the effects of pornography on young males: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/pornography-addiction/‎

        So there’s our integrity. Where’s yours?

        • avatar James Mclean says:

          Good lord, it’s a bit OTT to suggest this is about hits or integrity – it’s news. Maybe not news you are interested, or perhaps morally agree with in the content, but it’s still news. We’re not all cut from the same cloth, and I don’t see anyone lambasting the BBC or the Guardian for running stories on murders or disasters. Does letting readers indulge in the tragedy of others just count as page hits and lack of integrity?

          Just seems a moral double standard. All news, to some degree is exploitative, this, by comparison to most news churned out, even by broadsheets, doesn’t exploit anyone, doesn’t give any needless promotion beyond the subject, nor is it a commentary. It’s just data that might amuse or interest. We see news stories on drugs or murders but that doesn’t suggest the topic condones either. You can’t cherry pick topical news on a topical website, it’s not for Christian to swing a moral compass as to what or what isn’t morally appropriate. It’s not illegal activities here, regardless of your personal standpoint on the sexual morality.

          Give Christian some credit lol, he’s doing his job objectively regardless of his personal standpoint. That’s the sign of a good reporting!

          • avatar Ranger says:

            Totally agree with you James, especially about the good job Christian is doing

        • avatar Ben says:

          Where’s mine? I’m not the editor of a Doctor Who website advertising porn parodies of a family show. Honestly it just makes the site look cheap and a bit desperate therefore damaging your integrity. Something I thought the site was better than. Perhaps this post should have been worded better if you really wanted to highlight and issue rather than saying “hey head over to the porn here everyone.” Hardly a good message for younger readers.

          Rather than getting shirty with me look at the issue your readers raise.


          • No one is “getting shirty”. However if I look at the comments, it seems like a 50-50 split in favour/against.

            Or, you might try re-reading it. Where exactly do we say “head over to the porn”? The writer of this piece expresses his distaste, we don’t link to the producers website… I’m baffled by your attitude, frankly.

    • avatar John Miller says:

      Nobody is telling you to go to that website. It’s just telling you that people like this exist. That “stories” like this are made. Personally I don’t know whether to laugh at them or pity them. And I feel the same way about ‘shippers’.

  7. avatar TonyS says:

    Mary, I must agree with you

  8. avatar Perry Armstrong says:

    Something in the vein of the ‘Carry On…’ film series (naughty, rather than pornographic) would be better. I’d actually feel tempted to watch humorous remakes of classic missing episodes, such as ‘The Pantsless Ones’.

  9. avatar Christine says:

    Comparing Katy Manning’s rather discreet picture (despite her nakedness) with hard core porn, is taking it a bit far.

  10. avatar Ranger says:

    Isn’t there copyright on the use of the DW logo (in any of its forms)? Can’t think that the BBC would licence its use for this genre.

    • avatar Tutthole says:

      You are correct. But you also have to remember, no publicity is bad publicity. Historically, controversy breeds interest. BBC would be stupid to sue. Sure this porn company may make a few bucks on it. But in the grand scheme of things, those same people may turn around and hand BBC money. And with the fact that The Doctor is becoming more and more well known across the world. That is a potential gold mine for the BBC. Odds are if any legal action is taken, it will be behind closed doors. And there is Rule 34 and like half a dozen other DW inspired porn titles. A few actually use the word Dalek.

  11. avatar Francis Cave says:

    I am pretty sure something like this has been done before.

    I was at the Collectormania Event in Milton Keynes a couple of years ago and one seller in the dealers room was selling professional produced DVD’s featuring a version of the 2005-2009 Logo with a title like “Doctor Screw”.

  12. avatar alextye says:

    Storm in a teacup – just a light-hearted article, not an endorsement of the porn industry.

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