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Lexica has been getting a fucking ton of attention lately, and you know what’s funny? I’m sure a lot of their visitors think it’s a totally wholesome site. They get a good seven million visitors a month, so I have to wonder just how many of them are using the site to jack off. If you know my name, you already know exactly what I’m doing with this futuristic technology. (And if you don’t know my name, open your eyes a little wider. I am The Porn Dude and welcome to my website!)
Lexica.art bills itself as The Stable Diffusion Search Engine, sifting through thousands of AI-generated images. While a lot of folks out there have been using the AI model to create cat memes, vintage family photos, fake history pics and anime oil paintings, pervs like you and me have been generating imagery with a bit more boobies and butts. I’ve been having a blast reviewing the different AI porn generators out there, and today seemed like a good day to delve into the topic from another angle. Let’s see what kind of electric sheep these androids are wet dreaming of.
More Fun Than Google Image SearchAs newfangled and absolutely fucking amazing as AI art generators are, I’m often blown away by just how low-tech the websites look. Some of them roll with the most basic, barebones aesthetic, and you get the sense the nerds behind the scenes have just totally neglected the design element. I have to give Lexica credit for having one of the sleekest layouts I’ve seen out of any of these first-generation AI sites.
It’s nothing fancy, but it looks like a search engine, the presentation slightly elevated by the modern typography and darker color scheme. The search bar itself is front and center, as it would be on most search engines, with a spread of AI art thumbnails stretching on and on below. I like the columns of asymmetrical pics, another strong sign you’re viewing a 21st century website.
I’ve got the front page of Lexica.art pulled up right now, and the whole thing is 100% SFW. They’re showing me fresh AI pics of Spiderman, pandas in Pokemon costumes, stained glass eagles and science fiction cityscapes. There are fake photos and simulated paintings of people, but they’ve all got their clothes on and none of them are doing anything kinky.
If you follow my link above or you type NSFW into the search bar, things start looking a little different. Now, all of pics are women, typically wearing tight dresses, lingerie, or the type of skimpy battle gear that’d get somebody killed in a sword fight, but looks sexy as hell in a video game. You get a sense for what kind of nerds play with Stable Diffusion and Lexica.art, because there’s a lot more sci-fi, anime, furry and superheroine types than you’d expect on a typical adult site.
In either case, the main page or NSFW results, Lexica showcases the impressive range of material being cranked out by Stable Diffusion. It’s not just the diversity of subject matter that catches my eye, but the variety of artistic styles recreated almost perfectly by machine. From pretend watercolors and oil paintings to fake photos to drawings that really look human made, the possibilities are damn near endless.
But Where Is the AI Porn?Honestly, the Lexica.art search results for NSFW ain’t exactly as filthy as I was hoping. Maybe I’m a bit of a jaded masturbator from spending my days cranking it to the hottest porn sites on the internet, not to mention banging top-shelf pornstars over on the PornDudeCasting couch, but the lack of naked breasts and exposed, dripping vaginas was a bit of a bummer. I created an account, signing in with Google in the hopes of unlocking some pervier material, but nothing changed.
Lexica has a thriving community with a busy-ass Discord. I’m whipping up this review on a Monday afternoon, and there are nearly 7,000 members online just after lunch time, plus another 70k or so who ain’t connected right now. This server requires phone number verification if you’re looking to chat, but is potentially the best place to get some firsthand advice if you’re having trouble generating your own AI art.
Unfortunately, the rules for the Discord server only confirmed my suspicions. I’d say they go even farther than some other sites do with their prudish community guidelines, because they specifically tell you that only G-rated content is allowed. Well, I have jerked it to the occasional Disney film, but it wasn’t my easiest fap.
Last week, I reviewed the Unstable Diffusion Discord, and it’s a completely different story over there. Their server is SFW by default, but one simple click during the intro process unlocks all the seriously filthy AI generated porn their users have been stacking to the ceiling. Perhaps that’s why five times as many users were connected than when I visited Lexica’s server today.
I tried running a few searches like I might on a porn tube. Lexica turned up AI pics of girls with their mouths open for Blowjob, literal dogs wearing sunglasses for Doggystyle, and a whole gallery of weird, deformed tootsies for Foot Fetish. Queries for Wonder Woman, Big Breasts, and Slutty Pornstar Taking Dick all turned up images that you could potentially crank off to if you were hard up, though none of them were particularly explicit.
Build Your Own Pretty LadiesBefore I checked out Lexica.art for myself, I saw an article about it that claimed it was even more fun to play with than the actual AI art generators producing the material. After poking around a bit, I really don’t agree with that, especially given the lack of AI porn around here. It’s cool seeing other peoples’ creations, sure, but it’d be a lot cooler if they were creating nudes and sex scenes.
If you get bored of sifting through the pile on Lexica, you can always try your hand at creating your own AI art with their prompt-based generator. The site offers a few different membership tiers, and those willing to shell out a few bucks will get faster generations and more credits to play with. Unpaid users can create a limited number of free images to see how well the machine works.
I decided to start with a simple request typed into the box: “pretty girl, huge boobs, standing on a beach”. I hit the Generate button and watched as the progress bar began filling. Before it got far, though, it stopped, replaced by a message saying the term “boobs” has been banned to keep Lexica age appropriate. “If we see that you are intentionally and repeatedly trying to break our rules then we may disable your account.”
I replaced “huge boobs” with “skimpy bikini” and tried again. This time, Lexica banged out four photorealistic images of exactly what I’d ask for. I tightened my request, tacking on “red hair, hand on hip, curvy”. The resulting thick redheads were sexier to my eyes than the original set.
I like how Lexica generates four high-quality images at a time. Once you’ve got a good request dialed in, you can just keep hitting the Generate button to build your own little army of dream girls. The one small, shitty catch is that the pics are still SFW.
Be careful, though, because you can easily burn through your 100 monthly freebies in a matter of minutes. At that point, you’ll face the question of whether or not to sign up for a premium account. Personally, I’d be more likely to splurge on something like SoulGen. Lexica offers ten times as many credits per month for the same price, but SoulGen does boobies. Those are kind of a key feature for the end masturbator.
Lexica.art may not be the perfect site for a horny dude who’s jacking off, but I’d say it has more masturbatory potential than something like Google Image Search. The real value here is in the incredible diversity of material. While a lot of AI art enthusiasts are just making funny Kermit the Frog pics or photos of the President eating hot dogs, plenty of dudes like you and me are describing their ideal women to the robot. Want to see the pics?
- AI image search engine
- Impressive variety of content
- Thriving community, helpful discord
- Prompt-based ai art generator
- Limited freebies (100 pics per month)
- Largely sfw – not the easiest fap
- NSFW terms banned from ai art generator