We’re taking you on a historical tour of the legendary babeshow / and web channel, Sexstation. For those of you who don’t remember Sexstation, it was an iconic live XXX interactive phonesex show and British porn show. Sexstation catapulted many girl’s careers in the adult industry, including models such as Jasmine Jae, Ava Delush, Harmony Reigns and Karlie Simon.
From 2006 through to 2014, the pornographic channel, Sexstation was broadcast, then it briefly returned in 2018. Preeti and Priya, two iconic Babestation babes, were welcomed to the newly revived Sexstation for nude and topless shows, but for some reason, the newly redesigned Sexstation didn’t quite have the same attraction as it had all those years ago. Was the emotion of nostalgia missing? Trying to be too glitzy, perhaps?
Sexstation first appeared on Rampant TV and on the Lucky Star channel (Sky 910) in 2006 from 9pm until the wee hours of the morning. For the first six months, it was known as Live XXX before gradually changing its name to Sexstation. Karina Currie, Tammy Oldham, and Kimmy Haze debuted as glamour models on Live XXX/Sexstation and went on to have wildly lucrative careers in the babeshow and porn business. Karina was known for her BDSM, bondage, domination and edging sections where subs would call her for descriptive JOI adult phone chat whilst watching hey strip naked.
When it was still Live XXX, it was only available online and on Sky’s Adult channel, which was available for free from 9pm-11pm before switching to encryption. The nude depravity all happened during encryption, when viewers could witness the models get topless or naked, use dildos, and perform live girl-girl lesbian porn performances.
Viewers no longer had to deal with encryption after Live XXX changed to Sexstation, and the show remained free-to-air from 9pm until 5.30am. The paywall was removed, yet viewers could still access the same XXX content. Ratings increased by over double. Calls for hardcore cheap phone sex with the on-screen babes flooded in. Additionally, viewers could submit texts and pictures of themselves for a chance to be featured on the show and, if they were lucky, receive a commendation from the presenter. Interestingly, Sexstation (web only) featured the first ever incarnation of Pervcam but unlike today, where you get to view the models’ explicit camera feed, back then you used to be able to view the entire studio including production from a y view.
The 30-minute documentary ‘Porn Star Diaries’, which was produced by Sexstation and starred Michelle Moist, was released in 2007. The documentary followed British porn star Michelle Moist as she interviewed other porn performers including Nina Roberts and Bobbi Eden, who subsequently participated in a lesbian girl-girl scene together. Sexstation stayed on the air until 2014 when audience numbers started to dwindle.
Sexstation was a major innovator for the webcam business today. In reality, it was live sex on television. Sexstation started letting customers manage a remote-controlled camera in 2006. Then, starting in 2008, they started producing their very first extreme webseries. With a combination of webcam, open leg and girl-on-girl pervcam action. Viewers could access the same kind of phonesex chat they could receive on the other babe channels. Sexstation left the air in 2011 and branded itself as a web-only show up until 2014, when it changed its name to Babestation Unleashed.
The well-known babes who were so popular during Sexstation’ xxx heyday filtered across to Babestation TV and Babestation Cams.
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