While regular porn is all well and good, the future of the online fun lies in the virtual realm.
Instead of merely focusing on increased realism and titillation, though, one company pioneering the technology is also promoting sex therapy.
As well as creating standard smutty content, they'll produce videos that have educational undertones in the hope of improving your performance in the bedroom.
The BaDoinkVr 'Virtual Sexology' service will be offered alongside a subscription service, aiming to teach methods to help men last longer and become more confident in the sack.
The content has also been developed under the guidance of the marriage and family therapist Hernando Chaves, who told the Guardian: "People can experience insecurity and stresses of being sexual with other partners.
"Virtual reality can help them feel more empowered and confident so that when they are in real situations they can decrease anxiety to get an erection or have one that lasts longer."
Todd Glider, CEO of BaDoinkVR, indicated that future scenes could tackle premature ejaculation, impotence and fear of intimacy, as well as focusing on sexual hang-ups women face, too.
In the meantime, just get working on your script for when you inevitably get caught with the headset on while 'learning' about sex.
From: Digital Spy UK