“Whether it’s modeling clay, dolls or crayons, a small number of people can be counted on to use it for something vulgar,” said Lucy Bradshaw, “Spore’s” executive producer.

Despite its “Sporn” issues, “Spore” is poised to become one of the most popular games because of its ability to let people tell their own story, rather than one mapped out for them, Bradshaw said.

“Rather than putting players in the shoes of Luke Skywalker or Frodo Baggins, we’re giving them the opportunity to be George Lucas or Peter Jackson, as they create their own universe from scratch,” she said.

But for every George Lucas and Peter Jackson, there’s always a spoiler.

Enter the Spornmaster, a 37-year-old Web developer who refused to give his name for this interview. He, like many others, has spent hours creating characters and turning them into sexual beings.

“It came up simply as something silly and juvenile to do,” he said.

If you head on over to CNN’s website, you can check out their latest article on Spore porn, or Sporn for short.  Ever since the Creature Creator’s release, many users have been creating their own adult creatures.  I don’t know why CNN is now talking about it…considering this was a hot topic last month, but I guess it is better late than never.

In my opinion?  As long as it is on a seperate site and not listed in the Sporepedia, it’s fine with me.  I don’t care about ever seeing it in my game, but to each of their own I guess.  I’m just wondering why they haven’t created an adult site to house these creatures… Sporegasm would be a great name for such a site. 😛