It's not a surprise that the site is very similar to successful sister site Flirt.com, but there are a few differences that lead us to feel that of the two, Be Naughty is the less impressive for site design.
For example, there is a very small and thin main navigation bar at the top of the members area.
In fact, it's tiny, and we can't really figure out the reason for this.
To make things worse from a design perspective, the icons for accessing messages, checking notifications, accessing the instant chat, etc are all bunched up in the corner, with lots of wasted space in the main nav that could be far better used.
As you would expect, Be Naughty's brand of online sex searching follows the same principles as other major NSA hookup sites like Adult Friend Finder (see our Adult Friend Finder Review) and () with a 'look but don't touch' approach to free membership.
You can read messages and look at the profiles of people that show up in your advanced searches, but any outgoing communication, aside from a wink or a like, will require a membership upgrade.
I'm currently a non paying member on a few sites including AFF and as it looks like I'll have a bit more time over the next few months I'll probably join one or two for a month to see if the contact options lead anywhere.
It's quick and easy to join BN, even without mandatory email verification (unlike other dating sites, you get straight into the members area), but there is a message at the top of the page that reminds you that in order to receive all messages and keep up with other members' activity, you must eventually confirm your email.
The site is sleek and simple to navigate, as you'd expect from an XXX industry behemoth like Be Naughty.
), it makes sense that this environment has been recreated here and definitely adds a nice social side to the BN site.
You can read what's going on in the chatrooms without upgrading but to join in the fun you need to take out a subscription.