In the end, many of them cried.
A new adult awards show threatens to return sparkle and panche to the porn industry.
Submissives are father to the master
“Our vaginas are not a proving ground for men to make us squirt,” says Vagina #1
“This is made for people from Oklahoma and Kansas,” the earnest and affable Beck says after the screening. “That’s why there’s a dog in every scene.”
Two books tell a story about porn in a (better?) time and place
Dick Tracy was the third performer since 2010 who has died after altercations with police.
“Live life to the fullest, without fear or regret.”
“A friend I met on Craigslist [took me to a BDSM dungeon]” says actor Jean Franzblau. “I had no idea the rabbit hole would go so deep.”
Carlos Batts and April Flores were like an interracial porno-fabulous Andrew Wyeth and Helga.
Gram Ponante attends the second CatalystCon West
A little story about the biggest porn movie of the century, “Pirates.”
The AHF reveals a John Doe in a specially-choreographed unveiling.
The Wonderland Murders made John Holmes’ petty thievery on-set look quaint by comparison
Most visitors will leave “Psychopathia.Sexualis.NSFW” with a validation of something they already know: No man likes condoms. But the real takeaway is that the whole show has an NSA Prism program quality: How did she get our instant messages?
CatalystCon returns to Southern California from September 27-29 in Woodland Hills. You should go.
I’ve always felt that naming a Mainstream Favorite is like those movies where the protagonist forsakes his true friends—the misfits!—for the cool kids who have always been mean to him, and will be again.
Unlike many upstart adult award shows, the FANNYs sound like they might occur again
“The Nightmare Galaxy is mine!” proclaimed Psylocke, powder emanating from her skin-tight rubber exosleleton.
Perhaps if he lives in the Lincoln Tunnel, he is technically from Manhattan, but his shirt, unbuttoned to a sunburned gut, suggests Hoboken.