See this picture across the banner on the top of the page? The intriguing JACKtheZIPPER took a series of them starring me and the whippetlike trailergirl Marina Angel in a room of the Alexis Park Hotel in Vegas. As I get older (especially in this business), I worry about appearing creepy. Seriously, what am I…
On the advice of counsel I recently watched the Netflix documentary “Hot Girls Wanted,” a very nice little snapshot of one way porn is done in 2015. Produced by Rashida Jones of “Parks And Recreation” fame, the doc follows several aspiring porn stars living in the Miami office/home of Hussie Models (I mentioned this on…
Women with verbs in their names are action-oriented.
Sometimes we are worried that it may not be the right idea.
Two guys review “My Hotwife’s Gangbang”: My Jaw Dropped When I Saw #4 (Hint: There Is No Number Four)
In a way, it’s like declaring June National Buy Gas Month.
When 40 percent of the nation’s top porn movies are about fucking your stepmom, you’ve got to wonder.
Stroll through the sticky archives of some of the classiest porn movies of all time
Siffredi leaves a legacy of nearly 2,000 movies shot on three continents.
I can see that it’s a football.
Notes from the 12th Porn Standards Conclabe CHATSWORTH, Calif.— Calling to order the 12th Annual Porn Standards Conclabe at the Lamplighter Restaurant here, Porn Valley Chamber of Commerce Chairperson Loup Perch-Tounge welcomed industry dramaturgs, archivists, scribes, and tastemakers from as far away as Tampa to both Portlands as well as sizable retinues from San Francisco,…
Is removing three letters across two names going to be enough for Kota Sky?
Photographer Steve Diet Goedde is a revered and respectful chronicler of California’s fetish and otherwise-professionally-nude scene.
The year’s first porn delivery tells the future.
In Calabasas with the pumpkilicious Anikka Albrite and my past.
“Our vaginas are not a proving ground for men to make us squirt,” says Vagina #1
What emerged during this brief moratorium was a call for solidarity and education, not only as a token of compassion but also for the industry’s image.
No one assumes a non-famous battered wife must have done something to deserve the beating.
“That’s me, isn’t it?” Michelle Dockery said. “The one with the very large breasts?”
“…this is the type of flash-in-the-pan campaign that puts into perspective where shame should really be placed.”