Jesse Jane quells resignation rumors by re-signing, perhaps resignedly.
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“Portrait of A Call Girl” is my favorite porn movie in a long time.
It is possible for adult humans to recognize the difference between entertainment and real-life violence.
“Key West is a delightful place,” says JM Darling. “Part theme park, part time capsule. And Sovereign is just this very American girl. She just looked good there.”
I turn to a colleague and say, “Her ass is like a miracle of science.”
“Yes,” he says.
Michael Ninn has released the trailer to his long-awaited “The Four”
Simone wears an expression that Gallant is wired to want to slap off her face.
If Ron Paul’s influence can be felt at a bukkake, how far is he from capturing the hearts and minds of all Americans?
Lorelei Lee has co-written “Cherry,” the first mainstream movie about the porn industry written by a porn performer.
Would you buy a house from this woman? I would. I’d buy two houses.
It is not every day that we get to think of Mott the Hoople
Gram speaks with the namesake of Kelly Shibari’s Big Beautiful Bukkake And Blowjob Show
“Fleshlightning” is like “Agnes of God” meets “Bikini-clad Cum Sluts” and without Thetans.
Gram Ponante speaks with Dr. Carol Queen of San Francisco’s Center for Sex & Culture
“My friends say I should do yoga,” says Hollie Stevens. “But yoga is for pussies.”
If San Francisco is a place where everyone has sex but might have a tendency to be too in your face about it, Los Angeles is the hub of people profiting from sex but who might not be that good at it themselves.
Katsuni says, “I always compare the adult industry with the famous apple that Eve bited in the Eden garden.”
Nearly a quarter century after his death, interest in John C. Holmes isn’t “Exhausted,” and you get the feeling Holmes wouldn’t have had it any other way.
“The consumer could be the biggest loser” almost made me shit myself.
The Wonderland Murders became the Porn Industry’s first big scandal, and AHF and AIM had nothing to do with it