“I’m (still) going to go (back) to a world where I have sex with beautiful women every day,” Deen says.
Gram reminds us that porn stars are born, not made, with this week’s Porn Star Birthdays
A sleek, informative, and convivial adult business conference with an accompanying awards ceremony, January’s XBiz360 conference was also a subtle battleground of ideas the adult industry is chewing on, from Content vs. Traffic to Free vs. Pay to Old vs. New. The conference underscored the lingering division between Content and Traffic in the porn business,…
Gram Ponante profiles three books worth reading, two that tell us about how we got here and one that wonders why we stay.
“Well, we’re good girls,” says underpantsless Lisa, “but whatever we can’t give you, we make up in enthusiasm.”
A pornographer who was an unlikely political activist, Riccardo Schicchi, 60, directed Cicciolina in “The Red Telephone,” Italy’s first hardcore film.
For many on stage and in the audience, there is a feeling of nostalgia and loss, as if it could never be that way again.
Gram Ponante talks with Nick Manning about the porn veteran’s new business venture, ElectronicBling.com
I’m convinced that the future of porn most reliably rests in first-person adventures like Dani Daniels’ “Dare,” in which the movie is all about the personality of its star.
In an attempt to please her inappropriately sexualized father, a woman is initiated into a dangerous business while in a questionable state of mind by two masked men who have sex with her. Perhaps “Batgirl XXX” is a metaphor for porn in general.
…the recent contract Adam & Eve awarded Alexis Texas means both recognition and stability. Texas is really good at what she does on screen, and she is great engaging with fans when only camera phones are present.
Keep reminding yourself that “Elements of Desire” is 19 years old.
Perhaps Nina does love Ron, but then they go and fuck a bunch of other people and never see each other again.
“I see the twisted remains of melted metal that was once a bike, and the wreckage of the humanity and families that are what’s left over of a $12,000 joyride which, yes, crashed, because they didn’t take it seriously.”
While Harmony Films’ “The Cult” is neither David Koresh nor L. Ron Hubbard (unless you connect Tom Cruise via “Eyes Wide Shut”), no one can say that porn doesn’t have its finger on topical subjects.
Michael Ninn may have been one of the last pornographers to receive funding for a movie by means of a shoebox full of cash.
If you’re going to interview someone about his rum, the right thing to do is to have consumed a lot of it beforehand
B. Skow’s announcement that he is “cordially” leaving Vivid is the second such departure notice in a week. It’s probably nothing.
Belladonna and family like the work of Calef Brown
If their lives were a buddy movie, it would have a triple-X rating. Now Tim Case and Mike South, veteran pornographers, strip club managers, and straight-shooting old world gentlemen, have compiled a decade of blog posts and dressing room banter into the entertaining blook “Stripper Quotes And Other Stories From the Sex Industry”