Gram signs on as editor of Gamelink’s Naked Truth and reluctantly admits that he is an “industry veteran.”
In “Barely Legal 133,” the lush yet petite Tawny Tyler sullenly polishes a caulking gun amongst the paint cans. That’s right: She does.
Hustler enters the Romance Porn market with “True Love Stories,” and that’s great, but I can’t help but wonder if they’re really in love when all Ashli Orion does is look at me.
Food sits atop most hierarchies of needs
If you’re like me, nothing evokes the holidays better than the slow application of pressure to the windpipe during sex.
Jesse Jane quells resignation rumors by re-signing, perhaps resignedly.
“Conan” combines the cheese of a Jim Holliday 90′s-era classic with all the regrettable tattoos, piercings, implants, gym memberships, greenscreens, and bald pussies today’s porn consumers crave. “Conan” is a fun throwback.
If, after all this time, you have become desensitized to the creepiness implied by the title “Barely Legal,” have no fear. “Barely Legal: Baby Fat,” which further suggests a time when these women were not legal, is here.
Like the way the Gideons distribute Bibles to hotel rooms, I imagine there is a service that places waterlogged, sticky, and dog-eared gentlemen’s magazines in the woods behind schools.
“The Twilight Zone” porn parody follows the theme of much of Thomas’ free love era-inspired ouevre: Sexual repression fucks people up.