…just imagine what a bunch of porn directors will do when considering the pliant, spongy form of Alexis Texas.
So if porn’e legality isn’t in question—only its parameters—why is there still a stigma to performing, consuming, or creating porn?
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, […]
Fear-based and founded on a high-concept lie (that the porn industry both encourages STDs and fails to treat them), the well-funded Yes on Measure B campaign passed—in my opinion—based solely on voter ignorance.
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.
“These people are my family,” Hartley says. “And I really feel supported. I like seeing them without having to have a benefit, of course.”
It was not from a lack of education on Holmes’ part that he knowingly exposed several partners to the virus by continuing to work post-diagnosis.
It is hopeful to think Friday was a good day for First Amendment rights, highlighting the hubris of an Obscenity Task Force that didn’t care enough to get its act together and underlining the unenforceability of “Community Standards” over the Internet
High school was a random, strange time. I wanted to fit in whist simultaneously not giving a flying fuck about fitting it.