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“Our goal in the porn arena is simply to make a movie that people won’t want to fast forward through and, after it’s done, will go find someone and watch it again.”
“My mother turned to me, half appalled and half proud, and said, ‘I hope you’re making money.'”
2014 was the year porn became a visual medium.
Submissives are father to the master
“Everyone is aware of limits, so that when the limits get breached there is a reckoning.”
Just to prove I was there
Gram’s Dirty Dozen of 2013 (powered by Gamelink)
Gram Ponante attends the second CatalystCon West
This did not strike me as a Fun Girl Having A Good Time. Instead it looked like the drunk girl at a party, the one who manages to turn off even the least-laid person there.
I’ve been having some problems lately, and I was kind of hoping that “The Black Pack” would serve the same function as ZZ Top did in their Eliminator videos, where they’d show up and set things right for some hapless individual. Nope.
Are Sexual How To videos featuring porn stars useful, or are they a porn equivalent of pygmy boobs in National Geographic? A lesson that the world does not revolve around Gram.
Unlike many upstart adult award shows, the FANNYs sound like they might occur again
Gram Ponante profiles three books worth reading, two that tell us about how we got here and one that wonders why we stay.
“If Armani hires Kate Moss,” Hay says. “Then Kate is wearing Armani that day. You will be hired for specific things.”
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.
I think the adult industry needs fixing, but Measure B won’t do it.
Here’s the thing about growing older (I’m now 23): You notice the younger people who have the savvy, sass, and sobriety to make the world interesting after you’re dead. I knew Bonnie Rotten was someone to pay attention to when I heard her say, “You like fucking my 19-year-old ass?”
As both America’s Beloved Porn Journalist and a Costco Executive Member, I am uniquely qualified to write about both the phenomenon of “50 Shades of Grey” versus the heightened reality of “The Truth About O.”.
…the inaugural CatalystCon in Long Beach was a refreshing, well-organized, and thought-provoking event filled with challenging ideas that didn’t shy away from difficult topics.