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Jul

Hustler.com Launches Lifetime Memberships with Bitcoin

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Hustler.com Launches Lifetime Memberships with Bitcoin

Posted Jul 09th, 2014 10:39 AM

BEVERLY HILLS, CA—Hustler.com, one of the leaders in adult entertainment, is offering an unprecedented level of member discretion, thanks to a partnership with digital currency payment processor GoCoin.

Starting today, anyone who pays for their Hustler.com subscription with digital currencies Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin will receive a special lifetime membership for just $500. To take advantage of this exclusive offer, click here.

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Bitcoin transactions do not include a person’s name and mailing address, as a credit card or bank account would require. Instead, they list the person’s public bitcoin address (or “key”), which appears as a random string of letters and numbers.

Hustler Founder and Publisher Larry Flynt said, “By partnering with GoCoin, our subscribers get extra privacy, and Hustler stays ahead of the curve by accepting new digital currencies.”

GoCoin is the first international payment platform for Bitcoin and emerging digital currencies, making it easier than ever for online and retail merchants to accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin at checkout. Founded in July 2013, GoCoin is an international group of companies with offices in Singapore, London, Nassau, Boston and Santa Monica.

“It’s well known that the adult entertainment industry is often an early adopter and driver of new technologies,” said GoCoin Founder and CEO Steve Beauregard. “Hustler is continuing this trend by embracing not only Bitcoin, but other emerging digital currencies as well.”

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To contact GoCoin, click here.

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Jul

Pink & White Walks the Walk for AIDS Walk San Francisco

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Pink & White Walks the Walk for AIDS Walk San Francisco

Posted Jul 09th, 2014 10:24 AM

SAN FRANCISCO—Pink & White Productions has teamed up to join the annual fundraiser AIDS Walk San Francisco, a 10-kilometer walk in Golden Gate Park on Sunday, July 20, that will benefit nearly 40 Bay Area AIDS service organizations offering diverse programs such as HIV testing and clinical care, to food and housing, and direct financial assistance. 2014 marks the first year Pink & White will participate as an official team, with a goal to raise $1,000.

Pink & White's team includes director Shine Louise Houston, marketing director Jiz Lee, photographer Tristan Crane, CrashPadSeries.com star Andre Shakti, as well as cast, crew, family, and friends. The company welcomes participants to join them, and will be walking the route with St. James Infirmary in support of sex workers' rights.

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This year, Pink & White's participation in AIDS Walk SF makes a timely statement: California's "Condom Bill" AB 1576 is forcing its way through the Senate without regard for the adult industry's concerns and objections, ignorant of the fact that porn has seen zero on-set transmissions in over 10 years. Meanwhile, the new "face" of HIV is that of young, heterosexual African-American women: a 2010 CDC reports that Black women comprise 64 percent of new HIV infections in the USA. With this pertinent information, Pink & White acknowledges and aims to support organizations that are working effectively towards prevention and treatment for communities who are actually at risk and affected by HIV.

Join Pink & White by registering with the team to walk, or by donating today.

AIDS Walk San Francisco reports that last year’s event raised over $2.6 million. Since its inception in 1987, the event has raised more than $82 million for lifesaving HIV prevention, testing, and care programs and services, and has grown into the largest AIDS fundraising event in Northern California. AIDS Walk San Francisco has become a Bay Area tradition, bringing together tens of thousands of participants and volunteers; hundreds of corporate, community, and friends and family teams; and hundreds of thousands of donors from the Bay Area and across the country. This year’s event benefits Project Inform and over three dozen other Bay Area AIDS service organizations.

For press inquiries including interviews, images, and other information, please contact Pink & White's Marketing Director Jiz Lee.

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Jules Jordan Video Signs Blacked.com for DVD Distro

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Jules Jordan Video Signs Blacked.com for DVD Distro

BARCELONA, Spain—Jules Jordan Video has brought startup interracial website Blacked.com aboard its DVD distribution roster. JJV will begin releasing the site's movies on DVD in August.

"Upcoming titles will include exclusive interracial scenes with stars like Keisha Grey, Kelly Diamond and Lacey Johnson," Blacked prodution manager Mike Moz said. "Also coming soon will be our star showcase with Dani Daniels where she will be starring in four hot and unique IR scenes."

Commented Jules Jordan, "I'm honored that Blacked.com chose JJV for their distribution. They have an innovative, fresh vision for the interracial market, with high-end production value and exclusive content. I look forward to servicing our clients with their films."

"We look forward to being able to bring our films to a new audience and are extremely pleased to do so with one of the best in this industry, Jules Jordan Video," Moz added. "Jules maintains the highest level of quality with his distribution channels and customers ... that is imperative to us."

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Jul

CSC Goes to Indiegogo to Fund Erotic Reading Circle Anthology

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CSC Goes to Indiegogo to Fund Erotic Reading Circle Anthology

Posted Jul 08th, 2014 05:21 PM

SAN FRANCISCO—On July 1, 2014, the Center for Sex and Culture (CSC) and the Erotic Reading Circle launched a month-long fundraiser to publish its new anthology entitled Sex Still Spoken Here.

The Indiegogo campaign will run throughout July with a goal of raising $5,000.

"A mighty goal, we know," said Dr. Carol Queen, one of the book's editors, "but this money will go towards printing costs and actually paying our 27 writers. Radical! As a volunteer-run project, we really need your help."

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The Erotic Reading Circle (ERC) is a group of writers and listeners that has gathered every week since 2006, at San Francisco’s Center for Sex and Culture, to share stories of desire and longing in a supportive and fun community setting.

"We believe that there should be more erotic writing in the world, not less, so that readers have access to a wider, more realistic, more human array of erotic expression," Dr. Queen wrote in a press release. "Thus this new anthology, named in honor of the first Erotic Reading Circle anthology, Sex Spoken Here, published in 1997 by Down There Press."

The ERC was developed At Good Vibrations in the 1980s, and when it stopped happening at Good Vibes, CSC was kindly allowed to carry on the flame.

The book, which will be the first anthology published by the CRC, will feature material from 27 Circle writers, including horehound stillpoint, Seeley Quest, Simone Corday, Sinclair Sexsmith, Jeff Jacobson, Avery Cassell, Dorothy Freed, Scott Bentley, C.J. Schneider, Anáin Bjorquist, Christine Solano, Lilycat, Jack Fritscher, Norman Armstrong, Holly Zwalf and more, plus sexy material from the editors, Dr. Carol Queen, Jen Cross, and Amy Butcher.

The Indiegogo campaign can be found here, and a promotional video by Jen Cross can be found here. The project also has a Facebook page and a Twitter account, and the editors ask that those tweeting use the hashtag #ssshbook.

"Every dollar helps," Dr. Queen said, and those with deeper pockets can score an e-book for $7 or splurge for $20 and receive a printed paperback. Check out the campaign site for even more rewards.

For more information, and to subscribe to the campaign's email list, click here.

Pictured, clockwise from top left: Amy Butcher, Jen Cross, Dr. Carol Queen.

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Naughty America Signs Nicole Aniston as ‘Role Model’

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Naughty America Signs Nicole Aniston as 'Role Model'

Posted Jul 08th, 2014 05:01 PM

CYBERSPACE—Nicole Aniston, the 2013 Penthouse Pet of the Year and a former AVN Awards Show trophy girl, has signed a one-year contract with Naughty America to become an exclusive "role model."

The four-year adult entertainment industry veteran will be featured on NaughtyAmerica.com and will also serve as a celebrity spokesperson for the brand.

According to company reps, Aniston is only the second performer to contract with Naughty America. Created in 2003 by CEO Andreas Hronopoulos, the site is known for its prolific production of erotic vignettes covering many niches. Hronopoulos looks forward to working with the energetic and popular performer.

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“Since 1776, people have fantasized about Nicole Aniston,” Hronopoulos joked. "She's a role model for Naughty America." Hronopoulos expanded on what it's like to be a role model for the brand in a recently published piece on Medium.com.

Aniston seems equally pleased with the arrangement. "There's no other company I trust more to represent me respectably and fairly, and I can't wait to represent the brand that has always upheld such a high industry standard," Aniston said.

Aniston was first featured on Naughty America in 2010 and has since starred in more than a dozen scenes for the company.

"I am extremely excited to start a new phase of my career with such a unique group of trailblazers who will be setting a new industry standard," Aniston said. "I hope to further my ability to improve upon myself, share in new endeavors with my favorite company and give the fans exactly what they deserve."

Above, Nicole Aniston at the 2014 AVN Awards Show, where she hosted red-carpet interviews.

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Jul

Allie Haze, Mason Talk Hard X Anal Showcase ‘Allie’

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Allie Haze, Mason Talk Hard X Anal Showcase 'Allie'

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—A Mason-directed star showcase is an event that almost always proves a critical/awards darling, as evidenced by her 2014 AVN Awards-heaped Anikka and much-exalted Asa Akira Is Insatiable trilogy.

So for Mason to call a new such offering one of her favorite movies she's ever made, you know it must truly be something to write home about, so to speak. And that's exactly what the reclusive director has to say about Allie, her latest from Hard X/O.L. Entertainment, in which showcased star Allie Haze not only performs anal for the first time, but performs it in every scene.

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So impassioned is Mason about Allie, which streets Wednesday, that she's embarked upon an ultra-rare, albeit also ultra-restricted, promotional campaign for the movie, speaking about it on a podcast with her star for the Hard X blog and with AVN.

"Everybody knows what my favorite movies are, and this is right up there with those," Mason asserted. "I'm not one to hype the things that I do, but this is a very special movie. I just cannot stop thinking about how much [Haze] brought to this and how proud I am to even at this point promote this movie."

As illustration of just how much Haze did bring to the project, Mason divulged, "There were some 16-, 17-, 18-hour days, there were 3 a.m. call times. I know the last day, we both had probably two hours sleep and I believe her call time was 4 a.m. She was going to Australia the next day. There were just a lot of days where we didn't sleep and just did what we had to do."

But beyond the grueling hours, there's one more bit of information Mason revealed that paints Haze's total commitment to the endeavor in a whole other light: "Originally this movie was planned as only one anal, and then I got a call from [O.L. Entertainment] saying she wanted to do every scene anal. And I was like, 'Oh, ok ... this kind of changes everything.' It was totally her call and totally in alignment with her competitive, generous spirit."

To find out what led her to such an audacious decision, AVN turned to Haze herself, who explained, "You know, it's very common for girls when they do a showcase where they're starting something for the first time, they only do one scene, and I always feel like, I'm always paying attention to the fans, and they get really frustrated. They're like, 'Only one scene? Are you kidding me? We've been waiting this long and you're only gonna give us one scene and then we have to wait six months to see another one?' So I figured, I made everybody wait five years, so it seemed silly not to just go balls-to-the-wall and give them everything I had."

On top of that, however, Haze noted, "I wanted to do it for myself, to challenge myself, because I was so excited that my body was finally ready to do it ... I know for a lot of people it's a business move and things like this, but I was literally not physically capable of doing it, no matter how hard I tried. So to finally be able to conquer that for myself was a really cool thing for me, and I was like, 'I want to do this all.'"

Asked how she did manage to leap that hurdle, Haze mused, "Basically, not only in the business but in my personal life, I think I went from being a girl to a woman. And I always was sitting around waiting for the opportunity, like, 'OK, when it's time to grow up, people will start shooting me for it and I'll grow up.' And I turned 27, and I was like, 'It's time to grab the bull by the horn. I want to do this, and I'm going to do this, and I'm going to speak up and do this.' It really has a lot to do with the fact that I'm ready to grow up in this business. I can do more than what everybody thinks I can do. And I kind of wanted to show everybody that."

Mason expounded on that sentiment, offering, "I believe, as most people go through, [Haze] is going through another sexual evolution; this is the next step in that evolution. For me, there's a magic ingredient for a great movie and it's a performer who gives it her all sexually, a performer who will let you see her emotionally, wrapped around strong visuals. And when Allie showed up, she gave everything to all those elements. We take a journey with her that transcends the physical requirements of doing anal. I'm proud of her, I want her to get her recognition, I want her to be celebrated, and she's deserving of the celebration."

Another magic ingredient, of course, is choosing the right co-stars, and Haze reports that every one of hers in Allie holds very personal significance: "James Deen—that's the first time I've ever worked with him one-on-one. Ramon [Nomar] is my first guy that I did boy/girl with. Mick [Blue] was the first scene that Mason ever watched with me. Manuel [Ferrara] is one of the people that I trust the most, and he brings out sides of me that I didn't even know existed every time I work with him. And I thought nobody better than our current dirty girl, Adriana Chechik—new kid on the block, showing us all how it's done, taking it upside-down and sideways with grace and beauty, I was like, 'This is my girl.' And then Lexington Steele, I mean, he was my Darth Vader, so ...

"Each person had a piece of me, and I think that really comes across in the chemistry in the movie, because everybody knew that they were chosen for a reason."

Hammering home the overriding conviction, Haze attested, "Mason and I were really wanting to come out with a punch with this. There's not a lot of companies around still that would shoot a movie like this, so I'm very grateful for the fact that [Hard X] saw something in it and wanted to give me this opportunity."

Giggling, she added, "I feel like a little Disney princess that always wanted to dress up, and I finally got to do it."

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Jul

Giant Dreams: Pipedream’s Nick Orlandino Builds an Empire

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Pipedream's Nick Orlandino Builds an Empire

Nick Orlandino has been a fixture in the adult novelty business for more than 30 years, his name synonymous with Pipedream Products. But now, his reach is growing rapidly in all sectors of the adult business.

Orlandino got his start at the age of 15 in the adult and gift industry unloading trucks for Forum Novelties in New York and eventually worked his way up to general manager. In 1992, he relocated to Los Angeles and joined Pipedream Products as vice president of sales and marketing. In 1994, he became a partner in the corporation and now he runs all day-to-day operations at Pipedream.

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Orlandino and his companies Giant Media and Diamond Products have made headlines in adult and mainstream publications for his acquisitions in the novelty and movie sectors of adult.

Recently, Orlandino and Diamond Products—a holding company for which Orlandino serves as chairman and CEO and that owns Pipedream Products—acquired design-centric pleasure products manufacturer Jimmyjane.

“People are always shocked at what Pipedream does,” Orlandino told AVN. “We’ve been known for many firsts in the industry, and for our cutting-edge decisions. Our motto has always been to offer great products at a fair price, and we like to think of ourselves as the Ford/Chevy of novelties. We recognized that we needed a high-end brand to add to our family of brands, and Jimmyjane was the perfect fit.”

Jimmyjane will continue to operate separately, maintaining its product development, creative, online, sales and day-to-day operations teams at its corporate headquarters in San Francisco.

“It’s a great brand and one of the most well known and widely respected luxury brands in the world,” Orlandino said. “Jimmyjane has been featured in every major magazine and, above all, people respect it as a brand. Since we’re known for our award-winning branding, Jimmyjane fits right into our philosophy. Although the companies offer very different products, our approach and dedication to quality is shared.”

While the announcement about Pipedream and Jimmyjane was surprising to some, perhaps even more so was the announcement last year that Orlandino and his Giant Media Group had taken complete control of Devil’s Film’s catalog and day-to-day operations.

“Devil’s had potential, and a great opportunity presented itself,” he said of the business move. “I’ve known Steve [Volponi, vice president of production and sales] and Eric [Gutterman, vice president of operations] for a long time—they’re both hard-working, creative guys, and they needed someone with vision, guidance and the financial backing to take them to the next level. Opportunity knocked, and I had to open the door.”

The move was not only a strategic one for Orlandino, but also a good one for employees at Devil’s Film.

“Nick buying Devil’s Film has been an amazing transaction for many reasons,” said Volponi. “Nick does nothing small at all. He gave us the means and the reins to take the company to a level we weren’t able to previously. Nick loves a challenge; with his guidance and his help we gained business contacts we never had before.”

But the new leadership offered other advantages in addition to new contacts, Volponi added. It allowed the adult studio to move up a few notches in the quality of the product it produces.

“Nick turned over production to me with a no-holds-barred amount of backing to bring us from where we were to a much higher quality than we previously delivered,” Volponi said. “I knew it was there before, but it was just outta my reach. I was kinda working with my hands tied. He knew I had passion, and I know Nick is a passionate guy about his work and creations. We’re a great fit friend-wise, and it carries over into our working relationship. Go big or go home.”

With Orlandino and Giant making the move with Devil’s Films, longtime veterans of the video side of adult are getting to know this shrewd businessman.

“I’ve been in the business for over 30 years and I know both sides of the industry very well,” Orlandino said. “My reputation with Pipedream and my track record speaks for itself. I will take the same approach that I have with all of my other business and apply it to the video side of the business.

“In the novelty industry, we do things differently than most of the video companies,” he continued. “I plan to focus on marketing and merchandising to build the brand up, just like I did with Pipedream.”

At the core of it all, though, is Pipedream Products. The company started selling glass pipes and adult-themed gag gifts. Today, the brand offers various best-selling and highquality lines, including Icicles, Fetish Fantasy and Ceramix.

During his tenure at Pipedream, Orlandino has developed several business relationships and friendships, many of which date back decades. And sometimes, those relationships overlap for the good of the company.

“Personally I would describe him as my friend, boss and mentor,” said Steve Sav, vice president of sales for Pipedream Products. “Nick and I started out together—him at Forum Novelties and me as an assistant gag buyer at Claire’s boutiques. At this point, I’ve known him about 24 years.”

The two maintained their personal and professional friendship through the years, even after Orlandino moved to Pipedream Products and Sav became a buyer at Spencer Gifts. 

“In 2005, I left to start a sourcing and consulting company,” Sav said. “Nick and I were always in China at the same time, and around that time he asked me to cover a few accounts. By 2009, he had asked me to come on board full time. I’ve never looked back.”

Sav said one of the keys to Orlandino’s success as a businessman is that he embraced mainstream retail ideas such as brand extensions, plan-o-grams, and consumer-friendly packaging.

“Think back only four or five years ago at what adult novelty retail looked like,” he said. “Look at it now. He’s taken these mainstream ideas and developed them for the adult retail market to help create an environment that’s attractive and female and couple friendly.

“There was a time when no one would meet with us,” Sav continued, “No one cared about carrying Pipedream in their stores. Now, we’re the main supplier and focal point of almost every category in an adult store.”

Sav said the company’s proprietary PD Plan-o-gram software and consumer-friendly packaging have enabled any adult store anywhere in the world to build a Pipedream Boutique to increase sales, build brand awareness, create customer loyalty and offer a better in-store experience to the shopper. Every distributor and store owner who use these tools have seen their businesses grow, he said.

“At the very first Erofame in Potsdam, Germany, in 2010, we were having a 3 a.m. sales meeting,” Sav said. “Nick had this feeling that we were on the verge of something great. The sales staff, art department and operations were all getting what they needed to build a new Pipedream. We had our best show to date, we’ve grown incredibly fast, and we’ve never looked back. Nick continues to build an incredible team to support his plans, goals and ideas for the future of Pipedream and his other companies. I can’t wait to see where we go next.”

Despite extending his reach into other segments of the adult community, Orlandino continues to be focused on Pipedream and not letting things get stale. The novelty company was the first to street a line of products molded from and featuring a TS performer with their Mia Isabella Collection. The line was billed as the first-ever complete transsexual sex toy collection.

And now, the mega-manufacturer has teamed up with AVN’s 2013 Performer of the Year Bonnie Rotten to develop a line of toys centered around her.

Rotten told AVN that she sought out Pipedream Products because she knew the company could deliver what she envisioned. “Like anyone else, who wouldn’t want to be immortalized by having their own toy collection?” she said. “So my journey began, and I approached Pipedream seeking the opportunity to create something different and awesome. I knew they had the ability as I have seen the huge variety that they have to offer in stores all around the country and the world.

“I set up a meeting with Nick, and we spoke about what we could do for the toy lines and what ideas I have to make this special,” she continued. “After going back and forth to finalize the deal, we had the shoot and set up the toy molding! That was so much fun … kind of weird, but interesting! While we did the shoot we talked about different ideas and went over the products. A couple weeks later I received some photos and wow… this Be Rotten toy line is going to be something epic! I can’t wait!”

Despite the flurry of activity amongst all of his companies, Orlandino said he doesn’t plan to let up. Giant Media Group recently teamed up with Daring!, a high-end European production company owned by Scala.

“Giant will distribute the Daring collection in North America, and we’re excited about the partnership,” he said.

On the novelty side, he noted, “Diamond is currently vetting companies regularly, and plans on acquiring three to five existing companies in the next three years. I’m excited about the future for both companies.”

Orlandino—whose present titles are chairman and CEO of Pipedream Products and Diamond Products, CEO of Giant Media and CEO and founder of the ANME Founders Show—is also a former treasurer of the Free Speech Coalition. In 2012 he was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame.

In addition to his corporate duties, Orlandino remains committed to civic responsibilities. He’s the founder of the Frank N. Orlandino Scholarship Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing tuition assistance for students with financial difficulties. Orlandino is also recognized for his charitable contributions to Rock Out Cures, a nonprofit organization based in New York that provides financial assistance to the American Cancer Society, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He stays active in the local community through volunteer activities and charitable endeavors, including annual contributions to the Sierra Canyon School Foundation.

“Nick the man and the businessman are the same person,” Sav said. “Both are passionate about Pipedream and the adult industry. Both are driven to success. Both care deeply about the people close to him. And both are focusing energies on building a world-class company.”

This article originally ran in the July issue of AVN magazine.

Pictured above: Nick Orlandino at ANME; photograph by Boots Bryant

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Jul

‘Footjob Virgins’ from Desperate Pleasures Hit Street Thursday

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'Footjob Virgins' from Desperate Pleasures Hit Street Thursday

VAN NUYS, CA — July 10 is set as the release date for Footjob Virgins, a new title from Pure Play Media and Desperate Pleasures that takes eight amateurs on a footjob journey for the very first time. These newbs have no idea how powerful their 10 little piggies can be and leave wide-eyed and soaking wet when they see what their dainty, petite feet can do to a man’s dick.

Watch Rachel Rose, Riley Reid, Cameron Canada, Sage Evans, Claire Heart, Shelby Paige, Gabbi Vega, Ryan Smiles, Mason Stone, Logan Lace, Taylor Raz, and Vanessa Vixon flirt with their feet and tease with their tootsies. With barely any instruction, each babe gets down to business and wraps her sweet little feet around rock-hard cock and works the shaft up and down until the cum flies high. 

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“There are certain niches that only the experts should tackle and Desperate Pleasures is a shoo-in to handle the intricate world of foot fetish porn,” Pure Play Media Sales Representative Mike L. said. “Footjobs require dexterity and determination and these first-timers quickly evolve to experts in every scene, and there’s no doubt that the studio paid special attention to the little details. Foot aficionados won’t want to miss this very special new title — Footjob Virgins streets Thursday, so get your copies now.”

Desperate Pleasures is available exclusively in the United States through Pure Play Media.

For wholesale information, contact Mike L. at Mike@PurePlayMedia.com or 800-929-3267 (x2224). 

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Minna Life Turns To Kickstarter For Backing For kGoal Kegel Trainer

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Posted Jul 08th, 2014 10:44 AM

SAN FRANCISCO—Minna Life has once again taken its vision to the people, this time with a Kickstarter campaign for the kGoal, a smart Kegel trainer that functions as both an exercise tool and a performance monitoring and guidance system.

While the Kickstarter campaign still has almost a month left, the project has already received 139 percent of its funding goal. Previously, Minna Life officials successfully used the crowdfunding site to back their Limon massager.

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The first tools for evaluating pelvic floor muscle strength were invented in the late 1940s using an air pressure balloon and a tire gauge. Sadly, Minna Life reps said, the technology used has not progressed much since. However, the landscape is changing quickly. Personal health tracking tools like Fitbit or Jawbone UP have exploded in popularity by putting knowledge about the body directly into users' hands. Likewise, improving technology has now made it possible to create a much better pelvic floor muscle exercise system.

The Minna Life kGoal measures the force exerted by squeezing your pelvic floor muscles and can communicate that information back to you via a phone and/or the device itself. Using the device and corresponding app is like having a personalized gym, physical therapist, and tracking system by your side whenever you want.

According to the Kickstarter campaign page, kGoal has a number of revolutionary features that make it a groundbreaking advance in pelvic floor health. In particular, kGoal gives you the ability to:

Get real time biofeedback: Pelvic floor muscles are often controlled subconsciously, and studies have shown that more than 30 percent of women are not able to correctly contract their pelvic floor muscles without direct feedback (instead, they will often flex their abs, glutes, or inner thighs). kGoal's ability to provide real time feedback via touch, sight and sound can help you make sure you're doing the exercises correctly.

Guide your workout: Our team of expert physical therapists and doctors has helped us develop algorithms to suggest exercise plans that are tailored to you and based on your current capabilities.

Track your performance: kGoal can measure and keep track of everything from muscle strength to endurance to which exercises you did and when you did them. Being able to look at how your body changes over time can help you (and your doctor or therapist) better understand your body and optimize your health.

Be comfortable: Since kGoal's squeezable pillow is squishy and has a vent to adjust the air pressure, you can tailor the fit to your body's unique anatomy, even as it changes over time.

Make exercise fun: Let's face it ... exercise can be boring. A smart device can make it way more interesting, and we're even working on games and other interactions to make pelvic floor exercise more engaging. We know that motivation can be a huge challenge with exercise, and it was vital for us to create an experience that doesn't feel like a chore.

The kGoal is a two-part system: The kGoal device and the kGoal app. The main section of kGoal is a squeezable pillow that is inserted into the vagina. Since it's squishy, it conforms to a wide variety of anatomies, and you can use the vent to let air in or out and further optimize the fit. Once in place, the pillow can measure squeezing of your pelvic floor muscles, and there is also a motor for providing real time vibrational biofeedback.

The arm stays outside the body and holds kGoal in place. It is also the basic interface, with the button, status light, and charging plug. In addition, it has a second vibrational feedback motor that can be used together with or instead of the motor in the pillow.

The other key element of the system is the app. It communicates with and can control kGoal wirelessly and it's also where you can find your exercise history and suggested workouts. However, if you don't have your phone handy, don't worry—many of kGoal's features are available without having the app connected.

For more information, visit MinnaLife.com.

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New XXX Site Explores the Lives of Mormon Sister Missionaries

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New XXX Site Explores the Lives of Mormon Sister Missionaries

Posted Jul 08th, 2014 09:40 AM

CYBERSPACE—"Mormon girls are beautiful, young, polite, and—as new footage reveals—really raunchy," reads the press release from former Brigham Young University student Brooke Hunter. And while we're less than sure that the young gals on the MormonGirlz.com website are (or were) truly Mormon missionaries, or that the footage is in fact "leaked," we present Brooke's press release in its entirety, for readers to make of it what they will:

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When a Mormon girl goes on a mission, she’s sent far from home and teamed up with another young girl, her companion. They lead very disciplined lives, waking early every day to go door-to-door and find converts for the church. But behind closed doors, these Mormon girls are anything but innocent. The trove of new footage shows them masturbating, fingering each other, eating pussy, and even fucking each other with strap-ons.

Nothing is sacred once the missionaries’ hormones get the best of them. In the leaked videos, the girls strip down to their sacred garments, underwear with ritual meaning that only Mormons are supposed to see, and then grope their breasts and pussies before getting naked and getting off. In one video, the secret Mormon temple ceremonies are revealed—the sisters “wash and anoint” each other before giving in to temptation and having sex inside the House of the Lord.

These missionaries are commanded to spend all of their time together, and it’s no surprise that the intimacy this creates leads the sisters time and again to sex. The large number of videos indicates that this is not just a few rogue sisters, but a widespread problem within the Mormon church.

See a trailer about MormonGirlz here.

How the Mormon church will react to the leaked footage is anyone’s guess. Certainly, the individual missionaries, if identified, will be excommunicated. But how will the church protect its public image in the face of these videos of innocent sister missionaries engaging in raunchy sex?

The release of the videos is particularly bad timing for the church, which has suffered recently from negative press surrounding its sexist policies and beliefs, especially the exclusion of women from church leadership. A group of Mormons calling themselves Ordain Women has staged a series of protests this year, and the church has responded by excommunicating the organization’s founder. The disclosure of sister missionaries engaging in explicit sexual activity is sure to rock the faith to its core.

The founder of MormonGirlz (a Mormon lesbian herself) is an enthusiastic supporter of the latest wave of Mormon feminism. Her mission is to document the sexual liberation of Mormon women and acknowledge the desires and fantasies that Mormon women are often too ashamed to admit. She hopes that MormonGirlz (and the affiliated MormonBoyz) will open a public conversation about sexual taboos and restrictions within Mormon culture. MormonGirlz hopes that images and videos of Mormon girls enjoying various kinds of sex will break some of these taboos and model a healthier attitude toward pleasure. MormonGirlz is on a mission to “perfect the saints”—and to get them off, too.

And non-Mormons who fetishize innocent young Mormon girls will find more than just porn on the site (though they’ll find plenty of that)—they’ll also enter the world of Mormonism, seeing and hearing things usually reserved for faithful members. In addition to a blog dedicated to the latest news about the church and updates about our sexy sister missionaries, they’ll find a discussion board where they can share stories of their own about encounters with Mormons or talk about the girls on the site. They’ll also be exposed to carefully-guarded Mormon secrets, like the secret underwear these girls wear and the secret ceremonies that Mormons perform in the temple.

Mormon girls are raised to believe that they must remain chaste until marriage. Sex is only to be enjoyed between a husband and wife. Sexual purity is demanded of every girl who goes on a mission. But at 19 years old, these girls are very sexual. They fight their instincts and desires daily. And sometimes those desires get the upper hand.

See the footage as it leaks exclusively at MormonGirlz.com, follow the MormonGirlz on Twitter and Tumbler, and check out Brooke's Facebook page.

(Note: This is not the same Brooke Hunter who performed in adult videos and worked at AIM between 1999 and 2009.)

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Mena Li Announces Opening of New Model House

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Mena Li Announces Opening of New Model House

Posted Jul 08th, 2014 08:39 AM

GRANADA HILLS, Calif.—Mena Li announced today the opening of her new model house in the San Fernando Valley. Located in the north end of the Valley, the house has four bedrooms, private driveway, washer/dryer, full kitchen, high-speed internet access, televisions, a large pool, grill, and plenty of closet space.

“For a girl who doesn’t live in Los Angeles, coming to town for adult work can be a lonely, very difficult experience," said Mena. "I know what’s like. I want to provide an affordable place for them. And I want it to be much more than a house—I want it to be a community. Girls in the house can share information about the industry, ask each other for helpful advice, and bond together for fun times. These are challenging times in the adult industry, and the best way for everyone to succeed is to work together!”

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Rooms can be rented nightly, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Mena stated that rates are much less than staying in most hotels. For more information, email Mena Li

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Jimmyjane Opens a Full-Service Showroom in Los Angeles

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Posted Jul 07th, 2014 04:50 PM

SAN FRANCISCO—Quintessential San Francisco Bay Area boutique brand Jimmyjane has opened up a satellite outpost in Southern California, the company reported today. Doors are now open on a full-service showroom offering new opportunities for reps to collaborate with clients.

The Bay Area pleasure product designer is looking to expand its presence in the Los Angeles area and also to offer a new level of service to prospective and existing retail partners. The facility will be a think-tank to foster creative conceptions, come up wiht new ideas for partnerships, and strategize platforms for merchandising. It will also provide an environment in which to educate customers, allowing them to interact with the Jimmyjane product line in a comfortable, private atmosphere.

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The Jimmyjane showroom was conceived as a creative space for meetings, educational seminars and product reviews. The 1,500-plus-square-foot showroom, located in Chatsworth, is representative of the Jimmyjane brand, with a bright and inviting atmosphere. It features an office, a display area, a conference area, and a kitchen and bar space for more casual work sessions. It will be home to the Jimmyjane sales team, including Alicia Sinclair, the vice president of worldwide sales and business development, and Katie Reifman, a sales account executive who joined the team in May.

“Jimmyjane has always had a focus on quality, innovation and integrity in our products. We wanted to bring these qualities to the way we do business with our retailers. We’re excited to invite retailers to a space where we can collaborate and share the depth of our brand and creative capabilities. If you are in the area, please schedule a meeting with us, or just stop by to see the line over a cup of coffee or cocktail,” saod Sinclair, who will be managing the space.

The showroom is open for appointments or drop-ins and is located at 9145 Owensmouth, Chatsworth, CA 91311. To schedule meetings and for further sales inquiries, contact Sinclair at sales@jimmyjane.com or (415) 864-3474, ext. 316.

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FSC to Demo Anti-Piracy Program for Manufacturers at ANME

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FSC to Demo Anti-Piracy Program for Manufacturers at ANME

Posted Jul 07th, 2014 04:30 PM

CANOGA PARK, Calif.—Free Speech Coalition representatives will attend the ANME-Founders Showthis week. The show takes place July 12-14 at the Burbank Airport Marriott in Burbank, Calif.

At the FSC booth, staff will have information about the FSC’s new Code of Ethics program. In addition, Porn Guardian founder Peter Phinney will talk about a new pilot program targeting product piracy in the adult novelty marketplace. Prizes and giveaways also will be featured.

“First, we want to thank the ANME show organizers for their generosity, every year, and their support of FSC,” said FSC Membership Director Joanne Cachapero. “We’ve been developing programs with the pleasure products market in mind, so we can bring some value to the table for retailers and vendors.”

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“The FSC Code of Ethics program features an emblem that can be used on signage, websites, content, packaging and more—to tell customers your adult business subscribes to a code of ethics and standards developed by FSC for better business practices. The COE guarantees improved consumer experiences and conveys a sense of assurance to your customers,” said Cachapero.

Product counterfeiting on mega-websites like EBay and Amazon is a growing concern for manufacturers and retailers in every area of the marketplace, but especially in adult. Porn Guardian’s Phinney has been using advanced technology for years to catch online content pirates. Now, Porn Guardian is using that know-how to stem the growing availability of counterfeit products online.

"Diane Duke at the Free Speech Coalition has graciously helped us launch a pilot program with two Southern California companies, Sportsheets and Screaming O, and we got to work comparing items on offer online with their manufacturers' catalogue of goods. We were able to confirm that the market was being flooded with counterfeit merchandise, sold as genuine, which of course damages the legitimate brands and violates U.S. and foreign trademark law. Now we can notify the manufacturers of each instance of infringement almost as soon as it happens."

For more information on either the Code of Ethics program, or on what you can do about product counterfeiting, contact info@freespeechcoalition.com.

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Have Archaeologists Uncovered World’s Earliest Dick Pics?

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ASTYPALAIA, Greece—Archaeologists have uncovered what they are calling “erotic graffiti”—racy inscriptions and phallic images—carved into the rocky peninsula of the Greek island Astylpalia.

Yes, you read that right. Penis pictures, carved into rocks.

While that alone hardly seems newsworthy (the same types of pictures are spray painted on bridges and overpasses all over the world), archaeologists say the time period the carvings were made it fascinating. Some of the carvings date back to the fifth and sixth centuries. That means they were left even before the Acropolis has been built in Athens.

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In an interview with The Guardian, Dr. Andreas Vlachopoulos said the discoveries are “monumental in scale,” noting that the authors “claimed their own space in large letter that not only expressed sexual desire but talked about the act of sex itself.”

One of the phrases, believe to have been carved in the mid-sixth century, reads, “Nikasitimos was here mounting Timiona.”

Go on with your bad selves, Nika and Timi.

Another note? Nika and Timi were both men.

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Seven ’til Midnight Lives ‘La Vie en Rose’ for Holiday 2015 Collection

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Seven 'til Midnight Lives 'La Vie en Rose' for Holiday 2015 Collection

Posted Jul 07th, 2014 01:20 PM

LOS ANGELES—The designers at Los Angeles-based contemporary lingerie line Seven 'til Midnight are looking at love through rose-colored glasses for the launch of their 2015 Holiday Collection. With romantic lace pieces and fitted corsets inspired by the classic song “La Vie En Rose,” the Holiday Collection will help consumers get into the holiday spirit with romantic floral patterns and seductive Santa outfits.

The 2015 Holiday Collection brightens up holiday festivities with jewel tones that light up the room: electric blues, racy reds and emerald greens. The collection mixes different fabrications, such as mesh with galloon lace, fishnet with floral lace, and chiffon with eyelash lace. Highlights of the collection include floral lace overlay corsets and a tattoo rose print grouping.

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In addition, Seven ‘til Midnight’s new packaging will be introduced with this Holiday 2015 Collection. The new packaging has a crisp, fresh look with lace motifs while still keeping the signature curvy box. The collection features fashion-forward silhouettes such as rompers, long line bra, apron, teddies and corsets. Seven ‘til Midnight also caters to the plus-size market with its Baby Got Curves! Collection, featuring a variety of styles tailored to fit and flatter curves.

The Holiday Collection is competitively priced, ranging from $3 wholesale for the Lace Eye Mask to $20 for a corset, keeping the retail under $40. Shipping begins this month.

Seven’til Midnight, the contemporary lingerie and costume division of Carrie Amber Intimates, delivers more than 2,000 SKUs of costumes, lingerie, sleepwear, shape wear, leg wear, and accessories each season. For more information, visit SevenTilMidnight.com.

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New Mistress Doms The Lair at 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo

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New Mistress Doms The Lair at 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo

Posted Jul 07th, 2014 11:30 AM

LOS ANGELESThe AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE) has forged a new partnership with Mistress Cyan to manage The Lair, a dungeon space presented by the Stockroom at the 2015 confab. The professional dominatrix is the head mistress at the largest dungeon in Los Angeles, Sanctuary Studios LAX, and promises to make AEE’s BDSM enclosure a supremely kinky dungeon experience for both fetishists and tourists.

The Lair will occupy the upper level of The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. AEE is held in conjunction with the AVN Novelty Expo (ANE) and will take place January 21-24, 2015. To register for the show, visit AVNShow.com.

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“The Lair has been a successful component of AEE in the past,” said AVN Event Manager Beth Noonan. “And Mistress Cyan was the obvious choice to provide fans with a premium experience. We are excited to see what the head mistress has in store for The Lair this year.”

The Lair will be larger than ever, showcasing more performers, live demonstrations and interactive displays that will shock and awe fans. The fetish playground presents several educational exhibitions, and attendees will have the opportunity to purchase kinky trappings and accoutrements from BDSM exhibitors. For more information, visit Fan.AdultEntertainmentExpo.com/thelair.

"I'm very excited to be working with AVN on this show,” said Mistress Cyan “I believe AVN and I share the same vision as to what we want The Lair to represent in 2015, and that is an interactive experience that all the attendees will remember. We are going to give them the opportunity to see, learn and experience what BDSM and fetish is all about!"

Mistress Cyan has been in thisl iifestyle for over 25 years and has been a professional dominatrix since 1996. She is the force behind Sanctuary Studios LAX, the largest dungeon in Los Angeles, and one of the largest in the country with more than 7000 square feet of space. She is the founder and executive producer of DomCon LA and DomCon Atlanta; the world’s largest professional and lifestyle domination convention, DomCon was named one of the top five fetish events in the world in a recent online poll.

Mistress Cyan is also the co-producer of International Olympus Leather. She has judged numerous leather contests in the United States and Canada, including the Mr. Los Angeles Leather Contest in 2006 and Mr. Palm Springs Leather in 2009. She has served as secretary of the Los Angeles Leather Coalition for three years.

Though she's deemed an expert with a whip, Mistress Cyan is best known for her fundraising and charity work. The Los Angeles Leather Community has recognized Mistress Cyan as Fundraiser of the Year in 2006 and 2009, and Mentor of the Year in 2007. She was named as an Honoree by the City of West Hollywood and LA Pride in 2007. She has received a number of international awards, including two International Pantheon of Leather Awards. In addition to receiving the Community Choice Woman of the Year Award in 2006, she is the current Pantheon of Leather Woman of the Year.

Fan registrants will have the opportunity to attend four full days of the sexiest adult con in the industry, including extended show hours until 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Fans are invited to attend the opening night disco party held on the AEE show floor on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. The opening night festivities will continue until 10 p.m.

Discounted room rates are available to fans, starting at $99 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Click here to make room reservations.

Having previously hosted 300 adult stars, the growing B2B event expands to take over the Artist Hall at Hard Rock Hotel, anticipating more than 500 adult stars at the 2015 AVN Expo. There will be over 150 exhibitors from every market segment, exclusive parties, entertainment, and focused seminars designed to stimulate and inform attendees.

Some of the sexiest and most decadent parties are held during AEE. There will be more than 10 parties held throughout the week.

AEE provides a unique experience for members and fans of the adult entertainment industry. AEE trade registration includes the AEE Trade Show, the AEE Fan Fest and the AVN Novelty Expo. All fan, trade, and press attendees may go to Trade.adultentertainmentexpo.com for information on the 2015 AVN Show events. The festivities open on Wednesday, January 21 and run through Saturday, January 24, 2015.

The individual events are scheduled as follows:

Internext Expo: Jan. 17-20, 2015

AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE): Jan. 21-24, 2015

AVN Novelty Expo (ANE): Jan. 21 -23, 2015

AVN Awards: Jan.? 24, 2015

Ticket packages start at $55. Please note that these are special summer rates that will be raised on Oct. 15, 2015. Tickets can be purchased here.

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Ultimate AVN Tour (4 Day Pass)
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-       Access to Expo Floor 1 Hour Early
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-       Entrance into Muse Hall, Joint & Artist Hall
-       Night Pass for Official Parties (excluding Private Suite Parties)

Private Suite Pass   (Limited Quantity Available)
-           Private Meet & Greet with Talent
-           Access to Private Suite Party with Open Bar & Entertainment
-           VIP Access to Expo
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To exhibit at the 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, contact the AVN sales team at aeesales@avn.com or (818) 718-5788.

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Jul

Interview: On DVD or On Air, Lexington Steele Stands Tall

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On DVD or On Air, Lexington Steele Stands Tall

LOS ANGELES—Lexington Steele is an imposing figure, both literally and figuratively. One of the most recognizable names in adult, he has earned accolades and trophies as both performer and director. And after 18 years in the business, he still has a few tricks up his sleeve.

This month, Steele will street Lex’s POV, a new series released by Evil Angel that he worked on with Kevin Moore, which features co-stars Capri Cavanni, Kiara Mia, Phoenix Marie and Kimberly Kendall.

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“Essentially, this is the next series of different things all within the gonzo niche,” Steele told AVN. “I always try to do something new with each series; I want there to be variety … something that will keep people consistently excited. With these micro-niches, all within the realm of gonzo, I think we have something for everyone.”

Among those gonzo realms he’s exploring at Evil Angel are Lex Is A Motherfucker (a MILF series), Lex Steele’s Black Panthers (an ethnic series) and The Lexecutioner (an all-anal series).

Steele said he was excited not only to do POV work, but also to do it with Kevin Moore.

“Kevin and I go back to the 2000s, when he was a production manager for John Leslie,” Steele said. “As he developed as a director, we worked on other projects, too. To work with him on this new series is great because we get to work under the Evil Angel umbrella together.”

Moore, who has made a name for himself as an Evil Angel director, was behind the move to bring Steele and his Lexington Steele Productions to Evil. Steele stars in the movies and also works behind the camera with Moore, who he says is “a great director who is also a great photographer and videographer.”

Steele added, “I’ve been fortunate to work with great people throughout my career, such as Jules Jordan. … I tend to be very team oriented, and I try to align myself with those who are experts in their field.” Speaking of Jordan, the two worked together recently on Lex the Impaler 8—out now and featuring seven women and six scenes on two discs.

In addition to the movies Steele distributes through Evil Angel, classic titles from his own company—Mercenary Pictures, founded in 2004—are now available through Pure Play Media. Last month the distributor released Fresh Out the Box 1, Manhammer 1 and Pole Position: Lex POV 1.

And if that weren’t enough, also hitting the shelves on July 22 is the second installment in a series released by Dreamzone Entertainment: The Housewives of Lex Steele 2, starring Lea Lexis, Brooklyn Chase, Kaylynn and Nikita Von James.

Steele said his goal is to continue his work with Mercenary Pictures as well as with Evil Angel, putting out new titles on a regular basis for each series he’s created. One month it might be a new title in the ethnic series and the MILF series, and another month might be titles in the anal series.

“These are all fun to work on and produce, and it will be fun letting the fans knows what’s coming in their favorite series,” he said.

But it’s not just movies where Steele is making his mark these days: He is also keeping busy with radio.

In 2012, he created the radio show Size Matters, which aired on LATalkRadio.com. When it become a live streaming show on online TV, he moved it to RadioTemptation.com; it continues to air there from 8-9 p.m. Mondays. Past LATalkRadio.com episodes are available on ToadHopNetwork.com.

“On that show, I interview all types of personalities,” he said. “We have adult stars, and stars from sports and mainstream as well.”

The role of interviewer is one Steele is comfortable with: In the mid-2000s he hosted Lex in the City on Playboy TV.

Now, he has also started Fourth and Goal, a show that features no adult content at all but instead focuses on sports, one of Steele’s major loves in life. (His favorites are basketball and soccer. “I live and breathe basketball,” he said. “I can talk about sports all day.”) The show airs from 9-10 p.m. Tuesdays on Live 365, available on UStream and Playstation 4.

“It really lets me keep up my skill set as an actor, and interviewer,” he said of the shows. “People might not realize that I have been a member of SAG [Screen Actors Guild] since 2007. I have done a lot of mainstream work, but because I focus on gonzo in adult, they don’t realize I can act. To be honest, there are not a lot of acting roles for black men in adult. But I have had some chances to act here, thanks to Axel Braun, who is a good friend.”

Steele said he plans to continue to break new ground in the coming years. Already, he has started working on his autobiography, and plans to have it finished and ready for sale by 2016, if not sooner. And he will take his speaking skills and begin a new venture with Lex’s Sex Tours, starting in 2015. In that venture, he will travel to clubs and tour adult recreational resorts around the world, letting adventurous couples know where they can travel and what they can expect when they are looking to spend time together.

“We will visit swingers clubs, adult resorts and everything in between,” he said. “We are starting that off by visiting Hedonism in Jamaica in July.”

To keep up with Steele and his many adventures, follow him on Twitter @LexSteele11 or on Facebook, where he is listed as Lexington Steele (Black Viking).

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‘Please Make Me Lesbian 12’ Releases July 8

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‘Please Make Me Lesbian 12’ Releases July 8

VALENCIA, CA — Chronicling the kinky sexual exploits between a daughter (Lily Carter) and stepmother (Zoey Holloway), Please Make Me Lesbian 12 will become available on Tuesday, July 8. The new release includes two sex scenes with Holloway, plus a sex scene between Carter and Girlfriends Films contract performer Prinzzess. 

In addition to Zoey Holloway, Lily Carter, and Prinzzess, Please Make Me Lesbian 12 also stars Bree Daniels, Aryana Augustine, and Taylor Vixen. 

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Please Make Me Lesbian focuses on the sexual exploration of a young woman. Zoey introduces her stepdaughter, Hayden (Carter), to the beauty of women and the art of seduction. Throughout the series, Hayden transforms from sweet, innocent virgin to a horny girl with a craving for wild kinks, rivaled only by her stepmother. 

Prinzzess enjoys intimate time with both stepdaughter and stepmother in two of the four sex scenes in Please Make Me Lesbian 12. The erotic movie also includes Bree paired with Zoey and Aryana coupled with Taylor.

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Girding for the Next 40: The Larry Flynt Interview

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The Larry Flynt Interview

This article originally ran in the July 2014 issue of AVN magazine, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of Hustler magazine. To see the accompanying article on landmarks in the four-decade history of Larry Flynt Publications, click here.

Hustler founder and publisher Larry Flynt talked to AVN recently to discuss the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the first issue of his iconic magazine, which debuted in July 1974 and has remained in publication ever since, provoking the perfect opportunity to corral the legendary agitator of public hypocrites, especially those in office. To speak with Flynt is to be reminded not only of the singularity and significance of his greatest achievements, but also the extent to which they and he are an immutable part of our history, despite the fact that he remains fully engaged in the day-to-day operations of his global adult entertainment empire. With a lot to be content about, and obviously proud of the things he has achieved over the past four decades in business, in the culture and especially in court (including the ultimate courtroom!), Flynt is surprisingly unboastful in conversation; but as this interview reveals, he remains the determined, opinionated and informed man of the people whose optimism, sophistication and homegrown humor shines through.

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AVN: Thank you for taking the time to speak with us, Larry. We’re celebrating Hustler’s 40th anniversary in the July issue of AVN and figured we couldn’t do it without talking to you. So, the 40th anniversary of the first issue of Hustler magazine; is that what is literally being celebrated this year?

Larry Flynt: Yeah.

Does it feel like 40 years?

Yeah, every day of it. Sometimes it feels like longer.

What were your expectations for Hustler when you founded it in terms of how long it would last? Did you have any idea?

Well, I wanted to achieve a couple of things. When I was young I never read Playboy or Penthouse. I wasn’t a publisher of men’s magazines yet; what I had were these Hustler clubs open in the Midwest, where we had dancing girls. I knew that Penthouse and Playboy had started their magazines first and then started their clubs, but I would be doing the opposite by then starting the magazines. So, I’ll never forget, I went to a newsstand and bought two copies of Playboy and Penthouse for the first time. And I looked at them and I thought, “These guys just aren’t doing it right,” you know, because what they’re doing is they were selling the sizzle and not the steak. And I realized that that was because of the advertising component, and that they couldn’t get too explicit, because if a magazine loses its advertising base, that’s it.

So I made a calculated decision at that time that if I charged more for my magazines people would pay it, if I were delivering what the readers really wanted. And that was the simple formula that I went forward with and it worked, because my readers wanted it sexual and explicit, and they wanted the humor to be raunchy and barnyard-style, the kind of jokes you tell at work but you don’t tell at social gatherings. Those were the types of jokes people wanted, as well as the cartoons that people wanted to see. I also didn’t want to be pretentious about what I was doing. I felt that Hustler was to be an entertaining magazine; it was to be totally about America. But if you read Playboy at the time, it was more about lifestyle; who made the best martini and what kind of car you could buy, what kind of stereo you could buy.

Did you feel that in the same way Playboy supposedly reflected Hefner’s lifestyle, that Hustler should be a reflection of yours, and that you should be a strong presence to help personalize it?

Yes, but also I wasn’t trying to wrap my pornography in a bunch of socially redeeming articles so I could legally publish it. You know, I was getting arrested a lot in those days. I just decided that I’m going to give the readers what they wanted and that I’m going to take a First Amendment stand. I really wanted to expand the parameters of free speech, and I did just that, and I did it at the highest court in the land.

Do you feel as though that was the Golden Age of magazines, so that a magazine would afford you the perfect vehicle to do that?

No, we made things happen. We created that Golden Age, and the case I won against Jerry Falwell was the most important First Amendment case in the history of the country because for the first time pornography was deemed protected speech. It was a really significant ruling, especially when you consider that ... well, one way of understanding it better is that a part of Hustler’s editorial philosophy was to be offensive. I always felt that that’s where the First Amendment was important, because if you’re not going to offend anyone, you don’t need First Amendment protection. So it was the iconoclastic nature of Hustler’s overall appeal, the way it was no-holds-barred, not just with the photos but in the humor and the articles and everything else.

Do you feel as if you’ve succeeded beyond your wildest dreams in the sense that the goal post of offensiveness has moved so far?

You know, just look at television. The Jon Stewart show [i.e. The Daily Show] would not exist today had Hustler magazine not existed.

Does the magazine still reflect your personal obsessions? How involved in it are you now?

Well, I’m not nearly as involved as much as I used to be now that we’ve moved into broadcasting, and into gaming and retail and the internet; and we also do a lot of licensing, so I’m pretty busy now that we’re more diversified. But you’ve got to understand what’s happened to publishing, and it’s not just Hustler. The internet has essentially killed print media. We’ve lost probably 90 percent of our circulation over a twenty-year period.

I see you have also launched a new website for the magazine, so I’m wondering to what extent the magazine and Hustler editorial still has a role in defining the company. And I also read recently that someone had asked you about the possibility of the magazine closing, and you answered that if it did you wouldn’t even blink, that you aren’t sentimental about it.

I have always thought of business like a commodity, so to me the magazine and the pornography are no different from peanut butter; there’s either a market for it or not. But I realized very early on that the internet was going to affect print media, so I started to diversify and I’m glad that I did. Now, the reason why I started the online version of Hustler was to preserve the brand, but we offer a lot. You can watch any of the old classic movies on there, and you can go into our inventory of cartoons, articles and photo pictures from the last 20 years, so there’s a lot you can get for being an online member. All of it is available to you if you are a subscriber. I don’t know if we’ll make money with it, but we think it’s necessary in order to preserve the brand. Of course, we might have to close it down, but Hustler is still making money, so I don’t know how much longer that’s going to keep up.

That was a great pitch. Hustler magazine is still making money?

It’s still making money! But I don’t know for how much longer. I thought it would have been closed by now, but we’re still hanging in there.

Well, you know, “magazine” is just a word. It doesn’t necessarily have to be in print. But I wanted to follow up on the brand. Would you agree that the Hustler brand has already far eclipsed the magazine, that in the popular consciousness it’s just this bigger thing now?

Oh yeah, we have nightclubs operating in foreign countries; we have nightclubs and retail store in this country. We have the casino here in California, and we’re getting ready to open another one. The brand could not be stronger at this time.

So, 40 years is a real milestone and an occasion to reflect on both the past and the future. Do you have any plans to slow down yourself or even think about giving up the reins to someone else?

As long as I’m feeling well, I’m going to continue doing what I’m doing.

How do you feel?

I feel great. Other than not being able to walk, I’m in pretty damn good shape.

I have to agree with that, but 40 years is still an opportunity to look at the Hustler legacy, and also your legacy. It’s clear that you loom larger than the publication; you are this larger-than-life figure now. How do you see yourself? Are you a celebrity?

You know, I never think about that. I really don’t. I think I helped a lot of people make it through puberty over the last 40 years.

No doubt. Listen, I’m curious if you think you could do today what you accomplished with Hustler over the last four decades? If you came upon this landscape and you’re the same man you were but it’s today, could you replicate what you did?

It would be difficult, because history really evolves as culture evolves. You know, people look at history as something that happened a long time ago, but a facet of history is the way the culture evolves. For instance, if you look at the adult industry and how it started with the nudist magazines in the 1950s, and then in the ’60s there were the 16mm films and then later on Beta and VHS, and Playboy, Penthouse and then Hustler, it was more or less like watching the adult industry actually evolve.

Do you ever think to yourself, “Boy, I’m glad I was born when I was and that I had this incredible opportunity”? That it was a special time? Or do you think every time is special?

The ’60s, when I grew up, were no doubt a very special time, but I don’t like to pigeonhole ideas. I think that young people can make their way in the same way I made mine. You’ve just got to have the desire to do it. Without desire, you can’t accomplish anything. With desire, you can move mountains.

Do you have an opinion about the current adult entertainment business?

Yeah, it’s very disappointing. Most of the people working in it have really given it a bad reputation because they are being very tacky and cheap in the way they produce material and in the way they do business. I spoke at the AVN Show in Las Vegas a few years ago, and I said, “The future of this industry is about quality. Forget about the days when you could get a handheld camera and take a model into the woods and shoot a film in half an hour and get it to market.” I said, “Those days are gone. You are only going to be able to sell quality.” But they never seem to listen to that.

It’s still the Wild West out there. At some of the seminars at the recent Internext in New Orleans, the choice laid out for people was very clear: make fast money but leave your brand in tatters, or go about business conscientiously—meaning, by not fucking over the customer for a fast buck.

You hit the nail on the head; because that’s the only way there will ever be a revival in this industry is if people treat it like a business.

So what about the larger economy, the U.S. economy, and the global economy—are you optimistic?

Well, I’ll tell you, I feel pretty damn good about not only where we’re at, but where the world’s at, because we have a world economy now. People are always asking where the stock market is going to go, but the stock market is driven purely by earnings. As long as companies are making good earnings, the stock market is going to continue to grow. The biggest problem that we have to grapple with—and many other countries are experiencing the same problem—is income disparity between the people who have money and the people who have no money.

In the ’60s, we expected that our wages would grow between 3 and 5 percent a year. However, over the past ten years real wages have grown less than 1 percent. I mean, what you’re doing is pushing the middle class into poverty, and then you have a bunch of Republicans who simply don’t understand that because they want to hold on to every nickel they’ve got. But just like with a company, you have to put money back in to make things better. The rich have got to realize that they have to put money back in to make things better. That to me is the biggest problem.

Instead, they seem to want to commodify everything, every sector and every aspect of life.

Yeah, I don’t know if they’re mean-spirited or just ignorant. I haven’t figured it out yet.

This might be a good time to ask you if, skipping over 2014, you have a favorite horse yet for 2016.

Well, I can’t see me backing any of the Republicans because I’m just not a part of their playbook. I’ve never made a secret about my politics. You know, down through the years and down through the centuries, liberalism has always won. The fights have always been difficult, but I have always felt that if conservative values work for you and your family, that’s fine, but don’t be trying to impose them on other people. I just hope the Democrats run a good strong candidate. I would like to see Hillary Clinton run because she has the experience to be able to do the job. 

The conservatives have been pumping people out of Liberty University for many years precisely to go into politics, getting their marching orders from the religious right. They’re all over the place, especially in the state legislatures. I mean, all politics is really local, don’t you think?

Well, even though I am as disenchanted as I am about politics, I don’t let it get me down because I’m optimistic about the future. It seems that when it appears to be the worst, it starts to get better.

Have you always been an optimist?

Always; I think you have to be. If you’re not an optimist, you just tear yourself down. In order to be successful, you have to be an optimist.

I have a question about the media I wanted to ask you. Did you ever think you would see the day when it was the mainstream that created a nationally known porn star? I’m talking about Belle Knox, the Duke student who is now a big name.

Well, before, it was Jenna Jameson and Tera Patrick to a certain extent.

Did the mainstream make them stars or did the adult industry?

I think it was both. Go all the way back to Marilyn Chambers. She was the Ivory Snow girl, and then she was propelled into a national thing. I think the mainstream media occasionally like to pick a long shot and turn them into a mainstream phenomenon.

Finally, one more question. What do you think your greatest attribute is as the leader of LFP?

Well, I don’t know what my greatest attribute is, but my greatest accomplishment has been to expand the parameters of free speech in what I think is a good way. I think if I have a legacy that will probably be it. I have always felt that the greatest right a nation could afford its people is the right to left alone, and that’s an ideal that I always pursued.

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LFP From A to Z: 40 Years of Hustler Landmarks

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40 Years of Hustler Landmarks

Posted Jul 03rd, 2014 05:45 PM

Hustler first hit the presses 40 years ago this month, the first building block in the empire known as Larry Flynt Productions. In the July 2014 issue of AVN, Tom Hymes interviewed them man behind the brand (click here to read what Larry Flynt has to say) and we took an A-to-Z look at the highlights of the Hustler story.

Amateurs. One of Larry Flynt Productions’ enduring contributions to porn was Beaver Hunt, a feature in Hustler showcasing nude photos of amateurs that became a stand-alone magazine in 1974. Though longer in print, the search goes on at BeaverHunt.com.

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Bars & Clubs. In early 1965, Flynt bought his mother’s bar in Dayton, Ohio. He was soon making $1,000 a week and used the profits to buy two other bars. In 1968, Flynt opened his first Hustler Club in Dayton and built a chain of clubs in Ohio. By the early 1970s, he had eight clubs before he switched to publishing, Then, in the early 2000s, LFP began to license the Hustler Club name. There are Hustler Clubs in several states—California, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, New York, Nevada, Ohio, Michigan—as well as three foreign countries: France, the United Kingdom and Australia.

Cams. In late 2010, Hustler announced the launch of HustlerCams.com, offering live shows.

Distribution. Flynt created Larry Flynt Publications in 1976, a privately held company that published magazines and also controlled distribution. After 1986, LFP also distributed mainstream titles. In 1996, LFP sold the distribution business.

Electoral Politics: In 2003, Flynt ran in California’s gubernatorial recall election, scoring seventh place—though it was hardly the only time he had attempted to influence politics (see below: “Quest for Liars”).

Falwell, Flynt and Free Speech. Jerry Falwell sued Flynt over a 1983 cartoon, alleging libel and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The Supreme Court eventually ruled in Flynt’s favor, strengthening free speech rights in parodies of public figures.

Gambling. In 2000, LPF opened Hustler Casino in Gardena, built on land that Flynt purchased in 1998 for $8 million.

Headquarters. A fixture on the Los Angeles cityscape, Hustler’s headquarters in Beverly Hills was sold to Douglas Emmett Inc. for $89 million in May 2013. Flynt signed a lease to remain as the anchor tenant in the building, which also houses the Brazilian and Ecuadorian consulates.

Into the Pink. The offshoot of a series of flyers Flynt used to promote his clubs, Hustler magazine debuted in 1974. It was the first wide-circulation girlie mag to “show the pink” on split beaver shots. Soon after, Flynt got out of the club business. Notable coincidence: People magazine started the same year.

Jackie O! Though he didn’t invent celebrity nude photos and sex tapes, Flynt was nonetheless in on the game early. He paid $18,000 for nude pictures taken in 1971 of former First Lady Jackie Onassis sunbathing and published them in the August 1975 issue of Hustler. And at the 21st annual AVN Awards Show, Larry Flynt accepted the AVN Award for Top Selling Tape of 2003 for Snoop Dogg’s Hustlaz: Diary of a Pimp.

Kentucky. Larry Claxton Flynt was born November 1, 1942, in Lakeville, a small town in the Appalachians. Flynt’s rags-to-porno-riches story is chronicled in his 1996 autobiography, An Unseemly Man: My Life as a Pornographer, Pundit, and Social Outcast, as well as in Larry Flynt: The Right to Be Left Alone, a 2008 documentary directed by Joan Brooker-Marks, and The People vs. Larry Flynt, a 1996 feature film by Milos Forman.

Lingerie & Apparel. Hustler-branded merch is another major component of the LFP empire—take, for example, the attention gained when rap superstar Jay-Z was photographed wearing Hustler gear in issues of The Source, Rolling Stone and US Weekly. In 2008, Electric Eel became the licensee for Hustler Lingerie; the next year it gained exclusive, global rights to manufacture, market and distribute the brand. In September 2012, Electric Eel became the global licensee for Hustler Novelties as well. Said Elan Rofe, president of Electric Eel, “We have a long-term plan for success, and are confident that we will being many new and innovative ideas to the market.”

Membership Sites. In 1995, the company launched Hustler.com. Currently, LFP Internet Group operates more than 60 adult sites, including Hustler.com, HustlerMagazine.com and HustlerHollywood.com—as well as the affiliate program HustlerCash.com.

New Frontier. In 2012, LFP Broadcasting acquired Colorado-based New Frontier Media for approximately $33 million, beating out two other suitors: Longkloof Limited, headed by a disgruntled former New Frontier shareholder, and adult powerhouse Manwin. LFP President Michael H. Klein commented at the time, “The acquisition of New Frontier Media fits perfectly with our strategic plan for the growth of our company. The addition of these assets to our portfolio strengthens us significantly moving forward.”

Obscenity & Ohio. Flynt was first prosecuted in 1976 on obscenity and organized crime charges in Cincinnati by Simon Leis, who headed a local anti-porn committee. Sentenced to seven to 25 years, he served only six days until the sentence was overturned on a technicality. One argument resulting from this case was reviewed by the Supreme Court in 1981.

PPV & VOD. In 2004, LFP Broadcasting, parent of Hustler TV, announced the launch of Hustler TV pay-per-view in the United States on the heels of its 2003 launch in Canada. The PPV service offered a broad range of content, including films from VCA Pictures and Hustler Video. Also that year, Hustler TV On Demand, a video-on-demand service offering Hustler TV, was launched. Cable and satellite providers could carry both Hustler TV On Demand and Hustler TV PPV.

Quest for Liars. Exposing hypocrisy has been a passion of Larry Flynt’s throughout his public life. In 1998, the mogul offered $1 million for evidence of sexual hypocrisy among Republican politicians trying to impeach President Bill Clinton over the Monica Lewinsky blowjob. His efforts led to the resignation of House Speaker-designate Bob Livingston. Flynt reprised the offer in 2007, this time exposing Republican Senator David Vitter for consorting with prostitutes.

Retail Revolution. In 1998, Hustler Hollywood opened on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. Targeting women and couples, the upscale store offered lingerie, apparel, toys and DVDs. The venture expanded beyond the U.S. in 2004, when Hustler Hollywood U.K. opened in Birmingham, England. There are now 11 stores across the country; the newest opened just last month in Oklahoma City, Okla. The force behind the retail stores—Theresa Flynt, Larry’s daughter—told this to AVN on the chain’s 10th anniversary: “Anybody who has been in our stores knows we have a bright, clean, hip, friendly environment. It feels like you’re in The Gap, but for adults. We play good music, have a knowledgeable staff, and sell female-friendly products.”

Stylebook. Hustler is known in the journalism world for its stylebook, which addresses such vital matters as whether blowjob is one word or two.

Tech Innovator. Despite its roots in print, LFP has never hesitated to adapt to new technology. In 2007 Hustler Video leaped into Blu-ray; in 2010, LFP Broadcasting released its first Android-compatible app. And this decade it enthusiastically embraced 3-D porn.

Unvarnished Truth. Never one to avoid blunt talk and hard truths, in 1977 Larry Flynt printed images of dead and wounded soldiers in a photo-feature titled “The Real Obscenity: War.” In 1978, the April issue of Hustler featured a rabbit nailed to a cross—a comment on the commercialization of Easter. In 1983, after Flynt was in court after leaking an FBI surveillance tape of auto maker John DeLorean—who was snared in a cocaine sting operation—Flynt refused to reveal his source and was sent to jail after he showed up in court wearing an American flag as a diaper. And in 2013, Flynt spoke out against capital punishment as the man who put him in a wheelchair 35 years earlier— white supremacist Joseph Paul Franklin, who shot Flynt over an interracial pictorial—awaited execution for other crimes.

VCA Pictures. The crown jewel of porn’s golden age was sold to Hustler Video on May 21, 2003.

Who’s Nailin’ Paylin. In 2008, Hustler merged porn and politics once again to poke fun at Sarah Palin. Sporting the same hairstyle and specs as the veep candidate, Lisa Ann did three sex scenes for the parody. It came out on Election Day and spawned five sequels.

X-rated Video. Though there were movies licensed under the Hustler name and distributed by Vivid in the 1990s, LFP didn’t begin to produce porn under the Hustler Video name until 1999. LFP’s Jim Kohls said at the time, “We’re sorry to end our successful relationship with Vivid. It was a mutually profitable association. But as our own video division grows and we develop lines based on our magazines, it only makes sense for us to start using the Hustler name.”

Young Girls. Starting as a magazine first in 1974, then moving to video and online, Barely Legal is one of LFP’s most iconic erotic franchises. This year saw the release of Barely Legal 141.

Zealot-Baiting. Hustler has skirmished with religious fanatics and rabid feminists alike over the years, taking to shock tactics like publishing sexually explicit scenes from the Bible and putting the image of a woman’s body being run through a meat grinder on a 1978 issue of the magazine.

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Analyzing the DOJ’s Brief in the FSC vs Holder 2257 Case

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The appeal of Judge Baylson's opinion in the case now moves to the next level

Analyzing the DOJ's Brief in the FSC vs Holder 2257 Case

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Late yesterday evening, attorneys from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed their brief with the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals here as part of the appeal of the ruling of District Judge Michael M. Baylson in the case of Free Speech Coalition, et al v. Attorney General of the United States.

The government's brief attempts both to analyze Judge Baylson's ruling after the eight-day trial held in mid-June of last year, as well as to respond somewhat to the appeal points made by plaintiffs' attorneys J. Michael Murray and Lorraine Baumgardner in the appeal brief, which AVN analyzed here.

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In its 74-page appeal brief, the government attorneys—Stuart F. Delery, Zane David Memeger, Scott R. McIntosh and Anne Murphy—begin by arguing that despite the testimony by at least three plaintiffs' experts, most notably sociologist/statistician Dr. Daniel Linz, the evidence given by those experts "did not allow the court to quantify with any precision the various types of pornography found on the Internet and elsewhere," they nonetheless argue that the court had managed to find that "many millions of sexually explicit images, showing a full variety of sexual conduct, are available to consumers," and that the "most popular 'genre' of pornography is 'teen porn.'"

Therefore, they argue,"Striking down a federal statute in its entirety is 'a last resort,' because 'invalidating a law that in some of its applications is perfectly constitutional – particularly a law directed at conduct so antisocial that it has been made criminal – has obvious harmful effects' that weigh in the constitutional balance," citing for that last argument the case of U.S. v. Michael Williams, who was convicted for both possessing and advertising ("pandering") child porn. [Citations omitted here and below.]

"Section 2257 and 2257A are designed to further an extraordinarily important interest—protecting minors against sexual exploitation," the government argues. "To invalidate those provisions on their face would not only place minors at increased risk of exploitation, but would do so in circumstances in which the Statutes are perfectly constitutional."

Of course, that argument completely neglects the fact that child pornography laws exist, and anyone caught violating them risks a substantial prison term—far greater than those prescribed by 2257—and that fact in itself virtually insures that the legitimate commercial adult industry will, regardless of any law forcing them to do so, inspect the identification documents of all performers with whom they wish to make adult content.

The brief also takes issue with the plaintiffs' argument that, since the vast majority of adult performers would not be mistaken for minors, that the statute is overbroad in its application.

"The First Amendment overbreadth doctrine weighs the harms of stripping a congressional enactment of all effect against the risk that the 'threat of enforcement' of the statute might 'deter[] people from engaging in constitutionally protected speech' or action," the government brief states, again quoting from the Williams decision—and again, omitting the clear "threat of enforcement" posed to would-be child pornographers by the child porn laws.

"To determine whether a statute is substantially overbroad, four factors are relevant in this Circuit: (1) the number of valid applications of the statute; (2) the 'historic or likely frequency of conceivably impermissible applications'; (3) 'the nature of the activity or conduct sought to be regulated,' and (4)'the nature of the state interest underlying the regulation'," the brief further argues. [Internal quotes omitted]

Trouble is, 2257 fails to meet most of those criteria. The "state interest underlying the regulation" fails in light of the existing child porn laws, plus as has been previously pointed out, 2257 does not even require adult content producers to be able to spot a false ID if it's presented to them—and as long as that producer keeps a copy of that phony ID, she/he escapes liability under 2257, even if the content itself may run afoul of the child porn statutes.

Moreover, since virtually (if not in fact actually) everyone involved in the commercial adult industry today is probably an adult, the "number of valid applications of the statute" are nil, and at trial, even the government's FBI witnesses—the ones who conducted 2257 inspections on adult companies in the mid-2000s—admitted that they had not found any underage performers in the material produced by the inspected companies—which also suggests that the "historic or likely frequency of conceivably impermissible applications" is quite high.

The government tries to get around this by noting that "the trial evidence included many thousands of sexually explicit images, including screenshots from websites and videos, and expert testimony that over a billion pornographic images can be found on the Internet, a vast number of which depict young-looking performers. The court found that many of these images, categorized within sub-genres such as 'teen porn,' showed sexual performers who may not even appear to be physically mature."

But then, that's not the point. Since the plaintiffs in the case are the trade association of the adult entertainment industry as well as the association of photojournalists plus a number of fine art photographers and sex educators, none of whom have been charged in more than 25 years with having created child pornography, it really doesn't matter how many porn images can be found on the internet, not even how many of those are classified as "teen porn" nor how many feature performers "who may not even appear to be physically mature" (think "Little Cinderella," an adult performer in the late '90s) as long as all of them are in fact adults. And since child pornographers are notorious for not keeping any age-identification documents on their "performers," 2257 is useless when applied to them anyway, except perhaps to enhance the eventual child pornography offenses with which they will be charged.

The government brief seeks to offset this reality by quoting their "expert," anti-porn activist Dr. Gail Dines, who esentially stated that even mature-looking performers might be young anyway, since among their "attributes" are, "They tend to have often surgically enhanced breasts, lacking any body hair, which includes underarm hair, leg hair and pubic hair. Also, they have very, sort of, done up hair, coiffed hair and a lot of makeup." Of course, since those producing child pornography want their subjects to look as young as possible, making them look "mature" sort of defeats the purpose, doesn't it?

The brief spends about four pages trying to show that plaintiffs' experts' attempts to quantify the number of sexually explicit images available on the Web versus the significantly lesser number of child porn images available were not valid, where Dr. Dines' searches for "teen porn" should be given greater evidentiary value, but rather than attempt to analyze those arguments here, readers may want to read our coverage of those experts at trial.

The government also seeks to discount most of the individual plaintiffs' experiences with 2257 by claiming that, "Not only does their work as artists, educators and journalists not represent commercial pornography as a whole, but these plaintiffs depict a higher proportion of clearly mature individuals than most producers who use professional sex models," and that "The individual plaintiffs’ output of sexually explicit images, moreover, is too small to provide evidence of any trend in images produced by the industry more generally." (The logic being, since they use mostly "clearly mature individuals" and don't shoot a lot, 2257 should apply to them anyway.)

The brief also contains several pages where the government argues that the courts shouldn't trust that even 25-year-olds are, as at least one expert argued, "clearly mature individuals," because another expert, the government's, Dr. Charles Biro, testified that "girls reach full pubertal maturation at about 14-16 years of age," and that "more recent research has shown that 'full maturation for girls is actually occurring earlier'." And don't even get started on the problems of determining the age of a person engaged in sexual activity where the producer doesn't even show her face!

The brief then analyzes previous challenges to 2257, including the original case, American Library Association v. Reno, and the Connection Distributing v. Holder case, which was won by Murray in front of the original Sixth Circuit appeals panel, but overturned by an en banc review. Both of these, it said, provide sufficient rationale for Judge Baylson to uphold the statute. The government attorneys also remind the Third Circuit that, "this Court did not hold in FSC I [FSC's challenge to Baylson's initial summary judgment verdict] that the Constitution would be violated by requiring age verification for mature adults who are shown in images subject to the Statutes. Rather, it held that the government’s argument in support of a universal rule was 'in the abstract and may not necessarily apply to all Plaintiffs.' ... And it remanded to allow the district court to determine, at trial, the amount of sexually explicit expression 'that does not implicate the government’s interest in protecting children,' by comparison with the amount 'that implicates' that interest."

That distinction figures heavily in both appellant's and appellee's briefs, though the government claims (incorrectly) that "plaintiffs do not dispute that age verification can constitutionally be required for images that show performers who are 25 or 26 years old or younger." (Not that it matters; commercial adult content producers will check every unfamiliar performer's ID anyway, so as to avoid child porn charges.)

One of the government's final points in this area can be summed up as, "And so it costs them a few thousand bucks to keep the records in the exact manner that 2257 prescribes; they're making millions anyway, so what's the diff?" The brief specifically cites the testimony of Sinclair Institute's Dian Wilson, who stated that 2257 compliance costs her company $75,000 per year, which Judge Baylson found "was not unreasonable for a business that 'made $53 million in revenues from its sexually explicit videos from 2005-2009.'"

The government also argues that even with all the required paperwork and the costs associated with it, 2257 should nonetheless stand because, "The evidence at trial refuted any contention that universal age verification for sexual performers is interfering with the adult entertainment industry’s ability to produce whatever sexual expression it wants, in whatever quantities it sees fit. Indeed, the trial record is utterly devoid of evidence that the adult entertainment industry’s production of pornography is being inhibited in any way by producers’ compliance with the Statutes, or that the consumers of pornography are unable to find material catering to their particular preferences." So: no First Amendment problems there! Unless one includes the prison sentences and fines associated with not following every little detail of the 2257 requirements; the fact that "secondary producers" who never personally interact with performers are required, at similar expense, to keep 2257 records as well, not to mention the potential privacy violations of performers' real names and addresses attendant to all that record-keeping.

As if it had anything to do with commercial adult industry content production, the government spends several paragraphs on why child porn is bad for both society and the kid porn victims themselves—something the plaintiffs have never denied—and that that's another reason to uphold the statute, because "the statutes at issue do not ban any speech, protected or unprotected, and the plaintiffs have failed to show that the existence of the record-keeping requirements has effectively 'prohibited or chilled' a significant amount of protected speech," and that "the Statutes [2257 and 2257A] advance Congress’s substantial interest in protecting minors"—which, as noted earlier, they don't.

Again, on page 51 of the brief, the government argues that 2257 should be upheld because child pornography, which is made by people who deliberately keep no identification records whatsoever, "is produced, swapped and traded in almost every community in the United States, primarily over the Internet. When homemade child pornography is sold or traded, it can ultimately appear on commercial child pornography websites or in magazines and videos. Child pornography is even available through commercial adult websites," so therefore, "Congress’s interest in limiting the market for child pornography thus remains vital today."

Turns out, though, that in those statements, the government is referring to child porn involving kids aged 13 to 17, which the government claims, through its expert, Janis Wolak, a DOJ-paid senior research assistant with the Crimes Against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire, "increased from 47% in 2000 to 70% in 2009." the government attorneys even cite the Meese Commission Report, which concluded that, "the pornography industry’s practice of employing youthful-looking performers made it nearly impossible for law enforcement officers to effectively investigate potential child pornography." (Perhaps the Meese Commissioners—and government prosecutors—should try reading newspapers, and now also internet news sites, which report on large and small child porn busts nearly every day...)

"In these circumstances, as documented in the trial record, it is hard to imagine how the producers or consumers of pornography depicting what purport to be adults could have any confidence that the models used in such images had reached the age of eighteen if no age-verification system were in place," the government's brief states, again omitting that adult producers, not to mention ordinary citizens, even without 2257, would still have to worry about child porn laws.

"Faced with substantial evidence that the Statutes play a critical role in protecting children from exploitation, and a dearth of evidence that the adult entertainment industry’s compliance with the Statutes since the late 1980s has inhibited any speech, the district court did not err in holding that plaintiffs fell short of making the compelling showing that would justify invalidating this important federal legislation and depriving the Nation’s children of the protection against sexual exploitation that the Statutes provide," this section of the brief incorrectly concludes—especially since many production companies didn't bother to keep 2257 records until then-Attorney General John Ashcroft told Congress he was about to revise them, and those that did try often did a bad job of it.

The brief then turns its attention to the question of whether ordinary citizens' use of Skype, email, texts and other means of image communication contributed to 2257's overbreadth, and no surprise, it concludes they don't. The government's contention is basically that it's impossible to know how much of that material A) is produced, and B) falls under the statute, which requires actual humans engaging in actual sexually explicit activities before it kicks in.

"But images showing nudity, without more, are not subject to the Statutes unless they specifically include 'lascivious exhibitions' of the genitals or pubic area," the brief notes. "Nor do images showing breasts, cleavage or revealing attire fall within the Statutes’ scope. The district court accordingly had no basis for determining from the experts’ testimony how many 'sext' images, if any, would be subject to the Statutes. But without such evidence, '[t]he frequency of sext messaging is irrelevant for Plaintiffs’ overbreadth challenge.'" Similar arguments are made for postings on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

"Without any evidence to show 'there is a considerable quantity (or any quantity)' of private images that are subject to the recordkeeping requirement," the government argues, "the district court did not err in concluding that plaintiffs had failed to prove that the Statutes are substantially overbroad based upon their possible application to private parties." And how can they tell? Easy: none of the "private party" plaintiffs have been busted.

One humorous note: The government states that the plaintiffs' argument that "the Statutes fail the narrow-tailoring standard of McCutcheon v. Federal Election Comm’n" is inapplicable because that case "reviewed election campaign contribution legislation that 'operate[s] in an area of the most fundamental First Amendment activities,' political speech, and is subject to a 'rigorous standard of review' under the First Amendment." Leaving aside the question of whether adult sexual speech is almost by definition political speech, considering how many religious and conservative groups are influencing legislation against it, the government itself draws on a decision that one might think is equally irrelevant: the McCullen v. Coakley "abortion clinic buffer zone" opinion of last week, from which the government draws the argument that, "The district court rejected these as-applied challenges, determining that the statutes do not burden substantially more of the Plaintiffs’ speech than is necessary to further the government’s legitimate interests."

The brief also argues that Free Speech Coalition, the main plaintiff, has no standing to bring "as-applied" challenges to the law, because "the Statutes could be applied constitutionally to a member who (for example) 'produces depictions of predominantly youthful-looking performers,' but might be subject to constitutional challenge as applied to another member who exclusively employs 'performers that no reasonable person could conclude were minors.' Thus, to determine whether the Statutes are invalid as applied to FSC’s members, a court would have to make an individualized determination of what types of images, showing what types of performers, each member produces." The brief goes on to state that it's this variety of producers who are also FSC members that allowed Judge Baylson to reject FSC's facial challenge to the statutes. It also argues that the individual plaintiffs are similarly not burdened by 2257's requirements because, as Judge Baylson stated in his opinion, "[m]any Plaintiffs who complained of significant burdens under the Statutes appear to be misunderstanding the regulatory provisions, using outdated record- keeping systems, or declining to take advantage of the ability to use third-party custodians." Yeah! Serves them right for being technologically challenged!

More troubling is the government's assertion that plaintiffs' fears of prosecution under 2257 if their third-party record-keepers make a mistake is unfounded because because "Where, as here, Congress does not specify the mens rea ["guilty mind"] required for a particular crime, criminal statutes are construed 'in light of the background rules of the common law ... in which the requirement of some mens rea for a crime is firmly embedded'." So the government here is essentially saying that there's not a chance in hell that an FBI agent who found that there were missing or improperly filed documents in some producer's 2257 file at a third-party record-keeper could nevertheless conclude that it was the producer him/herself who deliberately left out the documents or in some way caused them to be filed improperly.

The final section of the government's brief argues, incredibly, that the plaintiffs have no valid Fourth Amendment claims regarding the warrantless inspections that 2257 allows FBI inspectors to perform, without notification, at any adult production company or record-keeper because "the government 'has not conducted a Section 2257 inspection since 2007.' Rather, the 'FBI dismantled the inspections program in early 2008, and there has been no intent or effort to revive it.'" Not only that, but now that third-party record-keepers are allowed, the producers' right "against unreasonable searches and seizures," and their right that "no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized," are essentially meaningless if the inspectors don't actually inspect the production company's premises. Besides, the new rules also say that any "producer of images of sexually explicit conduct, including private individuals creating images for purely personal use" can be inspected... so everyone's rights can be violated by 2257 inspectors?

But it's not simply the lack of current inspections, or a team to perform them, that makes "injunctive relief... unwarranted"; it's the fact that "the plaintiffs’ prospective Fourth Amendment claims are not ripe for adjudication. "Any claim that a future records inspections system might be unconstitutional depends upon 'contingent future events that may not occur as anticipated, or indeed may not occur at all,' and is therefore not ripe." In other words, if the courts will only allow the government to keep the power to violate adult-image producers' Fourth Amendment rights, hey, they'll just forget about that power and be extremely unlikely ever to use it again—unless some administration even less friendly to adult content ever manages to retake the presidency! And all those past Fourth Amendment violations committed by FBI inspectors under 2257? They don't matter either, because they're in the past and there's nothing the courts can do about them.

But if the "non-ripeness" argument doesn't fly, the government is there with a backup plan: The warrantless, notificationless inspection scheme mandated under 2257 is perfectly fine anyway, because they're just "administrative searches," and the fact that such searches are only permitted in "closely-regulated industries" also doesn't matter, because "All persons subject to the record-keeping requirements, however, are engaged in the enterprise of producing images of actual people engaging in sexually explicit conduct, an enterprise that is subject to a comprehensive framework of laws that prohibit child pornography, and all producers are required to maintain segregated records verifying the ages of the people depicted in the images," so therefore, "The district court therefore did not err in treating all producers as participants in a highly regulated industry."

Of all the arguments the government makes in its brief, that one has to be the most ridiculous. The only "regulations" the adult industry has to follow are 1) don't use kids, and 2) don't make content that fits some cop's, and later some jury's, idea of obscenity. If that makes the industry "highly regulated," then every media producer from newspapers to magazines to TV shows and beyond is similarly "highly regulated"—and indeed federal secrecy and "whistleblower" rules are rapidly heading in that direction.

Beyond that, the only other argument the brief has to offer for why it's okay to violate producers' Fourth Amendment rights is "the extremely limited nature of the records inspections themselves"—an argument that's of apiece with the concept of "just a little bit pregnant."

In any case, now that the Justice Department has filed its brief with the appeals court, each side will be allowed to file an "Answer" to its opponent's brief, which under the federal rules must be done within 15 days. Then, the Third Circuit will set a hearing date, which is likely to be sometime in late August or September.

The Department of Justice's appeal brief in Free Speech Coalition, et al v. Attorney General of the United States can be found here.

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Skow Locks in Jessie Andrews’ 1st & Only Anal (for 1 Year)

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CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Director B. Skow has scored a unique exclusive for his upcoming Girlfriends Films feature, The Gardner: Jessie Andrews' first anal scene, with an agreement that it's the only one she'll shoot until one year from the movie's September release.

“I signed a contract with [Andrews] that stipulates she won’t do another anal scene until September 2015, if she ever does another,” Skow said. “I don’t think it would have happened if she wasn’t so passionate about the script. We didn’t do it just to do it."

He continued, “When we finished the script I really wanted Jessie for the main role of the kidnapped girl. It was also important to have the main character do anal because I really wanted to show how she was mentally tortured. Jessie had never done anal and I brought the project to her and she liked the idea of doing anal for the first time in a feature, so we made it happen.”

The movie also starring A.J. Applegate, Karla Kush, Maddy O’Reilly, Nadia Styles, Alec Knight and Kurt Lockwood. Knight gets the honors of the anal scene with Andrews, while Applegate, Kush and O'Reilly have a g/g/g scene, and Nadia does a b/b/g with Knight and Lockwood.

The script was inspired by stories like that of Jaycee Lee Dugard, who was kidnapped at age 11 by a convicted kidnapper/rapist and his wife, spending much of her 18 years of confinement in a box. It continues Skow's oeuvre of psychologically compelling adult features based upon sad, strange and crazy real life events.

Sweetness & Light is Skow's most recent Girlfriends title to hit shelves. See the trailer here.

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Katie Couric Addresses ‘Your Brain on Porn’ on Daytime Show

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Katie Couric Addresses 'Your Brain on Porn' on Daytime Show

LOS ANGELES—Katie Couric brought the subject of porn and porn addiction to her daytime talk show yesterday along with a palpable degree of discomfort for the subject, which she owned up to at the top, explaining (as if anyone couldn't guess) that she's basically a prude. She was also unable to shake a stubborn determination to approach the subject via pure emotion, general assumptions and what she non-journalistically called "common sense."

But at least Couric or her producers had the good sense to include as a guest clinical psychologist David Ley, PhD, who is also the executive director of a behavioral health program called New Mexico Solutions and author of The Myth of Sex Addiction, and about which AVN has previously reported

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A lone voice of dissent against newly popularized theories about so-called porn addiction and the alleged changes that occur to your brain on porn—an unfortunate and unoriginal name for the segment, considering it is the same name as a website that unquestionably promotes the debatable science about porn addiction—Ley found himself consistently referencing research that disproved ideas that Couric, her other expert guest  psychologist Dr. Sue Varma and the audience seemed to take as gospel. As one point, Couric even ridiculed Dr. Ley's reliance on research, to the delight of the audience.

Indeed, a quick perusal of the comments found here in reaction to the show indicate that Katie fans in general thought Ley was a total jerk who should never have been invited on the show in the first place.

"Dr Ley is a complete idiot ... thanks Katie for putting him in his place!!" wrote one fan.

And, as usual, other than including Dr. Ley, the rest of the show was constructed around the notion that addiction to porn is a fact of life, including the opening segment, How a Man's Porn Addiction Almost Cost Him Everything, for which the promo read, "1 in 4 adults admits to looking at pornography at work and 70% of access to online porn happens between 9 AM and 5 PM. But too much porn watching can cause major problems in relationships, which is exactly what happened to Craig Perra."

And, perhaps inevitably, the show also contained a segment about protecting kids from porn, in which the claim was made (as fact, by Couric) that most kids get their first gander at online porn between the ages of 8-10. (Wasn't it supposed to be 11 years of age?) Again, Ley attempted to counter that claim, as well as the notion that exposure equals devastation and lifetime turmoil, but was perhaps most soundly rebuffed in that attempt, which only worked to reinforce the idea that engaging in a reasonable discussion about kids, sex and porn is almost impossible in a nation of adults so conflicted and confused about their own sexualities that they can (for the most part) only approach the subject through the distorted lens of "common sense."

But as inevitable as it may be that our daytime television will by definition take a more favorable position on an alleged affliction that has yet to be either proven or codified in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5, Couric is most definitely to be credited for adding an opposing voice to her show, even if she couldn't help taking an occasional swipe at him.

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Drake, Braun Talk ‘Snow White XXX’ on CraveOnline Podcast

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Drake, Braun Talk 'Snow White XXX' on CraveOnline Podcast

LOS ANGELES—Star Jessica Drake and director Axel Braun discuss their hit Wicked Fairy Tales collaboration Snow White XXX: An Axel Braun Parody, which currently sits at #1 on AVN's Top 150 Chart, on the new episode of CraveOnline.com's “Blue Movies Podcast.”

Hosted by CraveOnline’s Film Channel Editor William “Bibbs” Bibbiani, the 60-minute interview may be heard here.
 
"I really loved talking to Bibbs about being wickedly evil in ‘Snow White XXX,’ Drake said. “It always helps when the person asking the questions does their research, and Bibbs really did. Axel joined in on the fun later in the episode with some really exciting news, too, so make sure you listen to the whole thing!"
 
To view the trailer for Snow White XXX, click here
 
“Jessica Drake is pornographic royalty—in more ways than one,” Bibbiani commented. “And anyone who knows Axel Braun knows that Axel is just ... well, Axel. Nobody makes films quite like him, and he's always good for an interview. And a laugh.”

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Added Braun, "The Crave ‘Blue Movie Podcast’ was lots of fun. Bibbs is not only a hilarious human being and the ultimate geek, he has also appeared in several of my movies, lending his immense acting talents to my art free of charge! It's only a matter of time until he gets his own parody. Like, seriously!"

He further noted, "I always feel my main goal as a director is to deliver a movie I can be proud of, and if it happens to become successful that's just the icing on the cake. In the case of Snow White XXX, there has been an overabundance of icing, which obviously makes me very happy."
 
In addition to Drake’s work on Snow White XXX, Bibbiani spoke with her about her new release Jessica Drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Plus Size, in which she teams with Kelly Shibari to give plus size couples the lowdown on enhancing and enriching their love lives through lively demonstrations, explicit sex scenes, timely advice and more.

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Government Files Its Appeal in Third Circuit 2257 Case

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Government Files Its Appeal in Third Circuit 2257 Case

Posted Jul 03rd, 2014 10:16 AM

PHILADELPHIA, PA—Late yesterday evening, attorneys from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed their brief with the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals here as part of the appeal of the ruling of District Judge Michael M. Baylson in the case of Free Speech Coalition, et al v. Attorney General of the United States.

The government's brief attempts both to analyze Judge Baylson's ruling after the eight-day trial held in mid-June of last year, as well as to respond to the appeal points made by plaintiffs' attorneys J. Michael Murray and Lorraine Baumgardner in the appeal brief, which AVN analyzed here.

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In its 74-page appeal brief, the government attorneys—Stuart F. Delery, Zane David Memeger, Scott R. McIntosh and Anne Murphy—agreed with just about everything Judge Baylson stated as the basis for his opinion, and urged the appeals court to accept the judge's factual findings and not to look at the trial record itself to see if the testimony bore out the judge's conclusions.

Check back later this afternoon with avn.com for a full analysis of the government's appeal brief.

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California Exotic Novelties Congratulates Al Bloom on Retirement

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Industry legend, pioneer and advocate celebrates his amazing career

California Exotic Novelties Congratulates Al Bloom on Retirement

Posted Jul 02nd, 2014 05:28 PM

LOS ANGELES, CA—Industry legend, pioneer and advocate Al Bloom is retiring from California Exotic Novelties after eleven years. Susan Colvin and the California Exotic Novelties team, along with many others in the industry, wish him warm congratulations.

 “It has been an honor and privilege to work with Al over the years," Colvin said. "His charm, dedication, and wit will be missed around the office. We wish Al all the best in his retirement; however we refuse to say goodbye! We know Al will come back to visit often and we greatly appreciate that he’ll continue to consult for the company.”

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Al Bloom is a graduate of Kent State University and has a BBA in marketing. During his early career from 1970 to 1976, he was the general manager for Capitol News Agency. From 1976 to 1978, he was the general manager of Sovereign News Company—now known as Transworld News, Inc. In 1979, he became the president, and then later the owner, of Caballero Home Video, which was once the largest film producer in the adult film industry. He was also the vice president and co-owner of Vidco Entertainment, also an adult film producer, from 1987 to 1993.

In 1993, Bloom transitioned to the novelty side of the industry as the marketing manager at Doc Johnson Enterprises. He worked there until 1998 when he became a partner at M&M Sales, which was a major novelty distribution company until 2003.

Bloom took the role of marketing director of California Exotic Novelties in 2003. In 2012, he was promoted to senior director of business affairs. The company is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of adult novelties and Bloom also served parallel positions at its sister company, Jopen, starting in 2010.

 “I’ve developed so many friends in this wonderful industry and I am touched by everyone’s kind words as I step into retirement," Bloom said. "Thank you for all the memories and I will think of you often while I’m teeing up on the golf course!”

Bloom had many notable achievements including receiving the 1989 Joel Warner “Good Guy” Award which was presented by the Adult Video Association. In 2003, he was honored with the “Industry Founder’s Award” by the Free Speech Coalition, a non-profit organization which Bloom helped found.

In 2009, Bloom was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame. 2011 saw him honored with the degree of Honoris Causa Doctor of Arts from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. In 2012, Al received the Xbiz Executive Leadership Award for the Novelty Industry.

Bloom is moving to Arizona with his wife. Everyone at California Exotic Novelties will miss the man that has served as their mentor and friend.

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Whaaa? Check Out PinkLabel.tv’s BikeSmut Porn, ‘de-railed’

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Boy-on-boy bicycle porn by Quinn Cassidy and Creamy Coconut

Whaaa? Check Out PinkLabel.tv's BikeSmut Porn, 'de-railed'

Posted Jul 02nd, 2014 05:14 PM

SAN FRANCISCO—Pink & White Productions is proud to add the surreal educational bike smut film de-railed to its fair-trade indie VOD hub, PinkLabel.tv. A collaboration by Quinn Cassidy and Creamy Coconut, de-railed is a bonafide bike maintenance instructional porn video that offers sexy entertainment for the novice cyclist and veteran "bikesexual" alike.

In de-railed, sweet and submissive Joey Utah visits Sebastian Keys, a master bike mechanic handy with gears and queers. The two sexy gingers tighten and release some serious tension, in a kinky lesson about adjusting a bicycle derailleur. When Joey gets worked up, his Tourettes-induced ticks start firing off sparks of raw, visceral energy. de-railed is a hardcore tutorial in bike mechanics and sexual maintenance, where everyone gets worked on.

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Accuracy and honesty are key elements of de-railed. When brainstorming the film's educational bent, Creamy Coconut insisted that the clip be an accurate tutorial, and as funny as possible. Training and instruction allowed for the film to offer succinct direction on how to fix a bike derailleur. Also accurate is the portrayal of its stars' sexual desires.

"'Authenticity' is kind of a buzzword," said Cassidy, who is also a freelance director at gay porn houses in Los Angeles and New York. "It's considered controversial because sex with a camera is inherently a performance. However when it comes to a performer doing exactly what they want in line with their own sexuality, in my opinion, a director doesn’t really have much of a place to dictate what they expect from a performer’s sexuality."

This directorial technique showcases the cast's organic and often spontaneous sexual performance, such as when Utah kicks his leg up on the pedal causing the back wheel to spin at the same momentum as he's being fucked. Unique to porn is Utah's sexual adrenaline-induced 'ticks'—that the performer's Tourette's was visible adds to the film's honesty and politics of sexual agency.

"It was important for me that Utah felt safe and able to perform without stigma," explained Cassidy. "As you see him getting fucked, his adrenaline levels spike and his Tourette's starts going off. It’s amazing and something you don’t see in porn. It was important to Utah to represent that as honestly as we could."

de-railed makes its online debut on PinkLabel.tv and continues to tour across the country coast-to-coast with the BikeSmut Film Festival and a recent NYC premiere, where it won Cinekink's "Bring It" Audience Choice Award. If bike-inspired sex turns your wheels, look forward to future films by Cassidy, Cox, and Creamy Coconut. Read more about de-railed's inception with interviews with Quinn Cassidy and Creamy Coconut on PinkLabel.tv's directors' chair blog.

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Studies Indicate Your Boss is a Porn-Obsessed Narcissist

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Studies Indicate Your Boss is a Porn-Obsessed Narcissist

LOS ANGELES—Two studies released this year indicate that your boss—whoever s/he is—is more likely than not a porn-loving narcissist. The studies were conducted separately from one another, and neither comes to that specific conclusion—rather, they each make separate conclusions regarding narcissistic behavior and predilections—but I don't really care about any of that. My own superior powers of deduction prove that my conclusions about these studies are irrefutable.

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One of the two studies was reported on in February of this year. According to HuffPo UK, the researchers "conducted a study of 3,200 candidates applying for leadership training at Norwegian armed forces officer schools," where they "had to undergo a structured standardized interview designed to assess leadership potential. As part of the study, they were also given a personality test that measured narcissistic traits."

The results were rather predictable. "Those who scored highly for narcissism also did well in the admission interviews and were more likely to be accepted as officer cadets," reported HuffPo.

The lead researcher in that study, Christian Gimso from the BI Norwegian Business School, commented, "The study indicates that candidates with a high degree of narcissistic traits do better in the admission interview than candidates with a lower degree of narcissism. They are also more likely to be admitted."

Duh!

The other study, which was published in the May 2014 issue of Sex & Marital Therapy, was conducted by researchers from the University of Houston–Clear Lake, who, according to Melissa Dahl at New York magazine, "tested narcissism levels on the participants, most of whom were heterosexual women between 18 and 61 years of age, using a standard 40-item questionnaire."

Dahl continues, "They found that the higher respondents scored on the narcissism scale, the more likely they were to say they’d ever watched pornography; this held true even when excluding answers from men, who in this study and previous ones cop to watching more porn. And among the people who watched porn, higher narcissism was correlated with more hours watching internet porn."

These results were also rather predictable. As Dahl observes, "Past research has shown that the more control narcissists have over sex, the more gratifying the experience tends to be, the researchers note—and this could help explain the narcissism-porn connection."

That need for control extends naturally to the web, where "the online-porn viewer is able to click around until he or she finds exactly their idealized sexual imagery."

But again, all of this is painfully apparent to me. Utilizing a standard syllogistic calculation, I quickly come to the obvious and immediate uber-conclusion that these two studies indicate a high likelihood that the majority of upper management in any company or organization (including the government) are individuals who exhibit extreme narcissistic disorder combined with an obsessive-compulsive need to consume copious amounts of pornography.

Needless to say, I don't expect anyone else to understand the nuances of what I'm saying, but that's just the price I pay for being me.

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