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30
Jun

Skin Diamond Makes Directorial Debut for Deviant

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Skin Diamond Makes Directorial Debut for Deviant

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—AVN Award winner and July Penthouse Pet of the Month Skin Diamond adds another feather to her ever more prestigious cap by becoming the latest top-tier performer to step behind the camera for Deviant Entertainment.

The 2014 AVN Female Performer of the Year nominee describes her maiden directorial voyage, Skin Diamond's Dollhouse, as a "creepy horror movie-like" production. Aside from herself, the cast of Dollhouse includes Aiden Starr, Annie Cruz, Lana Violet and Courtney Taylor.

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Explaining the respective roles of each of her performers, Diamond told AVN, "Aiden Starr is my fetish doll! Courtney Taylor is my sex doll, and Lana Violet is my Lolita doll."

For her own scene, opposite 2015 AVN Awards co-host Tommy Pistol, Diamond said the proceedings involve a "slight medical fetish theme," adding, "I got these dresses from Japan that are going to look amazing!"

It was after Deviant head of production A. Slayer approached her about trying her hand at directing that the idea for Dollhouse was born, Diamond said. She recounted, "[Slayer] asked me if I wanted to direct a movie and after thinking about it a little, the doll theme sprang to mind and I agreed. This movie is very heavily inspired by the artist Trevor Brown, whose twisted depictions of dolls in distress have fascinated me for years."

Slayer has also recently handed directorial reins at Deviant to performers Maddy O'Reilly and Brandy Aniston. Of Diamond, he commented, "Besides being one of the most sought after girls of today, she is also very creative and has a strong desire to bring her dark vision to the camera. I'm confident Skin has what it takes to not only be in front of but behind the camera for many years to come. She is a perfect fit for Deviant and we are so pleased she came aboard."

No release date has yet been announced for Skin Diamond's Dollhouse.

Photo by Rick Garcia/@IndustryByRick.

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30
Jun

Britney Young Launches Erotic Lit E-Zine

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Britney Young Launches Erotic Lit E-Zine

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Performer Britney Young expands her professional horizons with a new e-publication, Britney Young Presents, devoted to fostering erotic literature.

"I want to create an option for writers whose work is high quality but may not fit into narrowly defined niches," Young said. "I want to promote the stories and the authors of those stories to my explanding audience."

Describing her concept of the type of stories that will fill Britney Young Presents, she expounded, "It's not just about sex. It's an exploration of relationships between people that includes every aspect of those relationships."

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The publication will include short and long-form erotic fiction from both new and established writers. Some of those who've already contributed works to the budding enterprise are Ralph Greco Jr., Joe Randazzo and Oz Carter.

For more on Britney Young's various pursuits, visit www.mylifeasbritneyyoung.com.

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29
Jun

Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality Honors Club 90

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Say hello to Dr. Hart, Dr. Royalle and Dr. Vera.

Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality Honors Club 90

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday evening, the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality bestowed honorary doctoral degrees in human sexuality on the surviving members of the adult industry's first performer support group, Club 90—named after the address of founding member Gloria Leonard's apartment in New York City. Leonard, of course, died earlier this year, but she was given the honor posthumously—and her fellow Club 90 members—Veronica Hart, Candida Royalle and Veronica Vera—were all present not only to accept their degrees, but also to lecture to students at the Institute on their lives, their works and what they'd learned from being in the adult entertainment industry for roughly 30 years. (The other founding members, Annie Sprinkle and Sharon Mitchell, were not so honored, having both earned their degrees several years ago.)

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The ceremony took place at the Institute, 1523 Franklin Street in San Francisco, in the Institute's main lecture hall, which though small was filled nearly to capacity with students and invited guests. The degrees were presented to each actress by Dr. Ted McIlvenna, the Institute's founder and chairman of its board of directors.

Dr. McIlvenna began by noting that the event was being filmed by a video crew from Chile, which was apparently preparing a documentary on the American adult film industry. He explained, "I gave them some idea of history, and the importance of history; why we save things, how importance it was to save the experiences of people who find value in it. I talked about the arts and why we save the arts and why many of you decided to go into the art forms that you did, and I remember a lot of those things."

McIlvenna related some of his own history, noting that his father had been both a missionary to the American Indians as well as a student at a theological seminary in Boston, and while McIlvenna had been raised in a traditional religious household, his career took off in a direction that neither his father nor his bishop would have expected.

"The old Bishop told me, 'Find what God is doing in all this sex,' and that's what I've been looking for all these years," McIlvenna said he told the Chilean crew. "And you know what? I have joyfully been able to find those persons who were the prophets who did some things and were better seekers than me, and I could say, 'Thank you; let share with you and let me appreciate what you have done.'"

McIlvenna began the honoraria with Gloria Leonard, calling her a "wonderful woman," and reading from the doctoral certificate: "The Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, by virtue of the authority vested in the Board of Directors, and on the recommendations of the faculty, the degree of Doctor of Human Sexuality is conferred upon Gloria Leonard."

He next called upon Veronica Vera, who, after giving up her acting career, became a columnist for Penthouse Variations, and later opened Miss Vera's School for Boys Who Want to be Girls in New York City.

"Somebody told me, when I talked with her on the phone, I would fall in love, and I did," McIlvenna said. "The problem is, I didn't have a chance to cross-dress with her, so that's one of the things I'm looking forward [to] in the future."

"I do feel that, in a way, I've always kind of felt that I had some kind of calling," Vera responded, "and so to be able to hear you say that, it's just helps me to go on and know that there are other people who believe like I do and all of you do, so long live the Institute; thank you, Ted, for founding it, and for acknowledging us, and thank you all for just being here to celebrate with me and all of us, and I promise this will make me better at servicing—I mean serving others"—a slip of the tongue that drew raucous laughter.

Several people spoke about their love and admiration of Vera, including Veronica Hart, who is better known among the Institute's staff and students by her real name, Jane Hamilton.

"Veronica is one of the bravest, most awesome women in the whole world," Hamilton said, "but what you don't know about her is, she's a wonderful, wonderful caretaker, and she also helps people in transition in many, many ways. She's helped so many people transition from the planet, and that is one of her true callings and she is amazing at it and I want you to know that about her too."

Sharan Mitchell, however, got a little more earthy.

"My first threesome was with Vera," she said, "and God, that just changed my life. She has been an example of beauty and grace and dignity, and all the things a woman goes through in their lives, she has gone through, and not only helped others but has been an example for me."

"We were the High Heels School of Journalism, and we click-clacked into places. We covered Times Square, we traveled to the Whore's Conference and we've had so many amazing adventures and so much fun and sexy times," added Annie Sprinkle. "I've seen her grow as a sex educator... She's going to put this doctorate to such good use. She's helped so many feel good about their sexuality and I have to say, she's my favorite writer."

Candida Royalle (whom most at the Institute referred to by her real name, Candace) described Vera as "a wonderful, wonderful friend... You can't ask for a better person to have in your life and on your support team."

Next to be honored was Hart/Hamilton, whom McIlvenna said, of his acquaintances in the adult entertainment industry, he had known Hamilton the longest.

"Our paths have crossed in different ways," he noted. "She was a tremendous help in the development of the [Erotic Heritage] Museum in Las Vegas, and helped me in moments of being pissed off, and she's somebody that has been involved and been in and out of the adult industry.

"She's certainly been a magnificent actress; she made many great things; she continues to be an inspiration," he added later. "We're so happy that she's continuing on. We're looking forward now to having a research and development center in southern California... I'm so proud of what she's done, working with all of our wonderful people in China. It's like having a missionary there... We started a long relationship, and [went on] trips to China, and I think what's going to be [happening] is the development of an educational program for the rim of Southeast Asia, and I really think we'll have those centers everyplace, and Janie will be teaching for a long time. We're so proud of her and what she's done and what she's accomplished."

When it was her turn to speak, rather than reciting her own accomplishments, Hamilton spent several minutes extolling McIlvenna's good works, describing him as "a beacon of hope and approval and acceptance for those of us who've always felt differently about life, about sexuality and wanted to go down those paths.

"This man is most incredible, and he's now turned around and acknowledged all of the work that we've been doing, and there's not very many academics that would give us the time of day, let alone acknowledge our life work," she continued. "And I thank you for giving me the opportunity to work at the Erotic Heritage Museum. That place was so very important. It was a place for people to gather and exchange ideas. It was a safe place. Everybody could come there. You could be overweight, you could be really gay, you could be anything you wanted to be and you were be okay. It was okay for you to walk in the door as a boy or a girl or whatever, but everybody was accepted. It was such a wonderful place for people to come and talk positively about sex, feel good about their own sexuality and oftentimes learn a thing or two. It was a wonderful, wonderful meeting place. I hope to see it reopens under however it can; it's such an important place to be."

Hamilton also talked a bit about her work in teaching sex education in China, saying it was "very, very life-changing and affirmed that I indeed wanted to be a sex educator. It was an important place for me to go, and it's definitely giving me a place for the future.

"We're talking about things like pornography and obscenity laws, and somebody said that feminism hasn't even begun yet; we're still talking about equal pay for women here; that's still a big discussion," she continued. "Excuse me; this is 2014 and we're still talking about that? This is ridiculous. But we're so far ahead of other countries, at least having the conversation and acknowledging women. Let's help women everywhere rise up; let's help them get the respect they need; let's help them get the pleasure and the ecstasy in life that makes it all worth sticking around for. Let's hope we can spread that, and the way we can do that is by example and by education—and I guess donations, too."

Royalle took note that Hamilton had barely said anything about herself in her "acceptance speech," and remarked, "Basically, she is such a giving person. This was supposed to be her moment to say something about herself, about her experience, and she gave it all to Ted, and understandably so. But you gave your moment in the light to someone you felt deserved it, and that is so typical of you, Jane; she's one of the most giving, thoughtful people, and always concerned about others, always wanting to help others, do things for others, almost to a fault... and I'm so happy you're getting the recognition you deserve. I'm so happy you've found finally your partner in life, who clearly adores you as he should, and I really congratulate you... You deserve all the goodness you can get."

Mitchell was once again the person to bring things down to earth.

"Not only have we been good lovers and good friends but Janie's always been one of the few people in my life—and there's five of them here tonight—who've been able to tell me what's really going on," she said. "When stuff hasn't been so pleasant, when I've not been making the best decisions, they said, 'You know what? No; you're not doing the best thing, but everything's gonna be okay, but you might want to rethink this.' And to me, that's the real definition of a friend, and Jane has always been there, to keep me working, to keep me thinking about myself, and to keep me cumming."

Vera, after extolling more of Hamilton's virtues, entertained the audience by telling of the time Hamilton visited her in her New York apartment, and she, Vera, offhandedly remarked that her closet needed fixing; Hamilton immediately went out to a hardware store, got lumber and nails and spent several hours fixing things so that there was finally a place to hang her dresses.

"So basically, if you need a horny handyman, call me," Hamilton responded.

The assemblage also heard from Tracy, Hamilton's English-to-Chinese translator in China, who noted of Hamilton, "She's done a great job in China. She lets the Chinese women know, if you try, you can have a better life. She makes the people understand, 'Keep trying. Try new things. If you think you deserve a better life, try and get a better life. Everyone deserves a good life. Open your mind.' She keeps telling us that. She's famous in China. I like this woman... even though sometimes she drives me crazy a little bit."

The final honoree was Candida Royalle, who rated McIlvenna's longest introduction, in which he described her and her works as "classy" and always having "intimacy."

"If you haven't had a chance to talk with her and see her films, she has made so many contributions it terms of the roles of females and female rights and really always had a sense of style," he said. "I'm not sure where she got that but she's always had a great sense of style, and at conferences, occasionally we'd run into each other many years ago. I'm telling you, if you go to a sex conference, and you're involved with all of those people trying to hustle things and are interested in being criticized, and you see her walk across the floor, everybody stops and notices. I don't think she knows that about herself. She has one of the sexiest walks in the world."

Indeed; Royalle admitted that she didn't know that, but there was plenty she did know from a life full of self-examination and creativity.

"I'm really, really honored," she told the assemblage. "I never expected this. I was always too lazy to go to school for one of these [but] I was not too lazy to make these films, thank goodness, and I thank you so much. I have to say, when you spoke earlier of a calling, truly, I realized at a certain point that this was somehow, for some reason, my calling. Everything came together—I spoke for two and a half hours about it yesterday—but you know, you talk about the perfect storm. Everything just started to fall into place. I realized at a certain point right in the middle of the '80s that I was meant to give a voice to women and to the adult industry. And I had been a young feminist in college. People would say, 'How could you be a feminist and do this?' I didn't know how answer that, and I finally had the answer, and it all just fell into place. I realized I was meant to do it, and this is just a wonderful culmination at this point in my life, and I thank you very, very much. I'm very grateful."

Sharon Mitchell credited Royalle with awakening Mitchell's own sense of self as a feminist, which she said had stood her in good stead for her entire career.

"The truth is, though, that when I first started coming of age, and I started becoming one of the adult entertainment industry [people] in New York City, Candace was already in the rock 'n' roll scene and so on and so forth," she began. "And the truth is that I would listen to Candace and she would say, 'We're feminists. We're feminists,' and I was like 17, 18 years old, and I thought we were feminists, and then all these fucking crazy women against pornography and all these fucking crazy bizarre women used to come down, and I was appalled, because Candace had me convinced in my head, 'I'm a feminist. Wait a second. I'm taking control of my body, my mind, my finances. I'm a feminist for free expression,' which is what Candace had always said. And so I always thought that, and I was absolutely upside down appalled that other women would have a negative view of what we were doing for a living. I mean, Candace gave me an identity of feminism, and that was very important to me. And I remember these stupid, cowardly-ass chicks. I mean, they were fucking pussies; they really were. No offense. I mean, every time you would invite them for a debate, who would show up? We all did. Did they show up? Never. The only time they would show up was eventually, years later, when they would debate Gloria."

Royalle interrupted her to note that she herself had personally debated such antagonists as Andrea Dworkin and Catherine MacKinnon—which led to Mitchell's recalling that adult actresses had few media outlets, but "let's not forget the late night guy, Tom Snyder; he would have us on. He loved Jamie [Gillis], he loved Candace, he loved Janie, he loved everybody. But very few people would give us a platform. But Candace introduced me to the thought of feminism and the belief that I was a feminist, and that, no matter how tarnished by other people, was something that always stayed with me and you gave that to me and I love you forever for that. Not only for that; for just being my fucking buddy through all the shit I've gone through."

"Candida did something extraordinary," Sprinkle said when her turn came. "She set out to make feminist erotica, porn, and let me tell you, she got so much shit from men. The porn industry really tried to put her down. She tried to add sensuality, intimacy—"

"They said she was a fad," Mitchell interrupted.

"—and it was hard," Sprinkle continued. "They criticized her so much and she kept going and kept exploring. She is the mother that gave birth to feminist erotica, feminist pornography, and it wasn't easy. Sometimes being transgressive is being less hardcore, and they say, 'There's not enough hardcore in it.' She got so much criticism and she does have the soul of an artist, and she's making a new documentary, and we're so excited about that."

"I worked for VCA and my boss Russell Hampshire actually said that he owed Candida an apology because he said he thought there was no couples market back then; that was a market that didn't exist," Hamilton recalled. "I didn't even think of it as feminist stuff. I thought it was erotica that would appeal to women, that would include the women's sensuality; that's the way I always embraced it, and she has been the queen of it. Not only was she the queen at it and the mother, she turned around and gave all the girlfriends in Club 90 the chance to express themselves in her Star Directors series, and that was so kind and so generous, and so I thank you so much... She is the strongest, most resilient woman I know."

Vera had similar comments, telling how, when Vera's husband had fallen ill, Royalle had organized a "Share the Care" group to help out—and also that Royalle had been a maid of honor at Vera's wedding.

"So, [she did] all of these many things, and when we were told about this award from the institute, Candace said, 'I don't know. I just feel like maybe I didn't do anything; maybe I'm cheating to get this award'," Vera recounted. "And I mean, do you think she's cheating to get this award? I don't think so. No one deserves it more than you."

Royalle herself got in the last word: "You know, I've often said that truly, the most important thing in life, absolutely, aside from your health maybe, is the people in your life, and I think that these women really bear that out. Thank you so much. I'm a very happy girl today, Ted."

And with that, the honorees and guests adjourned to partake of snacks, wines and desserts.

Pictured, l-r: Jane Hamilton, Sharon Mitchell and Dr. Ted McIlvenna.

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28
Jun

‘Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical’ Headed Back to New York

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The Musical' Headed Back to New York

LOS ANGELES—Fourteen years after it debuted Off-Broadway at the Jane Street Theater, Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical returns to The Big Apple for a very limited engagement at a downtown theater starting August 6.

"5th Floor Productions will present the musical, which will run downtown through Aug. 9 at Teatro Circulo and—'befitting its cult following and risqué source material'—will offer both evening performances and late-night shows," reported Playbill.com. "Directed by Nikki DiLoreto, the production will star Mikah Horn as Debbie with Stefanie Miller, Katie Perpall, Nicole Hale, Megan Fleming, Matt Hill, Michael Gioia, Charlie Stoop, Parker Krug and Chris Rehmann."

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The show, which is based on the original 1978 movie, was originally conceived and produced by Susan Schwartz, who also starred as Debbie when it debuted in 2001 at the New York Fringe Festival as a straight play.

According to the show's Wikipedia entry, "The Araca Group bought the rights to produce the piece and opened it as a musical in 2002 at the Jane Street Theater in New York City. Sherie Rene Scott starred in the musical as Debbie. Since its Off-Broadway run, other productions have taken place, notably in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia (2004) with Ben Steel, in Dallas, Texas (2005), in San Francisco, California (2006) and in Los Angeles, California (2008) with Dylan Vox."

5th Floor Productions, in an audition notice posted to its website, describes the production thusly: "The most important theatrical event of the twenty-first century, Debbie Does Dallas is a modern morality tale told as a comic musical of tragic proportions in the language of the rodeo-porno-football circus. The show is the coming-of-age story of an all-American small-town sweetheart named Debbie Benton, the captain of her high-school cheerleading team, who dreams of making it to the big time by becoming a Texas Cowgirl Cheerleader. When Debbie receives a letter telling her she has qualified for the professional squad, the only thing that stands between her and the realization of her dream is bus fare to the big city: Dallas. She enlists her teammates to form a company called Teen Services and get jobs to raise money, but when they learn that minimum-wage jobs just don't pay enough, they agree to try their hands at 'little favors' performed with enthusiasm by 'good girls.' Based on the film of the same name, but without any actual sex or nudity."

Teatre Circulo is located at 64 E. 4th Street. Tickets are $20 and go on sale July 7.

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27
Jun

Canadian Strip Clubs Seek Permission to Run Legal Brothels

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But a survey of club dancers indicates a majority are opposed to the plan.

Canadian Strip Clubs Seek Permission to Run Legal Brothels

CANADA—In the aftermath of the historic ruling late last year by the Canadian Supreme Court striking down three anti-prostitution laws, adult entertainment businesses in Ontario, Canada, saw an opportunity to expand the opportunities available to them, though it's unclear if anyone anticipated their latest attempt to get approval to operate legal brothels.

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According to the National Post, "An organization representing the Ontario adult entertainment business pitched a plan at city hall Thursday that would see legalized brothels operating alongside strip clubs in the province as part of a year-long trial. The recommendation came in a report prepared for the Adult Entertainment Association of Canada’s Ontario wing by former city hall bureaucrat Rudi Czekalla.

"Under the plan," it continued, "strip clubs, which are already zoned for sexual entertainment, would have the exclusive right to sell all sexual services."

The argument by the association is that strip clubs are already regulated, so it only makes sense to add brothels, which will inevitably becomes legal, to the existing businesses.

But not everyone thinks it is a good idea, though opposition to the plan is thus far coming not from the courts or the government, but from club dancers queried about the plan by Czekalla for the report prepared for city hall.

According to the Post, "Ninety per cent of the 159 dancers asked said they felt their employers do an adequate or better job keeping them safe. By a more than two to one margin, however, those same dancers told Mr. Czekalla they were opposed to any plan that would see sexual services sold in the clubs where they work."

The article does not specify why the dancers were opposed to the plan, but it's possible that they feel that having a brothel on the premises would either increase the pressure on them to engage in prostitution or present unwanted competition from the dancers that do. Or maybe they just feel that brothels have their place and strip clubs have theirs, and never the twain should meet.

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27
Jun

Fresh Face: Interview with Jillian Janson

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Interview with Jillian Janson

Newly 19-year-old Jillian Janson came to SoCal from her native Minnesota and started doing scenes in August 2013. Formerly a webcam performer (plus some gigs as a telemarketer and waitress), she came to adult straight from high school and has done 50 scenes by her own count, including shoots with James Deen and Xander Corvus.

Hometown: "Small towns, around Minneapolis, Minnesota."
How old are you?
Just turned 19 in May
Measurements:
5-foot-7, 135 lbs., 34C ("I don't know, I just have curves")
Hair:
Brown
Eyes:
Blue

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How did you start with this?
I was doing webcamming. A guy contacted me and he wound up being my agent.

What did you do before this?
I was in high school. I did a lot of things for work: I was a telemarketer for a year, and before I came here I was a waitress and hostess. I loved it. I'm a people person.

How many scenes have you done now?
50. I've been in the business since August.

What's the best scene you've done so far?
I worked a lot with Mason. She's really fun to work with, because through he entire scene she makes you feel beautiful. It drives up your energy.

Who do you want to work with that you haven't worked with yet?
Hmm. I've pretty much worked with everyone I want to work with. You've got your typical hotties like James Deen, Xander, Chris Stokes. There are some girls, but I don’t have a list.

How is making videos different from what you thought?
Before I went into the business I didn’t have a clue. The first one I shot, I didn’t know what to do, I didn't know the facial expressions. In my personal life I just laid there, but on camera you've got to do more: Facial expressions and sound. I wasn't really one to moan.

Do you like working in the adult industry?
Yes. It's starting to bring out a lot of my creativity. I'm really into photography, creating moments. I've been making videos of my nieces and editing them together.

What are your biggest turn-ons?
A good-smelling man. I can't do odor. It makes it ten times worse if the guy is sweating and his breath stinks. That's a turnoff. Actual effort: the guy can't be boring, can't be not into it. I need guys to be into it. Some guys have the size, but they don't know how to use it. I don't care about the size, I care about how you use it. That's my turn-on. Sensual, romantic, that's my vibe.

Describe your dream sexual scenario.
I don't really have one. For the longest time, the thought in my head was that I wanted to try bondage, and I tried it and it was good. That was my fantasy.

What three personal items would you take if you were stranded on a desert island?
I would say my Hitachi, some kind of solar-powered battery adapter so I could plug it in, and my phone.

What's the most valuable life lesson you've learned?
All those years ... [Chuckle] I learned a lot, actually. I was bitter and cranky all the time until I realized that sometimes there's no tomorrow. You don't know when you're going to die. It's important to have people there for you, to care for you. My mother supported me through this career, but my dad didn't want to deal with it. I miss my family more than ever. I'm missing my nieces growing up.

How would you spend your last day on earth?
With my family. I'm going to try to have as many of those days as I can.

How do you spend your free time?
Cleaning and organizing. I just did a spring cleaning on my computer and I deleted over 30,000 files. I read, I watch TV.

If you weren't doing this, what would you like to be doing?
Photography, video editing. I'm thinking about going to college and what I'm going to do. I want to do something important, like a nurse or something.

Do you have a long-range plan?
I do. I'm more advanced than you would think for an 18-year-old. There is so much creative that I want to do that I can't put my mind to one thing. I express myself a lot. I'd like to be a writer.

Quick hits

Food you would be able to eat every day: Pasta. It's really bad for you. I'm getting more into salad.

Best concert you've been to: Jingle Ball. A lot of people I didn't know at the time, but it's music I'm now into.

One thing you would like to change about yourself: I'm fine the way I am. I'd like to be healthier.

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27
Jun

Court: Comcast Must Give X-Art ‘Six Strikes’ Data for Lawsuit

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LOS ANGELES—According to Ernesto at TorrentFreak, no one associated with the Copyright Alert System—aka the "six strikes" program—will be pleased that an Indiana district court judge has granted a motion by plaintiff Malibu Media, operator of X-Art, that sought to have the court force Comcast to hand over data gathered as part of the program, which Malibu would then use in its copyright infringement lawsuit against Kelley Tashiro, a female nurse from Indianapolis. (Assuming, of course, that the data supports its charges against the defendants.)

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According to Ernesto, "The company had trouble proving that an infringement actually took place. But instead of backing down, they put their money on the six-strikes warnings databases. Malibu asked the court to order Comcast to release all data being held as part of the Copyright Alert System. While Malibu is not part of the program, this data may show that the Internet connection was used to share pirated content on more occasions."

Wednesday, in a briefly worded ruling, U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark L. Dinsmore ordered that "Plaintiff may serve a third party subpoena on Comcast and Comcast should comply with Plaintiff’s Subpoena Duces Tecum for deposition as outlined in Plaintiff’s Motion."

AVN has previously reported on the controversial "six strikes" program, which became operational in July 2012 after several years in development. Essentially, the program represents a partnership of sorts between the MPAA and RIAA and U.S.-based ISPs, including AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Verizon and Time Warner Cable.

As TF described the program in 2012, "The parties agreed to operate a system which will see subscribers warned when their connections are observed engaging in copyright infringement. After several warnings ISPs will take a variety of mitigation measures against account holders.

"This continues up to six 'strikes' and after that 'nothing will happen' according to the parties involved," it continued. "While this is true in terms of mitigation measures applied by Internet providers, the tracking of these subscribers doesn’t stop."

Indeed, in an MOU signed by the parties to the program, "The Participating ISP will, however, continue to track and report the number of ISP Notices the Participating ISP receives for that Subscriber’s account, so that information is available to a Content Owner Representative if it elects to initiate a copyright infringement action against that Subscriber.” [Bold added.]  

The MOU continues, "The Content Owner Representatives [MPAA/RIAA] or any other member of the Participating Content Owners Group may use such reports or data as the basis for seeking a Subscriber’s identity through a subpoena or order or other lawful process. For the avoidance of doubt, the Parties agree that the Content Owner Representatives may share such reports with the other members of the Participating Content Owners Group."

Now, however, a non-participating member of the group, Malibu Media, has been allowed access to "six strikes" data. In its motion filed with the court explaining why it needs the information, Malibu Media asked for the following documents and deposition topics:

(a) Plaintiff’s ability to lay the foundation for the introduction of the correlation of IP Address to subscriber for purposes of use at trial (i.e., laying the foundation that the correlating documents produced by the ISPs are business records);

(b) Information about the reliability of the ISP’s correlating technique; (c) DMCA notices and if applicable six strike notices sent to the Defendant;

(d) Defendant’s Bandwidth usage;

(e) The number of Comcast internet subscribers in Indiana in January 2013;

(f) The ratio of IP addresses to internet subscribers as of January 2013.

It added, "Each of the above categories of documents and Fed.R.Civ.P. 30(b)(6) deposition topics is highly relevant. Indeed, if Plaintiff cannot introduce the correlating evidence into trial then Plaintiff will lose this case. It is quite simply outcome dispositive."

If Comcast does appeal and the order is allowed to stand, it will surely open the doors to similar requests by non-participating companies as well as similar rulings in other jurisdictions, something Ernesto says will only piss off "the RIAA, MPAA and other participants in the Copyright Alerts System."

He explains, "The Center for Copyright Information, which oversees the program, has always emphasized that the program respects the privacy of Internet subscribers. Having it used against alleged downloaders by copyright holders that are not even part of the scheme is bad PR for them, to say the least."

In related news, Intellectual Property Watch reported late last month, "The groundbreaking Copyright Alert System set up a year ago by internet service providers and copyright holders to stop unauthorised music and film downloads, saw 1.3 million alerts sent out in it its first 10 months, according to a new report. And it expects to double in size this year."

Others are starting to weigh in on this development. Chris Morran at The Consumerist, in a piece titled "Porn Copyright Trolls Trying To Use 'Six Strikes' Warning System To ID Pirates," observed today, "The evidentiary worth of Six Strikes notices is also debatable, as one of the underlying ideas of the system is that users may be falsely identified as pirates. That’s why there is a built-in appeals process with Six Strikes. The mere listing of an account as having received a strike is not a definitive indicator that he or she actually pirated any content."

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Jun

Winners of Erotic Trade Awards Announced

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BIRMINGHAM, U.K.—Representatives from the industry’s top companies were on hand at the recent Erotic Trade Only Awards, presented June 22 as the finale event of the Erotic Trade Only Show, to recognize the winners in categories designed to recognize top products and manufacturers in the industry.

The awards recognize excellence in every link of the supply chain—products, brands, distribution and retail—and the winners are chosen by readers of ETO.

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The winners are as follows:

PRODUCTS:

Best New Female Product: Key Comet II [Jopen]

Best New Male Product: Pulse [Hot Octopuss]

Best New Couples Product: We-Vibe 4 [Standard Innovation]

Best New Product Range: Ceramix Pleasure Pottery [Pipedream]

Best Consumable: Give Lube Premium Aqua Gel

Best Product Packaging: Lelo

Best Product Marketing: Pipedream

BRANDS:

Best Fetish Products Brand: Fetish Fantasy Series

Best Pleasure Products Brand: Lelo

Most Innovative Brand: Rocks-Off

Best Consumable Brand: ID Lubricants

Best Erotic Books Brand: Xcite Books

Best Lingerie Brand: Dreamgirl

DISTRIBUTION:

Best Fetish Products Distributor: Mister B

Best Specialist Products Distributor: Cyrex

Best Pleasure Products Distributor: ABS Holdings

Best International Distributor: Scala Playhouse

Best Lingerie Distributor: Kevco Wholesale

RETAIL:

Best Retail Chain: Ann Summers

Best Individual Store: Harmony [Oxford Street branch]

Most Innovative Retailer: Lovehoney

Best Online Retailer: Lovehoney

PEOPLE:

Best Erotic Author: KD Grace

Best Erotic Journalist: Cara Sutra

Best Store Manager: Renee Denyer [Sh! Women’s Erotic Emporium]

Best Sales Team: ABS Holdings

Services to the Industry: Nick Orlandino

SPECIAL AWARDS:

Best Stand at ETO Show: Kevco Wholesale

Editor’s Award: Doxy Massager

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Jun

New Algorithm Skips Past Boring Parts in Videos

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New Algorithm Skips Past Boring Parts in Videos

LOS ANGELES—Motherboard reported yesterday that researchers at Carnegie Mellon University "have developed an algorithm that sifts the interesting bits out of the tedium so you can watch the good bits without sitting through the filler—like a trailer of highlights for boring home movies." Or porn.

The algorithm essentially looks for repetitive frames and marks them as unnecessary for the eye to see. In a press release issued Tuesday, the team explains, "Called LiveLight, this method constantly evaluates action in the video, looking for visual novelty and ignoring repetitive or eventless sequences, to create a summary that enables a viewer to get the gist of what happened. What it produces is a miniature video trailer. Although not yet comparable to a professionally edited video, it can help people quickly review a long video of an event, a security camera feed, or video from a police cruiser's windshield camera."

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Or porn.

Look, we don't mean to be insensitive about it, but in a world in which people are increasingly watching individual porn scenes on tube sites that already reduce what is seen to the ... ahem, bare essentials, the algorithm has the potential to basically take the place of fast-forwarding when it comes to porn DVDs, which can often run a felonious four hours in length. That right there could save the ligaments in millions of fingers.

Of course, the algorithm would also be good for surveillance videos, where nothing happens for hours at a stretch, but hell, we don't really want to spend too much time on the similarities between porn movies and surveillance videos, or state of the union addresses, or watching paint dry, or Gigli.

Image: The above photo shows frames of a video. The frames bordered in red were selected for summarization by the algorithm. Courtesy of Carnegie Mellon University. 

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Jun

Google Reportedly Targeting Porn-Destined Shortlinks for Deletion

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CYBERSPACE—Last week, ZDNet columnist Violet Blue tweeted her concern that Google was disabling goo.gl shortlinks for Naked Sword without warning, and asked if it was happening to anyone else. Bacchus at erosblog.com responded with an article that expressed dissatisfaction with URL shorteners in general, but which especially took Google to task for its longtime practice of "letting an automated algorithm declare certain link targets to be 'spam' and then disabling the shortened links to them," and more to point, for expressing its opinion that all porn is spam through its shortlink algorithms.

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"The robots don’t give a damn because Google doesn’t give a damn; the concept of a 'legitimate porn link' seems not even to be on their radar," asserted Bacchus.

Yesterday, the Google shortlink story got another boost when Bacchus published an update on the situation in a post titled, The Google Shortlinks #Pornocalypse In Action, in which he reported, "Remember last week when I blogged about rumors that Google was disabling certain shortlinks built using the Goo.gl link shortener, if the link targets were porn sites? Well, thanks to a pair of tweets from Rain DeGrey attempting to share a photo from HardTied.com, right now you can see that that little chunk of the #pornocalypse in live action."

Two tweets about 15 minutes apart from yesterday afternoon include one containing a goo.gl shortlink supposedly to the Hardtied photo. The second tweet states, "Evidently Google could not deal with the awesomeness that is @DarlingBDSM and disabled the link to her shoot :( Fine." She also adds the full link to the site.

The HardTied shortlink was indeed disabled, and if clicked lead to a page with a message reading, "http://goo.gl/GzBYwo – this goo.gl shortlink has been disabled. It was found to be violating our Terms of Service. Click here and here for more information about our terms and policies respectively."

Bacchus commented, "The only sentence in the two policy links Google offers that seems even remotely relevant is this one: 'Do not use this service for spamming or linking to content that may harm other users.'"

He adds in conclusion, "The modern state of Google’s anti-spam software: there’s a rule in there that assumes that porn and spam are the same thing. Don’t be evil? My ass."

What is disturbing about this situation is that whereas in the past, Google has defended its disabling of shortlinks when they were used inappropriately—say, in emails sent an mass to many hundreds of people—arguing that their terms and conditions are quite clear about their usage as spam, extending the practice to Twitter, a place they have traditionally wanted their shortlinks to be used, indicates yet another surreptitious move on the part of the Internet's most influential company to further penalize porn.

That belief was also expressed by Bacchus in the June 17 response to Violet Blue about Naked Sword, in which he observed cynically but understandably, "My speculation and prediction is that Google would claim (will claim, if they can ever be induced to respond at all) that Naked Sword was not targeted specifically; rather, the notion would be that the Naked Sword shortlinks were determined to be spam by the implacable and unaccountable software machine. My own gloss on that is that Google’s rolling #Pornocalypse sweeps all porn before it. The company is so hostile to porn that it increasingly treats all porn as spam. (Anybody who has watched the decline in quality of porn-oriented searches on Google knows what I mean by this.)"

In somewhat related news, Bing is apparently still adored by the unwashed porn masses.

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Jun

April Flores Showcased in Aiden Starr’s ‘Marshmallow Girls’

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April Flores Showcased in Aiden Starr's 'Marshmallow Girls'

VAN NUYS, Calif.—AVN's first ever BBW Performer of the Year, April Flores, serves as the centerpiece of directrix Aiden Starr's newest Evil Angel effort, titled Marshmallow Girls and bowing July 16 via DVD and VOD.

"It's over three hours full of the most popular BBW out there," Starr said. "I wanted this movie to show April in ways her fans had never seen her before. She's a nasty tease and throws down as hard as any girl I've ever shot."

Added EA domestic sales manager Justin Rich, "Ever since Evil Angel released its first BBW movie last year [Joey Silvera's BBW Gold], it's been one of our hottest selling genres. With BBW superstar April Flores on the cover, there's no doubt that this will be on all bestseller lists."

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Appearing alongside Flores in Marshmallow Girls are fellow top BBW performer Betty Blac (who also was nominated for AVN's introductory BBW Performer of the Year honor last January) and director Starr herself, as well as cocksmiths D. Snoop, Moe "The Monster" Johnson, Isiah Maxwell, Donny Sins and 2015 AVN Awards co-host Tommy Pistol.

"April does her first blowbang!" Starr gushed. "She gets orally destroyed by three huge, black cocks. But she's still hungry for more."

Before getting to that, however, "We start with a sexy tease, strip and sloppy wet masturbation in a tub full of soapy bubbles," Starr recounted. "April doesn't stay clean for long! She fucks her way through the entire cast. Big-busted Betty Blac gets some serious strap-on action from April. Tommy Pistol gets smothered as he fucks her wet pussy."

There are five scenes in all comprising Marshmallow Girls, each of them featuring Flores.

For sales inquiries, contact Rich at jrich@evilangel.com or (800) 442-6435 ext. 115. For foreign sales inquiries, contact Alexandra Kelly at alex@evilangel.com or (818) 787-1414 ext. 106.

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Jun

Is Bing Really the King of Search Engine Porn?

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Is Bing Really the King of Search Engine Porn?

SEARCH ENGINE LAND—Ever since it launched in 2009, Bing has been a very porn-friendly search engine, even though it was (and remains) dwarfed by Google in terms of the number of people using it and the number of adult sites that looked (and look) to it for traffic. But there are smoke signals emanating from reddit and other places that suggest that Bing's popularity as a preferred destination for porn queries remains intact and possibly growing, even if many people like it because it is a hassle-free destination for oodles of free porn.

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Via an OutOfTheLoop reddit from a few months ago that spawned a Daily Dot article from a few days ago, which further gave birth to a story on Bustle.com, a web conversation about the best search engine for porn has been revived, with an expected consensus in favor of the world's third most popular search engine, behind both Google and Yahoo. That fact alone was noted by Bustle writer Emma Cueto, who wrote, "Overall, between the search results, the video preview feature, and the fact that it seems to be way easier to turn off safe searching, Bing does seem to be better at bringing you porn. But really that’s not so surprising—it’s actually the sort of thing I’d expect from a search engine whose commercials strongly suggest Google-related daddy issues. No, the surprising thing is that Bing actually did beat Google at something. Who would have ever guessed it? I mean, I know that Bing is the world’s third most popular search engine and all, but since that still means they’re losing to Yahoo, that isn’t saying much. 

"But when it comes to porn," she added, "they seem to be number one."

Over at the Daily Dot, writer EJ Dickson notes the inescapable irony that "In the era of Pornhub and Redtube, griping about having trouble finding free online porn is a bit like complaining about how difficult it is to find shrooms at a jam band concert."

That said, he admits that when Google "tweaked" SafeSearch in 2012, making it "much harder to find hardcore smut on the search engine," a migration of porn fans to Bing quickly began, an otherwise unlikely event considering the fact that Bing, according to Dickson, is "a.k.a. the search engine you only reluctantly use after searching for anything on Facebook."

One very popular destination that became a "veritable shrine to the Bing porn search" was reddit, where users posted  "informal paeans to the search engine’s virtues in r/AdviceAnimals and r/GIFS. Here’s a redditor imagining what life is like in the Bing offices (NSFW)."

So it was no surprise that the OutofTheLoop question from two months ago—Why does everyone say that Bing is great for porn?—generated a slew of responses, including:

“Google introduced filters a while ago that remove a lot of porn from search results, even if you have safe search turned off.”

“Going on Bing and video searching gets you the porn you want. No one cares about text or image searching, it’s all about the video searching.”

“Also since no one uses Bing, they will never see your previous/recommended searches.”

“I just assumed that if someone else checks my search history, they sure as hell aren’t going to check my Bing search history. They’ll check my Google one.”

Dickson comments, "Basically, the consensus seems to be that unlike Google, which requires you to type insanely specific keywords to get the kind of results you’re looking for, Bing’s video search immediately calls up a well-organized series of short links and related search terms along with your search results."

He reinforces his point with a side-by-side comparison of  the video search for the term "blow job," the results for which could be more different.

Dickson's reaction to the Google results?: "This isn’t porn. I don't know what this is. It isn’t even NSFW."

His reaction to Bing's results?: "Ahhhh. OK. There. That's much better." For the visual results, go here, or just try it yourself.

Dickson also reached out to Bing/Microsoft to "see whether they’ve deliberately designed their search engine to make it easier to search for online smut, and if they’d like to comment on how revered they are among porn-loving Redditors," but did not expect a reply.

He got one, to wit: "A spokesperson for Microsoft has responded to the Daily Dot with the following statement: "Bing is focused on presenting the best possible multimedia experience period. Thanks to our SafeSearch technology, which by default is set to filter out adult content, we work to make sure people not only find what they want, but don't get what they don't."

From that statement, it sounds as if Bing is content with the status quo, which is good news for reddit and others who likewise look to Bing for their porn, though we would be remiss if we did not also point out that as amazing as Bing may be at providing never-ending rows of carefully curated porn videos offering the same legion of categories as are found on the most heavily trafficked tube sites, the vast majority of search result appear to be pulled from tube sites, and when one clicks on a video to watch it—though clicking is not necessary in order to watch thumbnail previews, which start automatically when the cursor is placed over them—one is not taken offsite but is kept on Bing where a larger window opens to play the explicit porn for free, and for as long and as many times as the viewer desires. No wonder its porn is so popular.

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Jun

Lex Steele Brings His ‘Point of View’ to Evil Angel

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Lex Steele Brings His 'Point of View' to Evil Angel

VAN NUYS, Calif.—Performer/director Lexington Steele's first POV title for Evil Angel, Lex's Point of View, comes to DVD and VOD July 9.

Steele has seen a lot of success with his previous POV efforts, receiving multiple AVN Award nominations for both his Pole Position and Nightstick series from his company Mercenary Pictures. For Lex's Point of View, he displays his expertise at the craft with Capri Cavanni, Kimberly Kendall, Phoenix Marie and Kiara Mia.

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"I absolutely love shooting POV scenes," Steele said. "There are some POV series out there where the camera is held by a [separate] shooter. For my POV titles, I am always shooting, as well as performing. The Lex's Point of View title is spot-on—my type of POV capture is based on the length of my arms, both of which I use to gain a greater field of capture, compared to other POV shooters."

The repeat AVN Male Performer of the Year winner gives much credit to his scene partners as well for helping get the final product just right. "The cast list includes four extremely inspirational ladies," Steele offered. "Each of the girls are great performers who know how to shoot a POV scene. The results speak to a collaborative effort between sex professionals."

Commented Evil Angel domestic sales manager Justin Rich, "Everyone's always wanted to put themselves in Lex's shoes, and now they can!"

For sales inquiries, contact Rich at jrich@evilangel.com or (800) 442-6435 ext. 115. For foreign sales inquiries, contact Alexandra Kelley at alex@evilangel.com or (818) 787-1414 ext. 106.

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Jun

Trade Registration Opens for 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo

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Trade Registration Opens for 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo

Posted Jun 26th, 2014 09:00 AM

LOS ANGELES—The 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE) has launched trade registration for the largest adult entertainment tradeshow in the world, show organizers announced today. Trade registration will be offered at a discounted summer rate, including an early bird discount when booking a room for the event. AEE is held in conjunction with the AVN Novelty Expo (ANE) and will take place January 21-24, 2015 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, NV. To register for AEE, visit here.

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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.

For the first time, the entire Paradise Tower will be dedicated to the AVN Novelty Expo (ANE) to meet the growing demand of the budding pleasure product industry. ANE will include more booths, meeting rooms, hotel suites, additional workshops, and exclusive networking opportunities designed for trade attendees. As a member of the Industry Trade, please make sure to use this link to book your special room in the Paradise Tower. Industry Access Only. 

Fan registrants will have the opportunity to attend 4 full days of the event and are invited to attend the opening night party held on the AEE show floor on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. The opening night festivities will be opened until 10 PM. New ticket options have been created for the 2015 AEE that offer fans unprecedented access to their favorite adult performers. Tickets can be purchased here.

Some of the sexiest and most decadent parties are held during AEE. There will be more than 10 parties held throughout the week. Register today to access the hottest parties in Sin City.

AEE provides an exciting and 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 here for information on the 2015 AVN Show events. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas will become ground central for this annual gathering of industry leaders, outstanding talent and dedicated fans. 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

The "O" Awards: Jan 22, 2015

AVN Awards: Jan 24, 2015

For Trade, badges are now on sale at early bird pricing and may be purchased here. Please note that the more expensive badge includes all the official parties

AEE Plus Badge: $120

Includes:

* All AEE & ANE exhibits

*  Seminars

*  Keynote Presentation

All Access Pass: $200

Includes:

*  All AEE & ANE exhibits 

*  Seminars

*  Keynote Presentation

*  All official parties

New Fan tickets have been created for the 2015 show that will give fans unprecedented access to their favorite adult performers. Fan tickets start at $55 can be purchased here.

Please note that these are special summer rates that will be raised on Oct 15, 2015. 

Attendees can now book rooms at the official event hotel, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. Room rates start at $99/night. 

Trade Attendees can book rooms here.

Fans can book rooms here. To exhibit at the 2015 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, please contact the AVN sales team at aeesales@avn.com or (818) 718-5788(818) 718-5788.

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Jun

Desperate Pleasures Officially Streets ‘Anal First Timers’ June 26

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Desperate Pleasures Officially Streets ‘Anal First Timers’ June 26

VAN NUYS, CA — Pure Play Media and Desperate Pleasures will release Anal First Timers on June 26. The title showcases four fresh-faced amateurs learning how to ass-fuck for the first time. Watch them get rimmed, fingered, and fondled as they relax and open up for a big finale that leaves them gaping wide and covered in cum — these harlots are about to learn how satisfying butt sex can be. 

There’s nothing quite like the look on a horny girl’s face the first time she feels her cheeks spread wide, and Anal First Timers takes fans on an intimate journey as each girl prepares for the big finale. Watch and enjoy Emma Evins, Penny Jean, Krysten Coxx, and Terra Coxx gingerly give themselves up and pop their anal cherries in the name of ultimate cock satisfaction. Since these tight assholes have never been touched before, each little lady has to take her time to stretch and stay calm starting with a finger, then a sex toy, and then a thick hard dick. 

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“This has been a highly anticipated title among Desperate Pleasures fans and we’re pleased to finally release it to retailers,” Pure Play Media Sales Representative Mike L. said. “This studio is known for its slightly salacious series and Anal First Timers artfully captures the events of this taboo, yet extremely popular, content category. It officially streets Thursday, so place your orders today!”

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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Jun

Misinformation Abounds at Senate Labor Committee Hearing

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Misinformation Abounds at Senate Labor Committee Hearing

SACRAMENTO—With all the hearings and news coverage of AB 1576, one might think that those who have been following the issue closely wouldn't be surprised when some new "revelation" or tactic bows its head as the process continues—but that probably depends on how fervently one supports one side or the other, and there were plenty of both present at today's hearing before the senate Labor and Industrial Relations Committee.

For example, the first words out of Assemblymember Isadore Hall III's mouth as he attempted to explain the bill to the committee were, "AB 1576 is a workplace safety measure that would require employer-paid mandatory STD testing of adult film actors at least every 14 days, and use of a condom or other protective equipment in all adult films produced in California." Indeed, Hall wasn't the only one who's changed direction and called this primarily a mandatory testing bill rather than a mandatory "condom or other protective equipment" bill—and it should be noted that Hall referred to "other protective equipment" at least three times during the hour-long session.

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Hall also declared, "In 2013 alone, there were up to five documented cases of HIV transmission of adult film actors," even though, as activist/performer Lorelei Lee and Free Speech Coalition CEO Diane Duke later noted, it has been proven that such transmissions did not take place on any adult movie set.

Hall also claimed, as he did before the Assembly Appropriations Committee, "For all the talk that the industry will flee to Nevada, Nevada is already clear on its regulation of sex work. Sex work is not legal in Las Vegas. The counties that do allow sex work, condom use is mandatory, period. This is in addition to the fact that only two states in the U.S. allow for the legal production of adult film; that's California and New Hampshire. The adult industry's home is and will be in California. The fact is that the industry isn't going anywhere, and frankly, I don't them to go anywhere but in California, where they employ thousands of Californians, generating millions of dollars in tax revenues."

Doesn't matter that adult film acting is not considered "sex work" under either California or Nevada law, and that as Duke later noted, "A $30 million company from the Valley moved out of state earlier this year, and is happily working in Las Vegas, where they have welcomed us with open arms. They want the jobs, they want the ancillary jobs that come with this industry."

In other words, there was plenty of the same-old same-old in plain view.

Rand Martin of AIDS Healthcare Foundation apparently sought to derail some of the opponents' arguments by claiming that condoms are already mandatory in California under CalOSHA regulations (even though nowhere in those regulations does the word "condom" appear); that the testing protocols in the bill are superior to those currently used by the industry (except that the bill mandates the CDC-recommended antibody test for HIV while the industry uses the far-more-accurate PCR-RNA test); and that performers' medical information won't be exposed to employers or government employees (although the bill clearly states that employers are required to certify that "the employee consented to disclosing to the Division of Occupational Safety and Health that the employee was the subject of a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) test," and how would they know that without some sort of access ot the test results themselves?)

Martin also claimed performers shouldn't be allowed to make their own decisions about whether to use condoms (and, one assumes, the "other protective equipment") themselves much as, "We don't let construction workers decide whether they're going to wear hardhats. We do not let welders decide whether they're going to wear goggles. We do not let doctors and nurses decide whether they're going to wear gloves in the operating room." But as Lorelei Lee pointed out later, in discussing vaginal chafing, or "condom rash" as it's called, which can cause micro-tears in the vagina which in turn cause an "increased risk of STI's," "Construction workers are not often harmed by their hardhats."

The last speaker in support of the bill was AHF's reliable Cameron Bay, and she too repeated the falsehoods-by-implication regarding how she herself was infected.

"I was an adult performer last year between May and August," she stated to the committee. "July 31 was my last shoot. I got a job working for Kink.com as an adult—which is an adult film studio in San Francisco, and I was tested for STDs and I was available for work. When I got there, there was up to about 75 extras on set and none of them were tested. During filming, the main performer I worked with had cut his penis and then was bleeding. They stopped shooting the scene to clean up the blood. I wanted to use a replacement, and there was a replacement there on set, but they chose not to because they could not pay the performer, so in turn, I had to continue working with the injured performer and we did not use a condom. They did not have an effective exposure control plan and I had to carry on the scene without any protection at all. If I had asked for a condom, another performer could have replaced me or would have replaced me. I would not have been paid and I would have had to pay my fee to my agent, which means I would have been out of pocket close to $400 out of a payment that I never would have received."

One problem: Much of that was apparently lies.

"Cameron Bay said something about being refused a condom on set or not being able to get one, when in fact she was actually offered one," said a reliable source who investigated Bay's allegations. "She stopped the scene for 30 minutes after she nicked his [Xander Corvus'] penis, and they had discussions, 'Do you want to continue? Do you not want to continue? Do you want to use a condom?' And she said, 'No, if he's fine without using a condom, I don't want to use one.' But it is in Kink's Model Bill of Rights that you always have the right to a condom, and it's in Kink's Bill of Rights that if she had in fact stopped the scene, she would have been paid. She said she would have been out money, and that's absolutely not true."

Somewhat chilling was Bay's statement, "I could have continued working that whole week that I found out I was HIV positive, because my test said that I was still good to go in the PASS system. I still had a checkmark next to my name stating that I was cleared to work, and I could have infected a lot of people because I was in my most infectious state at that time. I followed the adult film industry's self-regulations and I stand here before you today HIV-positive." Aside from Bay's repeated implication that she contracted her HIV on a set, her statement suggests that she was not tested by an industry testing service, because if she had been found to be positive by one of them, it would have immediately been reported to PASS and Bay would not have been cleared for work.

After the testimony by Hall, Martin and Bay, nine people registered their support for the bill, including one Sofia Delgado, who said she was HIV-positive and also implied that she had contracted it on a set—even though she has appeared in a grand total of two adult movies, both all-girl, and two solo scenes for SexuallyBroken.com

When it became Lee's turn at the rostrum, she noted that she was delivering to the committee "a petition of over 600 performers who have signed to say they have grave concerns with this bill and they strongly oppose it.

"I also have reached out to and spoken with over 100 performers myself, who have expressed their concerns to me," she added. "There can be no doubt that the majority of performers oppose this bill.

"The author of this bill does not speak for performers," she charged. "The sponsors of this bill do not speak for performers. They have not sat down with us. They have dismissed our attempts to give input, and the result is a bill that is shortsighted, that disregards any of our actual labor concerns, and that would mandate testing protocols that are in fact less strict and less rigorous than the ones we now have in place."

Lee also addressed the health privacy concerns: "In addition to jeopardizing our safety, this bill would force us to consent to the sharing of our medical information with the state. Mr. Hall has amended the bill so we no longer share that information with our employers, we share it with the state. This is a dangerous precedent to set, and I do not believe they would ask this of workers in any other industry."

When it became Diane Duke's turn to speak, she emphasized that there had been no on-set HIV transmissions in the adult industry in ten years.

"The speakers who spoke earlier today contracted HIV in their private lives," Duke stated. "We have strict protocols, as Lorelei has mentioned, in the industry already. That has resulted in no on-set transmission of HIV, and that's nationwide we're talking about. Just to put that in perspective, in LA County alone, daily, five cases, new cases of HIV occur every single day. So in LA County, just five a day. Nationwide, none on set in 10 years."

Duke also warned that there is currently a lawsuit in Los Angeles County regarding Measure B, which is "a very similar bill [a law, actually], not as onerous as this bill"—and that portions of it had already been found unconstitutional in federal court.

"The enforcement provision of that has been found unconstitutional," she noted. "The narrow issue of condoms has gone on appeal. The oral arguments were in March, so we're expecting a decision handed down by the end of the year. So this bill may be pushed through and may be found unconstitutional before it is even able to make it to law, so I really urge everyone not to create a law that may be found unconstitutional."

After Duke had finished her statement, 25 people rose to register their opposition to the bill, including performers Chanel Preston, who said she was speaking for APAC; Casey Calvert; Amber Chase; Veruca James; Jiz Lee; Maitresse Madeline; Ray Rucci; Sinclair Swan; Nick Moretti; Jonathan Strauss; and Owen Gray. Also opposing the bill: Attorney Karen Tynan; physician Dr. Darcy; Sid Nova of St. James Infirmary; and others who identified themselves as videographers, production assistants, talent managers—and Michael Chate, speaking for MindGeek.

It was then the committee members' turn to ask questions, and Sen. Holly Mitchell, who voiced support for the bill, asked if passage of the bill would affect any plans that CalOSHA has to revamp its health code to include regulation of the adult industry. AHF's Martin said it wouldn't affect it at all, and noted that it was AHF which had brought the lack of condom use in the adult industry to CalOSHA's attention in the first place. Martin also noted, in response to one of Sen. Mitchell's questions, that "You all just approved a restoration of 26 employment slots at CalOSHA for investigation purposes, because one of the problems during the recession is that they cut and cut and cut, and were not able to enforce the law as vigorously as they would like. That will now change now that you've been able to restore that money for them," referring to a budget bill.

Sen. Mark Leno, who gave an impassioned statement at the end of the hearing about why he opposed the bill, asked Martin to comment on the constitutional issues raised by the Vivid lawsuit against Measure B, but Martin downplayed the possible effects of a ruling in that case.

"The issue of First Amendment protections under Measure B is now before the Ninth Circuit, and we have no idea when it will be decided," Martin said. "So we acknowledge that this is not done in terms of the court's ruling. However we don't believe that the issue of First Amendment is ultimately going to prevail. We appreciate the trial court's decision in that regard and [it] echoed our concerns. I would also point out that ultimately, again, this bill is about documentation and not about the underlying condom requirement, so I suppose in one scenario, that in the future, the court could throw out the condom requirement, that could ultimately have an impact on the regulation of it, which is what this bill is, is about the regulation of that requirement. Obviously, it would not be enforced at that point. However, we don't want to hold off on moving forward with this important documentation requirement on the off-chance that a court, a higher court will ultimately decide that there are certain First Amendment protections that are not being afforded under Measure B, and Measure B, of course, is what's being enforced."

What was of particular interest was Martin's response when Leno brought up the fact that after the last Assembly hearing on the bill, the Sacramento Business Journal was required to print a retraction of its previous statement that there had been some HIV transmission within the industry on film sets.

"There has been a misunderstanding," Martin said, "and I'm sure we—and the opposition is just as guilty about perpetuating this: The bottom line is, because of California HIV privacy laws, it is impossible without a county public health investigation to actually determine where a transmission occurred. We have tried to be very careful to not say that HIV transmission occurred; we have said that HIV cases have happened within the adult performer community in a very short period of time last year, but we have not said that they happened on the set. The opposition has said, and they said it today, that it did not happen on set. They don't know any better than we do whether it happened on set or not. The bottom line is, because it could happen, and we believe that it has, that doesn't mean it's right or it's accurate, but we believe it has, it's important to make sure that protection is available."

As previously noted, the industry does indeed know, because of its testing procedures, that transmission did not occur on set, and AHF has previously at least strongly implied that it had, and one might suspect that Martin's backpedaling here might have something to do with Peter Acworth's recent threat of bringing a cease-and-desist order against AHF for strongly implying that on-set transmissions did occur.

Martin, however, went on to tout two studies of STDs in the adult industry, one which was published in 2012 (and debunked here) and the other done just one year ago, which AHF touted at a press conference just two weeks ago, and which was much discussed here. However, when Leno asked the proponents to respond as to whether those studies indicated correlation or causation, Martin asked Dr. Paula Tavrow of UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health to speak to it—and she dodged the question.

"Two studies were conducted," she said. "One in 2012 was conducted over—in a single clinic over a five-month period that ended I think in August, 2010, and in that study, we found that there was a 28 percent prevalence of chlamydia or gonorrhea among adult film workers, and then there was a second study that was just completed a year ago, in June, 2013, of two clinics and that found that the rate just of gonorrhea and chlamydia was 28 percent among that community of adult film workers."

But when Leno reiterated that his question was whether the studies showed that adult film performing caused the infections, or simply that they found infections but could not state a cause, Tavrow admitted, "None of these studies can determine how someone acquired a disease," but later added, "The fact that, as Senator Hall was just mentioning, that it's ten times higher among the performers than it is among a comparable LA County population of 20 to 29 year olds does suggest to us that it was due to their work."

This "suggestion" was refuted soundly by Lorelei Lee, who stated, "The UCLA studies that were mentioned, one factor in those studies is that they were looking at performers who went to West Oak Urgent Care clinic. This is not a testing facility; this is someplace where performers go when they know they have an STI, so if you were to test performers from that clinic, you would get a 100 percent result of performers who have an STI. I have seen what's been published of the study. I have not seen any peer review of the study. I also have not seen it compared to a comparable population. I do not believe that that has happened. I do not believe that there is a comparable population who tests as often as we do, for example."

"I need to point out it is not a published study," Duke added. "It has not been published. There is a poster out about the results, and it was presented at a conference, but it is not a published study. They used two facilities. One was a test facility that was a PASS testing facility; the other was a treatment facility, so it would be like, as Lorelei said, like going to an oncologist's office and saying everybody's got cancer. When you go to a treatment facility, you're going to be surveying people who are being treated, so that's why that is problematic."

Duke also described how moratoriums work in the adult industry, pointing out that they're not done casually, but upon doctors' recommendations. She also seemed to take umbrage with Hall's earlier statement that, "While these moratoriums sound good to the press, they were unenforced and largely ignored by the industry."

Leno also asked the bill's opponents to comment on whether condoms were actually already required in adult film work?

"Regulation 5193 does not contain the word 'condom'," attorney Karen Tynan noted. "We have trial dates set on this issue on July 9, 10, 15 and 22-24 for two different companies, where ALJs [administrative law judges] employed by the state will be making determinations about the exposure control plan, but it's important to remember that that regulation, which was written in 1994 for healthcare industries, created exposure control plans that require testing that meets the standard of 5193, which says you either eliminate or minimize the hazard. We believe we eliminate or minimize the hazard with that exposure control plan through the testing."

Sen. Mitchell made some more comments, mainly about the bill not focusing on what she called the "new face of HIV/AIDS": young, heterosexual African-American women, whom she said were generally underserved by both heaqlth departments and the legislature, and committee chair Sen. Ben Huesco commented that he felt that the bill mirrored similar requirements of fed OSHA, and that therefore, committee members should have no fear of it being overturned if they passed it.

However, Assemblymember Hall was given a final chance to speak, and he spent his time dwelling on an issue he'd mentioned before: the recent fining by the court of Mr. Marcus for knowingly exposing—but not infecting—another performer to syphilis.

"I would just like to say, we had a witness here today, Cameron Bay, who very clearly stated that she tested negative and still had HIV while performing on the set, and you saw articles with Mr. Marcus in Los Angeles who was found guilty of infecting and exposing to a female to syphilis on the set and was fined $130,000 just this week and also served jail time," Hall lied. "She's really a person, she's present and she's telling you what happened. Mr. Marcus is a real person. The LA Times didn't just make up a story. It's the reality of what happens, and it's time that we start putting worker safety in front of profit in California."

But Sen. Leno got in some of the last words, and they were doozies.

"Some of the concerns that have been raised with regard to protecting the privacy of these actors, apparently overwhelming—I know it's anecdotal—opposition to the bill by those who work in the industry, concerns with regard to mandatory HIV testing, all leave me a little uncertain as to whether this is the right way to go," Leno said. "I would imagine with regard to Mr. Marcus, and I don't know why he wasn't fined more than he was, though someone of his ilk very likely could do what he did again even with this bill as law, and as a gay man who has experienced the HIV epidemic in San Francisco over the past 30, 35 years now, lost my own life partner to it, very close...  Those that I worked with in the community for the past three decades, the organizations that started it in the early '80s and are still foundation stones of our HIV/AIDS community in San Francisco, are not in support of this bill. They've remained publicly silent, though I've had some conversations with any numbers of them—I'll leave the names of the organizations out, but they're both treatment and prevention advocates for treatment groups and they have reservations about this—privacy, mandatory HIV testing, things that they have been on the frontlines for the past many years, so for those reasons, I will not be supporting the bill today."

As noted earlier, the final vote count had Sens. Huesco, Mitchell and Padilla voting in favor of passage, with only Sen. Leno opposed. The bill will now move to the Appropriations Committee, and may be heard there as early as next week. Check back with AVN.com for the up-to-the-minute details on that.

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FSC Issues Statement on AB1576 Vote by Senate Labor Committee

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Posted Jun 25th, 2014 06:12 PM

CANOGA PARK, Calif.—This morning, California's Senate Labor & Industrial Relations Committee cleared AB 1576, the legislation to require mandatory barrier protection use on adult production sets. The bill will now proceed to be heard by the Senate Appropriations Committee.

Regarding today’s developments, Free Speech Coalition has issued the following statement:

“Today’s vote is a slap in the face to adult performers, who have been outspoken in their opposition this bill and have worked so hard to defeat it. In his words and actions, Hall has made it abundantly clear that he knows little about the performers he seeks to control, and respects their opinions even less. He has not worked with them on this bill, and has actively spurned their offers to create an alternate solution that would strengthen comprehensive workplace safety measures while respecting their real concerns about privacy and personal choice. 

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"Supporters of AB 1576 stated again in the hearing that the bill relies on the PASS database for testing and enforcement. That Hall would rely on our private procedures says something both about the strength of our existing  procedures, and the short-sightedness of Hall as to what this bill will cost the state. As the bill approaches appropriations, we suspect that Senators will have very serious concerns about how a private testing system run privately serve as the backbone for government regulation.

"We understand that Assemblymember Hall wants a bill for his legacy, but such legacy should not be built on the backs of adult performers.”

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FBI, IRS Shutter SF-Based Escort Sites, Arrest Two

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LOS ANGELES—A joint operation conducted by the FBI and IRS as part of the nationwide crackdown on child sex trafficking called Operation Cross Country has resulted in the closure of two escort sites operated out of the San Francisco area, and the arrest of two people alleged to have operated the businesses.

According to KCRA.com, "Two San Francisco-based escort websites were shut down by the FBI and the IRS on Wednesday and the sites' two alleged proprietors appeared in federal court, accused of facilitating prostitution and money laundering. The sites, MyRedBook.com and SFRedBook.com, advertised free listings for services ranging from massage parlors, strippers, dominatrixes and escorts throughout the western U.S."

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The article continued, "The site's two alleged proprietors—identified as 53-year-old Eric 'Red' Omuro of Mountain View and 40-year-old Annemarie Lanoce of Rocklin—are accused of facilitating prostitution using interstate communication and laundering more than $5 million in revenue from the sites since April 1, 2010."

In a statement issued after the closures, the U.S. Attorney's office said, "The website[s] hosted advertisements for prostitutes, complete with explicit photos, lewd physical descriptions, menus of sexual services, hourly and nightly rates, and customer reviews of the prostitutes’ services."

Omuro is accused of using numerous aliases to move funds from the site into his control. The indictment seeks the forfeiture of more than $5 million in assets including bank accounts at four different banks, investments, a BMW and a Mini Cooper."

Not everyone is pleased with the action. According to the San Francisco Examiner, "Kristina Dolgin, a spokeswoman for the Bay Area chapter of the Sex Workers Outreach Project, expressed concern that the raid would adversely [affect] a broad swath of local sex workers. Because it is free for escorts to post ads on MyRedbook, Dolgin said, 'This will be impacting the most marginalized workers.'"

Dolgin added, "Using an online platform, there is at least the opportunity to interact with the client from a distance. People may have to resort to less safe means of supporting themselves."

The Examiner also noted, "MyRedbook has also been a resource for law enforcement targeting pimps. Local police have used the website to conduct stings. In 2011, San Mateo County prosecutors used the site to arrest several suspects who were believed to be pimping underage girls."

The two suspects were arraigned in San Francisco federal court this morning. Both are charged with one count of interstate travel in the aid of a racketeering enterprise, and Omuro, who was released on $500,000 bail and is due back in court Friday, was also charged with an additional twenty-four counts related to money laundering.

A status conference is scheduled for July 10 before U.S. District Judge William Orrick, added KCRA.

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Jun

UPDATE - Labor Committee Passes AB 1576

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UPDATE - Labor Committee Passes AB 1576

SACRAMENTO—The hearing on AB 1576, the "barrier protections" in porn bill, has concluded, and while its fate was still undecided as of that time, one of the members who had abstained from the voting, and who later cast hsi vote against the bill, still later changed his vote to one in favor of the bill. That made the vote 3 to 1 in favor of passage, with Vice Chair Sen. Mark Wyland still to be heard from. Voting in favor of the bill at the hearing were committee chair Ben Huesa and Sen. Holly Mitchell; voting against was Sen. Mark Leno, who had asked very specific questions during the hearing challenging statements made by Isadore Hall III, the bill's sponsor, and Rand Martin, appearing for AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

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The bill is particularly important for Hall, who will be running for state Senate next year, having termed out in the Assembly, and the legislator has been selling support of the bill as his "last chance" to leave a legacy in the Assembly.

Now that the bill has passed the Labor Committee, it will go to the Senate Appropriations Committee, but it is unknown when that will be, although it could be as soon as next week.

For a more in-depth account of the hearing, check back with AVN.com this afternoon.

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Smash’s ‘Owner Gets Clipped’ Debuts on GameLink

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Smash's 'Owner Gets Clipped' Debuts on GameLink

LOS ANGELES—Smash Pictures' skewering of fallen L.A. Cllppers owner Donald Sterling, Owner Gets Clipped, has debuted exclusively on GameLink.com.

Directed by Jim Powers, the movie casts veteran performer Kyle Stone as "Dick Spermling," with fellow industry stalwart Nina Hartley as his wife "Sissy" and Yasmine DeLeon as his assistant "Z." Stone says friends had him pegged for the lead role from the moment the Sterling scandal broke.

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"They can't have some 22-year-old playing an 80-year-old man," Stone said. Having captured this year's AVN Award for Best Non-Sex Performance for his role in Wicked Pictures' Hotel No Tell, Stone, who performed only one sex scene in 2013, explained, "When Owner Gets Clipped came up, [producers] were unsure how a sex scene would go."

Nevertheless, he performed two of them for the movie, one with DeLeon and another with newcomer Harley Dean, both of whom he described as "really sweet."

"Believe it no," Stone joked, "[I'm 50] and I still know how to [copulate]."

See Owner Gets Clipped at GameLink.com.

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Club 90 Staging Reunion At CatalystCon West Closing Keynote

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Posted Jun 25th, 2014 11:49 AM

LOS ANGELES—Dee Dennis, founder of the CatalystCon sexuality conference, has announced the lineup of Closing Keynote speakers for CatalystCon West, which will take place Sept. 11-14 at the Westin LAX. The panel, which will close out the four-day event, will feature Annie Sprinkle, Veronica Hart, Candida Royalle, and Veronica Vera, moderated by Good Vibrations Executive Vice President Jackie Strano.

Along with Gloria Leonard, Sprinkle, Royalle, Vera, and Hart formed Club 90 in 1983 to support each other on their journeys as stars during the “Golden Age of Porn.” They went on to pursue their personal goals and blaze new trails in the fields of human sexuality, women’s empowerment, gender, erotic expression, and free speech, and all now hold doctorates in sexuality.

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"The four of us combined bring 149 years of sexual exploration and creative expression to this keynote. We promise to dazzle and delight!" said Sprinkle, who is currently pioneering the ecosex movement and will be speaking on a panel on the subject during CatalystCon. Royalle adds, “At this point in my life and in my career, there is so much I want to share, and CatalystCon is the perfect venue. I can't wait!”

The keynote panelists will offer a taste of the days when New York City was America’s sex film capital, movies were shot on 35mm film, making porn was cause for arrest, and Times Square was X-rated. The members of Club 90 will share the memories, the laughs, the drama, and the intimate stories of their controversial support group, as well as honoring the memory of founding member Gloria Leonard, who passed away earlier this year. Says Vera, “In sharing my personal sexual evolution, I hope it inspires you to trust yourself, and follow your own path, wherever it leads.”

“It is my distinct pleasure and honor to be part of this very special closing Keynote at CatalystCon West this year,” said Strano. “This fabulous group of women collectively represent a huge part of feminist and sex positive history and this panel will be our version of the Kennedy Center Honors. Buy your conference ticket and be in L.A. that weekend because you will want to be able to say one day that you were there.” Discounted early-bird registration for CatalystCon West is available until June 29 at catalystcon.com/register.

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Golden Age Vets Weigh In on Ryder’s ‘Not Traci Lords XXX’

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LOS ANGELES—AVN Award-winning director Will Ryder's upcoming homage to the Golden Age of adult, "Innocent": Not Traci Lords XXX, has garnered early votes of approval from some of the top industry figures of the era. Currently in post-production, the movie is slated for release from X-Play in early September.

Set in 1984, Not Traci Lords portrays not only the notorious actress of the title but many of her contemporaries, including Ginger Lynn, Christy Canyon, Bunny Bleu, Nina Hartley, Kristara Barrington, Nina DePonca and Amber Lynn, in their heydey.

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Offered Amber Lynn herself, "I gave the project my blessing because it's an honor to have them do this."

AVN Hall of Fame director Roy Karch, who serverd as a consultant on the movie, remarked, "The '80s was such an amazing time in porn. When Traci Lords came along, things went from illegal and exciting to a hundred miles an hour and then instantly off the tracks when the industry ran into a brick wall. It was a very serious time in our business."

For his part, Ryder submitted, "I'm pretty certain to my knowledge nothing like this has ever been done and fans of classic porn will love this modern look at a bygone era."

He added, "I had the opportunity to meet some of these stars in the early 1980s when I produced music for porn movies, and I just loved them. At the time it was like meeting the Beatles, and Amber Lynn was particularly tantalizing. Just fabulous."

Details about the cast of "Innocent": Not Traci Lords XXX will be released in the coming weeks.

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James Deen Tells All for Fans in Reddit AMA Tonight

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Posted Jun 25th, 2014 09:56 AM

LOS ANGELES—Adult performer James Deen, AVN's 2014 AVN Mainstream Star of the Year, will hold a Reddit “I Am A: Ask Me Anything” Q&A session online today, June 25, at 9 p.m. EST. The adult star, who is also a recipient of AVN's Male Performer of the Year award, will answer questions from the public regarding the adult entertainment industry and his career, including current projects like Deen’s 7 Sins series for Evil Angel, as well as a limited-time promotion for his official membership and merchandise sites.

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“I’m looking forward to hosting a Reddit IAmA,” said Deen, who posted his photo evidence for Reddit on his personal Twitter page. “I’m always down to talk about my work in the adult film industry along with any other projects I am working on. … Or anything else people want to know.”

To thank fans who join him on Reddit, James Deen is providing $15 off of shirts, toys, movies, and more at JamesDeenStore.com when a three-month subscription to JamesDeen.com is purchased.

Deen explained, “My site gives you access to my 7 Sins series, which is pretty awesome … at least I think so. I put a lot of effort into it, and I hope you all like it. The whole thing was an excuse to shoot Pride, where I have sex with a bunch of ladies who are wearing masks of my face! It’s weird. And awesome … and weird. Join the AMA, and I will tell you all about it!”

The “I Am A: Ask Me Anything” with James Deen will occur for an hour from 9 to 10 p.m. EST on Wednesday, June 25. A link to his AMA will be available via his Twitter account, @JamesDeen, at 8:30 p.m. EST. Those wishing to participate may also find James Deen’s AMA by clicking here and searching the menu.

Dubbed the “permanent crush of all straight ladydom” by popular female-oriented site Jezebel.com, James Deen has been an active adult performer since 2004 and has appeared in more than 4000 adult productions. Deen’s starring role in the Bret Easton Ellis feature, ‘The Canyons,’ earned him a Mainstream Adult Media Favorite award at the 2013 XRCO Awards and a Crossover Star of the Year award at the 2014 XBIZ Awards. Deen is also producing the mainstream steampunk/western-themed film project, ‘Cowboys & Engines,’ which is currently in post-production.
 
For more information, visit http://JamesDeen.com, http://JamesDeenBlog.com, and http://JamesDeenStore.com, or follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/JamesDeen.

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Elegant Angel Amicably Parts Ways with Kennedy, Guzman

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Posted Jun 25th, 2014 09:37 AM

CANOGA PARK, Calif.—Elegant Angel announced this morning that it has amicably parted ways with Drew Kennedy and Gabriel Guzman. Kennedy and Guzman entered a deal last week with Elegant Angel founder and owner Patrick Collins to handle the studio’s management and day-to-day operations.

Collins, who is currently in the midst of a divorce, reconsidered the arrangement with Kennedy and Guzman after consulting with his attorney.

“On the advisement of my lawyer, I have decided to wait for my July 8 court date to make any decisions concerning changes in Elegant Angel’s management and/or personnel,” Collins said. “Drew and Gabriel are great guys, and I have nothing but the utmost respect for them. We may still enter an agreement at a later date. But, for now, we’re not making any changes. On July 8, a judge is expected to decide on an injunction my ex-wife has against the company that could give me the freedom to exercise any changes to management I deem wise and profitable.”

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Drew Kennedy said, “Under the unfortunate turn of events with Pat’s court issues, the decision Patrick has made to wait until his personal matters have resolved is one that I fully support, and I wish Pat the best of luck with everything."

Collins will continue to head Elegant Angel until a settlement is reached in the divorce case, allowing him to weigh his options. “My intention is not to stay in this business. I am working on my documentary, and without the additional help at Elegant Angel, the timetable I had hoped to meet will be more difficult,” Collins said. “But, Elegant Angel will carry on and, for the time being, I will make sure that it continues to produce the quality projects that have made it a leader in this industry for just about 25 years.”

Elegant Angel is actively producing new movies with directors MimeFreak, Toni Ribas, Carlos Dee, Asa Akira and Tori Black.

Black made her directorial debut in June with an exclusive Alina Li scene for ElegantAngel.com, and is now developing new lines with Collins geared toward women and couples. “Tori is wonderful; just wait till you see what she and all our shooters have coming,” Collins said. “We’ll be putting out one new release a week, and all movies will include five scenes again.”

For press inquiries, contact nelsonx@elegantangel.com.

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Mia Li Talks AB 1576 on Mid-Day LA Today

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Mia Li Talks AB 1576 on Mid-Day LA Today

LOS ANGELES—As the California Senate's Labor and Industrial Relations Committee prepares to consider the merits, or lack of them, of Assemblyman Isadore Hall III's mandatory "barrier protections" in porn bill, AB 1576, the hosts of KABC's Mid-Day LA, Jillian Barberie and John Phillips, invited adult actress Mia Li on their show at 2 p.m. to talk about the bill and other issues affecting the industry.

Though Li only got about eight minutes of air time, the hosts were happy to let her say what she wanted about the bill, and asked about the visit Li and four other actresses had made to Hall's local office in Compton yesterday.

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"Nina Hartley and a few other performers and I had gathered to meet at Isadore Hall's office to formally present him our signed petitions opposing AB 1576," Li said, though somehow it never came out that Hall himself wasn't present, but that the group spoke with his District Director, Heather Hutt.

"AB 1576 is a bill Isadore Hall had proposed in regards to enforcing mandatory condom use," Li continued. "It also completely changes our safety and health standards on sets, in regards to our testing procedures and the protocols that we have already in place to keep everything safe and kosher for our scenes."

At this point, Barberie noted that she and Phillips had also talked with former adult actress and "friend of the show" Tabitha Stevens, who had told them, "You know, this guy's getting involved in business that just doesn't affect him," with Barberie adding, "and it seems like that's the general consensus of the community at large."

Li noted that her group had behaved and dressed "very professionally... because we do want to be taken seriously as performers in part of an industry that legislators are trying to change when they themselves have never been present on set.

"Hopefully, they will withdraw this bill and collaborate with the performers and hear us and hear what we have to say," she added.

Phillips, talking about their having previously had Hall on the program as a guest, noted, "We debated it because both Jillian and I oppose the bill," and that Hall had claimed that it was entirely a workplace safety issue, but to Phillips, "this is about morality, this is about him trying to impose his morality on sex on other people that may or may not want to take his advice, and it's also about dollars, when you really look at it, because various AIDS organizations that are very actively involved in politics in Sacramento look at this as a political football and it's an issue that they really desperately want in the win column, and one of the things that they have the ability to do is raise a lot of money; they raise it for charity and they can take those lists and they can also use them for political purposes if they need to, and I think, even if they're not writing big sums of money to these assemblymen that are getting behind this, he knows that he has the ability to go to them and raise money off of this issue for whatever it is he's going to run for next."

Clearly, Phillips was referring to AIDS Healthcare Foundation and its president, Michael Weinstein, though he never mentioned them by name—and he also apparently alluded to the fact that Hall himself is planning a run for the state Senate.

"Indeed," Li responded, "and I think, in this day and age—I remember way back in high school learning about our government, how politicians should have a certain level of disinterestedness; that these actions and the bills that they try to pass and what have you should be for the people and improving their lives. However I'm pretty sure that assumption that you have with regards to where these politicians including Hall are coming from and what motivates them—it's a very interesting issue, and if it was genuinely about workplace safety and health, then why not have a conversation with those of us who already implement amazing safety and health standards? We haven't had an outbreak in ten years of HIV on set."

When both hosts noted that Hall was particularly upset about the industry's testing standards, Li was right there with an answer.

"The standards that they will implement are CDC standards, which are actually far surpassed by our current testing standards," she advised. "We use the most sensitive tests that have a window for exposure, and the test is very, very sensitive, more sensitive than the tests that they're proposing to implement, so that actually compromises our current testing system, which is much better than what they're trying to have us use. So it's a contradictory statement in this reality."

When Phillips pointed out that proposing AB 1576 was an easy choice for Hall, since his district—the 64th, which serves the city of Compton—had voted overwhelming for Measure B, which is similar to AB 1576, Li said that that seemed strange to her.

"It's strange, because that bill implementing Measure B doesn't  affect Compton; you don't have talent or performers that are really from that area," she said. "So it's strange that he's coming at the industry when it's not even present in his jurisdiction...  It just does not fit, and it should be very peculiar to the people who are looking at who's presenting this bill."

That was all Li had time to say, though the hosts continued discussing the topic for several more minutes, during which Phillips noted, in response to a caller, that if AB 1576 passed, that they'll probably "go after football next, particularly for kids in high school and college," and also other contact sports like boxing and mixed martial arts.

The entire segment can be heard on KABC's website here.

All in all, it was a positive show for the adult industry's opposition to AB 1576, which will have its first Senate hearing tomorrow morning at 9:30, before the Senate Labor and Industrial Relations Committee.

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Penthouse Introduces ‘Pop Shots’ With Rock Legend Dave Navarro

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Penthouse Introduces ‘Pop Shots’ With Rock Legend Dave Navarro

Posted Jun 24th, 2014 04:44 PM

LOS ANGELES, CA—With the 50th anniversary of Penthouse approaching, the magazine honors its iconic history—but with a twist: Kelly Holland, Managing Director of Penthouse Magazine, adds a fresh new feature, Pop Shots, to the iconic adult glossy. The Pop Shots series gives artists from a variety of disciplines the opportunity to create a photo layout that represents their take on what’s beautiful, what’s sexy, and what’s hot. The first Pop Shots issue will feature the photo art of rock star and TV personality Dave Navarro along with a candid conversation about his creative vision.

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"For almost 50 years Bob Guccione, and the publishers that followed, have told our readers what’s hot; we've presented our vision of what makes a woman sensual, desirable and sexy,” noted Holland. “Starting this month and moving forward we flip the script with Pop Shots. We invite artists from a variety of disciplines to pick up the camera and show us what they think is hot in 2014 and then talk about it with us. We’re excited because we think it’s going to produce some real surprises. In preparation, we spent months discussing who we wanted to partner with to launch Pop Shots and one name came up consistently: Dave Navarro.”

“The opportunity to be behind the camera for Penthouse Magazine was beyond intriguing,” Navarro said. “I am grateful for the chance to do something uniquely beautiful and share it with Penthouse readers and fans.”

“I see Dave Navarro as a modern day Renaissance Man: talented, articulate, a visualist and a lover of women,” added Holland. “Our premise to Dave was simple: we supply the 'canvas'—the models, the set, the support staff. You bring the vision... whatever that might be. We agreed that we wouldn't edit it or stamp it with our DNA. Dave had complete freedom. That's a little daunting and it required a 'leap of faith' from everyone at the magazine. The shoot was better than we could have imagined. Dave went in a direction that was such a beautiful surprise!”

The magazine is already available on newsstands.

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Vengeful Former Porn Star Shares Dick Pic of GOP Boyfriend

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The boyfriend, chief of staff to a Ohio Congressman, promptly resigns.

Vengeful Former Porn Star Shares Dick Pic of GOP Boyfriend

OHIO—If revenge is a dessert best served cold, the jilted lover of Adam Kuhn, the (now former) chief of staff to Ohio GOP Rep. Steve Stivers, is Ohio's reigning ice queen. Peeved to the extreme that the unmarried Kuhn had the unmitigated gall to end their relationship, the woman, Jennifer Roubenes Allbaugh—who is married with children and also just happens to be a former porn star who went by the screen name "Ruby" with over 200 movies to her credit—admitted to Politico that she had "tweeted at least one photo of Kuhn’s penis to Stivers’ Twitter account."  Today, Kuhn resigned as chief of staff.

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Yes, the deadly dick pic strikes again!

Politico has already reached out to both Kuhn and Allbaugh, who confirmed to them (via Twitter!) that she had tweeted the phallus photo to the Twitter account of Kuhn's boss last week.

"According to Allbaugh, she was upset that Kuhn had ended the relationship," reported John Bresnahan for Politico. "It is unclear when that occurred or when the photos of Kuhn were taken, although Allbaugh blamed Kuhn for their break-up."

She told Bresnahan that she deleted the photo after Kuhn filed a cease-and-desist against her, but owned up to the fact that she was out for "revenge," saying she “just wanted to teach the pompous a——— a lesson," and calling herself “a disgruntled former girlfriend.”

For Kuhn part, he's apparently falling on his sword even though it's unclear exactly what he did wrong other than fall for a married woman, which in the scheme of things is not necessarily a fatal offense, especially if the other party has an open relationship. (On that point, Allbaugh told Bresnahan that she was in love with both men.)

In a prepared statement to Politico, Kuhn explained, "Over the weekend, I was the victim of an attack on Twitter from a woman I had a relationship with in my personal life. I realize and apologize I had used poor judgement [sic] in my personal life regarding this relationship. The woman who posted this has reached out to me to apologize.”

The resignation was accepted by Congressman Stivers, whose spokesperson added,  “The office is not commenting on his personal life."

In his successful 2012 campaign for re-election, Stivers was endorsed by the NRA, National Right to Life, Ohio State Medical Association and United States Chamber of Commerce.

Regarding her career in adult entertainment, Allbright told Politico that she had made more than 200 films, had been inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame and worked under the name Ruby.

Ruby was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame in 2008. She worked from about 1996 to 2007, and according to iafd.com also used the names Jennie, Ruby Jewel, Ruby Cheeks. Ruby was first introduced to the adult industry by the legendary Nina Hartley.

"Yes! I remember Ruby," Hartley told AVN. "I found her delightful to work with and hang with. She retired, moved to Ohio, married and had a couple of kids, last I heard. I don't know if her marriage is open or not, or if she/they are swingers or not.

"I'm not in contact with Ruby much these days," she added, "so I have no opinion as to whether or not she was 'upset the relationship ended.' However, it seems out of character for her to be vindictive, at least to my memory of her. Like I said, it's been years since we last spoke."

Hartley emailed us again a short while later with a rhetorical question of her own: "Wow. The guy is not even married and he has to resign? Whom was he hurting with the pic of his penis out there?"

We have no answer.

In another story filed under Weekly Porn Shaming, a Wisconsin police chief has admitted to having created accounts on porn and dating sites under the name of a Tea Party advocate with whom he was having some disagreements.

According to the Glen Forks Herald, "Town of Campbell Police Chief Timothy Kelemen set up accounts under Gregory Luce's name after he and fellow Tea Party members allegedly harassed Kelemen's department after it banned their protest signs on overpasses... Kelemen retaliated by using Luce's personal information to create identities on dating websites, pornography websites featuring homosexual men and healthcare.gov."

Like Ruby, the chief owned up. "I'm not denying I did it ... I didn't think it was that big of a deal." But he was still placed on administrative leave on June 12.

Photo: Jennifer Roubenes Allbaugh, aka Ruby, courtesy of her Facebook page.

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Fan Tickets for 2015 AVN Awards Show Now on Sale

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Fan Tickets for 2015 AVN Awards Show Now on Sale

Posted Jun 24th, 2014 12:10 PM

CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Ever fantasized about spending the night with a bunch of porn stars? Make that dream a reality at the 2015 AVN Awards. Tickets for the adult industry’s most drop-dead-glamorous night are on sale now.

The AVN Awards returns to The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas on Saturday, January 24, 2015.  Fans may secure tickets here, with prices starting at $175.

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Last year AVN introduced Golden Tickets, a ticket category that provides fans with the ultra-VIP experience. Those special passes—which sold out last year—will again be offered in addition to several other packages.

The 32st annual AVN Awards Show will be co-hosted by popular adult stars Alexis Texas and Tommy Pistol, both of whom won big at last year’s show: Texas garnered a Fan Award for Hottest Ass while Pistol was named Best Actor for his turn in BurningAngel’s Evil Head.

In addition to entertaining patter from the hosts, the AVN Awards Show also features equal servings of live comedy, music and dance numbers. And before the show even starts there’s the red carpet pre-show, which draws the biggest stars of the adult industry, all dressed in eye-poppingly sexy ensembles.

The AVN Awards Show is the culmination of AVN Week, a series of events produced by AVN Media Network at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, beginning with Internext, followed by the AVN Novelty Expo and the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, and culminating with the AVN Awards Show.

Fans may purchase general admission tickets, VIP table seating options, or one of these special packages:

The Golden Ticket Pass includes a VIP Ticket in a luxury box suite, three drink tickets, entry into the official AVN Awards After Party, and an Extreme VIP  Pass to the AVN Expo for Saturday, January 24.

The VIP Backstage Pass includes access to the VIP Suite, a backstage tour, access to the Official AVN Awards Red Capet and show rehearsal, a premium swag bag, and a chance to meet the hosts, a table at the official AVN Awards After Party, five drink tickets, and an Extreme VIP Pass to the AVN Expo for Saturday, January 24.

Hotel rooms are also available at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. Room rates start at $109. To book, click here.

Adult industry tables for the award show are also on sale. Industry can purchase tickets by emailing tickets@avnawards.com.

Media registration for the 2015 AVN Awards will open in September. All media inquires may be directed to press@avnawards.com.

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