November 3, 2014, 9:42 AM
Michael Ninn sits down with new porn sensation Scarlet Red. You can follow her on twitter @ScarletRedXXX
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Michael Ninn sits down with new porn sensation Scarlet Red. You can follow her on twitter @ScarletRedXXX
We all have at least one and most of us have many: Sexual fantasies. In fact, it’s normal, and even healthy, to have sexual fantasies.
What might not be normal is the type of sexual fantasy you’re daydreaming over. A new study is helping shed light on what sexual fantasies are prevalent, and which are unusual and rare.
Until recently, scientists had limited data on what constituted a normal sexual fantasy versus an unusual one, and most surveys that had explored this sensitive territory had only surveyed university students. But a big new data set has changed that.
To find out once and for all what the general population think about, a team of scientists at the University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada straight up asked 1,516 adults residing in Quebec about their sexual fantasies. They published their telling findings on Oct. 31 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
“Clinically, we know what pathological sexual fantasies are: they involve non-consenting partners, they include pain, or they are absolutely necessary in deriving satisfaction,” said lead author Christian Joyal in a statement released by the university. “But apart from that, what exactly are abnormal or atypical fantasies?”
The team conducted an internet survey with 799 men and 718 women, where the mean age of the subjects was 30 years. Of the entire sample, 85.1% stated they were heterosexual, 3.6% were definitely homosexual, and the rest were in between.
The survey involved 55 statements that probed the nature and intensity of the subject’s sexual fantasies. The subjects rated each statement on a scale of 1 to 7, one meaning they strongly disagreed with the statement and seven meaning they strongly agreed. Here are some examples of the statements they answered:
|I have fantasized about having sex with an unknown person.|
|I have fantasized about petting with a total stranger in a public place (e.g., metro).|
|I have fantasized about being forced to have sex.|
|I have fantasized about having sex with an animal.|
|I have fantasized about having anal sex.|
The full 55 are at the end of this post, along with how often they show up in the population questioned.
The team also asked the volunteers to describe, in detail, their favorite sexual fantasy if it was not included in the survey.
After what must have been some very interesting reading, the team found that the men had more fantasies and described their favorite fantasy more vividly than women. Also, men expressed a stronger desire to make their fantasies a reality than women.
If the subjects responded with a 3 or above for any of the statements in the survey, then the scientists noted that statement as a sexual fantasy for that person. Below is the percentage (indicated on the vertical axis) of men and women who reported a few of these sexual fantasies:
As you can see, more women fantasized about having sex in a specific location while far more men fantasized about receiving oral sex. Interstingly, both sexes were about equal when it came to participating in group sex, although more men reported wanting to have an active versus passive role during group sex.
When it came to who the subjects thought about, men reported fantasizing more about people they were not currently involved with than women. What was particularly interesting to the researchers was the high number of fantasies that were mostly unique to men, for example, fantasizing about anal sex and watching their partner have sex with another man.
“Evolutionary biological theories cannot explain these fantasies,” Joyal said in a release issued by the university.
After analyzing the data set as a whole, the team created a glossary defining certain “rare”, “unusual”, and “typical” sex fantasies.
Rare meant that 2.3% or less of individuals reported this fantasy. Unusual meant 15.9% or less reported having them. Common fantasies meant they were shared by between 50 and 84.1% of individuals, and typical fantasies are common amongst more than 84.1% of the surveyed population.
Here are a few examples of what they found in each of these categories:
The team isn’t done with their precious dataset, however. They are now analyzing subgroups of fantasies to see which types of fantasies are common among the same people. For example, people who reported submission fantasies also described domination fantasies, which indicates that these two themes are connected.
Here’s the full table of the researchers’ findings. Where do your fantasies fit in?
Source: business insider.com
NIKKI BENZ COURTS THE TORONTO MAYORAL ELDER VOTE IN NEW FUNNY OR DIE VIDEO
One of the hottest performers in adult, Penthouse Pet of the Year 2011 Nikki Benz has just been featured in a new Funny or Die video poking fun at the current race for Mayor of Toronto with the help of writer producer Ethan Cole’s grandparents. The new video can be seen here: http://youtu.be/NUe9v9KfX58 and was the subject of a story by the Huffington Post. Benz is seen courting the ”elder” vote for the upcoming mayoral race.
New Effort Generates Revenue by Sharing Traffic with AdamAndEveTV.com, a Cable TV-Like Portal Offering High Quality Adult Programming
CYBERSPACE (October 30, 2014) – Leading online adult store GameLink.com has joined with Adam & Eve to debut the Movie Associates affiliate program. MovieAssociates.com provides webmasters with a unique and innovative way to convert adult traffic.
Created by two leading adult entertainment companies known for consistent and on time payouts and high quality content, the Movie Associates affiliate program features one of the most unique and revolutionary new sites to come along in years – AdamandEveTV.com. The website’s unique cable TV-like platform contains high quality, big budget programming with the most popular performers in adult entertainment. Beta-testing the site on GameLink and Adam & Eve’s internal traffic over the past three months shows off the chart conversions, with consistent ratios of better than 1:100.
“Adam & Eve is excited to be working with MovieAssociates.com on its new affiliate program,” stated Adam & Eve Director of New Business Bob Christian. “We are confident this new venture will be a positive experience for everyone involved.”
According to Daniel Kaufman, manager for AdamandEveTV.com, the new platform is about meeting the needs of consumers who have grown weary of today’s cable television offerings.
“The idea behind creating AdamandEveTV was to bring Adam & Eve’s brand of movies out of the traditional ‘porn membership’ box towards a more ‘safe’ cable TV environment attracting those looking for sexy content and ‘something different’ than what the mainstream channels are offering,” he said.
Created with an eye toward consumers who belong to sites such as Hulu and Netflix, AdamandEveTV.com is not a typical membership site. Like those other sites, AdamandEveTV.com users will be able to access content on Macs and PCs, as well as multiple mobile devices, making it a fully user-responsive site.
GameLink.com Vice President of Business Development and Marketing Jeff Dillon said the new program will help change the face of adult entertainment: “I believe we are changing how people can view adult content by providing a new platform for affiliates who can in turn promote erotic entertainment, which gives users value unavailable on illicit sites.”
The key features of the affiliate program include:
For more information, please visit www.MovieAssociates.com.
The Business Insider released an article about what porn stars actually get paid to blow a guy on camera. (source) The story was released in 2012 but today it seems to be making the rounds again on Facebook so I thought I mind as well share it with you guys as well.
While the information given may not be completely accurate, it’s still a very interesting read. Two of the obvious inaccuracies are first, Sunny Leone’s film Jism 2 wasn’t a porno – nor did it have ANYTHING to do with porn. Jism 2 is a mainstream Bollywood movie made for Indian audiences. Apparently there the word Jism means something very different than it does in English. Next is the rate for a double penetration scene. It’s sure as hell not $4,000. It MIGHT have been for handful of girls ten years ago but it sure in the heck isn’t today. No way, no how. If (based on the other rates listed in said article) the girl was getting $1,000 for a BG (boy/girl) then she might get like $1,200 or $1,400 for a DP.
Most people have heard the name Ari Emanuel — the WME super agent who inspired Jeremy Piven’s Ari Gold character on HBO’s hit show, “Entourage.”
The name Mark Spiegler, a top talent agent in a different billion dollar entertainment industry, may not ring as many bells.
That’s because Spiegler represents porn stars.
While Emanuel, 51, represents talent such as Charlize Theron and Steven Spielberg; Spiegler, 54, represents top adult female stars with names like Skin Diamond, Chanel Preston and Asa Akira.
Spiegler’s boutique firm, Spiegler Girls, represents a small group of elite women and is regarded as one of the industry’s top agencies in the Hollywood of porn: The San Fernando Valley.
“We are the buffer — so the girl doesn’t look bad. We take the heat,” Spiegler told The Hollywood Reporter in their article “Inside the Risky Business of Porn Star Agents.”
But while many aspects of the business are changing — from the just-passed L.A. County measure requiring condom use in adult movies to shrinking profits — 40 million to 50 million people in the U.S. are reportedly still regularly watching pornography on the Internet.
“While a decade ago the average female performer would make about $100,000 a year,” Spiegler told THR “she now might make as little as $50,000 — all while juggling responsibilities such as social-media outreach and personal appearances.”
But for the select few females who make it to the top of the industry, paychecks can be “upward of $350,000 a year, while top male performers can make more than $100,000 annually.”
According to Dan Miller, executive managing editor of industry trade magazine XBIZ, there are about 250 “in-demand” women (called “models”) who work regularly, shooting between 100 and 150 scenes per year. “A popular girl is going to work a minimum of 10 times per month,” he tells THR.
According to Spiegler, there is a relatively straightforward scale for performances by an in-demand actress:
According to THR, “guy-on-guy pornography has a separate pay scale; most agents in the mainstream straight porn world, including Spiegler, do not represent gay men.”
But for each gig Spiegler books for his girls, he takes 10 to 15 percent, receiving the larger percentage if he also handles transportation for the client.
None of the agents THR spoke with would reveal how much money they personally make in a year, but sources told the trade that top agents can rake in around $250,000 a year from their 10 to 15 percent takes.
“It’s very competitive, and the well-known agencies do control most of the talent,” added Dan Miller. “It’s just like Hollywood in that regard.”
And agents don’t just handle the financial aspect of a deal, they also help clients set up personal websites, advise them on plastic surgery procedures, arrange for transportation to and from film sets and make sure the actors are staying on top of their mandatory drug and STD testing regimens.
But when it’s all said and done, shooting the actual porn films is just a small percentage of an adult film star’s job.
According to XBIZ’s Miller, “about 70 to 80 percent of an actress’ annual revenue is derived from movies, and the remaining 20 to 30 percent could be generated by everything from exotic dancing to sex-toy sales and personal website subscriptions.”
One of the most famous adult film stars of all time, Jenna Jameson, earned an estimated $30 million per year hawking her own brand of sex toys until she sold her popular website ClubJenna to Playboy for an undisclosed fortune in 2006.
While Jameson has managed to parlay her career into a mainstream market, other adult film stars argue the pay is simply better on the other side of the ‘biz.
Porn star Sunny Leone, a new Bollywood sensation, was paid a lower SAG scale rate for her work on the 2010 Will Ferrell-produced comedy “The Virginity Hit” but made about $250,000 for her role in the adult film “Jism 2.”
Now watch porn stars and their agents discuss the ‘biz in their own words in this behind-the-scenes video shoot from The Hollywood Reporter:
Who doens’t want to ride a guy like a pro? Well Cosmo apparently offers their readers some advice.
Your guy probably wants it because he’ll get to see you in all your full-frontal glory, a major turn-on for any hot-blooded male. Plus, since he’ll have a limited range of motion, he’s likely to last longer, too. But there are also some sexy advantages for you. This position puts you in control of the pace, motion and depth of penetration, so you can get the kind of stimulation you need to send you over the edge.
Start moving up and down to build momentum. Or, you can rest your torso on his and sensuously grind him from side to side or in circles. But just because you’re in the driver’s seat, that doesn’t mean you have to do all the work. To keep from tuckering out, have him wrap his hands around your hips and help you gyrate.
For a truly titillating experience, ask your guy to stimulate your breasts, belly and clitoris as you’re riding him. If being up in the saddle makes you feel a little overexposed, pull his shoulders toward you so you’re both sitting face-to-face, with your legs wrapped around each other, and rock back and forth. Not only is this pose less revealing, it puts you in a primo position for smooching. Another stance that gives you maximum G-spot: Have him lie back, then swivel around and straddle him so you’re facing his feet, leaning slightly forward.
No matter what adjustments need to be made, keep this you-on-top tip in mind: If he pops out at any point, just put him back in and resume the action. But avoid thrusting too forcefully, or you could bend his penis, which can result in a serious injury.
Promoting her new mainstream movie Open Windows Here’s Sasha Grey Reading Some Of The Most Sexually Creepy Texts Ever Sent
Sasha Grey has a new movie coming out soon. Nope, it’s not Daddy’s Worst Nightmare 5. Rather,Open Windows is about a man named Nick (Elijah Wood, in the role he was born to play) winning a dinner date with his favorite actress, Grey’s Jill. When she doesn’t show, however, he’s offered the opportunity to constantly watch Jill through his computer. The premise is pretty creepy, though not as much as the messages Grey reads in the latest installment of Machinima ETC’s “Creepy Text Theatre.”
I bet that “CDs and tapes” line works on all the former porn stars. [source]
The current production hold has been lifted (for those who were actually following it which apparently weren’t many). It is unclear if the original “out of state” person in question has been confirmed or not to be HIV positive or who said person is. Rumor mill has it as a male “crossover”.
FSC’s statement is as follows:
The Free Speech Coalition announces that the production hold from last week has been lifted, and production can continue effective immediately. A production hold was called when it was determined that a performer in the PASS database might have been exposed to HIV in late September, after off-set contact with a performer from an out-of-state set that was not observing PASS protocols. We called a production hold while we conducted precautionary testing with that performer and anyone he or she performed with. All precautionary testing has been completed and there is a medical determination that the performer pool has not been compromised.
Diane Duke, head of the Free Speech Coalition, thanked producers and performers for honoring the hold over the weekend.
“We know that production holds and moratoriums are difficult for performers and producers, but they are integral to the safety of the PASS performer pool. We also realize that the lack of information in these situations can also be frustrating; however, it’s crucial that we maintain medical privacy for the performers involved.”
“The PASS database and protocols are crucial to protecting performers. This is why we are working so doggedly on regulations that will encourage full compliance with PASS no matter where they shoot. All indications are that full compliance with the PASS system continues to protect performers and prevent on-set transmissions. In addition, our moratorium protocols effectively provided testing and prevented any compromise to the performer pool.”
Just read a great article called Sex, Lies, & Sex Tapes from the Walters Law Group blog [source]. It’s kind of long but one hell of an interesting read.
Sex, drugs & rock ‘n roll. That used to be the unofficial motto of Hollywood. And it worked. For years, the so-called scandals of celebrities in public were enough to keep tabloid headlines fresh, interesting and attractive to readers. Now though, it’s 2014: we’ve seen it all and it is no longer enough to simply report on what celebrities are doing in the public eye. A new unofficial motto has taken hold of those that fancy themselves the gatekeepers of celebrity information: sex, more sex, and leaked private media.
In recent times, not only have there been a rash of leaked photos from consumer-driven websites like 4chan, we’ve also lately seen stories of big name production labels, such as Vivid, considering the release of celebrity sex tapes. Rapper Iggy Azalea is at the center of the most recent controversy, with reports that a former boyfriend is shopping around a sex tape involving the entertainer to various media outlets including Vivid Entertainment.
Images or videos released to the public which were not originally meant for public consumption bring with them a wide variety of legal issues and pitfalls. That being said, there are four main issues in this realm which should be noted for anyone considering publishing this increasingly popular category of material.
Copyright: Initially, the person who created the media presumptively owns the copyright in the media. Sounds simple enough, right? Not exactly. This clear principle can quickly be made muddy, given the way we all create copyrightable “original works of authorship” these days. For example, consider the famous case of the Ellen DeGeneres Oscar Selfie. DeGeneres licensed use of the now widely known photograph to the Associated Press. But did she own the rights to license? It is unclear. DeGeneres is the one who got all the famous stars together, posed them, and set the scene for the photo. However, she was not the one to click the shutter button on the phone: Bradley Cooper was. The traditional presumption is that the photographer – meaning, very literally, the one who clicked the shutter button – owns the copyright and can distribute it. Additional confusion arises when the photographer is acting at the specific request of another – particularly without a ‘work for hire’ agreement. Within the rash of leaked celebrity photos on 4chan, this principle would mean that the copyright in each of the selfies was owned by the celebrity who took the picture, providing that individual with a strong intellectual property case to go after anyone who published the images. Conversely, however, in the case of Iggy Azalea, if her former boyfriend shot the video, he would have a good argument as to ownership of the copyright in that case. That’s not the only consideration for leaked media, however…
Publicity/Privacy/Commercial Exploitation: Even if Azalea’s former boyfriend properly owns the copyright, Azalea, as the subject of the video, also maintains rights to control the publication of her personal depiction in the video. A model or subject depicted in media has a right to profit from the display of their ‘image and likeness.’ This is usually called the right of publicity; or sometimes, the right to commercial exploitation, and is separate from the copyright. If the recording was done in secret, there may be privacy rights at play as well. All of these rights would typically need to be waived by execution of a model release. If not, then the individual depicted in the video retains the rights, and can sue for violation of those rights. Naturally, with celebrity sex tapes, there typically is no model release signed before the ‘performance.’
Section 2257 Records: The elephant in the room regarding celebrity sex tapes is compliance with 18 U.S.C. § 2257. As virtually all producers of erotic material know, Section 2257 imposes an obligation to review and compile certain performer identity and age documents prior to filming and/or publication. If those records were not created beforehand (which rarely, if ever, happens with a private sex tape or leaked content), the content is presumptively illegal to publish in the absence of accompanying records. The original producer must keep the original records, and all secondary producers (including webmaster) must keep copies of the records, along with generating their own records, such as the URL’s associated with the person depicted in the video. A notice of where the records are kept must be associated with the video, in the manner required by the statute and regulations.
Publication Risks: What happens if you publish a sex tape without 2257 records? The answer may depend on your role in the publication process. The original producer of the material, and the person responsible for initially uploading or publishing the material on a website, are clearly responsible for any non-compliance, which can include a multi-year prison sentence. So how are all these images being published on the Internet, presumably without 2257 records or model releases? Often, the content is uploaded by an anonymous customer of a ‘user generated content site’ such as a tube site, or posting forum like 4chan. The operator of the site will assert a Section 2257 exemption, designed to protect hosts and social networking sites from liability, and excuse their compliance with 2257 records maintenance obligations. The validity of the exemption depends on whether the site operator was actually involved with soliciting the sex tape upload; or in some cases, actually posting the content. If that activity can be uncovered, the site would almost certainly fail in asserting any attempted 2257 exemption. If the posting was done through a legitimate, unsolicited third party user upload, the site may be off the hook for 2257 compliance. Once the content appears online – somewhere – as user generated content, other ‘indexing sites’ link to it, categorize it and reproduce it, on a multitude of other sites; which ultimately display and drive traffic to the user-uploaded file. Section 230 immunity and DMCA safe harbor typically protect the tube sites and indexing sites from monetary liability for violation of publicity rights, privacy rights and copyrights, with respect to legitimate user uploaded or indexed content. All of this anticipates that the individuals depicted in the videos were over 18 years old when the content was created. If not, none of the exemptions, immunities or safe harbor protections will help the publishers with regard to child pornography allegations. Failure to report such content, once being made aware as website operator, is also a violation of federal law; Section 2258A.
Publishing sex tapes and leaked celebrity content is risky business, particularly in the absence of Section 2257 records or model releases. Celebrities have money and power…and lawyers. They can afford to enforce their rights, and may have enough influence to get law enforcement interested in pursuing criminal investigations. While some online service providers may be able to rely on federal law to skirt liability for the publications, any involvement in soliciting, posting or producing this category of erotic content generates significant legal risks.
Larry Walters has been advocating for the rights of the adult entertainment industry for over 20 years, and has defended numerous high profile obscenity cases for adult website operators. He operates Walters Law Group () which focuses on Internet law, First Amendment issues and intellectual property.
Busty billboard responsible for over 500 car crashes in one day! An advertising campaign which featured a woman’s boobs on the side of a van has caused over 500 road accidents in just one day. [source]
The ads placed on the side of 30 trucks showed a woman cupping her breasts in her hands with the nipples just out of sight thanks to a thin blue strip.
Across the strip it read: “They Attract”.
But as the vans trundled around the streets, they left a trail of carnage in their wake with 517 accidents being reported.
As police started to get complaints from irate drivers they sent out patrols on a mission to ban the boob from the Moscow roads.
Motorist Ildar Yuriev, 35, said: “I was on my way to a business meeting when I saw this truck with a huge photo of breasts on its side go by.
“Then I was hit by the car behind who said he had been distracted by the truck.
“It made me late and left my car in the garage and although I am insured I am still out of pocket.”
A spokesman for the Sarafan Advertising Agency that organised the promotion said: “We are planning to bring a new advertising format onto the market, encouraging companies to place their ads on the sides of trucks, as we thought this would be a good alternative to putting them on the sides of public transport.
“We wanted to draw attention to this new format with this campaign.
“In all cases of accidents, the car owners will receive compensation costs from us that aren’t covered by their insurance.”