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Donny Long says a big fat FUCK YOU to Mike South

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So last week I made a post about something I seen on Mike South’s website. I talked about not only the post Mike made but also some of the associated comments. That apparently didn’t sit well with Donny Long and he made a very long and quite insightful response on his own website, calling out Mike South in words that I dare not repeat … let’s just say they are quite colorful.

Here is my favorite part – Kelli Roberts info please – Posted on July 27, 2015 by porn wiki leaks
Apparently this stupid cunt is a lying back stabbing faghag that not only just kicked the bull and a porn god but also is stupid enough to believe anything loser nobody Kike South says. More to come on this story but for now please gather up all the info you can find on her in the forum thread.

Michael Thomas Strother aka Kike South want attention so lets give him some

(source: Donny Long’s website)

I don’t like responding to nobody fudge packer loser gay Jew trolls that only write bullshit and make up stories about me to gain traffic to there websites from my popular famous name and sites high traffic but I find it necessary to give the shit eater the kick he is asking for cause we all know these stupid gay mafia losers love to kick themselves.

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Do Celebs Harass Porn Stars on Twitter?

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Are you a hot porn star? Then chances are some celeb or professional athlete has hit you up on twitter, wanting to hook up. Apparently it’s a very common occurrence and some porn stars aren’t all that happy about it.

We recently spoke about it happening to Mia Khalifa with Duke Williams and a lot of people were down right pissed off and hostile at her for outing the guy. I heard lots of “how dare she” type comments. But really what did she do wrong? She asked people to stop contacting her and asking her to hook up and yet apparently celebs think that doesn’t apply to them.

And you know what? Mia Khalifa wasn’t the first porn star to out an athlete for their bad behavior. Lisa Ann did it in November of 2014.  “Yes, @MichaelDelZotto the STUD NHL player… For some reason he thinks I am a dating service and will arrange dates for him.”

Lisa Ann

Aurora Snow recently wrote an article about it called “Pro Athletes Won’t Stop Harassing Porn Stars“.

Endless unanswered Twitter DMs. Facebook messages. Entitled professional sports stars won’t stop pestering porn stars for casual encounters, and many of them are sick of it.

Male athletes and adult actresses have been making headlines of late for hooking up. At first glance this might seem like a game of bragging rights, but professional athletes and porn stars have more in common than you think.

Laugh it up, but porn stars are sometimes described as sexual athletes—a description that might sound ridiculous until you find yourself in gravity-defying positions doing things Newton never intended for hours on end. To make it to the top, both athletes and porn stars often begin as young adults in peak physical condition with excellent stamina, and yet the career itself is often hard on the body and short-lived. Both genres create niche celebrities, some of whom become recognizable only when attached to something outside of their genre of origin (endorsements, mainstream appearances, etc).

Common ground aside, athletes must live up to societal pressures in a way porn stars don’t, which makes an athlete’s interest in porn stars risky in regards to future potential endorsement deals—not to mention league rules. Since ESPN is controlled by Disney, that alone creates additional challenges for athletes publicly associated with porn stars. Back in 2012, when porn star BiBi Jones posted photosof her and New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski looking chummy, and followed them up with the message, “Gronk told me he dropped those balls bc he was thinking of me!”, the Internet erupted. So this type of fraternizing is best kept hush-hush, unless you’re a porn star. In which case you have only publicity to gain.

Lebanese porn star Mia Khalifa, 22, is no stranger to controversy—and by some accounts has built a lucrative career around it—with her hijab-donning XXX performances. Earlier this year, Khalifa was in the spotlight for receiving death threats after earning a No. 1 ranking on Pornhub, as well as insinuating that the rapper Drake was hitting her up via DM. More recently the outspoken porn star made news by “outing” an enamored athlete on social media, sharing private Twitter DMs with her 688,000 followers.

Maybe the 24-year-old Buffalo Bills safety, Duke Williams, thought he was playing by the unspoken rules of social conduct, and naïve to his undesirable advances—though Williams could have gauged Khalifa’s non-interest from her lack of responset. Perhaps Khalifa felt harassed by his almost once-a-month propositions and didn’t know how to ask him to stop. However, the quickest way to end an unwanted Twitter DM is to unfollow that person. No need to endure unwelcome attention. (Khalifa could not be reached for comment.)

“Maybe he misunderstood and DM’d her and she just blasted him,” says Lisa Ann. “When you allow someone that direct communication with you, even when it’s a fan they often misunderstand it. Some fans might send a hundred DM’s in a day, when you were just following him to be nice because you met him at an event. That’s when you have to unfollow him, you have to regulate your own Twitter feed.”

Before Khalifa, Pornhub’s most searched-for star was the now-retired Lisa Ann, who hosts the fantasy football radio show Lisa Ann Does Fantasy on Sirius XM. Lisa Ann is as well-known for her sports knowledge as she is for her taste in men—preferably professional athletes, many of which she uses social media to get in touch with. “If I want to be with an athlete I’ll follow him on Twitter, if he wants to be with me he’ll follow me back and then DM me. It’s that simple,” says Lisa Ann. Afterwards, numbers are exchanged to move the game away from social media, an essential tactic for any professional athlete who doesn’t want to publicly proclaim an interest in porn stars.

Professional sports and the adult entertainment industry are built primarily on the backs of young adults. These are high-risk careers designed for and flooded with “kids” making money and blowing it, competing for the biggest ego prize, and at times fornicating as often as humanly possible.

Though publicly linked to several athletes, Lisa Ann can recall one incident of harassment. Despite changing her numbers, Ann claims Philadelphia Flyers hockey player Michael Del Zotto continued to contact her after she gave him clear directives. “I blasted him last year for harassing me,” says Lisa Ann. “I gave him three strikes and I said on the third strike I’m going to blast you.”

And she did, all over social media.

Celebs Defend Right to Sex Work

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Amnesty International faces backlash from Hollywood celebrities for proposing new policy on sex work. Anne Hathaway is among those who signed a letter of protest to Amnesty International.

One of the world’s leading human-rights organizations has come under fire for its proposal to oppose criminalizing the buying or selling of sex between consenting adults.

 Amnesty International says its proposed policy “is based on the human rights principle that consensual sexual conduct between adults—which excludes acts that involve coercion, deception, threats, or violence—is entitled to protection from state interference”.

It cites many examples in which criminalization increases risks to sex workers. They include two studies that showed “most instances of harassment, assault, rape, kidnapping, and murder of street-based sex workers in Vancouver and New York City were not reported to police”.

“This policy does not change Amnesty International’s longstanding position that trafficking into forced prostitution should be criminalised as a matter of international law,” the proposed policy states. “Amnesty International considers children involved in commercial sex acts to be victims of sexual exploitation, entitled to support, reparations, and remedies, in line with international human rights law.”

The organization’s response to the purchase and sale of consensual adult sex has prompted a letter of protest from more than 400 groups and individuals.

The signatories including actors Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet, Anne Hathaway, Angela Bassett, Kevin Kline, Emma Thompson, Lisa Kudrow, Lena Dunham, Kyra Sedgwick, and director Jonathan Demme.

“Decriminalization of the sex trade renders brothel owners ‘businessmen’ who with impunity facilitate the trafficking of very young women predominantly from the poorest countries of Eastern Europe and the Global South to meet the increased demand for prostitution,” the letter states.

Amnesty International’s proposed policy mentions that “legitimate restrictions may be imposed on sex work if they comply with international human rights law”.

“This policy is also based on principles of harm reduction: on balance, the available evidence indicates that the criminalisation of sex work is more likely than not to reinforce discrimination against those who engage in these activities, to increase the likelihood that they will be subjected to harassment and violence, including ill-treatment at the hands of police, and to lead to the denial of due process and the exclusion from public benefits such as health services, housing, education, and immigration status,” the document states.

The proposed policy will be addressed at Amnesty International’s international council meeting next month in Durban, South Africa.

Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has called upon countries “to work toward decriminalization of sex work and elimination of the unjust application of non-criminal laws and regulations against sex workers”.

Amnesty International has not taken a position on whether sex work should be regulated.

“However, if a state does regulate sex work, Amnesty International would call for any regulation to aim at guaranteeing that individuals who undertake sex work do so voluntarily and in safe conditions and are able to stop engaging in sex work when and if they choose to,” the proposed policy states.



GoDaddy coupons are back!!

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Holy hell! It seems that the GoDaddy domain registration (and renewal) coupons are back! And let me be the first to say, they sure were missed!

I ran across this bit of information just today (July 26, 2015). I don’t know how long they will last but enjoy them why you can. I know I sure will. :-) And let others know in the comments if you find more.


Time to start sharing GoDaddy coupons again!

Slim pickings this week, managed to find five discount codes. Three of them should bring the price down to $0.99, one of them should bring the price down to $1.49 and one to $1.99. The coupons should work for new registrations as well as transfers, they won’t work for renewals. If you’ve recently used another discount code, please share it by commenting. Also, whenever you come across similar promotions by other registrars and want to share them with others, shoot me an email at and I’ll gladly give credit where credit is due.

Here are the coupons.

First of all, here are three $0.99 discount codes:


Next, here’s a $1.49 code:


And last but not least, a $1.99 coupon:


The most helpful resource for those of you who want to find GoDaddy discount codes as well as coupons for other registrars is in my opinion but be sure to also follow all of the important registrars via twitter since they frequently tweet about new promotions.

Mike South lays groundwork to go after Donny Long

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Now that Donny Long is back in the US, it seems Mike South has begun to lay the groundwork to go after Donny Long and whatever assets he may have. He made a post on his website today that said …

“… anyone who wants to step up and take every US asset Donny Long has….email me.”

Does Mike South have something specific in mind or is he just considering the action since he knows that Donny Long is back in the United States are easier to go after?

What do you think? Would you join in a class action suit against Donny Long if he has leaked her personal information? Turns out there is some case prescience there, at least in the state of California with the privacy laws.

From what I’ve been told the laws were basically put in place for credit card or banking related matters but apparently also apply here and the only reason nobody has gone after Donny Long about it was because he was living in Thailand. Now that he’s back in the United States it seems there is a ground swell of people wanting to get their personal information removed from his websites. Especially now that he is demanding a fee of $1,000 to do it. (Extortion much?)

I’m not a lawyer so I can’t say for sure, but I do know if you live in California and PWL exposed your personal information, you might want to contact Mike South and join in on the group going after Donny Long. It may turn out to be a lucrative venture for you.

Apparently the fines involved in these CA based privacy acts are huge and they are per person, and per incident. So each person would qualify (if I understand it right) based on each website he posts them on. Right now I know of two and possibly three. Who knows how many more there are, especially if they count each sub-domain as a separate site (incident).



5 Reasons You Should Have Sex With Your Husband Every Night

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I was getting a manicure the first time I learned that not all wives want to, ahem, go for a roll in the hay with their husbands. I was 16 and had picked out orange nail polish (oh, sixteen). I had a book with me but it wasn’t long before I found another source of entertainment. In-between buffings and polishings, the two women next to me talked about how much their husbands wanted IT and how little they wanted to give IT.

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For a girl that had not even been asked out on a date this was a whole new world. I had a suspicion that their experience was more realistic than the articles I sneaky read in Cosmo while getting my hair done at the salon. (I am supposed to put my hand WHERE? while simultaneously doing WHAT?) So I kept my eyes on my book, let the words blur into lines and listened closely.

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A Look at Florida’s Booming PORN Business

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Inside Miami’s sex industry: Porn stars reveal how the internet is changing their business

Fusion goes inside the world of South Florida’s booming adult entertainment industry, where a quarter of the porn in the U.S. is produced. We follow five independent producers, ranging from a couple making homemade porn to a young female porn star navigating the treacherous waters of launching her own paid site in the age of free porn.

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Can Porn Stars Stay Faithful?

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An article was recently released in The Daily Beast (written by Aurora Snow) that asks … Can Porn Stars Stay Faithful?

When your job is getting paid to have sex, lines become blurred between the professional and the personal. And for porn stars, it can be tough to maintain a monogamous relationship.

My civilian boyfriend at the time knew I was a porn star, something I was always very upfront about before ever getting involved. In my personal life, I’ve always felt monogamous. I get attached, become overly loyal, slightly possessive, and only have eyes for my significant other. We were in a committed relationship, I didn’t want to date other people, and I certainly didn’t want him to. We never discussed my work in too much detail, and it was never a problem until he came across one of my most recent scenes online.

From everything I’d described my boyfriend imagined me in a make-up chair, a set filled with lights, crew members, a director calling action, and awkward movie sex. While those shoots do exist, not every shoot is a major production. This particular scene was POV, just me and the site owner in his home studio, and like always I gave the performance I was paid to give. Acting or not, it was a little too real for my boyfriend. To him, it felt like cheating.At the time, I’d been in porn too long to see his point. I was desensitized to the conflicts my job created having primarily dated within the industry. I’ve never been a cheater; I don’t believe in it, and I’d leave a relationship before I ever cheated. Yet to my non-industry boyfriend my work made me one.

Porn stars handle monogamy differently than most. Even though going to work means having sex with various partners, porn stars in committed relationships often consider those monogamous.

Paid sex counts as work, so any sexual encounters on the job shouldn’t count. Not emotionally, anyway.

Work stress might be a common hurdle for couples, but when your work is sex the relationship becomes an emotional minefield. Established performer and director Derrick Pierce jokes that the best way for porn stars to handle a relationship is delicately. With over a hundred scenes to his credit, Pierce has learned how to handle the conflicts his work creates and explains the complications of maintaining a relationship, in or out of the industry.

“When you date someone who isn’t in the business, all they know is you’re having sex with someone else and they don’t care who it is. Some say, ‘I accept what you do but I don’t want to hear about it,’ so you can never come home and talk about your day, no matter how horrible it was. In their mind how can you have a horrible day when you’re having sex? If you can’t talk about your day, how do you involve your significant other in your day-to-day functions?” says Pierce.

There’s nothing wrong with having a good day at work, but when you’re in the adult business few significant others want to hear about it.  Due to the intimate nature of the work, most people still find it morally inappropriate, a fact anybody who dates a porn star will have to face frequently.

“Your significant other ends up defending you all the time, even when you aren’t around. They have to defend you to their friends, their family, and on top of that they have to deal with what you do,” says Pierce. Being in porn changes a person’s reality, after so many years it feels almost normal, so it’s easy to forget how much flak anyone you date might receive for it.

Dating a fellow porn star certainly simplifies things. It also relieves some of the social pressures when meeting the family; no one’s going to focus on your job if you both do it. The problem then can become not what you’re doing, but whom you’re doing it with.

“I tell the girl I’m with she can’t work with a certain male performer, not because I’m jealous but because he doesn’t deserve to work with a girl I’m intimately involved with. The guy just doesn’t respect women… I don’t care who you work with as long as you get treated with respect,” says Pierce.

This goes both ways when you’re dating within the business. Overhearing another female performer gush about how many times your boyfriend made her orgasm or how they kept going at it when the cameras stopped might make a girl feel insecure. Of course, part of the male performer’s job is to make his co-star feel good about herself—the better she feels the easier his job is.

“Even when I find a girl attractive, I have to go above and beyond because I want to make sure we have solid rapport. I don’t want to leave any room for her to have a bad day,” says Pierce. “I also have to do that same thing for the girl I’m dating; whatever I do for someone at work I have to do even more for the girl I’m dating, really—go the extra mile.”

Like most performers, Pierce considered his relationships monogamous because the sex he was having was strictly for work. “When I dated a civilian I don’t think they saw it as monogamy. I think they just saw it as me having sex with a paycheck attached, but when dating someone in the industry that’s all they care about. If there’s a paycheck attached it becomes acceptable, as long as you get paid for it,” says Pierce.

It’s easier for porn stars to think of sex in less emotional, intimate terms when money is involved. That’s what differentiates work from play. But it’s almost impossible for people outside the business to comprehend. In addition to always wondering how they measure up to your last scene partner, they may never get over the “feeling” of being cheated on.

Adult starlet Layton Benton says it’s hard to maintain any kind of relationship while pursuing a career in porn. “Honestly, I haven’t had one successful relationship since I’ve been in porn,” says Benton. “I’ve been in a monogamous relationship and an open relationship, but I’m a very jealous person so I felt like the open relationship was harder. Even though I like to see my partner having sex with another girl, I don’t feel comfortable if he’s texting her afterwards.”

Despite the obvious pitfalls, Benton is more at ease dating civilians (people outside of the industry) than her fellow XXX colleagues. “I couldn’t deal with my partner having sex on camera all the time. I know that’s a selfish answer, but that’s how I feel.” For now, Benton says it’s so much easier to be single while working in porn.

Sex has a tendency to stir powerful emotions, good and bad. While I dated and eventually married outside of the porn industry, my relationship wouldn’t have worked had I continued in the business. I’d always planned to retire from my porn star ways before turning 30, and from a family perspective that was the right choice—for me.



Another Booking #SCAM Alert – PORNSTARS BE WARNED

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Scottie Platinumx from Facebook posted a warning to all talent about a man named Alex from Hollywood claiming to be an adult producer. He in fact is not. He will book talent, get them to do various things and then never pay them.

Don’t fall for this scam! Here is the information ….

Scottie Platinumx: Warning to all ladies who get contacted by a man Named Alex located in Hollywood CA. He will sell you a line telling you he is an adult film producer and he also is casting for music videos. This man has scammed many ladies already. I have 5 models i have talked to in the past few weeks that have told me they went to CA to work with him. They performed there tasks asked by them and never got paid. This ranged from $1,500.00 to $3,500.00.

Please make sure if you are contacted by this person please let me know Email me I already have my lawyers working on this. We can not allow anyone to take advantage of these ladies trying to establish a Career within the adult film industry.

Updated: He may also try and write a bad check.  He wrote one to a model and when she took it to the bank to cash it they told her it was bad.


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We are Playmate Productions, a top quality production company located in sunny Hollywood, CA. We pay CASH SAME DAY for video shoots ranging from $250 to $1,200 per day. We shoot with only the most beautiful actresses and shoot GG, BG, BGG, and BJ scenes. We also shoot stills and music video EPKs. If you are interested in working with us, please hit us up via email or phone (no texting) to schedule a meeting.

Business Name Playmate Productions
Headquarters Hollywood, California, United States
Contact Person Alex
Telephone 310-755-0256

Job Category Actors/Actresses (hard) 

Hiring Region Will consider job candidates from outside of local area. 

Relocation $$ Will not pay relocation expenses for job candidates.
Travel $$  Will pay travel expenses for qualified applicants.
Job Location Qualified applicants will work at specified job site.

It’s been a big year for James Deen

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James Deen isn’t just the most Google’d male porn star … it turns out he’s also nominated as the best male performer and best director too for the 2015 NightMoves Awards!

James Deen Nominated for Best Male Performer & Best Director for 2015 NightMoves Awards.  Adult Superstar Receives 4 Nominations for 23rd Annual Event on October 11!

 James Deen
James Deen has been nominated for Best Male Performer and Best Director (Feature) for the 2015 NightMoves Awards. The adult film superstar is nominated for a total of four awards.Deen previously earned the award for Best Male Performer (Editor’s Choice) last year and in 2010. He also received the Best Male Performer (Fan’s Choice) in 2012.

When notified of the nominations, Deen responded, “Wooooooooooooooooooooooo! Thank you!”

The 23rd Annual NightMoves Awards will be held on Sunday, Oct. 11 at the Tampa Gold Club, 6222 E. Adamo Drive by NightMoves magazine. The event honors the adult industry’s top films, stars, and filmmakers as voted by fans across the country. The awards show is part of the four-day NightMoves Awards weekend that includes Fanfest, a VIP party and the Star Caravan, presented in various gentlemen’s clubs in Tampa.

James Deen Productions’ “Diary of a Sex Slave” which is the acclaimed fictionalized look at the dynamics of a master/slave relationship, and “Smoke,” a stylized fantasy of women mixing smoking with sex, are nominated for Best Fetish/Specialty Release.

Each category in the NightMoves Awards includes Fan and Editor’s Choice honors.  To vote for the various nominees, fans may click here.

It has been a banner year for the performer/director with four trophies at the 2015 AVN Awards, including Crossover Star of the Year and Favorite Male Porn Star, as voted on by fans. Deen also earned four 2015 XBIZ Awards, including Male Performer of the Year and Best All Sex Series for his company’s “James Deen’s 7 Sins.”

James Deen Productions was created to provide a platform for Deen’s vision of respectful, safe, and fun entertainment. The studio is constantly evolving and expanding along with its participants. This is accomplished through promoting the guiding principles of honesty, respect for boundaries, diversity, education, and acceptances. The motto James Deen Productions works to embody every day is “set the bar high, then jump over it.”

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