Chaz Bono, OkCupid Rape Invite, Labor Day Sex Tips, Young Magneto Full Frontal [Sex News]

by Violet Blue on September 5, 2011

  • Australian director John Hewit knocks another one into the stands, with his latest exercise in nail biting tension, simply titled X. The thriller centers on a call girl working her last night before flying off to her own happily ever after, and a first-night streetwalker brought in at the last minute to fill a client request. Reviews: John Hewit’s X Is Sexy, Extreme, And Excellent (Twitch, trailer above)
  • Chaz Bono was viciously attacked as the first visible transgender male star on Dancing With The Stars (and fiercely defended by Cher and oodles of supporters). A lot of attention has been paid to the backlash surrounding Chaz Bono’s upcoming Dancing with the Stars debut, but the show’s first transgender star told us that not all the feedback has been negative. Chaz Bono’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ Breakdown? (ETonline)
  • (Readers: send me hi-res full-frontals of Fassbender when they hit the internets for the good of all humankind, plzkthx.) Magneto lets it all hang out. That was the big news at the Venice Film Festival, where Michael Fassbender — the German-Irish Adonis of the art house who also played the young Magneto in this summer’s X-Men: First Class — was on full-frontal display in the grinding sex drama Shame. Sex and Shame in Venice: Michael Fassbender Is a Real X-Man (TIME)
  • “Someone put my real address, with my photo, in a dating profile on OkCupid, using my real email address, and invited people to come rape me. I contacted OkCupid twice through their contact form, asking for the IP address of the person who created this fake profile, and requesting someone from OkCupid to contact me immediately. That was a week ago.” Where’s my reply, @OkCupid? (Prelude to a lawsuit) (Avitable, thanks Ariel)
  • Susie Bright is stunned by the wonton display of greed masked as compassion in the current porn-HIV-condoms row. The truth is that AIDS is not an epidemic in the adult film industry; it’s the IV drug users and the poor who are losing the battle. In Bed with Susie Bright 491 (Audible Audiobooks)

  • There are two lesbians in a new KY commercial – and not the kind of “lesbians” you see making out in a shower for the edification of straight guys in late-night Girls Gone Wild promotions, but an actual lesbian couple. KY to Air Funny Commercial Featuring Lesbian Couple (Towleroad)
  • (File under idiots reporting on idiots.) Beginning this week [wednesday], the Internet’s “red-light district” will be open for business as the rush for “.xxx” domain registrations starts in earnest, but whether the new tag to alert – and attract – Web surfers to porn sites will meet expectations is a matter of sharp debate. As porn’s pre-eminent domain, .xxx to mark spot (Washington Times)
  • Porn production in Los Angeles was given the green light to resume by an industry trade group after an HIV scare last week halted production. An adult film performer who tested positive for HIV was retested and the actor does not have the virus, according to Free Speech Coalition. Porn Production to Resume After HIV Scare (NBC Los Angeles)

  • Orlando Bloom’s gorgeous missus Miranda Kerr gave the audience full view of her lacy white knickers as she modelled a cream gown at the Fashion Fest show in Mexico City. Orlando’s girl shows her Bloomers (The Sun)
  • In Morality In Media‘s latest press release, they admit that they have no evidence of the connection between adult pornography to a reviled product (child porn) and a reviled behavior (child molestation)—and, incredibly, they demand that the U.S. government expend its resources to find one. Morality in Media Admits They Lack Facts, So They Lie About Porn (Sexual Intelligence)
  • (File under how to make people hate the porn industry part gazillion.) Lawyers representing the U.S. pornography industry say they have filed suit against at least 20,000 people in the country for illegally downloading XXX movies. Some of the defendants, identified anonymously as “John Doe,” are challenging the suits. Their lawyers say they are being bullied for a settlement of about $2,000 to $3,000 by an industry that takes in billions of dollars in revenue each year. Porn piracy crackdown targets 20,000 (UPI.com)
  • Slut-shaming, Australian PSA style! Prison Island’s new PSAs against teen sexting relies entirely on convincing teen girls that they’ll be ashamed for sending someone “intimate” pictures of themselves. How to Shame Teenage Girls into Proper Prudeness (The Awl)

Image at right via Andy Barter’s wonderful new series on kissing.

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1 Avitable September 6, 2011 at 3:23 am

Thanks for the link – don’t know if you saw, but I did get a reply from OkCupid finally and posted it in all of its lukewarm glory.

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