Sex News: Kink Lawsuit, Groupon, Feminist Porn Award Winners, Naked TSA Protest

by Violet Blue on April 21, 2012

  • Filmmakers gathered in Toronto this week for the annual Feminist Porn Awards. Maura Kelly reports on the films, the followers—and the critics.
    Can Porn Be Feminist? (The Daily Beast)
  • An anonymous woman with Herpes writes, “There are fenced-in corners on the Internet for people like me. Single with herpes? Try STDmatch.net, or positivesingles.com. This was my future, I thought immediately after being diagnosed. Over and over again, my Google searches reinforced the burning shame of having herpes. Even OkCupid had turned on my new quarantined clan. ”
    The Perks of Herpes (The Hairpin)
  • Portland, OR: A man who said he was fed up with being harassed by airport security stripped to his birthday suit while in an airport screening lane Tuesday evening and was arrested.
    Man protests airport security – naked (KOMO News)
  • An anonymous finance guy tells BuzzFeed Shift what compels him to seek out paid sex: “I used to go to bars where I thought there’d be hot young girls… I could never seal the deal.”
    Why This Married Wall Street Banker Pays For Sex (Buzzfeed)

{ 1 comment }

1 Vacancy April 23, 2012 at 2:43 pm

There’s a video on the `war on illegal pornography` site that details some of the things which can be found objectionable that are done at the Armory… The girl disgustedly reading out the list is cute, so I figured it was more of an advertisement than anything else.

I also love that Groupon is (so far) not backing down. I guess they’re going to be the posterchild of `all publicity is good publicity` this time around.

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