Sex News: Occupy porn, Berlusconi convicted, Anna Paquin, Danny Wylde

by Violet Blue on June 24, 2013

  • Scottish campaigners are calling for internet service providers to filter pornographic content amid fears that police are not clamping down on so-called “rape porn”. Organisations and individuals working to eliminate violence against women say not enough is being done to tackle extreme pornography, which became illegal under Scots law in 2011.
    Campaigners: ‘We need more controls to back up Scottish anti-porn laws’ (Herald Scotland)
  • Silvio Berlusconi was handed a seven-year jail sentence on Monday for abuse of office and paying for sex with a minor, adding to the complications facing Italy’s fragile left-right government.
    Italy court convicts Berlusconi on sex charges (Reuters)
  • Porn star Danny Wylde writes about porn sex versus real sex, censorship and porn stars taking on responsibilities for the context of what they do and how it affects the way people learn about sex. “Are we arming the youth? Perhaps not explicitly. We’re not explicitly marketing porn to them either. But kids are interested in sex and they’re smart. They’re going to find porn because it’s there. My hope is that they’ll find the context too. And this is where I feel responsibility shifts to the individual.”
    Context — Boinkology 101 (Medium)
  • Gotta love Anna Paquin’s line about the difference between porn and True Blood: Anna Paquin announced on Jimmy Kimmel Live that her favorite tribute to her hit HBO series “True Blood” was New Sensation’s XXX Parody, “Tru,” despite admitting that she’s never seen it.
    Video: Anna Paquin Plugs ‘True Blood’ XXX Parody (XBIZ.com)


  • Katie Summers has filed a lawsuit against Buttman (John Stagliano) as well as his company, Evil Angel Productions, claiming Stagliano never disclosed he was HIV-positive before co-starring with her in sexual scenes. A rep from Evil Angel out the scene online to show that Stagliano and Summers did not engage in penetrative sex.
    Katie Summers sues John Stagliano over his HIV status (TMZ)
  • Celebrity sex tapes that ‘accidentally’ leak? Yeah, right. The people who really do have sex on camera for a living dish on why these tapes are stupid – but inevitable. (So, can you stop calling them “tapes” now?)
    This is What Actual Porn Stars Think of Celebrity Sex Tapes (Daily Beast)
  • I missed the release of this; porn short “Occupy” was shot by Shine so it should be excellent. “When an Occupy protester (Maggie Mayhem) dares to strike back at a brutal cop (Kathryn Dupri), the chase is on. Officer Dupri soon finds better uses for her baton, and Maggie’s neither passive nor resistant. But can a cop be trusted? Or is all fair in love and class war?”
    Occupied (Pink Label)

Main post photo: Eugena Washington by Josh Ryan for Treats! Magazine – sexier outtakes here.

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1 criolle johnny June 25, 2013 at 5:30 pm

“Sleep Deprived Men Over Perceive Women’s Sexual Interest”
Any sailor who has worked 60 hour weeks at sea AND stood 50 – 60 hours a week watch for two or three (or five or six) months non-stop can tell you about “Sleep Deprived”. Ninety to one hundred and ten hour weeks at sea are routine.
Any “ground-pounder”, Army or Marines can tell you about weeks of patrol with one or two hours of sleep per day (IF that).
The article on sleep deprivation might explain (NOT justify) the behavior of GI’s on liberty the past few … millenia.
Fatigue is a cumulative issue. It takes days, or even weeks to recover. One does NOT “catch up” with an eight hour night and go back to work the next day. The human body takes as long to recharge as it did to discharge and drain.
GI’s ARE human.

2 Farfetch June 25, 2013 at 11:59 am

Was nice to see a balanced view from the BBC on the anti-porn debate and whether it harms people -

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22987051

Quite rare to have an open and honest debate with some factual evidence backed up by studies to counter the hysteria from the anti-porn lobby

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