CHARLOTTE, NC—SocialKink.com, the social networking site for the fetish community, is livening up the month of October with two giveaways of high-quality fetish merchandise.
The first contest has the networking site teamed up with RubberDoll, latex fetish model and force behind RubberDoll.net and ShinySluts.com. SocialKink has recently published an interview with the popular performer; everyone who leaves a comment on the article, which is featured on the site’s front page, will be entered into a drawing—the winner of which will receive an autographed collection of RubberDoll DVDs, seven in total.
The second giveaway relies on Twitter, the micro-blogging platform. Users who retweet a phrase and include the hash tag “#socialkink” will be part of a drawing to win a coffin-shaped red-and-black paddle, courtesy of Stockroom.com.
“I’m very excited, both to be the new admin for SocialKink, and to work with RubberDoll on this great contest,” says Daphne Reeder, who recently joined the SocialKink team. “We can’t thank RubberDoll enough for her generosity in providing one of the prizes, and I’m definitely looking forward to more great contests like this one!”
The contests both run through the month of October, with winners scheduled to be announced on October 30, 2009.
For more information, visit SocialKink.com.
LOS ANGELES — Adult studio Pink Visual today announced that Brand Product Manager Kim Kysar will participate in the Lesbian X Rated panel discussion to be held Tuesday at the USC.
Presented by the USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the Lesbian X Rated panel will include Kysar, documentary filmmaker Michelle Johnson and Roxxie from CyberDyke.net.
Organizers describe the event as an “academic discussion about the gender complexities and sexual eroticism of females in pornography.” It will focus on the difference between lesbian pornography intended for a lesbian audience, and that created primarily for a straight male audience. Video reels depicting the different forms of lesbian pornography also will be screened.
“I’m really looking forward to taking part in this discussion and screening, meeting my esteemed fellow panelists, and interacting with what I’m sure will be a very engaged, enthusiastic audience,” Kysar said. “I’m sure there will be a bit of controversy along the way, as whenever you discuss pornography.
“Even in an open-minded, academic way, there’s bound to be some strong and contrasting opinions expressed. I’m anticipating a lively, substantive discussion, for sure.”
To commemorate the event, PinkVisual.com is offering a half-price discount on all its DVD titles through the end of October.
“The half-price promo gives those not able to attend the event an opportunity to see the lesbian porn we produce first-hand, and stimulate their own discussions … or stimulate something, at any rate,” Kysar said.
The Lesbian X Rated discussion will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday in room 101 of the Seeley G. Mudd building on the USC campus. Attendees must be 18 years or older to enter. The event is free to attend, and seating is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Tori Black has resisted the urge to get breast implants in order to further her career in the adult industry. It doesn’t seem like she needs them anyway, because this young beauty is one of the hottest stars in porn, small tits and all. She’s one of the most gorgeous girls in the biz and I for one salute her for keeping her natural breasts!
“Down for the Count”…HAHA I get it!!
Why is Dracula smiling? The Halloween costume titled “Down for the Count” rattled a North County mom so much she demanded it be removed from a local store along with several other adult costumes.
Like almost every mall at this time of year, Plaza Camino Real in Carlsbad has a temporary Halloween costume store. The shop called Halloween Adventure is set up near the mall’s kiddie carrousel.
Among the costumes offered in the store were a Dracula costume complete with inflatable doll attached to his crotch and the retired Hooters girls.
The costumes were being sold not far from aisles that carried a large selection of regular costumes for children and adults, according to the North County Times.
When a 9-year old Oceanside girl went into the store with her grandfather and asked him to explain why the vampire was so happy, the girl’s mother complained to store management right away.
“I don’t care what they want to carry or who their customers are, but you can’t even put that kind of stuff on TV,” Alyssa Schrom told the paper. ”I just thought they shouldn’t have put them right at eye level where the kids can see them.”
The company reacted immediately and removed the costumes, telling the paper that they never want to offend a customer. They explained however that they had tried to put a sign in the window of the store warning that children should be accompanied by an adult but that mall officials wouldn’t permit it.
Are you a college student? Does your student newspaper have a sex column? If so, your paper is part of a growing trend. I won’t give away how long ago I was in school, but let’s just say any of us who dared to write about sex for our student newspaper would’ve been fired from the student media organization. The Nation has a good article about the increasing popularity of student sex columns in college newspapers. An excerpt:
The attraction of a sex column is simple: most college students– honestly, most people past puberty, period–are either a) having sex; b) talking about having sex; or c) all of the above. Entertainment is usually a key reason behind the publication of sex columns, but the writing is not all about fun. These controversial pieces have proved battlegrounds for the rights of the student press and “appropriate” subjects for publication (ironically, only increasing their popularity and fueling the movement).
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