Thursday, May 29, 2003

Photobloggers vs. Camgirls
via the Gothamist

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A Couple Makeovers
50 Bent - In Da Tub

Jewel as Kylie

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Wednesday, May 28, 2003

No way these pics haven't been computer manipulated

Just look at the position of her arm and her breast.

Pamela Anderson in Stuff.

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Thursday, May 22, 2003

Inside the Lair: pornano-publishing
Inside The Lair has been dedicated to providing the adult community, as well as the fans of adult film stars and directors, a new look at the adult industry. We do this by letting our readers have a firm understanding of the adult world through monthly opinion columns by experts in the field of adult entertainment. Through these columns, the reader can get an insight of not only the adult industry, but also an in-depth look at the columnists themselves. In the future, we look forward to continue to provide quality material to the adult community, as well as for the fans of adult entertainment.

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Tuesday, May 20, 2003

I'M no prude, but the bikini-waxing scene in "America's Next Top Model" had me wondering if the people who run UPN have lost their minds. It's an entire sequence in which 10 young women - all finalists in a competition to win a professional modeling contract - are each seen lying on their backs with legs spread and wearing the smallest possible undergarment. Then each of them either giggles, screams or moans while a white-coated attendant administers to her most private part. ("America's Next Top Model" Tonight at 9 on UPN/Ch. 9) [NYPOST.COM]

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Wednesday, May 14, 2003

You're A Bad Man, Aren't You?
Help the reverse cowgirl publish her collection of tawdry tales and you may just get your name in print.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2003

The Voice's Jessica Winter talks to Reefer Madness Author Eric Schlosser about the nation’s shadow economies. In his new book, Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market, Schlosser examines three disparate commodities—marijuana, strawberries, and pornography—to burrow deep into the nation’s subterranean economy, which racks up as much as $1 trillion in off-the-books transactions each year. Schlosser maps out the blurred boundaries and arbitrary distinctions between the black market and the free market, the underground and the mainstream.

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Manhattan private school girls tell all
Amy Sohn interviews two 14 year old Manhattan private school girls about parentally-administered sex ed: "Of course, there's an upside to all the parent-child communication. Two years ago, Cara's mom bought her Deal With It,'s growing-up guide for teen girls, and Nell and Cara learned how to masturbate. 'We did our research,' says Nell. But as for translating their self-knowledge into hookups with boys, they're not in any rush. 'I don't feel a guy would do a very good job on me,' says Nell. 'I'm much better off doing it myself. Besides, guys underestimate how horny girls are. They don't think a girl would ever want that.'"
Covering the bases [NY Mag] [via Gawker]

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Friday, May 09, 2003

Flavors of the Week: Reader Submissions
  • I understand the Hillary Duff thing. I've seen her music video and there was a big article on her in the WSJ. She's a very cute girl.

  • Have you seen the new J.Lo video? Its her homage to Flashdance. Mmmmmm....mmmmmm....

  • I want Jennifer Garner to tie me up and interrogate me.

  • She might be a complete _u_t but damn do I want to fcuk Paris Hilton.

  • I've read a couple of interviews recently with Monica Bellucci. She actually comes across as an intelligent and interesting person, honest, and she's that much sexier (if she could even be sexier) because of it.

  • Marisa Miller. Victoria's Secret Model. The Perfect California Blonde.

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Wednesday, May 07, 2003

Ashton & the Bush Twins Party On!
Ashton KUTCHER gets higjh with JENNA and BARBARA.

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Party Like A Porn Star...
If You Win Game Link's AVN Awards Contest

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Please Help Him

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Playboy announces its "lad mag" makeover:
Playboy's new editor James Kaminsky says he's got a magazine for you. After months of nips and tucks to stop the signs of aging at the 50-year-old publication, founded by sexual revolution icon Hugh Hefner, Playboy is fresh from its makeover. Kaminsky, 42, told Reuters he is ready to showcase a magazine that is similar in substance but different in style -- and put some of the clothes back on. With a new editorial staff, Kaminsky and Playboy magazine, owned by Playboy Enterprises Inc., are set to recapture the throne that Hefner, now 77, refuses to abdicate. The magazine lost ground on newsstands with the arrival in the late 90s of so-called "lad mags" like Maxim, Stuff and FHM. The new formula? More photos teamed with still strong journalism, more lifestyle, leisure and fashion and more pictorials of celebrities with perhaps a bit more clothes. "My goal is to take this great editorial package that has worked for 50 years and move it forward for a new generation, without losing the things that have worked so well to date," Kaminsky said in an interview. There is "a lot more color. It hits you, it's not subtle," McAlpine said about the revamped magazine. "The editorial content is still there. It may actually make the older reader feel younger. And that's a positive." ....Kaminsky was lured from Maxim in September to replace Arthur Kretchmer, Playboy's editorial boss for nearly four decades. But how do you resculpt the magazine without it appearing like it's in mid-life crisis? [Reuters]

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Tuesday, May 06, 2003

Wal-Mart Goes Conservative on Lad Magazines
Walmart has banned Maxin, Stuff, and FHM from it's stores after "listening to our customers and associates," said Melissa Berryhill, a spokeswoman for Wal-Mart. "I know we've heard on at least one of those magazines, they weren't pleased with the offering." [via Adrants]

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Thursday, May 01, 2003

Eyeglasses photo not very funny to fiancée... at first
Later that week, the photo was passed around among a few Leader-Telegram staffers. We tried to determine whether it was a joke photo, or if this couple had a mutual attraction based on poor eyesight. Leader-Telegram

I've been chuckling ever since reading this story about a guy who substituted a gag picture for his engagement photo. But like some goofy New Yorker cartoon, the photo suggests something unparsably poetic (I'm not sure what exactly) about courtship and marriage and shared visions. [via blogads]

Not that we should get any ideas from this, but it will probably have your fiancee think twice before letting you drop off the engagement photo. Thanks Nate.

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