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A sample of the Measure B documentary…

The New Normal - Women in Adult AEE Panel Video

jackystjames:

For anybody interested in learning a little about the varied female experience in the adult entertainment industry, this is a fantastic video. We cover everything from breaking new ground for women, to how to succeed in an ever-evolving business.

rememberaaronsw:

Our beloved brother, son, friend, and partner Aaron Swartz hanged himself on Friday in his Brooklyn apartment. We are in shock, and have not yet come to terms with his passing.

Aaron’s insatiable curiosity, creativity, and brilliance; his reflexive empathy and capacity for selfless, boundless…

A year ago, Los Angeles City Council conceded to AHF to create a city ordinance enforcing the use of condoms in porn, in order to keep the question off of ballots (and perhaps save money) in the June primary. Yet that wasn’t enough - AHF found a way to put the question on the ballot in the general election… this documentary will be an effort to examine what happened and why… perhaps the results will be useful to others who plan ballot initiatives in LA city or county, or to people who want to know how the adult entertainment industry plans to react - with court challenges or relocation. Maybe its just weird enough to be interesting  after all it made national news…

@Seksi with James Deen at AVN 2012

Please pledge your support on kickstarter - and hit me up if you can afford to help out with some interim funding to enable me to get to industry events while waiting for Kickstarter to pay out… if you can’t afford anything but want to see this project completed share this project with people in your network who might know someone who can help make it better…

Kickstarter: Why Was Measure B on the L.A. County Ballot in 2012?

The Incomparable Natasha Nice

jackystjames:

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Natasha Nice and Richie Calhoun in Love is a Dangerous Game

Nominated for Best Actress (two years in a row) at AVN, Natasha is worthy of all praise and then some.

One of my favorite people in the biz, and one of the most stand-up people you’ll ever meet - Natasha is my Unsung Starlet this year. More people need to be standing from the rooftops singing her praise. The girl is wicked smart with she gives one hell of a sex scene. I bow down to her awesomeness.

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Photo by: Jeff Koga

It would be good to meet her, maybe interview her for the TV documentary…

On Tuesday, September 25th from 9am PST to 10am PST, we are asking ALL adult video companies, their social media directors, producers, directors, talent, crew, assorted executive and management people and THE FANS of adult films to Tweet, ReTweet, post on their blogs or websites, link to or embed the following two NoToMeasureB clips for one hour between 9am PST and 10am PST. We ask that all normal and personal internet postings and tweets by all in the industry and fans alike be withheld for one hour with all  social media activity pointing to the two NoToMeasureB video clips. We ask all to tweet, post, share, retweet, Like, + , Pin these two video links ONLY during that hour.”

nowalmartinchinatown:

What a great showing! Here’s one of the many pictures that were taken yesterday. Take a look at that beautiful banner!

Most of the photos of the march are uploaded on our Facebook page.

We collected some articles from yesterday’s event in the case you couldn’t make it.

worldcoup:

let’s have a prayer circle for all the women out there

who have never read better porn than 50 shades of grey

For Los Angeles area plans see http://www.occupymay1st.org/

For Los Angeles area plans see http://www.occupymay1st.org/


May Day is a holiday for the 99%. It is a day for people to come together, across all those lines which too often divide us — race, class, gender, religion — and challenge the systems that create these divisions. When we come together, we recognize the common struggles we face and the common interests we have. With this collective power we can begin to build the world we want to see. Another world is possible! 
On May 1, 2012
Millions of people throughout the world — workers, students, immigrants, professionals, houseworkers — employed and unemployed alike — will take to the streets to unite in a General Strike against a system that does not work for us.Don’t go to work. Don’t go to school. Don’t shop. Take the streets!

May Day is a holiday for the 99%. It is a day for people to come together, across all those lines which too often divide us — race, class, gender, religion — and challenge the systems that create these divisions. When we come together, we recognize the common struggles we face and the common interests we have. With this collective power we can begin to build the world we want to see. Another world is possible!

On May 1, 2012

Millions of people throughout the world — workers, students, immigrants, professionals, houseworkers — employed and unemployed alike — will take to the streets to unite in a General Strike against a system that does not work for us.

Don’t go to work. Don’t go to school. Don’t shop. Take the streets!