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10 Celebrities Who Got Their Big Breaks In Porn

10 Celebrities Who Got Their Big Breaks In Porn

Here’s a bit of advice: If you want to be an actor, actress, singer, accountant, dog walker, whatever — take whatever work you can find unless it’s porn.

Look, if you want to do porn, that’s fine. Go do some porn, have fun. If that’s the life you want to live, or if you need the money, whatever, it’s your life. There’s no judgment here. Maybe you enjoy acting in porn movies or just really love having sex. That’s cool, do porn if doing porn is what you want to do. Just don’t expect to do porn until something better comes along. That pretty much doesn’t happen. The majority of porn actors that try to break out of porn never really succeed. They may find a role or two that they don’t have to hide from their parents, but typically they never break free from the porn star stigma. However, there are a few examples that contradict this whole argument. Read more on Your Tango…

Funny Girl Sex Guide: 3 Things Turning Me On Right Now

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At nearly 35 years old, with about that many notches in my belt, you would think I’d have all my sexual interests figured out by now. But I’m actually happy to report that my ongoing sexual journey continues to be one of discovery, especially in the way of turn-ons. With that in mind, here’s the first in what I hope will be a semi-regular installment of Funny Girl Sex Guide, The Three Things Turning Me On Right Now.

California Bill To Expand Porn’s Condom Usage Dies In Committee

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  • A bill to increase pressure on the porn industry to comply with an existing law requiring adult performers to wear condoms during sex scenes filmed in Los Angeles County has died in committee. The new bill would have required HIV testing and expanded the law’s reach to all counties in California, as many XXX film sets have left LA County to skirt the rules. [LA Daily News]
  • Columbia University announced a new sexual assault policy today, but is receiving criticism from student activists for apparently avoiding their inclusion in developing it. [Huffington Post]
  • A startup scrapped a contest after they got backlash for offering a free smartphone to women who could get 50 “likes” after they uploaded pictures of themselves with the company logo written on their body. [The Verge] Keep reading »

Woman Films Porn Inside Church, Gets Caught When Man Recognizes Her Boobs

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As if you needed another reason not to film porn in God’s house: a woman in Austria got caught having filmed XXX video inside a Catholic church because someone recognized her boobs. An Austrian man warned his local priest that he had recognized the inside of a Hoersching church “while surfing the Internet” (uh huh). In the video, the woman carresses her boobs while holding a Bible and a rosary. The media then posted stills from the videos — hey, things are more liberal in Europe — and a tipster actually got in touch with police to say he recognized her boobs. The culprit turned out to be a 24-year-old Polish woman who posts porn videos online under the name “Babsi.” She has given a “full confession” to police and the church has decided they do not need to go ahead with a reconsecration. At least “Babsi” has some pretty memorable boobs to take away the sting of her charges of offending religious feeling and desecration of a church. [Austrian Times; Huffington Post][Image of church via Shutterstock]

Mommie Dearest: Parents Need To Get Real About Sex Ed

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Once upon a time, I was a high school social studies teacher. One of my favorite classes to teach was a college lecture-style current events course. I co-taught it with a handful of my colleagues and we gathered every morning in the school’s auditorium with the entire senior class. Since it was so convenient, administration occasionally used this time for other events like assemblies, graduation information, and the mandatory sex-education requirement for 12th graders. This requirement was fulfilled over the course of two days, where a sexual health educator from Planned Parenthood would come and lecture for two class sessions on contraception and STDs.

Ninety minutes. Ninety minutes over the course of an entire year. That is how long was devoted to teaching over 500 teenagers the ins and out of safe sex and sexuality. So it never failed to surprise me that, like clockwork, I would have students come up to me after the safe-sex presentation and ask me all sorts of questions. This is absolutely not to dismiss the wonderful educator from Planned Parenthood; she knew her stuff and was a pro at disseminating the information to teens. She never faltered, used to the outbursts, titters, and hand gestures routinely made … especially as she demonstrated the proper way to put on a condom. Keep reading »

True Story: I Tried No-Fap And It Sucked (For Me)

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True Story: I Tried No-Fap And It Sucked (For Me)

This month, Tim Ferriss of The 4-Hour Work Week and a bunch of his dude readers are going without booze and masturbation in order to up their testosterone levels and be, um, greater in general, I guess. I don’t currently possess the aversion to Tim Ferriss as a human being that the incredibly witty Samantha Allen does (my attitude is somewhere along the lines of “Who? Oh yeah, him”), but I am, at least, very skeptical about this no-masturbation-as-leveling-up thing.

No-masturbation challenges abound on the internet, not least of all in /r/NoFap, where I originally came across the concept. Their no-masturbation argument goes something like Ferriss’s spiel: If you quit jacking off, you’ll be more productive, your testosterone levels will increase and your interpersonal relationships will improve (they’re fuzzy on what that means). The no-fap pitch tends to be heavy on the science, but it’s not great science — even Your Brain On Porn, on which NoFap relies for a lot of its information, has noted that masturbation does not cause a decrease in testosterone levels, and although doctors agree that orgasms from sex and orgasms from masturbation are different and there are risks to compulsive masturbation, they have more to do with chafing and addiction than endocrine levels. Keep reading »

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