Monthly Archives: February 2010

Calling all singing porn stars!

If you ever dreamt about singing in an adult movie (well, who hasn’t?), now is your chance!

Hustler Video is making an adult parody of Glee and is looking for singing porn stars. If you happen to be California on Tuesday, March 9 or Wednesday, March 10 you can pop along and audition.

Here’s the full press release:

CALLING ALL SINGING PORN STARS!!
HUSTLER VIDEO ANNOUNCES CASTING CALL FOR “THIS AIN’T GLEE XXX” PARODY

You’ve impressed us with your expert oral skills so far…but can you sing?!

“This Ain’t” like porn star karaoke, folks! Hustler Video is casting for This Ain’t Glee XXX, the latest XXX video in its “This Ain’t” parody series.

For this upcoming blockbuster parody/musical feature, casting agents are seeking adult performers who have a background in vocal performance or who possess excellent (and genuine!) singing abilities.

Hustler Video will hold open casting calls at LFP Studios for all interested porn stars who sing on Tuesday, March 9 and Wednesday, March 10. Please arrive at 10:30 am.

To audition for This Ain’t Glee XXX, please prepare a rock ’n’ roll song that will be sung a cappella for the director, the producers and the talent coordinator.

Auditions will be held on a first-come, first-served basis, starting promptly at 10:30 am.

For additional information, please contact Drew Rosenfeld, Creative Director, at drosenfeld@lfp.com or Jennifer Larsen, Talent Coordinator, at talent@lfp.com.

LFP Studios is located at 20932 Osborne St., Canoga Park, CA 91304.

Leviathan Science Cabaret: Can Science Predict Love?

Is love all just hormones? Perhaps its a culturally induced self-delusion?

Next Friday, Leviathan (the people who brought you the Political Cabaret) are asking and trying to answer these questions. In a moment of self-deluded self-confidence I agreed to take part (public speaking, scary!). It should be a fun and informative evening though. You can read all about it here.

Quarter of British women don’t have sex!

Yikes! According to a poll done by Sky Real Lives, 25% of UK women over 35 years old never have sex. The figure rises to 38% in Scotland. The same poll also found that almost all women suffer from violent mood swings during their period. I wonder how exactly these two findings are related…

You can read the full story here.

According to Toby Young (author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People) this is because men have become so feminized that they are not really men any more. Interesting, but I ain’t buying it. Read his take here.

50% of women blame rape victim

Here’s a rather shocking report from across the water.

Haven, a sexual assault clinic, commissioned a survey of 1000 people of both sexes and found that half of women prefer to blame the victim of a sexual assault. While I agree that it is necessary to act in a responsible manner when out and about, it is shocking that in this day and age so many people have such a poor understanding of what sexual assault is.

Just as worrying, one in three men don’t think it’s rape if they make their partners have sex when they don’t want to.

Read the full story here.

Eat Your Way to Better Sex

I’m a girl who is fond of her food, so it’s good to know that eating well can actually improve your sex life.

Unfortunately food isn’t an aphrodisiac and there isn’t anything you can feed your partner that will get him or her in the mood straight away, but a smart diet is good for more than just your waistline. But, according to Health.com there are seven foods which really do improve sexual function and libido. These are avocado; almonds, strawberries; seafood; rocket (arugula); figs; and citrus fruit. All tasty! And strangely enough, five of these feature quite prominently in my diet…

Read the whole story here – I’d type it up but I’m off to get some figs…

Would you sell your virginity?

Ah yes, another year and yet another story about a college girl auctioning off her virginity to pay for university. The latest one is a Kiwi known only as Unigirl who accepted an offer of over NZD45,000 (around 22,000 euro) for hers, which is a paltry sum compared to Natalie Dylan, an American who picked up a cool USD3.8 million for hers.

The whole cash for hymen thing makes me feel a little queasy. Prostitution, it is said, is the oldest profession, and there are plenty of women who swap sex for financial gain in relationships or marriage. But I thought feminism was supposed to free women from this – firstly by allowing us to go to college and have careers and by stressing the importance of female pleasure in sex. Selling your virginity seems a step backwards to a murkier period when the only commodity of value a woman had was her body and where female virginity was prized.

What’s more, you never forget your first sexual experience. While mine may not have been ‘perfect’ in any way, shape or form, at least I can look back on it and smile. Natalie Dylan and Unigirl, well, I very much doubt they’ll be able to do that. And I can’t help but wonder (getting all Carrie Bradshaw here) how the fact that their first sexual experience was a commercial transaction will affect their ability to enjoy sex and to connect with another person on an intimate level.

Or perhaps I’m just jealous! Hmmm… I wonder if I missed a trick (no pun intended) back when I was at university. When I wasn’t at class, I slaved away in a crappy office, little realising I was sitting, quite literally, on a goldmine. Oh well…

Would you use the ex’s sex toys?

Oh how I laughed when I read this… Bossy is an Aussie agony aunt (alliteration!) who tells it like it is. Here she answers a man who can’t understand why his new girlfriend is not keen on using his ex’s sex toys, despite the fact that he washed them! Read the full story here. The comments are pretty funny.

Yeuch! There is no way in hell I’d ever use another woman’s vibrator. It’d be like wearing a stranger’s underwear, but worse…

Sharing sex toys is not a good idea in general. Even if you clean them, you can spread STIs that way. If you do, you have to use a condom over the toy. Even still I’d be a bit iffy about it…