Footage which has angered nation shows actress regularly flashing her body at the camera as she visits iconic location Fuming Egyptian tourist bosses have launched an investigation after a porn star is said to have filmed a graphic movie while visiting the pyramids. The European star, wearing a yellow top and tight denim shorts, is seen to flash her breasts several times while on a coach trip to the destination which attracts millions of tourists each year. Facing the camera, the woman called Aurita complains about the views and having to pay $3 for an ornamental cat. During the footage, the actress is seen to complain several times about how ‘unfinished’ the pyramids look and that she does not want to return to the Sphynx for more filming. Even with tourists in the background, the actress continues to bare in the film that culminates with a graphic shoot. Egyptian authorities have been angered by the film, which features several iconic locations around Giza and Cairo, according to a report on Newstime Africa. YouTube Attraction: the woman with the pyramids in the background “A set of sexually explicit scenes was illegally filmed inside the Giza Necropolis by a foreign tourist while visiting the site,”Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damati said in a statement. Al-Damati said the incident had since been referred to prosecutors for investigation. When the footage came to light the authorities said it was fake and the scenes of Egypt had been edited in. VIEW GALLERY However, they have now backtracked coming in for criticism for failing to prevent the “scandalous” film. Egyptologist Bassam al-Shamaa said that entry into the area in which the tourist appears is prohibited. “Surveillance cameras aren’t enough to secure such important sites,” he told The Anadolu Agency. “A full security cordon must be installed to prevent such incidents – which demean Egyptian civilisation – from reoccurring,” “If camera records confirm the filming of this video, the antiquities minister and the relevant security personnel should resign.”
What Happened When Three Women Watched Porn For The First Time The first time can be so awkward — and hilarious. Women who have never watched porn view adult film classics like “Deep Throat” and “Debbie Does Dallas” in this BuzzFeed video. Their reactions range from amusement to disbelief — “that’s got to be fake.” The video cites a study indicating that just 8 percent of women have seen pornography online. But perhaps the other 92 percent should reconsider. According to a small social media survey of its followers by sex toy company Ann Summers, couples who watched X-rated films together said they felt more committed. And 85 percent of women said porn helped them escape. If sexual release is the goal, there’s more good news: Dr. Lauren Streicher, an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University and author of “Sex Rx: Hormones Health And Your Best Sex Ever,” says masturbation helps women sleep, de-stress and be more comfortable with their bodies.
When there comes a blizzard, New Jersey will milk the lizard. As snowstorm Juno rolled across the Northeast earlier this week, Web traffic on adult site PornHub increased more in New Jersey than in any other state in the area. The site’s data analytics team said in a blog post that Web traffic in New Jersey, which wasn’t actually hit that hard by the storm, shot up 26 percent higher than average on Tuesday, when many of the region’s residents were stuck indoors. Just as an aside, New Jersey wasn’t even hit that hard by the storm, Here are New Jersey’s impressive snow-day results, compared to nine other states: Following closely are Connecticut and New York, each with traffic increasing on the site by 20 percent or more. New Jersey really shows its dominance when traffic increases are examined across different devices. The state’s porn-viewers watched in higher percentages than usual via desktop, phone and tablet. While most states registered a dip in traffic around noon, likely to break for lunch or enjoy the idyllic snowfall with a bout of sledding or snowshoeing with friends, New Jersey actually saw a 50 percent traffic increase. Now that’s dedication.
Which is the smuttiest city in America? Is it bondage-friendly San Francisco? Las Vegas with its nearby legal Bunny Ranch brothel? Los Angeles for its “San Pornando” Valley? Nope, the porn-iest city in the U.S. is also tops on most kids’ must-see locales — Orlando, Fla. Home of Disney World, Orlando ranked in first place when Men’s Health looked at which local populations enjoyed the most adult entertainment. The magazine compiled stats on the amount of porn DVDs purchased, rented or streamed; number of adult entertainment stores; porn searches on Google; and Cinemax-subscribing households to rank 100 U.S. cities from “Love to Look: to “Avert Their Eyes.” And Orlando wasn’t the only Sunshine State destination to enjoy a high smutty ranking. Nearby Tampa came in at number eight and notoriously salacious Miami fell just outside of the top ten at number 12. If this were a study in simple porn activity — Miami would no doubt hover near the top of the charts. The Magic City has been slowly pushing out Los Angeles as ground zero for porn production. “Amateur” companies like Bang Bros and Reality Kings call the 305 home and adult films are even filmed on public land and onboard public buses.
Last month, I wrote a story lamenting the sorry lack of quality porn for women. I am now here to tell you… I was wrong. Very wrong. Shamefully wrong. And I’m not too proud to admit it. Within days of the post going up, I was inundated with emails and tweets gently telling me just how wrong I was, and from those who know best: women in the trenches of the adult film industry, working tirelessly to create good porn for other women like me. And just like that, my frustrated lament became an earnest education. In the mail, I received–much to the amusement of my partner–a box of porn DVDs. They were sent by Jacky St. James, one of those women on the frontlines of female-oriented adult film production. I immediately curled up on the couch to watch a rom-com sex romp called The Friend Zone. And, well… it was good. Like, really good. It had legitimate production values. The acting ranged from just fine to truly impressive. The script was funnier than most mainstream rom-coms in theaters today (Hollywood producers, take note). And… what’s this? Is that a sex scene involving people who actually seem to care about one another? Is that woman being respected as she’s being pleasured? Is that a condom I see? The experience was, in a word, a revelation, satisfying in every desired way. After The Friend Zone, I dove in to the erotica of FrolicMe, featuring gorgeously rendered shots of men and women in the throes of passion, including one video of a woman, bathed in warm lighting, pleasuring herself beside the window of her tranquil country home. Maybe I’m the only woman in the world who was unaware content of such quality actually existed. Maybe I’m the only one who had spent many a frustrated nights on Pornhub, marveling at how far removed from woman-friendly something labeled “woman-friendly” could be. But I’m going to guess I’m not alone; that other women, too, have clicked their way through a barrage of cheap, degrading, not-in-the-least-bit-arousing porn videos, feeling not only sexually unfulfilled, but frustrated by an industry’s unconscionable inability to respect the sexual desires of women–not to mention men interested in sex with emotional resonance and actual passion. It was an education I needed to share, so I reached out to four of the women who led me to this sexual awakening, and probed […]
Kelly Shibari, a big, beautiful woman, adult film actress, and sexual educator for gals of every size has the honor of being featured on Penthouse in all her rock and roll glory proving once and for all that beauty comes in all shapes, sizes, and ethnicities. The June issue hit the stands today everywhere Penthouse products are sold (Barns and Noble, 7-Eleven, etc). Yes, you read that correctly. The June issue is out at the end of April. Go figure! And it’s about time adult magazines give readers more than just the expected cookie-cutter centerfolds! I mean, who wants to stick to just one flavor ad nauseum when there are so many tasty choices to choose from? Even the cover is a departure from the usual boudoir chic showing Shibari looking as if she’s about to blow the roof off an arena at her own concert. “It’s not the picture I would’ve picked” laughs Shibari. “Penthouse – everyone is usually scantily clad – very much in lingerie, you know what I mean, bikinis and such, and the managing editor, Eric (Danville) was like ‘I want THAT photo to be on the cover’, and I was like, “Okay”. The photo is a reflection, according to Shibari, of Danville’s own rock and roll personality. It’s theatrical, commanding, and in-your-face. It’s also intriguing and inviting which will seduce and lure the curious and please those who revel in the fuller figure. “It’s a striking cover, and I’m very, very happy with it.” Kelly Shibari was not an unknown to Penthouse and Danville. She’s known some of the players for the past few years collaborating on projects and public relations. So when the decision by Penthouse was made to finally shake things up, Shibari was the first to come to mind. “They’ve profiled non-adult performers in the past, BDSM performers like my friend January Seraph for their main magazine, but they’ve never really touched on a lot of Alt or non-mainstream performers, and…I don’t know if it’s because I’m a little bit different. I’m older. So my take on adult entertainment is kinda steeped in – to the point, I used to watch in the 90s and the late 80s. The kind of porn I watched was for entertainment, kind of just fantasy-based storylines so it wasn’t meant to be a replacement for sex education. A lot of kids these days watch a lot […]