Kulich, the rabble-rousing CEO of Monarchy Distribution, has a flair for exploiting current events for their marketing potential. (He recently offered Amanda Knox $20,000 to star in a porno.) This time, however, Kulich is using his talents to point out the glaring hypocrisy at the heart of the sex scandal—as well as to help promote his company. Bagley outed Belle for being a porn performer when he was such a fan of porn that he recognized Belle from her work. This raises the question: Why is it okay for a male student to be a fan of porn while it's shameful for a female student to perform in porn? Knox discussed the same discrepancy in an essay she penned for XOJane.com on Tuesday.
Kulich took his public criticism of Bagley a step further, offering the freshman $10,000 to perform in a Facial Abuse scene with the actress of his choice. Kulich even offered Bagley $1,000 for every inch that his dick exceeded four inches.
Below is Kulich's letter in full:
Hillsborough County Animal Services promptly seized eight large pit bills found on the property. Marsonek, who is already a convicted felon, was arrested on felony charges of aggravated animal cruelty, two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, as well a single count of sexual activity involving animals, a misdemeanor.
He was released Wednesday on a $17,500 bond.
In Playing the Whore, journalist Melissa Gira Grant turns these pieties on their head, arguing for an overhaul in the way we think about sex work. Based on ten years of writing and reporting on the sex trade, and grounded in her experience as an organizer, advocate, and former sex worker, Playing the Whore dismantles pervasive myths about sex work, criticizes both conditions within the sex industry and its criminalization, and argues that separating sex work from the “legitimate” economy only harms those who perform sexual labor. In Playing the Whore, sex workers’ demands, too long relegated to the margins, take center stage: sex work is work, and sex workers’ rights are human rights. @melissagira
Blumberg's body and mind are tuned to give her a long leg up in business and love. She used her background in porn, as well as her dual masters degrees and her Certified Public Accounting license, to start Adult Talent Management. Aside from building a profitable business, her goal was to represent women in a male-dominated field. Blumberg brought this same business savvy to her personal life. She eventually married the wealthy man of her dreams, whose mind and ambitions matched her own.
Using her porn pseudonym as a platform, Blumberg recently launched MoneyLoveSuccess.com. This site serves as a hub for her many writings on how to create success in the adult industry and in love. I recently had the chance to pick Blumberg's brain on the finer points of her three new books: How to Make Money in Adult Entertainment, How to Land a Rich Man, and How to Catch a Kitten.
When your half-sister Diamond Kitty was breaking into the adult industry, what advice did you give her that you didn’t give to other aspiring starlets?
-The 15th Annual Anatomy Awards by MrSkin.com celebrates the most notable moments of mainstream nudity of 2013: cltampa.com/sexandlove
-Kendall Jenner's nipples hit the runway: jezebel.com
-Taylor Momsen naked in band’s new music video: thefrisky.com
-Human Barbie starves herself to achieve doll-like proportions: jezebel.com
-Bring the 'pink' back to your vagina with 'My New Pink Button' genital colorant: nerve.com
-The evolution of black masculinity through fashion: vice.com
-Our brains reward us for looking at attractive people: livescience.com
-Rise of cosmetic surgery for the butt: jezebel.com
-Playboy's first short-haired Playmate in 15 years: Britt Linn: cltampa.com/bedpost