The Week in Links: June 1

by suzyhooker on June 1, 2012 · 0 comments

in The Week in Links

Former president Bill Clinton and porn stars Brooklyn Lee and Tasha Reign pose for a photo at a recent Monte Carlo charity gala

Australia celebrated its first-ever Festival of Sex Work this week.

You’re more likely to catch computer viruses perusing “religious and ideological sites” than porn sites, according to the makers of Norton AntiVirus software.

Kate Middleton’s hot cousin is giving up her office job to pursue a burlesque career.

Jenna Jameson can’t seem to stay out of legal trouble.

Officials at the Los Angeles Coliseum, where USC plays football, claim to have just recently discovered that their facilities were used for 2001 porn shoot, which featured a football-player-on-cheerleader gangbang.

It’s a stripper’s fault that ex-child actor Jerry Supiran is broke and homeless. Isn’t everything a stripper’s fault, somehow?

Illinois lawmakers approved a statewide strip club tax which is now awaiting approval from Governor Pat Quinn. The $3-per-patron tax will support rape crisis centers.

A judge has ordered two motels in East Oakland to close for one year due to their recent history of prostitution arrests.

A New York Daily News writer advocates for legalizing prostitution.

Actress Ziyi Zhang (of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) is not a prostitute, for real.


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