Cherry, a film co-written by porn performer Lorelei Lee and former sex worker Stephen Elliot, premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival last week.
Tracy Clark-Flory of Salon.com spoke with Lux Alptraum, the new CEO of porn blog Fleshbot. Alptraum took over the site a few weeks ago when it split from Gawker Media.
Though it doesn’t start off on a very promising note (“with so many ways to make extra money, no woman should have to resort to taking off her clothes”), this article from Redbook on mothers who strip is ultimately not as judgmental as one might expect. It’s for that precise reason that a Fox News blogger flipped out over it.
Perhaps inspired by the prostitution-free zones of Washington, D.C.., Tampa police have established a “Prostitution Enforcement Zone,” an area of the city that bans anyone with a felony prostitution record.
Jillian Lauren, author of Some Girls: My Life in a Harem, talked to Salon.com about her decision to write a memoir.
In Vice magazine, porn star Kimberly Kane criticizes the new Los Angeles city ordinance requiring condoms to be used in porn.
A Los Angeles marijuana dispensary owner is trying to discourage a porn shop from opening in the same strip mall, out of concern for what he believes will be an increase in neighborhood crime.
The operators of PornVisit.com were ordered to pay $4 million to another porn company for copyright infringement.
A mass arranged marriage of 15 Indian prostitutes is scheduled for March 11 in the village of Wadia in Gujarat.
Digital radio station Jazz FM apologized to listeners after inadvertently airing a few minutes of what sounded like the audio recording of a gay porn film. Oops!