Montana Fishburne's birthday present to her dad just keeps getting seedier. Now we've learned, via The National Enquirer, that 19-year-old Montana, who revealed July 30 that she would be appearing in a hardcore film from Vivid Entertainment, was arrested last year for prostitution and that taking money for sex violates the terms of her parole.
So who had August 2010 in the Tila Tequila Does Porn pool? Please stand up and collect your soiled fistful of singles. Yes, the raggedy princess of MySpace, who's kept a relatively low profile since the sad passing of her "wifey" Casey Johnson last winter, has now announced that her next career move will be hardcore smut.
Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett's first wedding anniversary is next month, but the fledgling marriage might be in trouble because of Kendra's alleged sex tapes. Life & Style reports that Hank is angry, embarrassed and jealous, and that Kendra is worried the tapes that show intimate moments with her high school boyfriend will be released publicly.
Would you want your partner to know what you communicate to others via text, email, phone calls, etc? What about your internet habits? Are your actions in line with your values and commitment? What about your partner; would he/she be comfortable sharing his cyber habits with you? Is MySpace YourSpace?
Love Bytes: 10 must-click love and relationship links. Plus, Mindy McCready has a sex tape, strippers give advice on love making, and how video games define sexiness.
Yesterday, the Daily Mail reported that sex for women over the age of 35 is rapidly declining — or, at least, people are more willing to admit to declining sex in their relationships than they used to be. Today, the same paper is suggesting this trend could be blamed on men's increased preference for Internet pornography over sex.
When considering the hype over a possible glimpse of his nothern-lights-nether-regions in Playgirl, nobody says it better than Bonnie Fuller at her newly re-launched HollywoodLife.com: "What the fig, Levi?" Agreed! What a let down and what a tease! As previously reported on CelebLove, the whole world was expecting some full-frontal from Levi Johnston. In fact, the nineteen-year-old was crowned "biggest pop-culture-turned-sex star" at the Fleshbot Awards last week; and you'd have to think, for that honor, an assumption of full-frontal was implied.
My computer is ruining my relationship...Do I get rid of that or my boyfriend?
The New York Times is lamenting the lack of film making in today's porn. Evidently, contemporary skin movies lack things like plot, dialogue and acting that made classics like Debbie Does Dallas, well, classics. It's all business these days. And who's to blame? Is it free, amateur porn? Is it the national attention span? Or do blockbuster movies bear some of the blame?
We hear about relationships torn apart by internet porn addiction, but where are the support groups for smut-lovers like me, who suddenly and inexplicably get turned off by porn when they fall in love? Before I met my boyfriend, I was visiting youporn.com about a half an hour a day, hunting through dozens of clips to find the one most perfectly calibrated to turn me on. After I met my boyfriend, my visits to the site dropped off in equal proportion to how much I was getting off with a flesh-and-blood human being.
It's been a rough week out there. From three well-known celebs passing on, Iranian protests and North Korean threats, if you've spent any time consuming the news, you need a break. Luckily, YourTango is here to help. From being honest to pornography, from growing old to what women want, YourTango is here to take you mind off the world. So sit back and relax. Here's this week's best from YourTango.
There's a theory that a guy's porn collection has more to say about his personality than you might think. Porn taste, per an article from our friends at Lemondrop, may be more about other aspects of his (or her, possibly) sexuality than just a fetish. Seems plausible.
Newsweek had an interesting article today that actually touted the health benefits of married men viewing porn. The article asked the (not often) debated question: what's the best fix for low testosterone: good, old-fashioned Jenna Jameson or the pharmaceutical industry? After all, neither are blameless diet-exercise-and-get-plenty-of-sleep solutions; it's pretty easy to judge weird drugs on the market and strange women on your living room T.V. a quick-fix called AndroGel has been on the market for the past decade, causing men who've lost that loving feeling to sign up in droves and attempt to reclaim lost hormones by slathering this foam-like stuff all over their bodies. AndroGel is supposed to turn them from a grouchy, sexless Homer Simpson-type character and into a cheery George Clooney of sorts ("improvement in energy, sexual desire, sexual function, and mood within 1 month" says the website).