March 26th, 2008, I began my blog ‘Porn in the Valley’. Today marks my 10th Anniversary as a blogger activist. Check out the years and how far we’ve come. Thank you to all who’ve supported my work and been my witnesses. God bless you all!
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PART 2: The Luxury Companion: Dave’s Real Name is Dwight Cunningham? How does TLC avoid legal trouble? Sextrafficking, Extortion, Murder & More!
Alexandra aka Monica Foster provides some closing facts, commentary, rumors, perspectives & gossip in regards to the truth of exactly what The Luxury Companion is and who’s behind it. Shy Love has filed a police report in regards to death threats & extortion. Why are people out to get her?
Thanks to the reporting of Mike South of MikeSouth.com and Kelli Roberts of LukeIsBack.com – it appears that the owner of The Luxury Companion’s boyfriend/husband’s real name is Dwight Cunningham rather than Dave. Why porn news bloggers & reporters are reluctant to state Cunningham’s name remains a mystery.
Legendary multi-award winning ex-pornstar and ex-legal courtesan Diane aka Sunset Thomas TELLS ALL in this extensive and exclusive interview hosted by adult industry investigative blogger Alexandra aka Monica Foster.
This interview takes you on a detailed journey from Diane’s rise to fame as Sunset Thomas (a top-tier highly sought after pornstar), to her transition into the Nevada legal brothel system – a transition that forever changed the face of the Nevada legal brothel circuit and opened doors for multitudes of her porn industry peers.
Uploaded on Oct 18, 2015
Foxx Media Group & PITV October episode: A Survivor Speaks ‘For the Record.’ Survivor Story, Sex Trafficking, Cyberstalking, Cyberbully, organized crime, Los Angeles porn industry, pimps, pornography, whistleblower, targets, politics, Scientology, sex positive, body positive.
PITV: September’s Episode of ‘Connecting the Pervs’, Hosted by Editor of Foxx Media Group on Feminism and More…
Feminism, Planned Parenthood, 2016 Election, CNN GOP Debate, Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Donald Trump, Chris Christie, Amnesty International, prostitution, sex trafficking, pimps, johns, Ashley Madison hack, Josh Duggar, Entertainment, Kanye West, VMA Awards, 2020 election, nudity in Hollywood, commercial sexual exploitation, War Room, Straight Out of Compton.
EDITORIAL: It’s organ trafficking. They are aborting the poor and selling the parts to the rich. There is so much unethical practices going on here, these clinics and this NON-PROFIT should be shut down immediately!
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) July 21, 2015
Welcome to Liberal Feminism!
Congress will investigate Planned Parenthood’s abortion practices, U.S. House Speaker John Boehner announced today. The investigation comes in light of a shocking undercover video released yesterday by the Center for Medical Progress, showing Planned Parenthood Medical Director Dr. Deborah Nucatola casually munching on salad while describing how she strategically aborts children so their organs can be harvested.
Guest Host ‘One Bossy Broad’ talks about independence in America in 2015.
From BAFTA award-winning director Asif Kapadia (SENNA), AMY tells the incredible story of six-time Grammy-winner Amy Winehouse – in her own words.
Featuring extensive unseen archive footage and previously unheard tracks, this strikingly modern, moving and vital film shines a light on the world we live in, in a way that very few can.
A once-in-a-generation talent, Amy Winehouse was a musician that captured the world’s attention. A pure jazz artist in the most authentic sense – she wrote and sung from the heart using her musical gifts to analyse her own problems. The combination of her raw honesty and supreme talent resulted in some of the most unique and adored songs of the modern era.
Andres Cediel talks about his new documentary, “Rape on the Night Shift,” about the sexual abuse of immigrant women in the janitorial industry. It features firsthand accounts from female janitorial workers who say they have been sexually abused by their coworkers and supervisors in the malls where you shop, the banks where you do business, and the offices where you work, and tells the stories of the steep price many women in the janitorial industry pay to keep their jobs and provide for their families.
The Demanding Justice Project is a research and advocacy initiative designed to promote demand deterrence through increased attention and advocacy on demand enforcement. The research report documents the outcomes of federal and state arrests, charges and prosecutions of buyers of sex acts with children. The findings of this research will inform advocacy efforts to strengthen anti-demand legislation and enforcement.
Development of Anti-Demand Laws in United States
“I feel like art doesn’t have a purpose unless it is purposeful. I really use my art and my creativity to inspire other people, and to continue with my efforts in my activism.”
Rebecca Dharmapalan, 19, is not just a filmmaker. She’s a “changemaker” in her Oakland, California, community — someone who’s actively using her talent and her time to transform the world she lives in.
Two years ago, Dharmapalan and her friend, Zoë Simone Yi, made a short documentary entitled “International Boulevard” about child sex trafficking in Oakland. According to Mashable, about 80 percent of California’s reported human trafficking cases occur in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego, and the cases in Oakland are said to be on the rise.
In Hot Girls Wanted, two former journalists reveal the disturbing truth behind young women in the porn industry
The disturbing world of teen porn, in which thousands of 18- and 19-year-old girls have sex on camera for money, is exposed in a documentary premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
Hot Girls Wanted tells the true stories of a group of them, mostly naive small-town girls enticed by the promise of money and fame in the bright lights of Florida or California.
The reality is, of course, far less rosy: they typically last less than six months in the game, before either their parents find out, or the industry tires of them, constantly seeking “fresh meat”.
“It’s the Wild West,” director Jill Bauer told AFP after the movie was screened at the independent film showcase festival in the Utah mountain resort of Park City.
“Anyone can make a video. Any producer can go online and recruit a girl on [the small ads website] craigslist. You just need to prove that you’re 18 years old, but anybody can do it and its art, protected by the First Amendment, freedom of speech.”
Bauer, a former Miami Herald journalist, has already made a film on a similar theme: 2012’s Sexy Baby used a 12-year-old girl’s story to explore the growing sexualization of youth and popular culture via social media.
At first, she and co-director Ronna Gradus had planned their new film to focus on boys on college campuses who consume porn online – coincidentally, the subject of another film at Sundance, The Hunting Ground.
But as soon as they began investigating what those young men were watching, Bauer and Gradus discovered the world of girls just out of high school lining up to make money by having sex in videos posted on porn websites.
“We thought, this can’t be true, because if this was true it would have been reported before. So we really couldn’t believe it,” said Gradus, who previously worked with Bauer as a photographer at The Miami Herald.
The girls involved are typically working minimum wage jobs straight out of high school and see adverts like “Hot Girls Wanted” onas “a ticket to freedom, adventure and their dream of instant fame”.
“This really is a perfect storm … for these girls you take, say, 18-year-old, impulsive, and you mix it with (instant online) access and no decent sex education,” she said.
Bauer and Gradus hope the film will trigger a debate about possible changes in the law: either in labour laws, where appropriate, or possibly through forcing porn producers to get licences with strict rules.
The film is punctuated with startling onscreen facts about this type of porn, including that the websites involved garner an average of 41 million hits a month, more than many mainstream websites including CNN and.
Banner ads like “Latina Abuse” and “18 & Abused” pop up like on a computer screen, to a thumping soundtrack.
Perhaps the grimmest segment of the film concerns extreme videos: the most disturbing one focuses on so-called “facial abuse” – forced oral sex – which new girls find themselves drawn into doing, for the promise of extra pay.
“We couldn’t watch it, so our editor watched it for us and she made the choices,” said Bauer of one scene in particular, which was edited to avoid direct footage, but with accompanying sound.
Perhaps one small mercy in all of this is the fact that young girls typically last less than six months in the “industry.”
“There are two reasons for that,” said Bauer.
“One, their parents find out, or they get a boyfriend. Secondly it’s to do with the industry: the industry will not tolerate girls staying in for very long, because people demand to see new faces.”
Journal of Women’s Health: Fifty Shades Associated with Health Risks in Adolescent &Young Adult Females
From the front lines of the culture wars
LifeSite by Jonathon Van Maren Thu Jul 31, 2014 – 2:50 pm EST
To everyone who think 50 Shades is all sorts of awesome: Please, stop and THINK
It’s pretty depressing when you realize that, in 2014, many people seem to think that destruction of human dignity is a small price to pay for an orgasm.
I suppose when I write a column about a book that just sold its 100 millionth copy I shouldn’t be surprised when I get a bit of a kickback. But I have to say—I wasn’t expecting hundreds of commenters, many saying they were Christian, to come out loudly defending the porn novel 50 Shades of Grey, often tastelessly interspersed with details from their own sex lives.
People squawked that we “shouldn’t judge” those who practice bondage, domination, sadism and masochism (BDSM), and informed me that “no one gets hurt” and that it “isn’t abuse” and said that it was “just fantasy” (as if we have a separate brain and body for fantasy).
Meanwhile, not a single commenter addressed one of the main arguments I laid out—that with boys watching violent porn and girls being socialized to accept violence and torture inside of a sexual relationship, we have created a toxic situation in which people very much are being hurt.
In response to the defenders of this trash, let me make just a few points.
On part 2 of the special 2014 Porn News Holiday Wrap-Up (brought to you by PornInTheValley.com & PornNewsToday.com) ex-pornstar Alexandra fka Monica Foster is joined by special guest ex-pornstar Diana fka Desi Foxx to present the hottest porn industry and Hollywood entertainment industry news items mainstream media doesn’t want you to take notice of or remember.