SUNSET THOMAS: Ex-Pornstar & Ex-Legal Courtesan TELLS ALL – Exclusive MonicaAtHome Interview

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.

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Congress will Investigate Planned Parenthood for Unethical, Illegal Organ Trafficking

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!

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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.

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GOING CLEAR: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

HBO DOCUMENTARY

Following the HBO documentary “Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God,” his investigation into sex abuse in the Catholic Church, Academy Award®-winning director Alex Gibney (HBO’s “Taxi to the Dark Side”) turns his gaze to Scientology in GOING CLEAR: SCIENTOLOGY AND THE PRISON OF BELIEF, based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright.

Gibney profiles eight former members of the Church of Scientology, whose most prominent adherents include A-list Hollywood celebrities, shining a light on how the church cultivates true believers, detailing their experiences and what they are willing to do in the name of religion.

This powerful new film highlights the Church’s origins, from its roots in the mind of founder L. Ron Hubbard to its rise in popularity in Hollywood and beyond. The heart of the film is a series of shocking revelations by former insiders, including high-ranking and recognizable members such as acclaimed screenwriter Paul Haggis (“Crash”), as they describe the systematic history of abuse and betrayal by Church officials, including the current leadership of the Church.

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DOCUMENTARY: BBC Panorama – ‘The Secrets of Scientology’

Uploaded on Jan 1, 2012

In 2007, while investigating the Church of Scientology for the BBC’s Panorama programme, reporter John Sweeney had a dramatic on-camera confrontation with a church spokesman named Tommy Davis. The church was accusing the reporter of bias and it attempted to stop the documentary from being broadcast – a campaign backed by Scientology A-lister John Travolta. Sweeney has returned to investigate the church again in this follow-up to the previous documentary “Scientology and Me”.

Journal of Women’s Health: Fifty Shades Associated with Health Risks in Adolescent &Young Adult Females

From the front lines of the culture wars

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.

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PITV WEBCAST: 2014 Porn and Entertainment News Holiday Wrap Up – Watch Now!


Published on Jan 4, 2015

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.

 

Meredith Vieira Tackled Topic of Domestic Violence by Sharing Personal Story

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KATIE COURIC: You’re Not Alone – Couples are Suffering From Porn Addiction – Time to Talk About It

1 in 4 adults admits to looking at pornography at work and 70% of access to online porn happens between 9 AM and 5 PM. But too much porn watching can cause major problems in relationships, which is exactly what happened to Craig Perra.

Related Article: Your Brain on Porn

 

REALITY CHECK: Jenna Jameson with Jim Norton & Sam Roberts on Kids, Tito Ortiz, Porn & More

 EDITORIAL: It’s very sad to watch. It’s like they’ve broken her so bad and everyone just acts like no big deal. Tomorrow, we’ll see a headline somewhere or a talk show host pimping pornography to teens and young women as a great career choice. Run ins with the law, DUIs and drug use. Foreclosed home. Does this sound like Jenna Jameson is on top of any World??

This is the reality of porn, folks. It don’t get no more real than this. This wasn’t just exhaustion you’re seeing. She may or may not being doing illegal drugs but she’s definitely wasted on something besides lack of sleep. We all know doctors hand out pills to celebrities like they are skittles. And celebrities think they’re not lying if they say they’re not on drugs as long as they have a prescription to get wasted!

This interview should’ve been stopped. NO ONE there protected her. It’s like they set her up to take a public fall. This interview just sealed her fate to not get her kids back anytime soon and maybe not even visitation at all. She left porn and now they’re getting their revenge on her as they do with all who refuse to pimp and promote them. You turn your back on Porn Valley and this is what they pay the media to do to ya to get you back. Yep!

She never got a chance to grow up and be a real woman. She never got to grow up and be a real mom. She keeps talking about boys instead of men and playing with her hair like a little girl. I see this and I think of how this is what Porn Valley wanted to do to my beautiful baby girl.They regress them back to puberty mentally and emotionally and then they keep them there so it’s easier to exploit them and pimp them to men as girls instead of women.

My daughter would come home from spending time with them and she’d act like a 12 year old. Literally. I’d have to get in her face and push her to come back. She’d get very angry at times but then the real her would finally come out. I know if I hadn’t been there to keep reminding her of who she really was, her mind would’ve been gone forever and she would’ve be gone forever too. Yep, she could’ve been just like Jenna Jameson. That’s who media had told her she wanted to be. Would YOU want YOUR DAUGHTER to be her now?? I sure didn’t!!

Thank you, God, for helping me save her and that she’s not. You know I need Your help big time now to save the rest of the daughters, Dear Lord. Please work inside the hearts of every single person who sees this video so that their eyes may be opened and their minds turned off porn forever. Let them understand the full weight of what happens to the teens and women who end up in Porn Valley. It’s time for the Truth to set us all free. Amen!!

Jenna, I so hope you get help. You deserve some real happiness. Get some help and give yourself some happiness with a normal guy and your kids. They are out there and you CAN do it. These guys were NOT your friends. They just hurt you. Stop letting these people hurt you. They will ALL exploit you.

Get help and find friends and a man who will treat you right. Please!!

Jenna Jameson’s Hollywood Hills mansion auctioned off for $1.8M after former adult star faces foreclosure

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Looks like Jenna Jameson might have to go house hunting in the near future.

The former adult film star and business mogul recently lost her Hollywood Hills mansion due to  defaulting on the her mortgage payments.

The house was auctioned off by her bank for $1.8 million, reports TMZ.

House that Jenna built: Former porn star Jenna Jameson was recently foreclosed upon when she ceased making payments on her Los Angeles home

House that Jenna built: Former porn star Jenna Jameson was recently foreclosed upon when she ceased making payments on her Los Angeles home

Home sweet home? Jenna Jameson recently lost her Hollywood Hills mansion to the bank

Home sweet home? Jenna Jameson recently lost her Hollywood Hills mansion to the bank

 

According to the website, Jameson was notified in February of her delinquent status and that the I Dream of Jenna star owed close to $57,000 in mortgage payments.

Jameson allegedly put the house on the market earlier this year at $1.9 million, but was unable to find a buyer.

After she was unable to move the house on the market, Jameson continued to default on her payments to the bank, reports TMZ.

Her bank then reportedly obtained a final judgement against her in June for the full amount of her mortgage to the tune of $2 million.

Finding home: The three-bedroom, 3,958-square-foot house was originally purchased by the for $2.7 million in 2006 Finding home: The three-bedroom, 3,958-square-foot house was originally purchased by the for $2.7 million in 2006

The three-bedroom, 3,958-square-foot house was originally purchased by 39-year-old Jameson for $2.7 million in 2006.

In 2008, after she began a relationship with Ultimate Fighting champion Tito Ortiz, it was reported the couple bought a $3.4 million, four bedroom, 3.5 bath mansion in Huntington Beach and moved in together.

During the time that the couple were living together in Orange County, Jameson rented out the Los Angeles mansion.

No takers: Jameson put the house on the market earlier this year at $1.9 million, but was unable to find a buyer

No takers: Jameson put the house on the market earlier this year at $1.9 million, but was unable to find a buyer

In recent years, the home allegedly sustained substantial water damage and Jameson opted to not fix the house, which she deemed not worth the expense. Soon after, she is said to have stopped paying the bank on her mortgage.

Jameson recently ran into trouble last April, when the former porn star was arrested for battery as she assaulted her assistant with a brass knuckle iPhone case.  

Jameson is no longer with Ortiz, the father of her twin boys Journey and Jess.

Under pressure: Jameson ceased making payments on the house due to water damage

Under pressure: Jameson ceased making payments on the house due to water damage

GRAPHIC: Porn On The Brain – Channel 4 Documentary

Experiment that convinced me online porn is the most pernicious threat facing children today: By ex-lads’ mag editor MARTIN DAUBNEY

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The moment I knew internet pornography had cast its dark shadow over the lives of millions of ordinary British teenagers will live with me for ever.

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US DEBATE IQ2: It’s Wrong To Pay For Sex – Hear What Pimps and Johns Really Think About Women

EDITORIAL: The team debating AGAINST (saying paying for sex is not wrong) insult all females throughout each of their presentations. This is a ‘must listen to’ because you need to hear what pimps and johns really think about the girls and women they buy, sell, use and abuse.

It’s a hardcore example of the many out there working hard to legalize prostitution so they can buy and sell your daughters like meat.They each take a turn talking about victims and trying to separate those victims from normal, healthy sex workers. Then they go on to describe the exact situations that create victims. There is no such thing as a normal, healthy sex worker. I’ve met hundreds. Not one!!

As for the FOR team (saying it’s wrong to pay for sex), they talk straight TRUTH. Great facts and points made that aren’t being addressed but you need to know. Check it out to learn more about legalizing prostitution and the sex trafficking it really is!

This debate is further proof that when people are educated with the real truth and facts, they choose right from wrong every time . Why isn’t our system reflecting those choices as norm instead of promoting prostitution as a glamorous career choice??

Because they’re profiting from the pimping of America’s daughters, that’s why!!

 

Intelligence Squared US – Rosenkranz Foundation
590 Madison Avenue, 30 Floor
New York, NY 10022

DATE 4/22/09

IT’S WRONG TO PAY FOR SEX

Moderator: John Donvan

For the motion (Believes Paying for Sex is Wrong):
Melissa Farley, Catharine A. MacKinnon, Wendy Shalit

Against the motion (Believes Paying for Sex is NOT Wrong):
Sydney Biddle Barrows, Tyler Cowen, Lionel Tiger

RESULTS

Before the debate:

For the motion: 20%
Against the motion: 50%
Undecided: 30%

After the debate:

For the motion: 45%
Against the motion: 46%
Undecided: 9%

VOTE RESULTS BROKEN DOWN BY GENDER

FEMALE AUDIENCE MEMBERS

Before the debate:

For the motion: 25%
Against the motion: 41%
Undecided: 34%

After the debate:

For the motion: 58%
Against the motion: 34%
Undecided: 8%

MALE AUDIENCE MEMBERS

Before the debate:

For the motion: 13%
Against the motion: 61%
After the debate:

For the motion: 27%
Against the motion: 66%
Undecided: 7%

‘I’m Tired of Hiding’: Revenge-Porn Victim Speaks Out Over Her Abuse

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NY Daily News – Holly Jacobs, 29, who legally changed her name from Holli Thometz following years of online abuse, is finally speaking out over her ordeal. She alleges her ex-boyfriend posted intimate pictures of her on the web.

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Speaking out: Holly Jacobs, 29, is speaking out about her years of abuse online from “revenge porn”; she alleges that an ex-boyfriend posted intimate pictures of her on the internet without her consent.

Holly Jacobs

Speaking out: Holly Jacobs, 29, is speaking out about her years of abuse online from “revenge porn”; she alleges that an ex-boyfriend posted intimate pictures of her on the internet without her consent

Once a victim of an online tormentor, Holly Jacobs is now speaking out over her ordeal, saying she is “tired of hiding.”

The 29-year-old Florida PhD student was horrified to see nude images of her popping up on the internet following a breakup with her ex, Ryan Seay.

After years of shame and struggle, the Miami-Dade resident has spoken out about her ordeal to the New York Observer’s BetaBeat blog, saying that she has dropped her first tainted identity and is moving on with her life.

Jacobs, whose birth name was Holli Thometz, began dating Seay in 2006. During their relationship, she sent him intimate photos and videos.

RELATED: WEBSITE SUED AFTER X-RATED PICS POSTED WITHOUT WOMEN’S KNOWLEDGE

“We shared photos to keep the intimacy alive,” she told the Miami New Times. “I completely trusted him with this material.”

She alleges that after their breakup some years later, Seay violently betrayed her trust by distributing nude photos and video of her around the web – without her consent.

The practice, known as “revenge porn,” has become hugely problematic in the past few years, as legislation to protect victims for the most part does not exist.

Only one state — New Jersey — has a revenge porn law. The ruling was passed following the bullying and subsequent suicide of Rutgers student Tyler Clemente, who jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge after his roommate posted inappropriate video of him and another man.

RELATED: INTERNET BEING ‘NUKED’ BY MASSIVE ONGOING CYBER-ATTACK: EXPERTS

Taking action: Jacobs has since created endrevengeporn.com, a site for victims to speak out to try to change the laws, which have not kept up with the alarming number of cases.

Holly Jacobs

Taking action: Jacobs has since created endrevengeporn.com, a site for victims to speak out to try to change the laws, which have not kept up with the alarming number of cases.

The images of Jacobs went viral, and every attempt to remove them proved futile, as dozens of sites would pick up a photo or video just after she had scrubbed another site clean.

“I worked like a dog trying to get all of (the pictures) down,” she told the blog.

Jacobs says that a particular video was uploaded with the title “Masturbation 201 by Professor Holli Thometz” to cast a wider net of potential viewers — Jacobs had been a teaching assistant at a Florida university at the time, and the X-rated clip might pop up when a student searched for her name.

After a friend alerted her around 2009 that her Facebook page had been compromised, Jacobs felt betrayed. She told BetaBeat that the only person with access to her Facebook password was Seay, and the only person to whom she sent intimate photographs.

RELATED: INSIDE THE MINDS OF REVENGE PORN CURATORS

Realizing that there would be no relief until her name was not tied to the explicit images and video, Jacobs legally changed her name.

She also filed a lawsuit last month against her ex — the first person in Florida to do so — alleging that he distributed revenge pornography, resulting in her invasion of privacy.

Jacobs has also created a site, endrevengeporn.com, where she encourages victims to speak out and help change legislation on the crime.

She wrote in a letter to legislators that the issue that she has been campaigning because there are no laws in Florida to protect those subjected to the crime.

“On behalf of all revenge-porn victims,” she writes, “I beg you, please give consideration to this issue and the bills that look to criminalize this act.

“Revenge porn is a worldwide issue and everyone is looking to Florida to do the right thing.”

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Gloria Steinem Challenges BBC Presenter on Violence Against Women – “Feminism Needed More Than Ever Before”

Women Under Siege Project – By Lauren Wolfe/Director — March 7, 2013

On Tuesday, Gloria Steinem, who originated WMC’s Women Under Siege, spoke to BBC “Hardtalk” presenter Stephen Sackur about the women’s movement. But I wanted to do more than point you to the video (which you can watch here) and highlight something I found particularly interesting about their chat.

Below is the full transcript of the segment, which starts out with a simple question of relevance—with all of Steinem’s experience, where does she see the movement now? However, as you’ll read, the back and forth devolves quite quickly, with Sackur interrupting in seeming disbelief when Steinem suggests that feminism is more urgently needed than ever before because of what we’ve learned about violence against women and war.

When she explains her thinking (and ours) that “the root of democracy outside the home is democracy inside the home,” Sackur interjects, arguing that most women in what he terms the “Western, developed” world would say they “have democracy in the home.”

Steinem in a screenshot of her BBC interview with Sackur.

I’ll leave it to Steinem to answer this assertion in her own, powerful words, but first I want to show you why what she’s saying about the home vs. the public realm is essential to figuring out how to stop the horrifyingly high rates of sexualized violence against women—and its attending victim-blaming and shaming—in conflict and in public spaces around the world. It is a concept emphasized by Valerie Hudson, a professor of government at Texas A&M University:

“The template for living with other human beings who are different from us is forged within every society by the character of male-female relations,” Hudson writes in Foreign Policy. “In countries where males rule the home through violence, male-dominant hierarchies rule the state through violence.”

When nearly a third of men surveyed in the Democratic Republic of Congo—the so-called “rape capital of the world”—tell researchers that women “sometimes want to be raped and that when a woman is raped she may enjoy it,” we might want to consider this concept carefully.

When 17 senior cops across India are caught on camera “blaming everything from fashionable or revealing clothes to having boyfriends to visiting pubs to consuming alcohol to working alongside men as the main reasons for instances of rape” in a country that recently witnessed the public Boschian rape and murder of a young woman, we may want to take a close look at what is going on beneath the surface.

When a husband in Burma chastises his wife, newly raped by a soldier and returned home: “Prostitute! If you want to sell sex, we will build you a small hut in the jungle. You can sell sex there,” and her own children say to her: “Whore, you are not our mother, don’t come see us anymore,” we really, probably should pay attention to what Steinem, one of the world’s great thinkers on the struggles of women for safety and equality, is saying.

This morning, I was talking about this concept of democracy in the home vs. in the street with my friend, writer Soraya Chemaly. She emphasized that we spend way too much time ignoring commonplace gender inequality—that most of us don’t even see it, as if misogyny is the white background noise of our existence, that is, until something like the evisceration of the Dehli gang-rape briefly breaks through the unheard, continuous hum.

“What is processed in everyday life at the household level emerges as structure in society,” Chemaly explained. “We don’t think of them as inequities because they are invisible: traditionally, culturally sanctioned ways of organizing and behaving.”

Now, here’s what Steinem said to Sackur:

Stephen Sackur: Does the feminist cause feel as urgent to you today as when you rose to international prominence in the late ’60s, early ’70s?

Gloria Steinem: More. Because when we began, we were talking more about personal injustices, about domestic violence, about things that were within our ken, and now we’ve come to understand through length of work and also through international studies that the single most important factor in whether a country is violent within itself or willing to use violence against other countries, is violence against females. Because that normalizes—it’s the earliest, it’s the biggest…it’s not that female life is worth more than male life, it’s not, but that subject-object, conquered-conqueror kind of paradigm in varying degrees normalizes it everywhere else. And that now has been proved in depth. So in a way we’ve gone deeper now and seen how much more important it is.

[Click here for a story by Chemaly that explains more about the relationship between gender imbalance and propensity to engage in war.]

SS: So are you saying that the priorities of the women’s movement, if I can loosely call it that, have fundamentally changed, away from the sort of nuts and bolts sort of equal-pay-for-equal-work and, and, control of fertility, to something that is perhaps less tangible?

GS: No, no, no, what I’m saying is that the root of democracy outside the home is democracy inside the home, so it’s even more important. The root of violence elsewhere is the normalization of violence in an intimate way in the home.

SS: Sorry to interrupt, but when you put it like that it just makes me wonder whether most women these days in Western, developed societies would feel the same way that you do. Because when you talk about the importance of democracy in the home, wouldn’t most women in the developed world today feel that—

GS: No. Of course not.

SS: —they have democracy in the home.

GS: Of course not. Are you kidding? Do men raise children as much as women? No.

SS: But do women feel oppressed today in the way that they did in the ’60s and ’70s?

GS: Yes, more so because now, for instance, when we started we didn’t have a word for “domestic violence.” It was just called “life.” People would constantly say, “Why didn’t she leave?” “What did she do?” Now we understand that domestic violence is original violence.

And, for instance, in my country, there are…if you count up all the people who were killed in 9/11, plus Americans who were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, and you count up all the women who were murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in the same amount of time, more women were murdered by their husbands and boyfriends than were killed in those three events.

To read more about Steinem’s thoughts on the normalization of violence in the world, take a look at this Q&A we did in 2012.

Dr. Judith Reisman: Porn, Addiction, and the Impact on Youth, Women and Families

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Uploaded on May 27, 2011

Judith A. Reisman (pron.: /ˈrsmən/; born April 11, 1935) is a controversial American conservative writer best known for her criticism and condemnation of the work and legacy of Alfred Kinsey. She is noted as “the founder of the modern anti-Kinsey movement.”[1] Her commentary is currently featured by WorldNetDaily and Salvo (magazine).[2][3]

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