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Ira Isaacs Seeks to Surrender to Prison Authorities on July 12

Wed, May 14 2014 11:45am PDT
After an unfavorable appeals court ruling, fetish filmmaker Ira Isaacs will be headed to federal prison. A July 12 surrender date has been selected.

ReallyUsefulCash Launches KissingHD.com

Wed, May 14 2014 11:15am PDT
ReallyUsefulCash has announced the launch of KissingHD.com, featuring all-girl softcore content that strikes a balance between eroticism and realism.

DMM Debuts R18. com, English Site for Japanese Porn

Wed, May 14 2014 10:45am PDT
R18.com, the English version of Japanese adult website DMM.co.jp, was rolled out today.

Nomi Tang Wins Red Dot Design Award

Wed, May 14 2014 10:15am PDT
Nomi Tang's latest product, Infiniti, a rechargeable vibrator with two motors for clitoral and G-spot stimulation, has won the Red Dot Design Award.

Open Life Entertainment Releases 'Anal Cuties'

Wed, May 14 2014 10:00am PDT
Open Life Entertainment today announced its latest Hard X studio series, “Anal Cuties.”

XBIZ Summit Opens for Business at Eden Roc

Wed, May 14 2014 09:00am PDT
The crowd at the XBIZ Summit began to gather in the late afternoon on Tuesday in Miami Beach, where dozens of the top digital media executives in adult entertainment were spotted at the Eden Roc Hotel.

Indonesia Bans Vimeo, Defines Nudity as Porn

Wed, May 14 2014 08:00am PDT
Keeping with its staunch anti-porn policy, the Indonesian government banned video sharing site Vimeo for containing nudity, creating a public outcry in a country considered to be one of the world’s largest users of social media.

At-home STD Screening Service Debuts

Wed, May 14 2014 07:00am PDT
A new service that allows at-home STD testing has debuted from myLAB Box.

U.K.'s New Temptations Adds More Espiral Lines

Tue, May 13 2014 04:00pm PDT
U.K.-based wholesaler New Temptations has announced the addition of new lines to the Espiral Clubwear and Lingerie collection.

L.A. to Draft New Rules for 'Adult-Oriented Uses'

Tue, May 13 2014 03:15pm PDT
Los Angeles City Council members voted unanimously today to draft new rules that would prevent future "adult entertainment or adult-oriented uses" in four corridors of the San Fernando Valley.
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