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Oh, The (Wrong) Things You Can Learn From Mainstream Coverage Of Porn

LOS ANGELES – I’ll be the first to admit that I’m easily confused at times – a function, perhaps, of my many years of dedicated pursuit of chemically-induced happiness. Still, there are times when my befuddlement stems not from my own eroding mental capacity, but from the fact...

eBay Update Makes it Easier to Sell Unauthorized Panties, More

Per TechCrunch, eBay is rolling out an app update designed to make it easier to list items for sale in its online marketplace. Instead of filling out detailed forms on a small smartphone screen, sellers can now scan the barcode on an item or type a description. After scanning or...

Enhance Your Public Speaking with Porn

By Evo Morales Special to YNOT LA PAZ, Bolivia – Hello my American friends! My name is Evo Morales. While I’m quite

CDC: Dreaded Disease Ravaging Legislatures

RICHMOND, Va. – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about the spread of the

What’s All this I Hear about Holographic Hookers?

By Hugh Murphy Special to YNOT BEVERLY HILLS – Hey there sex- and porn-industry folks! Actor, singer and noted
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Bangladesh Celebrates Annual Blocking of Porn Sites

DHAKA, Bangladesh – For this year’s annual festival of pornographic website-blocking, the government of Bangladesh
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Porn Director Decries Lack Of Good New Kid’s Shows To Parody

LOS ANGELES – On the eve of the release of his latest porn parody film, HR Puffnpenis, adult filmmaker Skidley Rott took the occasion to complain about a “severe lack of good new kid’s shows” for him to parody, which he says has forced him to “aim deep within the back-catalog” of...

If You Like The HTPA, You’ll Love “Kim Mills’ Law”

PROVIDENCE – From what I hear, legislators all around the country are initially supporting, then later withdrawing support for legislation called the Human Trafficking Prevention Act (HTPA), purportedly because of the bill’s “dubious origins.” It seems state legislators think...