I don’t mind at all!
I don’t mind at all!
Foot tickling action! Gives new meaning to the term “sole searching,” doesn’t it? Visit http://ticklednteased.com for more ethnic tickling scenes like this.
Ooh la la! #tickledtiedtootsies
I make this prediction to you today, people: Google will rue this day, so remember It, mark it on your calendar or bookmark this post.
Yesterday, I, along with other producers, received letters from Google. The first letter asked me to rid my sites of Adult content to continue my AdWords campaign. This was followed by a deluge of letters, cautioning me that my campaigns will be shut down as well as any non adult campaigns that link to them, and that my account will be suspended. Then, they suspended my Adwords account.
When Google bemoaned the call from Congress to protect our intellectual rights, we didn’t make a fuss as they mounted an online fight to protect the rights of college kids to download and distribute our work illegally (Look up SOPA). Each time Google changed their algorithm, we merely picked up the shattered pieces each time and started over until we got their message loud and clear - only through us can your business survive. And through it all we’ve been good sports about it, filling Google’s coffers with our ad dollars until one day they grew fat and self righteous. Today, our money (all $550 million of it per year) isn’t good enough for them anymore.
Google has now decided that all adult content should be eradicated from its search engines for reasons I cannot explain to you. When behavior of this nature has no accompanying rhyme or reason, the logical conclusion can only be prejudice. Pure and simple. What Google has done is like an establishment asking their long time black patrons to either cease being black or be refused service.
I can no more comply with Google’s requests than someone can comply with being, well, not black. And the broad strokes language they used in their letters to me is tantamount to asking me not to be an adult producer.
It appears that being in the Adult business is the last acceptable and most insidious prejudice.
As I write this, Google is expecting a deluge of its own; Adult industry lawyers, producers and SEO specialists are making their way to Santa Clara today to hear Google’s answer to why such a capricious and, I believe, illegal policy has been implemented. Pushing an entire legally operating industry out of a search engine smacks of restraint of trade and subverts the will of the people who search for and consume porn. That’s thirteen percent of search users.
I don’t think Google really thought this through. Their mantle has always been the freedom of the internet:
"Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful."
Last time I checked, the adult industry is still part of this world.
Google’s response so far has been to assert that they want to be sure people who are searching for porn are explicitly doing just so.
Fair enough, if that were all they were doing.
It’s one thing to protect searchers from unintended search results, quite another to basically tell an entire industry their kind isn’t wanted on their search engines. It’s not just prejudice, it’s hypocrisy.
When the stampede of internet users who can’t find what they’re looking for (and believe me, people will not stop wanting adult entertainment), they will search elsewhere on other browsers who won’t be prejudiced against our industry.
What will Google do then? They’ll be courting us again. I don’t know when, but it will happen. They’ll try to spin it as some attempt to find a happy medium and provide a safe internet for everyone, yada yada yada. And I hope we take our collective advertising dollars and tell Google to go and find their lost revenue from the fringe moral minority who are now high-fiving each other for helping set this in motion.
Mark my words. They’ll be sorry they did this.
Scout Willis, arguably one of the coolest chicks around, recently posted these photos on twitter after instagram deleted her account for breaking community guidelines even though men like Dan Bilzerian are totally free to objectify women’s bodies and don’t get any form of censorship whatsoever. Scout’s protest is more about the ability to post freely on istagram, its about fighting for the right for women to be able to have control over their bodies. Think about it, it’s 2014 and women are still shamed for breast feeding in public yet women are constantly objectified and sexualized in the media. #freethenipple
A powerful statemen by #ScoutWillis. I hope it doesn’t get twisted by knuckledraggers. #GoScoutGo
Tired of using old receipts to mark the page you’re on?
Here are 10 wonderful bookmarks for the literary-lover.
Oooh! Where can I get one of these? I’m a huge bookmark lover, especially ones with a quirky design or inspirational quotes!
I was invited by LinkedIn to write an inspirational letter to 2014’s graduating class. I began to write advice that I would give myself if I were 22 and just graduating college. But then, I got stuck. I mean, today’s 22 year old probably won’t listen anyway. Brought up on a steady diet of celebrity worship, self praise and conspicuous consumption, you guys think you already have all the answers. Who wants to offer advice to people who think they know it all, right?
However, the recent passing of the great Maya Angelou makes me realize I have a responsibility to say something to you, and hope it encourages someone - even just one person - on their journey the way my predecessors encouraged me. I have included some famous quotes of hers within this text.
“When we cast our bread upon the waters, we can presume that someone downstream whose face we will never know will benefit from our action, as we who are downstream from another will profit from that grantor’s gift.”
With that, I will proceed:
The path I’ve chosen for myself is an unusual one, so I don’t encourage anyone to necessarily follow in my footsteps. But I would encourage you to make your own path in life. I was unhappy with the path I was originally on after graduating. Actually, I was miserable. When I finally decided to follow an unconventional path, I literally found myself and what made me happy.
“Each of us has the right and the responsibility to asses the road which lie ahead and those over which we have traveled, and if the feature road looms ominous or unpromising, and the road back uninviting-inviting, then we need to gather our resolve and carrying only the necessary baggage, step off that road into another direction. If the new choice is also unpalatable, without embarrassment, we must be ready to change that one as well.”
I would also encourage you to be fearless. You have shut out all negative talk and doubtful chatter. All it will do is instill fear in you and stop you from pursuing whatever your dream is. You must have the fearlessness to see where life takes you and to follow. Otherwise, how will you know what you love to do? If I didn’t answer that intriguing ad in the free paper ten years ago I wouldn’t be here today, writing this to you right now. I was open to the possibility that I could have been rejected, but I took the chance anyway.
"…Without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage."
The final advice - and I think the most important - I would offer you is to help others, in whatever you decide to do. I have spent the last 10 years of my life helping couples spice up their relationships and inspiring young women to think outside the box. I’m sure there are some who look down on what I do. And I couldn’t care less because I know when I talk to my fans and read their letters that I make a difference to them. You must make a difference in the lives you touch, no matter what path you choose.
"People will forget what you said
People will forget what you did
But people will never forget how you made them feel.”
So that’s it. My words of advice to you know-it-alls. Hopefully there is a young woman out there reading this who will find value in my words and use them to set herself apart from the pack.
By the way, if I were 22, the advice I would have given myself would’ve been something like, “Lay off the carbs; your face will thank you for it!”
I bought my little one years ago at http://queensandkings.biz
They are the most affordable on the market (unless you have a friend who specializes in woodwork - that would be cheaper).
There’s also http://fetishfurniturefactory.com
They have chairs that are custom made so I have no idea of their price points.
Best of luck getting a great chair for your needs and budget!
You’re quite welcome!
I’m not usually a fan of food porn, but this is so creative. How could I not love these images?! #ILoveCreativePeople
Now, THAT is #yummy for days!