So here's a question that occurred to me recently, pretty simple: Would you consider porn as art? I'd love to see that answered by someone as talented as you in both, art and porn equally. ;-) Greetings from a German fanboy of your written work!
I think some porn is art. But I also think some art is not art. And also that art is subjective. Which is why all porn must be classified as art. Because otherwise it will start falling down the slippery legislative slope and straight out of existence. Must mostly, porn is just porn.
Sorry to go completely pervy on you. But your spinning video brought a question to mind. And if you are uncomfortable by all means I'm sorry. But I had to ask. How long are your nipples? And lastly. Thank you either way.
Is it a thing to keep stats on one’s nipple measurements? Because I don’t. I am a sloppy, errant, ignorant human and I have no knowledge of my nipple length. My guess would be venti.
One of my favorite new things to read on twitter are leading questions demanding that I supply an answer for why I worked on camera with some races and not others. Statement/accusations/questions like these are chock full of dumb assumptions, chief among them being that I have to answer to anyone when it comes to my sexual choices, on camera or off, with other willing adult partners. But since this is such a hot topic for people who are not in any way a part of my sex life, and, strangely enough, people I’ve never even met, I would just like to lend the suggestion that the strangers in question do a little better with their research. I have worked with black, white, Asian, Hispanic, Eurasian, Cuban, East Indian, American Indian, middle eastern, race unknown/Hispanic, race-unknown/non-Hispanic, other/non-Hispanic, other/Hispanic, and decline to state. Some of these people had vaginas and some had penises. I did list these races off of a census list, so I would like to also add the disclaimer that there are likely races I may have missed, and this does not mean I didn’t work with a person of the race in question, but merely that I had a faulty census list. And furthermore, to the particular stranger who really just loves to try to jam me into a corner with third degree questions re: my past sexual partners, and, as it follows, my obvious discrimination against every single person in the world who I have not, as yet, fucked—I would like to suggest he kindly fuck off.
Just used the ATM at Chase bank, where the screen invited me to join them in celebrating LGBT Pride month, tag line ‘just be you’. Meanwhile, chase bank is actively seeking out and closing the bank accounts of those working in the adult industry. And also, meanwhile, chase bank is really just a giant institution whose purpose is in no way connected to sex or the finicky-subjective-hazy moral regulation of such, and I’m finding it strange that the financial institution is trying to attract media attention surrounding its various feelings about sex. Because its just fucking sex and who cares what you feel about it one way or another if its not your sex.
I read somewhere a few years ago that one of the more respected American colleges chose snooki to speak over Maya Angelou, and also paid her more than they’d paid Angelou in previous years.
This is a good case for atheism because any sort of all-knowing omnipotent thing would have likely wiped us out over something like that.
Tarzana, Calif.—Evan Stone is one of the most awarded and recognizable male performers in the adult industry. The multiple award winner has taken home the coveted Male Performer of the Year title from AVN twice along with five wins for Best Actor, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011. Known for more than a decade as a versatile performer, director, and character actor, Stone is finally taking it to the stage as the headliner of his first stand up comedy show this Thursday, April 24th.
Stone’s comedy routine is based on his experiences as a performer in the adult industry. He is currently the subject of a comedic documentary about the same.
Said one of the documentary’s producers: “Our first day of filming was a series of back-to-back interviews with performers, producers, and directors in the adult industry. We wanted to get their views on male talent—and more importantly, on Evan—so we could start shaping the story. One of the questions we asked was, ‘What do you think Evan would have done for a living if he hadn’t found porn?’. More than half of them said ‘Comedian’. The rest said ‘Used car salesman’. It seemed rather natural that we would dig more deeply into that.”
The Comedy show is called “Comedy Gang Bang” and will be hosted at Paladino’s Bar in Tarzana. Doors open at 7 pm. Three opening acts from rising mainstream comedians Joe Kwaczala, Chris Stephens, and Joe McAdam are scheduled. The first act starts at 9 pm. There is no cover charge and a live DJ will be playing before and after the show. The entire show will be filmed for use in the ongoing documentary surrounding Evan.
“Come out Thursday night! Bring your girlfriend. And her girlfriends. And neighbors. Bring your boss. And your mom. Maybe not your mom. Unless she’s hot. You can bring her if she’s hot. You know what? Definitely bring your mom.”
Paladino’s was recently named one of Thrillist.com’s best San Fernando Valley bars. Known best as the dumpy metal bar that the Foo Fighters Play surprise shows at, it is located in a small strip mall. The address is 6101 Reseda Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91335
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Evan Stone rocks. I don’t need to go into why because you know who he is and have probably at least already been hugged by him, or worse. Which is why we’ve been producing a documentary on him that follows a mockumentary type ridiculousness with the exception that it is all real. We began with a number of interviews designed to capture the general sense of who Evan is according to fellow performers/producers/directors, then put a camera on the man at the AVN awards show this past year, and now are hosting a comedy night that is legitimately interesting. We will be filming. Evan’s comedy routine will be the headlining act and we have three lovely comedians opening for him.
Joe Kwaczala is a Los Angeles-based comedian from Chicago who has written for The OnionNews Network and opened for stand-ups like Aziz Ansari, Joel McHale, and Nick Kroll. He also hosts The Late Live Show, a critically-acclaimed and very fun late-night talk show that’s been featured in Maxim, Splitsider, and The Huffington Post. When Joe was a boy, he stuck a Nerd up his nose thinking it would come out the other nostril. It did not.
Chris Stephens performed his unique brand of stand up at many notable venues including Zanies, The Lincoln Lodge, and the Lakeshore Theater. Chris is also a writer for The Late Live Show, a live late-night talk show that performs to sold out crowds across the country. He is perhaps best known for playing the character of Rocky in the Rocky movies.
Joe McAdam for last four years has been performing on, and writing for the late night talk show, The Late Live Show. His background in stand up, sketch and video production have gotten him recognition in numerous comedy festivals including Just For Laughs Chicago.
Following the show will be music and Evan likely offering unsolicited slightly sexualizing hugs. There is no cover and there is a bar, because—get this—it is at a bar.
Please come out and support Evan (and this industry—if you don’t show up then you obviously hate Evan and also porn and probably baby animals—no pressure) this Thursday, April 24th at Paladino’s Club. The address is 6101 Reseda Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91335.
Also please forward this to anyone and everyone you know who likes fun, and then ditch the people in your life who don’t.
Thanks for listening! (and seriously please come out this Thursday)
what is your opinion on genderqueer, bigender and androgyny.
It’s the same opinion I hold for males and females, which is that it’s not my business to even have an opinion on it. People are what they are, in this respect. I also hold no opinion on people’s shoe sizes ever since I found out that it doesn’t correlate strongly with penis size. It may seem like I’ve wandered off topic, but let me bring it back around: gender and shoe size are two rather uncontrollable factors among a litany of others that for the most part really don’t contribute one way or another towards the overall quality of a person.