Entertainment Spotlight

First, thank goodness they don’t want to do this in January. There are way too many events in January. The Las Vegas Stripper Parade & Expo, a large-scale public celebration and a professional B2B conference produced by women and catering specifically to exotic dancing professionals, is set to launch its first-ever event August 10-12, 2019. Sounds like fun.

“We have spoken to many dancers who have felt isolated and un-mentored,” says event organizer Cory Mervis, founder of the Las Vegas Halloween Parade. “We are creating a parade and expo that is about the performers needs, celebrating them in the industry, and supporting their businesses. It will provide the tools to grow their careers, find long term success, and plan for their financial future.” They are crowdfunding the endeavor with month long Kickstarter campaign starting January 22nd. Co-founder Polly Superstar of Kinky Salon and Mission Control and author of “Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary” is “a 21st century sex culture revolutionary with over 15 years in culturally progressive event production” working to promote and celebrate forward-thinking sex culture. For more information visit www.stripperparade.com.

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In our CES coverage we discussed their unimpressive code of conduct. The adult industry has been making stabs at the same thing. Here are some excerpts from the one from Gamma Films:

Maintain appropriate boundaries in professional relationships with Performers, and not use the power inherent in [their] position to exercise unreasonable or inappropriate authority over Performers, crew members or other Representatives

  • Not engage in physical, psychological or sexual harassment of any Performer, crew member or Representative. Harassment may be a single incident or a persistent pattern of behavior where the purpose is to create a hostile, offensive, or an intimidating environment
  • No Representative, Contractor or Subcontractor shall demand or solicit any personal sexual favors from Performers on or off set, offer the exchange of work, gifts or influence in casting in return for sexual favors from prospective Performers, or solicit or accept gifts or sexual favors off set in exchange for casting and/or preferential treatment on set.
  • Regarding its ‘go-see’ policy, a Performer/Representative meeting should be scheduled and at the time of the meeting a third party shall be present. Any Contractor, Representative or crew member found arranging private ‘go-sees’ will be terminated.
  • It is not permissible or acceptable to use a position of authority to imply, suggest, promise, threaten, coerce, lure, entice or reward Performers with casting or work in return for sexual or other forms of favors. Being in a position of authority, it is critical for everyone to feel safe and supported. It is never, under any circumstances, appropriate to engage in sexual activity while working for Gamma on set.
  • All performers will be required to complete a checklist of acts or scenarios with which they are not comfortable (known as a ‘no list’) and exchange the same with other Performers in the film and the Contractor prior to the start of any production. 
  • The Contractor shall be responsible for discussing the ‘no lists’ with the Performers and all parties must sign off on the checklists. The Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring the points specified on the checklists are respected during filming.
  • Any Representative, Contractor or Subcontractor who witnesses acts of sexual harassment, is advised of any incidents of harassment or any violation of this Code of Conduct will be held accountable to immediately report the incident to Gamma.
  • If a Performer forgot personal property or has to finalize paperwork, for example, the Contractor or Representative will arrange for the property to be returned to a common place or the Performer’s agent, or for the paperwork to be completed in a common place. No Performer crew member or Representative should ever be invited to a Contractor’s house alone.

Gee, maybe CES could learn something from the porn industry. So could Hollywood.

The BBW Awards Show on January 22nd at the Fuso Nightclub on the roof of the Hustler Club in Las Vegas will be hosted by Alura Jenson and Kimmie KaBoom and tickets are almost completely sold out. Only VIP tickets are left. The after party features the BBW Strip Night and the Make It Rain Strip Contest. Over 30 girls including Alexxxis Allure, Genevieve LaFleur, Gia Mayhem, Tisha Daven, Calista Roxxx, Lady Sublime, and many more will be competing for a cash prize. There will also be a live performance by Shaundam featuring Kassey Starr. Attendees of the BBW Awards Show can attend for free. Anyone else pays a $10 cover charge if they mention “BBW Strip Night” at the door. Find out more at BBW Awards Show.

I like Marica Hase and am fascinated by the whole Nuru massage thing, so a video combining both is interesting. Exotic, petite Japanese adult star and Penthouse Pet Marica Hase solos on the cover for Kinky Massage’s latest DVD. Wet your appetite, and watch the trailer at https://www.adultempire.com/2601562/asian-nuru-massage-2-porn-videos.html.

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