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Miley Cyrus sheds her Disney Tween image and talks about sex.
Former Disney star Miley Cyrus has been sporting a sexier and edgier image for a long time now and recently she talked about sex in an interview, shocking people who are used to seeing her as the cute “Hannah Montana”.
When asked about sex being a taboo subject, Cyrus said:
“It’s the only way we create, and it’s the only way the world keeps going. So it’s ignorant not to talk to your kids about it or [not] make it seem as magical or cool as it actually is. [Kids] have a TV, so they know what sex is. So educate them and let them know … it’s a beautiful thing, and it is magic, and it’s when you connect with somebody. And it isn’t how much you’re worth. Your worth isn’t based on that, your worth is based on how you feel about yourself.”
The new Miley Cyrus is definitely something that you have to get used to.View Article Source »
The situation's like this: you have been dumped and left alone. So how do you start to move on? Yes, you can begin with deleting the photos which captured your happy times together. Great news is Facebook has the same idea as well.
When you break-up with your beau, you tend to delete all the connections that will remind you of him or her. Bitter as it may seem, but this is the first step in moving on. Good thing Facebook lends a hand. If you check out your Facebook profile, it no longer shows photos of your ex. Ex-Boyfriends and girlfriends are not permitted in the “Photo Memories” box.
The Photo Memories box appears on the right hand corner of your rofile. This corner is where Facebook suggests friends and “Like” pages that you might be interested to add. The long-forgotten photos shows up, but these friends were chosen by Facebook’s algorithm for those whom you still want to have connection with. If you analyze this more, these memories create were gathered based on the writings on your wall or the messages you typed months ago.Read the rest of the article »
Sex really does sells. Sex.com, a domain name that was once belonged to the now defunct Escom has been sold for a hefty amount of $13 million. The domain's ownership now belongs to Clover Holdings Ltd.
Sorry porn entrepreneurs wannabes, the expensive domain you’ve been wishing to buy all this time is sold. Sex.com, a domain name which went on the block, closed the deal for $13 million. Six months ago, Sex.com headlined the world when People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) requested that the now bankrupt Escom to donate the domain to the organization. PETA hopede to use the domain as a tool for their “vegetarians are sexy” ad campaign.
Rumors said that a company called Clover Holdings Ltd. won the bidding and beating the 12 bidders for the domain. In 2006, Escom had bought the domain in no more than $14 million.
Let’s just what the future holds for this domain.View Article Source »
Piracy is that rampant that even the porn industry is calling out for help.
Hollywood film studios and record makers are not the sole filers of the lawsuit against illegal downloaders. A few weeks ago, porn producers joined forces to file lawsuits of their own, but with discomfort.
These producers hardly targeted users who downloaded titles featuring transsexuals and barely legal girls. Since these lawsuits are of public’s record, the defendants porn habit will be exposed.
Pink Visual President Allison Vivas told the AFP, “When it comes to private sexual fantasies and fetishes, going public is probably not worth the risk that these torrent and peer-to-peer users are taking.”
The lawsuit began barely a month, producers are also looking carefully on porn video streaming sites like YouTube, YouPorn and Xtube allegedly. These sites streams illegal content and removes it after receiving a notice from authorities.
Let’s see what happens after authorities take action.View Article Source »
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