Keyword: sexploitation

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  • Toddlers and Tiaras: 3-year-old wears 'Pretty Woman' prostitute outfit

    09/06/2011 12:28:26 PM PDT · by SmithL · 74 replies
    SFGate: The Mommy Files ^ | 9/6/11 | Amy Graff
    Last week TLC's "Toddlers and Tiaras" reality show enraged the world with a shocking performance by a 4-year-old sporting fake C-cup boobs and acting like a 20-something. . . . 3-year-old Paisley struts across the stage dressed as Julia Roberts in the opening scene of the movie "Pretty Woman." In thigh-high black patent leather boots and a tight blue mini skirt,
  • Board rejects Utah County doctor Max Cannon's request for reinstated license

    04/29/2010 2:07:31 PM PDT · by Colofornian · 26 replies · 410+ views
    Deseret News ^ | April 28, 2010 | Carrie A. Moore
    SALT LAKE CITY — State officials refused this week to reinstate the license of a Utah County physician who was jailed in 2009 after his conviction on charges that he traded prescription drugs for sexual favors. Members of the state's Physicians Licensing Board rejected Dr. Max Cannon's second bid to have his medical license reinstated after a hearing earlier this year in which Cannon blamed bipolar disorder for his past conduct. Cannon had submitted a previous application for reinstatement of his license in February 2008, about 10 days after he was arrested during a hotel sex-sting operation involving a patient....
  • Joseph W. Sarno 1921-2010 (sexploitation film director)

    04/27/2010 8:58:06 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 4 replies · 547+ views
    Tim Lucas Video WatchBlog ^ | April 27, 2010 | Tim Lucas
    Michael Raso of RetroSeduction Cinema has contacted me with the sad news that writer-director Joseph W. Sarno passed away this evening at his home in Manhattan after a short illness. He was 89. Sarno toiled in the sexploitation industry, but I dislike referring to him as a sexploitation or even an exploitation director, though his films were certainly sold this way.
  • VIDEO Bizarre New Burger King commercial marries SpongeBob and square butts

    04/09/2009 12:42:50 PM PDT · by JoeProBono · 50 replies · 2,678+ views
    inquisitr ^ | April 8, 2009 | Duncan Riley
    A new advertising campaign from Burger King that marries SpongeBob and women with square buts hasn’t been well received in all quarters. The ad campaign sees The Burger King “King” singing “I love square butts” surrounded by women shaking their square butts in an effort to promote a Burger King Kids Meal that comes with a SpongeBob SquarePants toy. Lyrics include the line “I wanna git wit’cha, cause you’re makin’ me richer.”
  • Remembering a Sixties Terrorist

    10/06/2008 5:42:47 PM PDT · by AfterManyASummer · 75 replies · 2,383+ views
    <p>I read occasionally of former Weatherman Bill Ayers and his wife Bernardine Dohrn, both now not only accepted, despite their bombing campaign against America in the 1960s and 70s, but successful , establishment educators whose opinions on social issues are taken seriously. Every time I see Ayers’ name I shudder with fear and rage and realize that I will never be able to erase the mark he left on my life one evening 40 years ago.</p>
  • Leadership Ideas from The Movies: You'll Never Guess Which One (Number Nine)

    02/10/2007 7:45:19 AM PST · by LJTailor1 · 1 replies · 162+ views
    Peace and freedom Blog ^ | 10 Feb. 07 | John E. Carey
    O.K., it is the weekend and time to have a little fun. And besides, some of our readers sent email asking when we would reflect upon another major motion picture in our “Leadership Ideas From the Movies Series.” The movie is “Dawg” with Denis Leary and Elizabeth Hurley. Most guys could watch Elizabeth Hurley knit and be entertained if not aroused. And she is great in this. In “Dawg” Leary plays ladies’ man who must apologize to the women he has betrayed before he can inherit $1 million from his grandmother. Hurley plays the woman attorney who supervises the project....
  • ‘This Could Be Your Kid’

    08/10/2003 11:14:30 AM PDT · by mlmr · 69 replies · 1,032+ views
    Newsweek online ^ | .08.10.03 | By Suzanne Smalley
    <p>Aug. 18 issue — Like many teenage girls in Minneapolis, 17-year-old Stacey liked to hang out after school at the Mall of America, Minnesota’s vast shopping megaplex. Cute, blond and chatty, she flirted with boys and tried on the latest Gap fashions. One day last summer, Stacey, which isn’t her real name, says she was approached by a man who told her how pretty she was, and asked if he could buy her some clothes. “He was an older guy, dressed really well,” she recalls. “He said he just wanted to see me in the clothes.” Stacey agreed, and went home that night with a $250 outfit.</p>