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CJAsher.com Launches National Sexual Resource Directory

Sexual health word cloudPhiladelphia – Sex and adult entertainment blogger C.J. Asher today announced the launch of a national sexual resource directory on CJAsher.com. The directory contains information on groups and organizations that support the LGBT community, victims of sexual violence, those either at risk or infected with sexually transmitted diseases, the adult entertainment community and others.

“Despite many of the great developments that have been made towards sexual health and equality over the past several years, there are still those that suffer daily from sexual violence, lack of proper health services and many other problems that we, as a society, need to address,” says Asher. “By creating this directory, and expanding its content over time, we hope to provide those in need with the assistance that is available and accessible to them.”

While the directory already contains over two dozen national groups and organizations, Asher is actively calling on groups and individuals to submit information about themselves for inclusion in the directory to directory@cjasher.com. In addition, Asher will be heavily promoting the directory through the CJAsher.com website and social media, and will be reaching out to CJAsher.com readers, businesses and organizations to help promote the directory.

The directory can be accessed either through a link on the CJAsher.com homepage or directly at https://cjasher.wordpress.com/resourcedirectory.

About C.J. Asher

Based out of Philadelphia, PA, C.J. Asher is a sex and adult entertainment blogger who has interviewed numerous celebrities such as Dennis Hof, Joanna Angel, Missy Suicide, Chanel Preston, Sunny Lane, Brett Rossi and many others. In addition, Asher’s blog,http://www.CJAsher.com, features gentlemen’s club reviews, adult entertainment industry news, a weekly upcoming events calendar and much more.
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Japanese Porn Association Apologizes and Promises Reform Amid Allegations of Female Abuse

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japanpornfA Japanese porn industry association has apologized and promised reform, amid allegations women are being forced to perform sex acts on film.

www.bbc.com – The Intellectual Property Promotion Association said it was “deeply sorry not to have taken any active action of our own volition”.

It comes after an activist group warned women were being sexually mistreated in the industry.

Japan’s adult sex industry has long been accused of human rights abuses.

Doubts about the criminal justice system are said to cause victims to hesitate coming forward.

In March, Human Rights Now, a Tokyo-based advocacy group, said it was aware of a rising number of cases in which young women hoping to be models were pressured to take part in obscene or pornographic videos.

On Thursday, the IPPA, which represents video makers or labels, said after discussions with human rights lawyers it had come up with suggestions to govern the behaviour of production companies to try and prevent further abuse.
It said it would urge firms to make sure actresses agreed to take part in the video, and not force them to pay a penalty if they wished to cancel their appearance.

Earlier this month police arrested a former president of talent agency Marks Japan and two other men after a young woman said she was raped repeatedly on camera for adult videos.

She said she was threatened with financial penalties if she refused to perform sexual acts because it would be a “breach of contract”.

Shihoko Fujiwara, a campaigner at a non-profit that helps victims of human trafficking, told AFP the statement was likely the first of its kind issued by the industry group.

But she pointed out that about 20% of adult film producers are not part of the association while some operations are underground.

“The remaining 20% and some illegal porn producers need to comply with the rules, which would require the government to take action,” Ms Fujiwara said.

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Judge Rules Warrantless Searches of Porn Industry Are Unconstitutional

 

FreeSpeechhttp://www.allgov.com/ – Federal record keeping measures to ensure porn stars are of legal age are unconstitutional because they allow impromptu warrantless searches, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled June 8.

In its 65-page split ruling (pdf), the Third Circuit said the warrantless searches permitted by two federal statutes violate the First and Fourth amendments because the porn industry is not as heavily regulated as other industries that are subjected to such searches, such as firearms dealers or junkyards.

However, the Philadelphia-based appeals court denied a permanent injunction on the statutes, which was requested by pornography association Free Speech Coalition, instead kicking the case back to Eastern Pennsylvania Federal Court to determine whether a narrowly tailored version of the statutes can pass muster.

The underlying lawsuit, filed by the coalition, alleged that the rules permitted investigators to enter unannounced and without warrants.

The recordkeeping statutes stem from amendments in 1988 to a law criminalizing the use of children in sexually explicit materials. However, many pornographers continued to use young-looking performers in porn, leading to concerns they were skirting the age requirements. The minimum age to perform in pornography is 18 years old.

Section 2257 was amended to require pornographers to keep “individually identifiable records” documenting each porn performer’s age and identity. It also required producers to make their records available to investigators for at least 20 hours per week. Investigators are allowed to visit a producer no more than once every four months except in cases involving “reasonable suspicion” that a violation has occurred.

The statue carries a potential five-year prison sentence for first-time violators and as much as 10 years behind bars for recidivists.

In 2009, a federal judge rejected the lawsuit, but the Free Speech Coalition and others appealed it to the Third Circuit, which heard arguments on the recordkeeping laws three times already. In the first case, the court ruled that the statutes’ allowance of impromptu visits by inspectors violated the Fourth Amendment.

The second time around, the Third Circuit added that porn producers suffered another Fourth Amendment injury due to additional administrative rules. The third case remanded the dispute back to Federal Court to determine whether the statute’s 20-hour weekly requirement for making records available ran afoul of the First Amendment.

In Wednesday’s ruling, Third Circuit Judge D. Brooks Smith relied on precedent set by the U.S. Supreme Court in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, in which advertising limitations were found to have regulated free speech. In Reed, the high court had instructed that courts could not determine the constitutionality of a facially content-based law based on underlying motives, even if they were benign.

In its ruling, the Third Circuit agreed with that rationale, saying Section 2257 was content-based and thus the law’s motives made no difference to its constitutionality.

“Despite the very commendable purpose of seeking to prevent child pornography by making it easier for law enforcement officials to ascertain the ages of the performers in the pornographic materials, we can no longer look to the purpose of a law that draws a content-based distinction on its face in determining what level of scrutiny to apply,” Smith wrote.

The Third Circuit also found that the rules governing pornographers were not as stringent as those governing other industries, such as state regulations on horseracing in New Jersey or on funeral homes in Pennsylvania. Further, no inspections of pornographers’ records have occurred since 2007, which made it difficult to swallow the government’s argument that warrantless searches should be allowed.

“An artist can pick up a camera and create an image subject to the statutes without the knowledge of any third party, much less then government,” Smith wrote. “The creation of sexually explicit expression is better characterized by its lack of regulation than by a regime of rules governing such expression.”

Further, as admitted by government attorneys, warrantless searches were all but useless anyway, since FBI agents testified that pornographers would be hard-pressed to whip up Section 2257 records in short notice, according to the ruling.

Judge Anthony Scirica joined Smith in the majority opinion.

In a dissenting opinion, Judge Marjorie Rendell said the Third Circuit should have looked differently at the statutes, which may have been constitutional because they were designed to reduce the secondary effect of child pornography.

Rendell cited a Ninth Circuit case, which held that secondary effects needed to be taken into account in certain free speech cases. She also noted that the Supreme Court muddied the waters with the Reed decision because the high court’s opinion did not explicitly address the secondary effects, but that the high court has repeatedly held in favor of the secondary-effects doctrine in cases involving sexually explicit speech.

“[T]his kind of speech, though protected, categorically deserves less protection than other kinds of protected speech,” she wrote. “That is because, simply put, sexually explicit speech is not as vital to our society as other kids of protected speech.”

Attorney Lorraine Baumgardner of Berman, Gordon, Murray & Devan, who represented the plaintiffs, praised the decision, saying it correctly upheld the strict scrutiny test to the statutes.

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Ladies, When It Comes To Money , Less Is LESS

It has come to my attention that a lot of women doing phone sex don’t know basic business! All you have to do is look at www.callwheel.com to see that. Ladies, ever hear of supply and demand? We have all the pussy; therefore we have all the supply! The men want our pussy; therefore have all the demand!   Y’all on board with me so far?

 

Okay, now lets discuss rates: When you don’t know your own worth, or are setting your rates too low (Katy Stress Relief, Nadia Styles, & many others) to try to undercut other women you think you are competing with YOU ARE ALSO HURTING YOURSELF! You are working at least three times as much to make the same amount that those of us that know our worth are making!

 

You get what you pay for or so they saying goes! You can’t change that old adage but you can get your ass on board with it, ladies! Raise your rates and your standards if you want to make more money. Don’t try to undercut other women and lower your rates so much that you’re cutting your own throat as well! Learn some basic business and let’s rock this ship together, my sexy sisters!

 

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Once There Was A Spark!

Once There Was A Spark!

 

Once there was a spark that

Could have lit a wildfire that

Burned out of control, but

We had to let it go!

 

Once there was a spark that

Lied dormant and withering

In the ashes for so long,

Even I thought it was gone!

 

Once there was a spark that

With it’s forgotten ember

Stoked back to life again,

I can see the flame lives on!

 

Once there was a spark that

With it’s fire now found,

Unable to control it’s rage

Burned my love to the ground!

 

By: Kora Peters

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