Sexy Olga De Mar

By |2019-11-13T07:03:06+00:00November 13th, 2019|Videos|

Birthplace Daugavpils, LatviaHappy-go-lucky Don’t look at the life of someone else. Your life is so rich. You have no time to compare it to someone else. There’s lots of happiness to be had. Make people around you happy and you’re going to be much happier. Eat, drink, love I love to eat. I could die for good food. I never drank wine or coffee before coming to Italy. Here it’s so good and so cheap. Now, if I’m having lunch and it’s not with a glass of wine, it’s not a good lunch! Security guard Jealousy is a turn-off. I don’t agree when someone says, ‘If you’re not jealous you must not love me.’ It’s the opposite. If you’re jealous, you’re not sure about me and you’re not sure about you. If your born jealous, there’s something wrong with you, darling. “I want 110 percent of what life offers me,” says Olga de Mar. “Why should we put boxes around [...]

Kylie Jenner Transforms Into Marilyn Monroe and Proves Diamonds Really Are a Girl’s Best Friend

By |2019-11-01T01:50:16+00:00October 31st, 2019|Articles|

Kylie Jenner is a material girl living in a material world. On the actual Halloween holiday on Thursday, the 22-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star debuted a new Halloween costume, one of several seen in recent days. Kylie dressed up as late Hollywood sex icon and actress Marilyn Monroe from her performance of "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" from the 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes for a V magazine video cover shoot. Madonna famously paid tribute to it in her 1985 music video "Material Girl." For the shoot, the reality star wore a short blonde wig and magenta strapless dress, plus diamond jewelry. She was accompanied by a swarm of male models holding up red paper hearts. "In rocky times, there's a general notion that pop culture and its icons are gratuitous. 'How can you be talking about this while this is happening?' is the pervasive question," the magazine stated. "To a certain extent, that type of discourse [...]

D.C. leaders hear from public over proposal to decriminalize sex work

By |2019-10-24T23:16:27+00:00October 24th, 2019|Articles|

WASHINGTON - Five hours into a Thursday hearing on a controversial bill that would decriminalize the sex trade in the nation's capital, District of Columbia Councilmember Charles Allen, a Democrat, implored the crowd to settle down. He hammered his gavel. He called for a recess. But it was no use. Tensions and disagreements that had been simmering since the morning exploded on the floor before the council's Public Safety Committee. Sex workers and their supporters broke into chants of "decrim now!" as those opposed to the bill rose from their seats. Each side shook their heads at the other. The bill at the center of the hearing would amend existing city laws to eliminate criminal penalties for selling or buying sex in D.C. If passed, it would make the city the only U.S. jurisdiction to legalize prostitution, outside of some areas of Nevada where legal brothels exist. Prostitution involving minors and coercing others to engage in sex work against their [...]

Geena Rocero Trans beauty

By |2019-09-25T11:22:23+00:00September 21st, 2019|Videos|

I’m in the Costa Rican jungle. I’m nude, playing in the sand, climbing trees, and at one with nature. I’m in my element. It’s a perfect metaphor for the dream of trans people and the way our bodies should always be seen: as natural as can be. CLICK HERE to see more of me for free. I come from a strict Catholic upbringing in the Philippines—the only place in the world besides Vatican City where divorce is illegal, but also a place where transgender beauty pageants are broadcast on national television. As a kid, I would see the women in these pageants and recognize myself through them. They expanded my vision of who I could be and gave me a pathway to reach for my bigger dreams. Little did I know that at the age of 15 I myself would become a transgender beauty queen. This is our lived experience. It’s not up for debate. I moved to the United [...]

Sophie O’neil

By |2019-09-20T01:01:26+00:00September 17th, 2019|Videos|

I live in a borough outside London called Bexley. It’s a nice place, and everyone here is ­really lovely, but it’s a bit quiet—not too much going on. I don’t think I could stay here. I’m all about exploring. When I was younger I secretly wanted to be a model, but I would never admit it to anyone because I didn’t want people to say, “Really? You want to model?” I’m quite shy, and I’ve never been very confident in myself and how I look. I’m also only five-foot-five, so my height has always been an issue. Whenever I thought about trying it, I would think, Nope, they’re going to tear me down. I went to university in Brighton, which is by the sea and very quirky—completely different from Bexley. I studied theatrical hair and makeup for film and TV, and after I left uni I was on Instagram, looking for makeup work, and photographers started asking me, “Can you [...]

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