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Barbie Takes ‘Porno Barbie’ to Court.

In adult, adult film, adult industry, Barbie, China Barbie, court, entertainment, new york, News, porn, Porno Barbie, Uncategorized, World on August 22, 2007 at 3:39 pm

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When a children’s toy company takes a porn star to court, you know it’s going to be quite a story.

With the recall of it’s China made toys fresh in the mind, the world’s largest toy company Mattel, is on the front foot with another kind of China.

The company is suing adult entertainer China Barbie for using ‘a domain name containing the word “barbie” in a “bad faith attempt to profit from Mattel’s Barbie trademarks” and had damaged Mattel’s good name’, according to media reports.

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As you probably know Barbie is the worlds best selling fashion doll, since 1959 with about US $1.6 billion in sales each year. A personal favourite of mine….

Apparently China Barbie is the porn alias of Terri Gibson, who owns and runs her own adult web site under the company name Global China Networks, where users can access exclusive content for US$19.95 (€14.77). Sounds like a good deal to me.

Before getting into porn Gibson supposedly worked at some of the world’s leading investment banking firms and advertising agencies in New York, but the lucrative world of porn was just too seductive for 29 year old Terri.

Along with appearing in her own web site, Terri who’s father is Jamaican and mother Chinese, has also appeared in a number of hardcore adult films since 2001, according to IMDB.com, including Asian Divas 3, Me Luv U Long Time and Oral Sensations 7.

Mattel is angry at their good name being spoilt, demanding it get it’s hands on the Chinabarbie.com domain name, damages of $100,000 (€74,030) and to order that any profits Global China Networks achieved be given to Mattel.

Our friends at Mattel are no stranger to court action. Cases include:

Memorably in 1997 against the Danish pop group Aqua for their song parody, Barbie Girl, it lost that case.

Mattel successfully sued an artist from Utah in 1999 for profiting from artistic photographs called Food Chain Barbie involving Barbie dolls in a blender. (Click to see the pictures)

An injunction against a British woman who produced a Barbie doll dressed in bondage clothing, that one was dismissed by the Judge, “to the court’s knowledge, there is no Mattel line of S&M Barbie.”

Hideous.

The only question now remains, who does mattel have their sights on now?

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It’s Coming:”Firmer, bigger, longer!” Revolutionary condom arouses market investors looking for the next big thing.

In 2007, adult, Business, condom, CSD500, CSD500 Condom, Futura Medical, health, sex, sex industry, Sex Inustry, Sex Partners, Sexual Health, technology, UK, Uncategorized, World on August 10, 2007 at 2:59 am

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Yeah baby!

Watch out ladies, err and ah gents, amid all the current stock market turmoil and uncertainty, shares in British condom maker Futura Medical have ballooned to new heights with expectations the company’s new CSD500 condom will revolutionise the male sexual experience, media reports.

How exciting!

“I am delighted by these highly statistically significant study results, which give us confidence that the CSD500 product will gain marketing approval and, once launched, be a commercial success,” the chief executive, James Barder, said.

A statement on the company web site details how the revolutionary condom will work, touting an amazing Viagra like ability to allow for maximum pleasure for both sexual partners. Human trials on 108 healthy couples recently came to a climax.

The new product will “incorporate an erectogenic compound to help men maintain a full erection during intercourse…a pharmacological dose contained within the teat of the condom will be delivered to the penis.

“This will result in increased local blood flow which in turn should lead to improved rigidity, tumescence and duration of an erection.”

The “pharmacological dose” they speak of is a chemical compound called glyceryl trinitrate, otherwise known as nitroglycerin, a chemical most famous for its use in explosives. Yes, explosives.

Talk about more bang for your buck!

It is used in other medical products, primarily for its ability to widen blood vessels.

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Shares did a roaring trade after the announcement,  skyrocketing 14.5 percent, just shy of a whopping 60 British pounds. Oh behave!

“We expect to get regulatory EU approval later this year and then it is a question of launching the product soon after, so the revenues are really going to hit us in 2008,” the CEO of the company moaned.

Market research had shown that “up to 80 percent of existing condom users would be interested in trying the product and, more importantly, 49 percent of non-condom users would be interested in using it as it will help them maintain an erection.” Yeah, baby!

The amazing new condom will be marketed by SSL International under the Durex brand.

I just can’t wait, till 2008! There’s nothing like increased blood flow, nothing!

Right ladies?

Right!

I’m sure all the man loving ladies of England will be happy with this product, especially if TV comedy Family Guy’s version of high class British porn rings true….

Well done, indeed!

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31-year-old woman refuses to give up the teen love she met playing World of Warcraft.

In 2007, adult, australia, law and order, love, Odd News, sex, Sex Partners, sex scandal, Society, Tamara Broome, The Crazy News, United States, US News, USA, Weird News, World, World News, World of Warcraft on August 7, 2007 at 9:37 pm

As The Crazy News reported a few months back….

They fell for each other playing online role-playing game World of Warcraft, but society was not ready for their woman on teen love, now the 31-year-old Aussie once caught trying to ‘abduct’ her young lover, says her desire for a 17-year-old boy from North Carolina is undying.

Tamara Broome (pictured below) was arrested for child abduction when she arrived in the United States to wisk the boy, who wanted to escape pressure to join the military, back to Australia. She has spoken publicly for the first time about her ordeal. 

Freed, after a plea bargain with US Federal authorities , she says that she would “be crazy” to let her teen lover go and that their online relationship “was so much more than just infatuation.”

The University student and part time supermarket worker from Adelaide, South Australia, spoke to Australia’s Nine Television Network, Australian news media reported:

The pair tried many times to break off the internet relationship, Broome said, but their bond was too strong.

“It was so much more than just infatuation,” she said.

“I do love him dearly.”

During their online affair the pair discussed the possibility of a sexual relationship, as well as the prospect of marriage.

“We did talk about all the legal ramifications of him coming over here and what I’d heard, what was legal here and what was legal there etcetera etcetera, so yeah, it was brought up.”

Broome was freed after she agreed to plead guilty to a lesser charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

She is forbidden from contacting the victim in any way until he turns 18 on June 9, 2008.

“I’m going to miss him dreadfully over the next couple of months,” Broome said.

She also indicated the pair may seek to restore the relationship once they are allowed.

“I think I’d be crazy to let him go,” she said.

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Down Under weirdo…

Meanwhile, all you World of Warcraft fans should be getting excited. The World of Warcraft movie is set to hit cinemas in the near future, and is rumored to have a Water World style budget of around US $100 million.

The film would be released sometime in 2009 and is targeted for a PG-13 rating. The film will be set approximately a year before the start of World of Warcraft, and interweaves the story of various races, lands and a new hero into a two and a half hour feature told from the Alliance perspective, says The Hollywood News.

 

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Is too much sex bad for the economy?

In 2007, adult, health, Life, News, Odd News, People, psychological, psychologist, Relationships, science, Science & Technology, sex, Sex Partners, Sex Research, Society, study, Uncategorized, World News on August 4, 2007 at 12:40 am

Let’s talk about sex!

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A study released this week by a German researcher, interviewing 32,000 men and women, has come to two basic conclusions.

“The less sex you have, the more work you seek”, and those who are not getting any action “often take on more commitments and work.”

Or in the words of the studies author, Ragnar Beer of the University of Göttingen:

“Sexual frustration prevents you from being able to reduce your stress”

“One commonly takes on obligations out of sexual frustration that aren’t easy to let go of, like leadership positions in a club, for instance. That takes away from the time spent on the relationship, which again negatively contributes to sexual satisfaction. Unobserved, the frustration often becomes deeply ingrained.”

Beer’s team found that 36 percent of men and 35 percent of women who have sex only once a week take on extra work to compensate for their wanting sex life. It’s even worse for the hapless couples who have altogether lost their eye for one another. Forty-five percent of men and 46 percent of women who no longer have sex with their partner seek out other activities to salve their wanting libidos.

So, you could conclude that the more active participants in an economy getting no or little sex, the more productive that nation’s economy would be.

How could economic policy makers use this information to their advantage?

I blog, you decide.

Meanwhile….

In other studies of sex related news…

A world-wide study on women’s sexual satisfaction has found that Saudi Arabian women were the most sexually fulfilled, followed by Mexican, Spanish, Italian and Venezuelan women.

The survey of more than 14,000 women from 14 countries showed 76 per cent of women overall valued sex, while 89 per cent of men rated it important or very important.

How nice.

Now, lets talk about sex…

Quick, watch it before Universal records deletes it!

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