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Viv Thomas nominated for multiple XBIZ awards – including Adult Site of the Year!

Viv Thomas has gone from strength to strength over the past year, so we’re thrilled to be on the finalist nominees list for several major XBIZ awards!

Viv Thomas is nominated for the Foreign Studio of the Year award, and also Foreign Non-Feature Release of the Year for director Alis Locanta’s “6,000RPM.” What’s more, we are nominated in the most prestigious category of all: Adult Site of the Year – Erotic.

We pride ourselves on presenting beautiful lesbian erotica starring Europe’s top models, and bringing passion and sexual chemistry to the screen in each sizzling encounter. We love what we do and we hope you do too, so being nominated for these accolades means the world to us. XBIZ is the premier authority on adult industry news, so what they don’t know about the entertainment world isn’t worth knowing!

The 2017 XBIZ Awards show will take place in Las Vegas on January 12, 2017. Wish us luck!

 

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Vote no on Prop 60!

Adult industry players and civil rights activists across the world are uniting to oppose Proposition 60, a new proposal that would make the use of condoms mandatory in all adult films shot in California.

Proposition 60 goes to the vote on November 8, 2016. And while its sponsors claim the bill is intended as a protective measure, its many critics believe it could have serious repercussions for the safety and freedom of adult performers.

Citizens as ‘condom cops’

One of the most unusual and disturbing aspects of Prop 60 is that it allows any Californian resident to file a for-profit lawsuit if a condom is not visible in a single frame of a video – and without having to provide evidence that they suffered any harm in doing so.

Not only does this open the door to frivolous lawsuits; but it allows private citizens access to the personal information of adult performers simply by opening up a lawsuit, whether it is legitimate or not, making them easy prey for stalkers.

And Prop 60 makes anyone with a financial interest in an adult movie, such as a producer or distributor, liable for prosecution. Industry insiders fear this irregular and highly alarming provision could even extend liability to hotels and cable companies, giving it far-reaching consequences.

The adult industry already safeguards its own health

Those behind the Proposition say it’s a protective measure, and argue that it would send out a safer-sex message to viewers. There is already a law in place in California that requires condom use in adult movies, but lead sponsor of Proposition 60, Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, says the state isn’t doing enough to enforce it.

This heavy-handed approach fails to acknowledge that industry performers undergo testing for HIV and STD infection every two weeks as standard. In fact there has not been an HIV transmission case linked to the industry in 12 years. 

Adult performers say that in some cases condoms can actually increase risk by causing friction and tearing, and they want the freedom to make their own choices. Proposition 60 is a violation of their civil rights.

Driving the industry underground

Earlier legislation – the notorious Measure B – drove a lot of the adult industry out of LA, resulting in economic losses to the state. It also forced elements of the adult film industry underground, increasing the vulnerability of performers by exposing them to more dangerous work.

A YES vote for Proposition 60 has the potential to intensify this situation.

Strong opposition from all sides

Prop 60 is being opposed not just by Californian adult performers and producers, but also by major newspapers and political organizations in the state, and public interest groups such as the Free Speech Coalition.

The Los Angeles County Commission on HIV, Equality California and AIDS Project Los Angeles are all opposing Prop 60, putting the lie to the implication that it is primarily intended to protect health. Members of both the state Democratic and Republican parties are also on record as opposing Proposition 60. 

The MetArt Network has joined the protest against Prop 60 to safeguard the privacy and freedom of choice of all those involved in creating and enjoying adult entertainment. We hope you’ll join us in voting NO to Proposition 60.

 

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Vote no on Prop 60!

Adult industry players and civil rights activists across the world are uniting to oppose Proposition 60, a new proposal that would make the use of condoms mandatory in all adult films shot in California.

Proposition 60 goes to the vote on November 8, 2016. And while its sponsors claim the bill is intended as a protective measure, its many critics believe it could have serious repercussions for the safety and freedom of adult performers.

Citizens as ‘condom cops’

One of the most unusual and disturbing aspects of Prop 60 is that it allows any Californian resident to file a for-profit lawsuit if a condom is not visible in a single frame of a video – and without having to provide evidence that they suffered any harm in doing so.

Not only does this open the door to frivolous lawsuits; but it allows private citizens access to the personal information of adult performers simply by opening up a lawsuit, whether it is legitimate or not, making them easy prey for stalkers.

And Prop 60 makes anyone with a financial interest in an adult movie, such as a producer or distributor, liable for prosecution. Industry insiders fear this irregular and highly alarming provision could even extend liability to hotels and cable companies, giving it far-reaching consequences.

The adult industry already safeguards its own health

Those behind the Proposition say it’s a protective measure, and argue that it would send out a safer-sex message to viewers. There is already a law in place in California that requires condom use in adult movies, but lead sponsor of Proposition 60, Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, says the state isn’t doing enough to enforce it.

This heavy-handed approach fails to acknowledge that industry performers undergo testing for HIV and STD infection every two weeks as standard. In fact there has not been an HIV transmission case linked to the industry in 12 years. 

Adult performers say that in some cases condoms can actually increase risk by causing friction and tearing, and they want the freedom to make their own choices. Proposition 60 is a violation of their civil rights.

Driving the industry underground

Earlier legislation – the notorious Measure B – drove a lot of the adult industry out of LA, resulting in economic losses to the state. It also forced elements of the adult film industry underground, increasing the vulnerability of performers by exposing them to more dangerous work.

A YES vote for Proposition 60 has the potential to intensify this situation.

Strong opposition from all sides

Prop 60 is being opposed not just by Californian adult performers and producers, but also by major newspapers and political organizations in the state, and public interest groups such as the Free Speech Coalition.

The Los Angeles County Commission on HIV, Equality California and AIDS Project Los Angeles are all opposing Prop 60, putting the lie to the implication that it is primarily intended to protect health. Members of both the state Democratic and Republican parties are also on record as opposing Proposition 60. 

The MetArt Network has joined the protest against Prop 60 to safeguard the privacy and freedom of choice of all those involved in creating and enjoying adult entertainment. We hope you’ll join us in voting NO to Proposition 60.

 

READ MORE

Vote no on Prop 60!

Adult industry players and civil rights activists across the world are uniting to oppose Proposition 60, a new proposal that would make the use of condoms mandatory in all adult films shot in California.

Proposition 60 goes to the vote on November 8, 2016. And while its sponsors claim the bill is intended as a protective measure, its many critics believe it could have serious repercussions for the safety and freedom of adult performers.

Citizens as ‘condom cops’

One of the most unusual and disturbing aspects of Prop 60 is that it allows any Californian resident to file a for-profit lawsuit if a condom is not visible in a single frame of a video – and without having to provide evidence that they suffered any harm in doing so.

Not only does this open the door to frivolous lawsuits; but it allows private citizens access to the personal information of adult performers simply by opening up a lawsuit, whether it is legitimate or not, making them easy prey for stalkers.

And Prop 60 makes anyone with a financial interest in an adult movie, such as a producer or distributor, liable for prosecution. Industry insiders fear this irregular and highly alarming provision could even extend liability to hotels and cable companies, giving it far-reaching consequences.

The adult industry already safeguards its own health

Those behind the Proposition say it’s a protective measure, and argue that it would send out a safer-sex message to viewers. There is already a law in place in California that requires condom use in adult movies, but lead sponsor of Proposition 60, Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, says the state isn’t doing enough to enforce it.

This heavy-handed approach fails to acknowledge that industry performers undergo testing for HIV and STD infection every two weeks as standard. In fact there has not been an HIV transmission case linked to the industry in 12 years. 

Adult performers say that in some cases condoms can actually increase risk by causing friction and tearing, and they want the freedom to make their own choices. Proposition 60 is a violation of their civil rights.

Driving the industry underground

Earlier legislation – the notorious Measure B – drove a lot of the adult industry out of LA, resulting in economic losses to the state. It also forced elements of the adult film industry underground, increasing the vulnerability of performers by exposing them to more dangerous work.

A YES vote for Proposition 60 has the potential to intensify this situation.

Strong opposition from all sides

Prop 60 is being opposed not just by Californian adult performers and producers, but also by major newspapers and political organizations in the state, and public interest groups such as the Free Speech Coalition.

The Los Angeles County Commission on HIV, Equality California and AIDS Project Los Angeles are all opposing Prop 60, putting the lie to the implication that it is primarily intended to protect health. Members of both the state Democratic and Republican parties are also on record as opposing Proposition 60. 

The MetArt Network has joined the protest against Prop 60 to safeguard the privacy and freedom of choice of all those involved in creating and enjoying adult entertainment. We hope you’ll join us in voting NO to Proposition 60.

 

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    Rose 4 hours ago

    I did help with the dialogue, Jimf, but the ideas came from Cindy herself. The storyline about her having retrained as a sex therapist is absolutely true! Glad you enjoyed it, I think she's dynamite. I loved every second and definitely plan to try and tempt her back again :-)

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    lesvoyuer 9 hours ago

    I do hope you will release the photographs on this shoot. I always like what SexArt does, offer the movie and if you want to see the grids have at it. If all you do is watch movies then you wonder what spot in the movie was that great shot? And where Caomei is concerned there are tons of them. I bet she would like to see them too.

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    Jimf 14 hours ago

    Enjoyed that a lot. Liza's breasts are superb. The dynamics are great. So when do we see more of Cindy? She is a real turn-on. Calling for Dr. Hope 2 in the not too distant future - or anything that includes Cindy.

    Did you write that script, Rose?

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    BlueBaron 15 hours ago

    Cristal resembles a young Sarah Vandella without the absurdly large fake breasts but also without Ms. Vandella's breathtaking hourglass figure fashioned though years of long hours in the gym. I could do without the former but my problem with many of the Czech models is probably cultural: most are so skinny and lack muscle definition. Some don't appear to work out regularly.

    Silvia is remarkably fit. But you can see the scars from her breast enlargement surgery. There's a way to perform that procedure entering through the armpit area that leaves no marks on the breasts. Perhaps it's a matter of expense.

    As for tattoos, that is more a generational thing. To younger eyes they're an adornment; a form of self-expression. To mine they're a willful disfigurement. 😳

    The performances were so-so. Kissing was pro forma rather than passionate and deep. The reason you oil up for the sheer sensual pleasure of rubbing bodies together in a long, languid fashion. Here's it more like lube.

    Although this is purely a matter of taste, I judge the quality of a GG film by how long it takes before the gals go for each other's nipples and vaginas and you can't just go from the one to the other. There is an entire, and usually lovely, female torso in between, chests and necks above, legs and feet below. And, behind all of that, is the beauty of a well-found female back and backside.

    Much is made of how BG scenes lack sensuality and appear more like mating than sex. Many of us drawn to GG scenes are looking for more, much more. In fairness, it's a lot to ask and it can't be easy for every performer to accomplish or every filmmaker to direct and capture.

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    Rose 1 day ago

    Such a gorgeous girl, and I love the evidence that she's a natural redhead :-)

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    Vikinglover69 2 days ago

    Love Anita C..where can the set be found where she's sitting on the bench? I'd love to see the whole thing. She looks super sexy..

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    Wilhelm 2 days ago

    Amirah is heel mooi en daarom ben ik blijven kijken. Wel een enrverend muziekje.

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    Rose 2 days ago

    The perfect climax to this fun series! Cindy really is naughty, tempting Liza Kolt (a delicious debut!) and sexy Luna Corazon to let go of their inhibitions... it's made all the more perfect because you know Cindy really believes what she is saying, and takes so much pleasure in spreading the joy :-)

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    Mimi01 3 days ago

    Cindy, Queen of queens :)

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    Rose 3 days ago

    That sounds very cool indeed... I've never used one of these huge vibrating wants. They seem a little too much of a good thing! My favorite is a tiny little one that slips onto a fingertip, so you can use it while fucking :-)

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