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AUGUST MCGREGOR CLOTHES LINE
UFC superstar Conor McGregor has teamed up with high-end men’s clothing designer David August disrupt the traditional menswear space by creating and offering top quality clothing at obtainable prices for the men who have come to appreciate bold, spirited yet sophisticated sartorial style.

Whoop Ass
Embroidered Hooded Sweatshirt
Whoop ass and look good wearing this premium white hooded fleece featuring Conor’s iconic quote in 3d embroidery over an August McGregor screen print. Conor’s favorite for after a workout. Detailed with a double-sided Ireland/USA flag stitched on the hood. $124, available at augustmcgregor.com.

The August McGregor Post T-Shirt
“When I say something is going to happen, it’s going to happen,” and indeed it does. This cut in smooth cotton blend jersey has a loose fit and is silk-screened with a custom designed newspaper print headlined with one of McGregor’s iconic quotes. $56, available at augustmcgregor.com.

Excellence is an Attitude T-Shirt
This cut in smooth 100% cotton jersey t-shirt has a loose fit and is silk screened with red accent. This premium t-Shirt is as soft as they come. $56, available at augustmcgregor.com.

DENIZEN from Levi’s Slim Taper Fit 286 Alexander
DENIZEN from Levi’s Men’s 286 Slim Taper Fit Jeans offer the perfect mix of modern style and all-day comfort. Crafted from premium denim that flexes and moves with you, these Slim Taper jeans fit slim through the seat and thigh and are tapered from knee to ankle. $29.99, available at target.com.

Mark Nason
Lite Block Geffen Lace-Up Shoes
These casual lace-up shoes from Mark Nason are really comfortable. The classic, yet modern design will look great with your jeans and button front shirt. $73.99, available at stage.com.

CADILLAC XT4
“We had a 23-year innovation gap that unfortunately persisted for many decades,” Cadillac spokesman Andrew Lipman admits. Now the Detroit luxury brand is ready to speed past competition with the launch of the all-new 2019 Cadillac XT4, a compact crossover billed as the stately Escalade’s younger sibling.

General Motors’ high-end marque has had its share of recent shakeups—lackluster sales despite a campaign to modernize its image, the departure of its president, and a corporate move from New York City back to the Renaissance Center in Detroit. It hasn’t given up. As Cadillac enters the second phase of its 10-year growth strategy, the brand is forging ahead with plans to launch a new model every six months. Specifically targeted toward the affluent, younger customers luxury brands crave, the XT4 utility vehicle is Cadillac’s most important debut so far—and a late arrival to the market’s most competitive and fast-growing segment.

Powered by an all-new, 237-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, the XT4 is ready to challenge segment stalwarts including the BMW X1, Audi Q3, Mercedes-Benz GLA250, and Volvo XC40. Cadillac engineers say tweaks to the XT4’s engine provide power when you need it and efficiency when you don’t.  Pricing starts at $34,795.

MPG Sport Men’s Long Sleeve Henley
A subtle stripe pattern on this collarless, long sleeve creates a casual-cool look that’s easy to wear from the workweek to the weekend. A split hem detail, flattering stitching and a center front placket with a three-button closure add to its downplayed style. Blending the moisture wicking properties with the breathability of cotton, the result is an everyday long sleeve that embodies luxury. $22.99, available at target.com.

STRIPLVSPORTS - THE GUN RACK - THE LOUDEST BANG YOU'LL NEVER HEAR

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STRIPLVSPORTS - THE GUN RACK - THE LOUDEST BANG YOU'LL NEVER HEAR

By Casey Bridges

When someone says the words, “.50 Cal,” a few words come to mind. However, when you’re hearing a percussion loud enough to shake an entire room, “life-changing” tops the list. Even though there are a few companies out there that make a rifle big enough to handle the power of the 50 BMG round, the big boy on the block is the Barrett. The Barrett .50 cal was designed in 1982 by Ronnie Barrett for the sole purpose of building a .50 cal semi-automatic rifle designated for “anti-material targets” (think jeeps, trucks and helicopters), but some armed forces use it as an “anti-personal” rifle. With such a large round traveling at 3,000 feet per second, the kinetic energy of that round doesn’t simply make a hole in a “soft target” (think meat in a blender).

But don’t think that Barrett is just for military use. The rifles are for sale to the public unless you’re living in California, where the state government has opted to ban the ownership of the .50 caliber round to the public. As a result, Ronnie Barrett decided to ban California law enforcement from using their rifles stating, “Barrett will not support a state or local government that is obviously in violation of the United States Constitution.” But not all states share California’s thought process. Tennessee named the famous Barrett M82 as their state rifle.

Today the rifle is seen in several movies, video games, and TV shows, but with a round coming out of the barrel at almost three times the speed of sound, being on the wrong end of the Barrett will be the loudest bang you’ll never hear. If owning one is not on your bucket list but shooting one is, there are several gun ranges in Las Vegas where you can partake. However, none other than Shoot Las Vegas comes close to the distance. Shoot Las Vegas has targets out to 500 yards, and making that steel target in the distance “ping” will let you cross that item off your bucket list.

Casey Bridges is a Range Safety Officer at Shoot Las Vegas and a former E4 Specialist and Cavalry Scout in The United States Army. Book your shooting experience at shootlasvegas.com.

LION’S DEN LAS VEGAS INSTALLS A CUSTOM ‘KINK BY DOC JOHNSON’ SECTION

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LION’S DEN LAS VEGAS
INSTALLS A CUSTOM ‘KINK BY DOC JOHNSON’ SECTION
By Caroline

Doc Johnson recently collaborated with Lion’s Den Las Vegas to create two new custom “Kink by Doc Johnson” displays, consisting of a window display, and an immersive in-store lifestyle display.

Filled with a variety of “Kink by Doc Johnson” products, the in-store lifestyle display offers an innovative shopping experience that allows customers to discover, pick up and interact with, and learn about various items in the popular collection which they can then purchase in store.

The two window displays are highly visually impactful, featuring Kink-styled mannequins, with two female mannequins in one window and a male mannequin in the other window, light-up signs with Kink’s signature red “K,” a dungeon-style chain backdrop, and the Kink by Doc Johnson tagline: “GEAR YOU CAN TRUST.”

“This collaboration with Lion’s Den has given Doc Johnson an opportunity to make a truly interactive display for their customers,” said Kerin De Francis, Doc Johnson’s Director of Sales. “Once entering the store, you can’t help but gravitate to the Kink section and pick up one of the many testers to consider something fun for play time. This display welcomes experienced and novice customers alike to enjoy, ask questions, and see everything Lion’s Den, Kink, and Doc Johnson has to offer. We thank them for welcoming us in, and helping us create this experience.”

“We were very excited for the opportunity to collaborate with Doc Johnson on this project, and the results are far beyond our expectations,” said Danny Gibson, from Lion’s Den’s Purchasing and Merchandising department. “We’re extremely grateful for all of the creativity, hard work and expertise Kerin De Francis and the

Doc Johnson team have given us, from the design concept to the execution. We believe it’s important for retail spaces to offer truly immersive experiences these days—and we know our customers will enjoy it! The Kink line makes perfect sense for us. due to the wide product range which allows anyone to play around as light or heavy as they choose based on their comfort level and different levels of experience in the fetish world.”

To check out the new in-store Kink experience, visit Lion’s Den Las Vegas at 2923 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive Las Vegas, NV. 89109

 

PORN FAMILY MATTERS

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PORN FAMILY MATTERS

By Lainie Speiser

This week a friend of mine from high school, let’s call her Wendy, popped into my head. I noticed I hadn’t seen her posts on Facebook in a bit and wondered about that because my publicist’s intuition told me she didn’t take a break from social media but decided to take a break from ME. It’s happened before, and lo and behold I was correct.

I’ve been unfriended, blocked and unfollowed on social media for various reasons: 1. I gotta big mouth and a weird sense of humor that not everybody gets, 2. my ex-paramours can’t handle seeing me going about my life without them, 3. because I work in the adult industry and for some reason posts and photos about porn stars offend them and 4. because my followers enjoy following my friends and not all of them are the most balanced or classy people in the world (but as long as they are polite I personally have no problem with them). But in this case, Wendy unfollowed me because of one social media follower, her 24-year-old son, let’s call him Jimi.

I was there when Wendy was pregnant with Jimi and living in New York City’s Chinatown; I was there when she gave birth to him three months premature due to toxemia. And when she shortly after packed healthy baby Jimi down south, I visited mother and childbearing gifts. Her marriage to Jimi’s father was ending, and she had a new man in her life (which followed a series of other so-called “soulmates”), and when she asked me if I could babysit so she could see her new man, I’ll admit, I said no because what the heck. Did I come all the way from New York so I could babysit? No, I don’t think so.

Jimi grew up to be a handsome but shy young man with an interest in the arts, and when he moved to New York City to go to school, I looked out for him in a Dutch aunt sort of way. I took him out to lunch; I bought him a phone when he lost his and gave him money from time to time. Jimi moved back down south and began texting and DMing me about one of my client’s transsexual adult stars, Mia Isabella. Jimi always knew what my vocation was. We never really talked about it as it wasn’t relevant to our relationship, but like any young buck, he followed my clients and me on social media and fell into lust with Mia. He would ask me questions here and there about her, fanboy questions, he would ask me for photos (publicity ones) he could download and keep, and each time we would have these short conversations Jimi would always say, “Please don’t tell my Mom. She hates porn and she hates me watching porn.” And being that Jimi was well over 18 and it was harmless I respected his wishes. And besides, what was I going to do? Text her, “Hey your son sure likes the ladies with a little extra?”

And then Jimi became more curious about the industry, specifically performing in movies. In DM and PMs Jimi told me that he and his friends made some amateur porn and he enjoyed it very much, and was curious about taking it to a more professional level and wanted to know how he could start. I told him the reality of what it is to be a real adult entertainer. I explained there were no real adult industry opportunities where he lived, and if there is anyone who has offered him work in doing scenes, chances are they were shady. I asked him to please not plunge into anything without checking with me. Although he is older than some of my clients, I felt he was more of a follower than a leader, a bit sheltered and thus ripe for being taken advantage of. “This is permanent and life-changing,” I remember writing to him, “Once you do it, there’s absolutely no going back to the way things were for you before.” I told him what it’s like to be a performer on set, what would be expected of him performance-wise and the average pay for beginners and men in general. I suggested he work on his body, hit the gym,

explore his sexuality safely, decide what kind of character he would want to be and then get professional photos taken. I again underlined there was no relevant work where he lived and to go online and research agents and adult film companies. I even sent him flyers from Blacked when they were going to do open calls in Los Angeles. And after a few months of sporadic communication on the subject, I stopped hearing from him as much and didn’t think anything of it. At that age, your interests change like the weather, and I assumed he did about this.

Now it’s not the first time I’ve advised a friend’s son or daughter. Some years ago, another high school friend, one I knew much more casually, contacted me online asking if I could talk to her daughter about going into the industry and the best way to go about it. This mother was a lot more open and sex-positive— her email address WatchMommaSquirt said it all. This mom, let’s call her Abby, wanted her daughter, let’s call her Emily, to do it right if she was going to do it at all. “It’s something I’ve always wanted to do myself because I love sex so much, but I didn’t think I was pretty enough,” Abby told me. And then sent me some photos of her daughter Emily, which were all selfies and not very good ones. They were all face shots with what a barely legal young lady would think were sexy faces but in actuality looked like duck face with protruding lips and such. So sure, I spoke with Emily on the phone.

Emily told me that she, at the age of 19, was still a virgin but a very open-minded and sex-positive one. I told her that the adult industry was a great place to explore one’s sexuality and losing your virginity on set could be a really great publicity stunt (it’s been done before), but of course I went into the whole spiel about really needing to know what she’s getting into, how it will change her life forever and never think that friends, boyfriends, and coworkers won’t find out. That was a mistake many of my clients have made. I mentioned my client, the Duke University student-turned adult star, Belle Knox. “Yes, I love her, that’s why I’m contacting you,” said Emily. “I thought I could start with being a professional nude model. I want to be a Playboy Playmate first.” That set off warning bells in my head right away; nude modeling is a huge jump to doing hardcore porn. I asked her if she actually watched porn on the reg, and she said, “No not really.” Ding, ding, ding!

I told Emily before anything she needs to practice modeling, and the art of modeling. I explained about practicing poses in front of a mirror, finding a photography friend who could take professional photos to widen his/her portfolio. I explained selfies are no judge of true talent and going by what I saw she wasn’t ready yet. And when she was prepared to brace herself for rejection, criticism, more rejection and more criticism , I explained, “People are going to tell you to get a nose job and get a boob job,” I said looking at her amateur shots. “You don’t have to do that, but I know you will hear it.” I also advised her not to go by the positive feedback on social media. “People call people who are hideous beautiful because they are your friends or family or because they are a bunch of horny men.” I told Emily that nude modeling is not a full-time job not anymore and all those women she sees in “Playboy” do other things to make a living; things that are probably related to nude modeling, but other things none the less. That led to me explaining to her how much in reality she would make in general. That was an eye-opener for her. I could hear it in her voice. “That’s all? Really? No residuals?”

 I asked her how often she masturbated, if she uses toys, if she orgasmed easily and if she squirted. I went deep, because the truth is very few people will, and in my opinion they should. I’ve been approached by so many beautiful young women who have told me they are ready to shoot, and when I got one or two an actual job on set, they were terrified, and production either stopped or they barely made it happen. And these people were strangers to me. How could I let the children of the people I grew up with go in cold? I can’t, no matter what I’ve done, no matter what I’ve experienced, no matter how old I am,. You can’t take the semi-religious Yeshiva girl out of my heart. And believe me, I’ve tried. If I even raise my voice to one of my clients, I will feel bad an hour later and apologize. Unless they are being total assholes, of course. I’m not a saint.

Emily and I talked for an hour and then requested me as a friend on Facebook. I liked all of her photos, and when merited I did throw a compliment here and there. I wished her a Happy Birthday, and she did the same for me. She never spoke about nude modeling or porn again, and I haven’t heard from her mother Abby about it either, and too bad for the latter because she’s a hot Irish chick with flaming red hair and a good body, and she’s proud to squirt. I think she’s the one who should try to be a porn star in the MILF genre.

So many parents think I may be a devil resting on their kid’s shoulder. We in the adult entertainment business aren’t like Jehovah Witnesses dressed in latex instead of suits holding copies of “Hustler” instead of “The Watchtower” going door-

to-door looking for recruits. No, we are more like the Jews, like Rabbis, and if you want to convert you have to knock on our door and do it not once, but three times before we let you in and know you’re serious about it. We don’t need to recruit; there are thousands upon thousands of young people waiting to turn 18 so they can be the next Jenna Jameson. But still, the fear is real. More than a few of David’s friends told us they were not bringing their son to our wedding because “he’s easily influenced” or “easily excitable.” I told one concerned mother that I was getting married, not planning an orgy. And not only did we have a priest and a rabbi, but my elderly parents would be there, and my clients and adult star friends weren’t there to seduce young and nubile college students. They were there because they love me.  What I really wanted to say was, I’ve seen your kids, they aren’t that good looking.” In an ironic twist, the person I should have warned everybody about was David’s father, who at the age of 81, came on to pretty much every single female in the reception. Big or small, Timothy Healy palmed the ass of them all.

So, I contacted Jimi on Instagram this week, and he told me his mother Wendy went through his phone and found our conversations. “I’m sorry Lainie. I told her that I was the one asking you all of the questions and that you were just being nice. By the way, you’re right I would have to go to LA if I want to get started,” he wrote and then he went on to say that Wendy was shocked and upset that he was watching transgender female porn. “She thinks porn is bad for me. I know she treats me like I’m still a kid.” I can’t say I wasn’t offended at that part particularly. Wendy never struck me as a homophobe. She was educated and had a diverse group of friends in New York. We grew up together, and she was a dork, the sort of person you see on a show like “Glee.” She broke into dance in the middle of crossing a street. She worshipped Prince and David Bowie and wore a ratty army jacket all through her freshman year in high school. Wendy was also not at all shy with her own body; she went through more men by the age of 21 than most middle-aged women have. But of course, she claimed she was in love with every man she spread her legs for, as some women use that label to justify being one dick-loving bitch.

Why didn’t Wendy talk to me first? We’ve known each other for over 30 years, had been through some shit together. And when she was homeless, I invited her to stay with my parents for however long she needed. But that was life before porn, and when she was a lot younger, around Jimi’s age. “It’s okay,” I said, “No worries, don’t feel bad, it’s not your fault. But I think it’s time you moved out of your Mom’s house and grew up a little. You’re almost a quarter of a century years old.” I didn’t feel any remorse for talking to Jimi about porn and porn stars; I would do it again. Asking questions is what people should be doing. That’s how you learn about everything. And unless your son or daughter is into barn animals or kiddie porn, there’s no reason on earth you should porn shame anybody. And maybe these parents should remember what rang their bells back in the day and take experience and that knowledge and have an awkward but necessary chat. I can hear Wendy saying, “I stopped being your Facebook friend, but I’m still your real friend.” And when that time comes, I will welcome her back, because us porn people, we believe in second, third and fourth chances, even if the rest of you don’t.

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