Been too busy to check out the news from our parent site – YNOT.com? Read below to catch up on some of YNOT’s top feature stories of the past month… in case you missed it!
This period covers August 15 – September 15
New UK Prime Minister Says Online Safety Bill Needs ‘Tweaks’ – September 13
Newly named Tory Prime Minister Liz Truss announces that they will go forward with passing the controversial UK Online Safety Bill. The bill was designed to protect internet users from harmful online content. This is concerning to our industry because it targets adult websites.
Pascal White – The Man Behind the Sluts – September 8
Read about Pascal White, the brain and brawn behind PascalSubSluts, the rough-sex site that has women lining up to work with him behind and in front of the camera.
Nervous about Governor Gavin Newsom signing the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act? Put your fears to rest in this opinion piece by Gene Zorkin who talks about his reasons for being confident that it will be “eviscerated by the stroke of a judicial pen.”
Keep up to date with the ongoing war on banning books across the country. This time it’s a win for freedom when a Virginia judge dismisses a case against Barnes & Noble, the Virginia Beach public school system, and Oni Press for the books Gender Queer: A Memoir and A Court of Mist and Fury.
Amazon Bullied by UAE to Restrict LGBTQ+ Search – September 1
The attack on the LGBTQ+ community continues across the world as the UAE bans any search results of rainbow LGBTQ+ related products on Amazon including items like rainbow flags. Amazon is forced to comply.
It’s a win for the adult industry when a study in the academic journal Crime & Delinquency finds that porn is not the cause of sexual aggression. 101 men convicted for sexual crimes were interviewed for the report.
De Monia Launches Sexy Sabien Sundays – August 25
Sabien De Monia, adult film star, model, Kink.com director, creator and cam girl is adding one more feather to her cap with “Sexy Sabien Sundays” which will air every Sunday. Read about why she launched it, what she expects to achieve, and more.
Enjoy a video from our very own CEO, Connor Young who discusses the difficult process YNOT went through in determining nominations for the YNOT Cam Awards for 2022. Nearly 2,000 names were suggested and only 125 spots were available. Winners will be announced live on stage at Avalon Hollywood on October 13th.
Keeping a tab on what’s happening in the digital space is important to the adult industry. This article talks about the newest regulations that the Federal Trade Commission are trying to implement regarding commercial surveillance and lax data security.
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Alyssa Collins hails from Minnesota, where snowy days were the perfect excuse to stay warm inside and write. Over the years, she turned that joy into a career and has authored numerous articles for various publications (under pen names). Email Alyssa via email@example.com.