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Sexuality and computers

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 62. Chapters: Erotica and pornography websites, Suze Randall, Cybersex, Goatse.cx, Toothing, Technosexual, SuicideGirls, Internet pornography, Angel F, 2 Girls 1 Cup, Abbywinters.com, Child erotica, Regina Lynn, YouPorn, Porn 2.0,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 62. Chapters: Erotica and pornography websites, Suze Randall, Cybersex, Goatse.cx, Toothing, Technosexual, SuicideGirls, Internet pornography, Angel F, 2 Girls 1 Cup, Abbywinters.com, Child erotica, Regina Lynn, YouPorn, Porn 2.0, Violet Blue, Kink.com, DontDateHimGirl.com, Alt.sex.stories, GodsGirls, Grooby Productions, Insex, Big Sister, Bang Bus, Stile Project, Internet Adult Film Database, Adult FriendFinder, AEBN, Heather Corinna, Heather Harmon, Unseen, Teledildonics, Voyeurweb, Whitehouse.com, PornoTube, Arse Elektronika, Television X, Xtube, XandriaCollection, Fictionmania, Thumbnail gallery post, Virtual sex, Literotica, Pornhub, Reality Kings, Gent, Playboy Cyber Club, Brazzers, Carstuckgirls.com, Playboy Cyber Girl, Nowthatsfuckedup.com, Camwhore, Paysite, Swank, MET ART, Mr. Skin, Webtease, Fucking Machines, Blowfish, Beautiful Agony, JustUsBoys, Masktv, Amateur Teen Kingdom, Naughty America, Bang Bros, Asian Sex Gazette, Porn Wikileaks, Beaver Hunt, Red Hot TV, Cyber Girl of the Year, The Erotic Review, Redtube, Playboy Online, Petter Hegre, Camgirl, Jewel of Indra, Face time, Lightspeed Media Corporation, Genesis, Wifey's World, Bluedating, Lovegety, Leg Show, Free hosted gallery, Fleshbot, TheSword.com, John Walton, Prepaid porn, Femjoy, Lovegetty, European Girls Adult Film Database, List of PAN dating software. Excerpt: SuicideGirls is a website that features softcore pornography and text profiles of goth, punk and indie-styled young women (although styles reminiscent of the 1940s and '50s pin-up models are also incorporated) who are known as the "Suicide Girls". The site functions as an online community with member profiles, member blogs, message boards, chatrooms, and the option to join networking groups based upon interests. Suicidegirls also features interviews with people from popular and alternative culture, user-submitted news articles, and an online merchandise store. Access to most of the site requires a paid membership. The SuicideGirls website and concept were created by the founding partners of parent company SG Services, Inc., Sean Suhl ("Sean") and Selena Mooney ("Missy Suicide") in late 2001, and based in Portland, Oregon. In 2003, the site operations moved to Los Angeles, California. Suhl and Mooney started the site "just to see hot punk rock girls naked." Mooney has also stated that the purpose of the site is to give women control over how their sexuality is depicted. The site is privately co-owned; in addition to Suhl and Mooney, co-owners include Steve Simitzis (server admin and SG user, "s5") and Simitzis's wife, Olivia Ball (former site programmer and Suicide Girl). According to Moody, the term "suicide girl" comes from Fight Club author and Portland, Oregon resident Chuck Palahniuk, who wrote in his novel Survivor (1999): "It's the same with these suicide girls calling me up." As a trademark applied to the website and related merchandise and media, the term "SuicideGirls" is a single word, though this camel notation is often violated by external sources who split it into two words. The girls themselves are referred to as "Suicide Girls". The website features a community created around the pin-up photos of the Suicide Girls. The members and the models all have the option to have a profile, keep journals, and upload their own photos and videos. There are message

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781156602874

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