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Feb 2011 25

by Brad Warner

Zen Master Genpo Roshi has announced that he is disrobing. To “disrobe” as a Buddhist monk means that you formally quit the Buddhist order and give up your status as a priest and/or monk. Ironically, it was disrobing that got him into trouble in the first place. It seems that Genpo, who is married, had an affair with the woman he was grooming to be his successor.

I never even knew or cared about any of Genpo’s sex scandals (this is not his first) until this one broke. But I have been highly critical of a scam he’s been running for a number of years called Big Mind(r).

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Feb 2011 21

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Squee and Clio

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.


[Squee in Philosophy]

Q: I have this problem…every time I meet a potential girlfriend I end up in the “Friend Zone” and it sucks, hardcore. Just wanted to know how I can avoid this Twilight Zone friend anomaly thing. Thanks.

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Jan 2011 25

by Damon Martin

The porn industry is undergoing some of the same strains and stresses that the music industry has gone through over the last several years as the internet, once thought of as the savior of the adult entertainment business, is now helping to cripple the very animal it once helped thrive.

The free content being provided over the internet via the likes of YouPorn, RedTube and PornHub is taking a chunk of change out of the adult film market, and while the United States economy continues to struggle, people are less and less willing to pay for something that they can simply watch for nothing on their home computer.

According to Alexa.com, 5 of the top 100 websites in the United States are these free ‘tube’ sites. Obviously, Americans are still watching their porn, they’re just not paying for it as much. Industry folks from the adult world have known about this problem for a long time, but it’s simply not something that’s easy to rectify, and now they are being forced to go in other directions to try and find new ways to sell sex.

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Jan 2011 24

by Brad Warner

I’ve been included in a Facebook group made up of people who are trying to plan my high school class’s reunion. I’ve never gone to any of the others – if there even were any others. I was living in Japan when they would have happened.

So last week on this FB group someone posted: “It’s Friday night, what would you have been doing on a Friday night in January back when we were in high school?” And people are posting stuff like they would’ve been out at a party at someone’s house, or with a bunch of friends doing donuts in the school parking lot or cruising by McDonald’s, which was the closest thing Wadsworth, Ohio had to a hang-out spot after the local Red Barn closed down (a prize to anyone who knows what a Red Barn was).

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Jan 2011 24

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Eevie, Morgan and Fabrizia

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.

[Eevie in Four Twenty]

Q: I have a female roommate whom I’ve lived with for a few months shy of 6 years. The kicker is the first two and a half of those years we were dating. Eventually we both realized we weren’t forever and had a very amicable break up. Since neither of us could afford to live alone, and we could obviously tolerate living together – we’re still great friends – we’ve continued being roommates (we even moved once and are planning another). While she’s been dating fairly regularly since our break-up, I’ve just recently started dating again (been working on me stuff). My question is this: when do I bring up the specifics of my living situation? I’ve been pretty open about my roommate being a lady, but can’t decide when it would be best to mention she is also my last girlfriend. Suggestions?

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Jan 2011 24

by Nicole Powers

“The thing you loved as a kid is the thing you should do when you grow up.”
– Larry Charles

Real Time comedian Bill Maher and Borat director Larry Charles are men on a mission: to destroy society’s blind faith in God. The medium they chose to convey their doctrine is not a dusty old book, but an entertaining documentary which highlights the ridiculous aspects of religion, hence its name, Religulous.

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Jan 2011 21

by Darrah de jour

In the United States, faith-based abstinence-only programs in schools have received $ 1.3 Billion in government funding between 1982-2008. This “save yourself until marriage” agenda has a 90% failure rate. Rationalizing this kind of spending on an essentially faith-based agenda – as opposed to comprehensive sex education, which teaches students about birth control, such as condoms, as well as abstinence – in a country that has a supposed buffer (yeah, right) between church and state begs any thoughtful, sex-loving or even moderately literate human being to ask WTF?

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