Sex News: Lisa Ann, Sex Slave Ring Busted, & Sperm Bank Porn

by Lola Byrd on October 30, 2015

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In 2013, Lisa Ann was hosting a popular Sirius XM radio program, “Stripper Town,” a show that recounted the best and worst experiences of exotic dancers and their customers. However, she wanted to transition to sports radio, her love affair with sports beginning as early as adolescence when she’d watch Tom Landry’s Cowboys with her dad, and each year she estimates she attends as many as 50 games. Ann gained widespread fame five years earlier when “Who’s Naylin Paylin?” — a porn parody of former Alaska governor and vice president nominee Sarah Palin — was released on the same day as the 2008 presidential election. It’s hilarious and somehow managed to perfectly blend the absurdity of American politics with hardcore sex. Immediately it became the best-selling video of the year and Ann, who played Palin, became an international icon.

Fantasy sports with a fantasy woman, makes sense.

Currence believed he would soon purchase the women from the agents, who posed as human traffickers. The creep previously told the agents that he wanted a “housekeeper with benefits” who would “take care of things, clean the house, take care of me,” court records reveal.

“These slaves will never leave,” Currence said. “I’m not looking for love, they’re just going to be in here and they are going to be serving.”

But Currence wouldn’t be the one doing the shackling. Instead, the feds cuffed him two months later when he traveled to Arizona to buy two women at what he believed was a slave auction.

Seven years in prison is not long enough.

Teresa Randolph, the cheery owner of New York Fertility Services—which is not a sperm bank, but has a sperm collection room for their fertility procedures—told me about the grey legalities involved in procuring pornography for a sperm bank.

“Obviously, you have to stock the collection room with pornographic material, because men need inspiration,” she said. “So you have to go to a porn shop to buy these materials. [We don’t ask] employees to buy porn, because that might be considered sexual harassment. My husband and I own the practice, so we do it ourselves.”

Apparently diversity is key and you also don’t want the sperm donors taking too long so something that will get the job done nice and quick is a good bet.

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