Who Is The Texas Outlaw? Exotic Male Model? Seducer of Women? Legendary Performer?
If you THINK you know The Texas Outlaw, you wrong! But if you want to get to know the man behind the whip, then here it is! All is revealed! From his humble beginnings in Texas, to his transformation into a world traveling global icon! Finally, the story behind the legend of The Texas Outlaw can be told! For more information, CLICK HERE.
Get fit like 50 Cent: The phenomenally fit superstar rapper reveals his strategic six-week workout plan for achieving a ripped body—and developing the mental toughness to stay in shape for a lifetime. Through metabolic resistance training (MRT), 50 Cent's fitness plan breaks down the barriers between traditional weight training and cardio workouts, accelerating fat loss while building muscle and improving overall fitness. Designed for a six-week rollout for total mind-body transformation, the Formula 50 regimen builds willpower while it builds physical power. In addition to motivation, nutrition is another key element; readers will discover the unique dietary combinations that fuel 50 Cent's workouts. The result is a body you've always dreamed of—and the mindset to attain the rest of your dreams. For more information, CLICK HERE.
In 1974, playwright Ntozake Shange published For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf. The book would go on to inspire legions of women for decades and would later become the subject and title of a hugely popular movie in the fall of 2010. While the film was selling out movie theaters, young black gay men were literally committing suicide in the silence of their own communities. For Colored Boys, addresses longstanding issues of sexual abuse, suicide, HIV/AIDS, racism, and homophobia in the African American and Latino communities, and more specifically among young gay men of color. The book tells stories of real people coming of age, coming out, dealing with religion and spirituality, seeking love and relationships, finding their own identity in or out of the LGBT community, and creating their own sense of political empowerment. For Colored Boys is designed to educate and inspire those seeking to overcome their own obstacles in their own lives. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Multi-platinum, Grammy award–winning rapper and best-selling author LL Cool J shares the secrets to his enviable physique and, perhaps even sexier, his hard-earned contentment and peace of mind. His high-energy, no-nonsense program includes a 30-day workout regimen designed to build lean, sexy muscles and a breakthrough diet plan that can help you shed up to 20 pounds in just 4 weeks—even with weekend cheat meals! It's not just about how to get fit, but you can—and deserve to be—your best self. For more information, CLICK HERE.
For successful African-American businesswoman Zoe Reynard, finding the pleasure she wants, the way she wants it, is not worth the risk of losing everything she has: marriage to the man she has loved since childhood, a thriving company, and three wonderful children. But Zoe feels helpless in the grip of an overpowering addiction... to sex. Finding a compassionate woman therapist to help her, Zoe finally summons the courage to tell her torrid story, a tale of guilt and desire as shocking as it is compelling. From the sensitive artist with whom she spends stolen hours on rumpled sheets to the rough and violent man who draws her toward destruction, Zoe is a woman desperately searching for fulfillment—and something darker, deeper, and perhaps deadly. As her life spins out of control and her sexual escapades carry her toward a dangerous choice, Zoe is racing against time to uncover the source of her “fatal attraction" — as chilling secrets tumble forth from the recesses of a woman's mind, and perilous temptations lead toward a climax that can threaten her sanity, her marriage... and her life. For more information, CLICK HERE.
As one of today's most beloved personalities on TV and hailed by People as the country's hottest bachelor, Mario Lopez is arguably known as much for his glowing personality as he is for his rock-hard abs. In his first diet book, Extra Lean, Lopez imparts his fool-proof plan for permanent weight loss while eliminating the guilt from enjoying the foods you love. With over 40 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes and a seven-week meal plan, Extra Lean is the complete program to change your body and the way you eat for life. For more information, CLICK HERE.
AJ Richardson, the hero of E. Lynn Harris's raucous latest, has been the secret boyfriend of NBA star Drayton Jones for seven years. AJ is only too happy to keep their relationship under wraps—after all, with European trips and spending sprees financed by Dray, what's there to complain about? But when gold-digger Judi Ledbetter nets Dray and his fat wallet, things get tricky. Soon, they're married, Judi gets pregnant, and she's gunning to drive AJ out of Dray's life permanently. Blackmail, intrigue and double-crosses round out this fun little romp. For more information, CLICK HERE.
While it may seem impossible to imagine, LL Cool J didn't always have a diesel body—he chiseled it the old-fashioned way, with hard work and discipline. Together with his longtime trainer, Dave "Scooter" Honig, LL developed a revolutionary workout system that not only burns away body fat for good but also built the amazing muscle and flawless physique you see in every one of his latest music videos. In LL Cool J's Platinum Workout, LL let you in on the secrets of his transformation with his uniquely creative, yet no-nonsense regimen—enlivened with humor and sheer force of personality—he will inspire you to enjoy working out as never before, while building a body you never thought possible. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Wyatt O'Brian Evans brings us Nothing Can Tear Us Apart (NCTUA) – Uncensored, the exciting and compelling story of Wes and 'Tonio-- two masculine men of color (one African-American, one Latino) who confront daunting obstacles and struggles which jeopardize their monogamous relationship. From the very first page, Evans has the reader on the edge of their feet. Compelling characters, intrigue, violence, and lots of bawdy sex -— what more could a reader want? For more information, CLICK HERE.
Terrell Owens believes that everyone is capable of finding their ideal body. Whether you want to slim down or bulk up, develop explosive speed or increase your endurance, define your abs or fine-tune your form, T.O.'s Finding Fitness will unlock your potential with a diet and exercise plan tailored to your fitness goals. Inside T.O.'s Finding Fitness, Owens shares complete workout routines for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Get inspired today: take control, make the mind-body-spirit connection, and find your own best body. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Actor-turned-detective Tennyson Hardwick has solved two high-profile deaths in Hollywood, but nothing has prepared him for a race to save a child's life. Tennyson's past in the sex game cost him his new girlfriend, and he brings her to Cape Town, South Africa—a scenic film destination and playground for the rich—to try to win her back. There Tennyson is hired as a bodyguard by superstar Sofia Maitlin when she visits an orphanage to adopt an African child, Nandi. When Nandi's birthday goes dreadfully wrong, it's up to a guilt-ridden Tennyson to save a child's life and reunite a Hollywood family. Tennyson knows that finding Nandi might cost him his freedom—-or his life. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Ready to achieve that toned, hard body you've always wanted and have fun while doing it? Start your knockout fitness journey with expert Mario Lopez and gear up for results. Mario's cutting-edge workout program provides easy-to-use, enjoyable methods for sculpting muscle, melting fat, and looking great. Unique exercises will keep you focused in and out of the gym, and creative meal plans will satisfy. You'll also learn the value of endurance activities like dancing, swimming, and running; discover 10-minute tone-ups and tips for a healthier lifestyle; and begin the quest for a better you in three simple, proven phases. If you want a program that works and includes visible results, then Mario Lopez's Knockout Fitness is a must. For more information, CLICK HERE.
International superstar, Ricky Martin, who has sold more than 60 million albums worldwide, opens up for the first time about memories of his early childhood, experiences in the famed boy band Menudo, struggles with his identity during the "Livin' la Vida Loca" phenomenon, reflections on coming to terms with his sexuality, relationships that allowed him to embrace love, and life-changing decisions like devoting himself to helping children around the world and becoming a father. Me is an intimate memoir about the very liberating and spiritual journey of one of the most iconic pop-stars of our time. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Anyone who thinks that men are by nature more sexual than women or that African-American women are especially inhibited hasn't read Zane. Here, she presents an erotic read in three parts: Wild, Wilder, and Off Da Damn Hook. With a unique ability to tell it like it is -- and also to tell it like it could be in your wildest dreams -- Zane crafts stories about everyone from the sensual housewife who wants her husband to experiment more to a secret underground sorority of women that organizes some rather unconventional social events. By turns tender and outrageous, The Sex Chronicles is a pleasure from beginning to end. For more information, CLICK HERE.
The hottest performers of color gathered on Saturday night for the fourth annual Urban X Awards show.
Hosted by Nyomi Banxxx and Alexander DeVoe, the Urban X Awards were created to recognize achievement by the porn stars, producers, directors, agencies and companies who produce Black, Latin, Asian and interracial adult content. The winners are voted for by fans on the awards website.
Spantaneeus Xtasty, Justin Long, Shyla Stylez, Kelly Starr, Sara Jay, Francesca Le, India, Lisa Ann, Suave XXX, Jack Napier, ManDingo, Jade Hsu and Mr. Pete into the Urban X Hall of Fame.
Awards, Bang Bros Network, Black Ice, Black Market Entertainment, Brian Pumper, Jack Napier, Jada Fire, Justin Long, Lexington Steele, Lisa Ann, Lucas Stone, ManDingo, Marco Banderas, Nyomi Banxxx, Porn, Porn Stars, Prince Yahshua, Silverback Entertainment, Urban X Awards, West Coast Productions, Wicked Pictures
Soul Sistas stars Morning Star, Carmen Hayes, Danni Dior, Melrose Foxxx, Stacie Lane, Sledge Hammer, Rock The Icon, Q., Justin Long, Jon Jon and John E. Depth.
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For a long time I have been concerned, stressed, and pissed off to say the least about the state of racial relations in the adult industry. I too have been guilty to some point as of late by conversing with female stars that don't do IR. In hindsight this was bad, and full hearty. I am far from a racist having been born to a Black father, and a white mother. My father was never around (in fact I have only met him four times in my life and haven't spoken with, or seen him in over 20 years), and thus I was raised by my white mother and my half sister who is also mixed Black and white. Growing up in Oregon partially, I have experienced my share of racism. However, until entering the adult industry, I had never experienced it on such a massive level, and had to endure it on a day to day basis. With growing up with my mothers' side of the family only, I have always been around white people. Growing up however, I have had Black influences, as my aunt and mother only dated Black men, and visiting and eventually living with my aunt who was the first white woman to ever live in the notorious projects of Seaside, CA.
Enough about my life... LOL. So, Today I have canceled what work I had in LA and informed my agents that effective immediately, I will no longer be doing any sort of IR porn. This decision, was not easy. I am NOT racist as I have stated and obviously could not be with a white mother and family. I will suffer from this decision no doubt, but I feel the the mental anguish will be less of a burden then the financial. I feel horrible thinking that this is the only way for people to know exactly how I feel, and more over, the only way for me to yell out if you will "what the fuck, this is bullshit". Some will say, "well you are being racist yourself in this decision". I would have to agree. It is wrong for anyone to say they won't work with someone because of skin color or nationality. However, what is a Black star to do if he/she is fed up with the racial profiling he/she has to endure everyday in this industry? This is not just about getting between contract stars' legs. This is about the fact that every solid thing that a Black star is not allotted to earn in the adult industry can be led back to three simple things; agents telling girls "no interracial" or convincing them not to do IR, big companies refusing to shoot a fair percentage of content involving Black talent, and girl being given the choice of whether they want to choose co-talent solely on the basis of skin color, or nationality.
This whole situation saddens me to no end. I am pissed off that I served in the military, to protect the freedoms of the same people that would discriminate. I am pissed off that I served in the military, and this is what my country does for me, i.e.: nothing - continues to allow discrimination in my work place. So, the normal way this goes down is a girls' statement: "I don't do IR. I'm sorry, it's nothing personal". How the fuck could it NOT be personal when a girl tells you that she will NOT work with you because of the color of your skin? Even worse it's not the color of your skin obviously, because these same girls work with European and Latin darker skinned male stars that are not labeled Black. The same contract and non-contract stars that say they don't do IR are still working with non-white performers. To make it worse a percentage of them are trying or are getting fucked off screen by Black males, either talent or civilian. So, is IR just a term 'cause it sure in the hell doesn't mean anyone not of that girls' nationality. For example, if an Asian girl doesn't do IR, it should mean she only works with Asian male stars right? Well, that's not the case. It means she will work with anyone that is not labeled Black by the adult industry. Some girls say "I don't like the movies that they put me in when I do IR. So I don't do it." Guess what? We Black people don't like the movies that makes us look like we just degrade white girls either. Do you realize that Black male stars' staple often times is shooting BBW movies (nothing wrong with BBW, I adore a lot of them, and they rarely have attitude which is so common among female stars), but when was the last time you saw a top white or non-Black male star have to staple his income with BBW shoots? I'm a skinny brotha. Again nothing wrong with BBW women (and I mean that), I have gone out with some in my personal life, because looks and a body aren't everything, but I'm just trying to show the very uneven contrast in the industry.
Is being Black a target? Is it the kiss of death in the industry? A couple male performers I know are Black, but very light skinned, and seem to work with these girls on a regular basis as they have not been LABELED Black. Non-IR girls have no issues shooting with them, so you would think maybe it's just the color of the skin, but then you get to darker European, Asian and Latino male talent and all of a sudden brown skin has no bearing. So, does "it's not personal" continue to fly as a real statement? Absolutely not. Girls and agents like to say that saving IR extends the life of a girls' career. I have very serious doubts about that and will use a star I have worked with many times as an example. This girl has shot IR from day one in the industry (as far as I am aware). Very early in her career I had shot with her more then any male in the industry (white, Black or other). Now she is arguably the biggest contract star in the world. So tell me exactly how did IR extend or hurt her career. The fact is that non-IR girls use Black male talent as stepping stones, and that is morally bankrupt in thought and action. Girls are permitted to do IR and then not do IR and then start to do it again when there work slows. The sad part is Black male talent are willing to shoot with these girls, and basically telling them it's OK to exhibit this moral lacking behavior, and it's alright to disrupt our income. Black males are telling these girls that we are OK with the scraps that they are throwing are way.
The fact is every girl that refuses to do IR is saying (regardless if they speak the words) "I'm doing whats best for me and I don't care what happens to you (Mr. Black male talent)." Every girl that refuses or dips in and out of doing IR affects every Black male stars' annual income. If contract stars did IR, your damn right I and others would have more scenes, because we have directors that would kill for those scenes. It is the same with all non-IR shooting females. Black males have no problem if the girls are selective in their choosings of who they shoot with and who the won't shoot with. That's fine, but to just say "sorry your Black"... Hello wake the fuck up! It's offensive, and then to follow it up with "it's nothing personal", that just makes us even more angry because there is no way to take it but personal. The girl will take 10 cocks in a day, ass, pussy, and mouth and multiple cocks at a time as long as none of them are Black? Come on, we are Black, not stupid.
So people ask, "Why do you even care?" Here are just a few answers. For awards they look at the top girls' movies. So if Blacks can't work with the top girls then how do WE get looked at or even come close to getting awards. I would sure like to fly to Jamaica or Hawaii to shoot a feature. No Go. This is just a couple of trickle down effects, and it doesn't even scratch the surface. Does any one think it weird that at AVN there are 15 males nominated for Best Male Performer and every year there are never more than three Black males in that category, and 95% of the time it's won by a white or I'll say non-Black performer that is hooked-up with the Vivids and Wickeds and VCAs of the industry. However, even more funny is if you look at the nominees for Most Unsung Male Performer at AVN, there are usually around 8 or 9 guys nominated and the list is predominately Black male performers. How about equality? It's just an idea. How many non-Black males are under contract right now? How many Black males are under contract right now? How many white females are under contract right now? Now how many Black females are under contract right now? Starting to get the picture? Black people are starving and getting real jobs and leaving the industry 'cause they can't pay their bills, but their counterparts are like nothin' major has happened because half are under contract with guaranteed money and the other half are working because the economy put mostly smaller companies out of biz not the big ones. So, who do you think shot the majority of IR? Smaller companies. Follow Twitter. Sure some is a lie, but you will see people post "I'm working", "I'm on set". Start keeping track and tell me what you see over a week and then let's chat.
This is trickle down economics people. Top white girls refuse to work with Black males. Top companies refuse to shoot Black males. Top companies, and girls often could give a flying fuck about Black females. How is it that Black females on average make less, and work less than white females? How is it that often even if a Wicked or VCA or Digital Playground shoots a feature and has a Black talent in it? It's like one Black talent out of a cast of like 7 or more. Are they really saying that, that is how the world is normally? Or is this their own private little white world? Last time I checked, Black pirates were common in the 1700s. Also last time I checked Blacks were a strong majority in the military. So how are war movies gonna have one Black guy out of an entire military unit? For too long the industry has (in large part) just used Black people as tokens. Unfortunately for the Blacks and fortunate for the world, Black people in this business are too damn stupid to stand together and say enough is enough. Too many people looking out for themselves, and worrying about what the company owners will say. Here's a clue, big company owners don't give a fuck about Black talent. Behind closed doors to many we are "NIGGERS". That's fact, that's the way of the world is.
They like our music, and love our food, and women, but despise us, and will never look at us as equals, and this is the same conclusion drawn from some Blacks in the industry when told "I'm sorry I don't do IR, nothing personal though". Funny, a friend (white female star) just texted me back after I canceled our content shoot (told her I was no longer doing IR) her response was, "Did I do something wrong?" Guess it goes to show we all have an issue being told your money is gonna get fucked up because of the color of your skin, huh? I'm tired, I don't want to yell, I don't want to have a target on my back, and I don't want to lose work or have to cause waves, but I also don't want to feel like some fuckin' leper at work either. I would rather be judged as an individual when it comes to talent selection. Does color have to come in sometimes? Yes of course, you can't have a Black man play George Washington anymore than you could have a white woman play Whoopi Goldberg. Do you have any idea what it feels like to go to work and have 60% of your co-workers say, "Sorry won't work with you, you're Black"? Trust me, it's a shitty feeling, and then to have your advancement opportunities capped because you can't work with some of that 60%. Shit now you'll just get mad. My actions and reactions are in direct correlation with the actions and inflammatory speech and actions that are being taken and enacted against people of my color.
The racism and discrimination needs to stop. Equality has been earned.
For the first time ever, 20 year adult film legend Steven St. Croix opens up about what it's really like to be a male performer in the adult business. With honesty and brevity, he answers questions long asked by fans and others curious as to the inner workings of the adult star's life. Questions ranging from his rise in the industry, what happens on set when shooting, his films, his co-stars, crazy sex on and off camera, the myth of fluffers, plastic surgery nightmares, drug use, mafia control, HIV and STDs, how cheaply the films are made and the recent mandatory condom law passed in Los Angeles and how performers are perceived by the industry as a whole. All this and much more are all answered here in a shockingly raw, insightful but respectful manner. For more information, CLICK HERE.
In the most anticipated erotica title this year, the story of Xtube.com's most popular porn couple is told by the two guys who lived it. Sparing no detail, the Maverick Men recount the steamy circumstances of how they met, fell in love, and transformed themselves from two regular guys into Internet celebrities. Along with hot sex and funny vignettes, we learn who these guys really are, and what their secret to success has been. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Back in 1974, the sexual revolution was in full swing and the adult entertainment business was on the verge of becoming Big Business. Deep Throat had created America's first porn star in 1972, but by 1974 Linda Lovelace was already retired and the industry was seeking the next big thing. Vanessa del Rio should have been that thing, except in 1974 there were no ethnic sex stars. Undeterred, Vanessa took any role they'd give her, because, amazingly, she was there for the sex more than the money. Fans, awed by her ferocious onscreen sexuality, made her a top box office draw and America's first Latina star. Retired since 1986, Vanessa del Rio remains a sexual icon who cuts across all ethnic boundaries. What her fans don't know is that her real life was, and is, as wild as anything she did on film. For more information, CLICK HERE.
The most successful African American in gay adult film, Bobby Blake has appeared in over one hundred movies. In My Life in Porn, Blake for the first time goes behind the scenes of the sex industry to reveal intimate stories that are sexy, fascinating, and sometimes disturbing. Blake also shares his private spiritual struggle and the quest for love. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Through his erotic poetry and spoken word, Aaron Powell shows us the gritty down-low Blatino lifestyle, where you can indulge in the secret lives of men who are seeking sex, love, acceptance, and more sex. When you are Behind Concrete Doors, you will get a peek at the dirty deeds done in barbershops, and bump bubble butts with your favorite news anchor in the club. Experience the raw emotions of not having to hide sexual identity, and losing a friend to AIDS. There's also sex. Let Powell take you Behind Concrete Doors and you'll be left wanting more. For more information, CLICK HERE.
When the Lights Go Out: The Truth About Black Male Prison Sexuality is a no-holes-barred look into the range of human sexuality among Black men in prisons and jails. Brother Hassan explores the impact of Hip Hop, education, religion, and a multitude of other factors on how Black men see their own sexuality. The book is the culmination of a study that Brother Hassan conducted among over 2,000 current and former Black male prison inmates, a study of human sexuality, sexual identity politics within the prison social fabric, and the separation of fact from myth as it relates to long held stereotypes of prison sexual abuse. For more information, CLICK HERE.
No one knows sex better than all time favorite, award-winning porn star Mr. Marcus. So, who else to turn to when you want to turn up the heat in your bedroom? Humorous, arousing and candid, Mr. Marcus offers a practical approach to achieving a great sex life, by showing you how to feel more confident about yourself, how to achieve greater intimacy with your partner, how to get creative in the bedroom, but also how to keep it creative—in and out of the bedroom. Each chapter contains insider anecdotes from Mr. Marcus' own experiences (on and off screen) to further illuminate his lessons. Practical, playful and erotic, The Porn Star's Guide to Great Sex is real advice for real people as Mr. Marcus shows you how to achieve greater sexual satisfaction and how to tap into your own potential for the great sex life that you deserve. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Ever wonder what life is behind the G-String--what goes down in the world of male exotic dancing? Finally, here it is G-String Dreams: True Confessions of a Male Exotic Dancer, the tell-all book about one of the world's most secretive professions amongst men. The author takes you on his personal journey into his life from a childhood of abuse and molestation to the struggles and decisions that led to his chosen profession. In full detail, with no sugarcoating, the book also details the intimate underground world of stripping and dancing for men. The author also shares his experiences, thoughts and views about parenting, relationships, STD's and domestic violence. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Almost all of those involved in making "commercial" gay pornographic movies began as amateurs in a field that had virtually never existed before, either as art or commerce. The gay porn film industry grew dramatically during the next thirty years and transformed the way men—gay men in particular—conceived of masculinity and their sexuality. Bigger Than Life tells that story. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Come along and we'll go behind the scenes and into the dreams of some of your favorite fantasy men. Learn about their careers, their goals, their turn-ons, and their "game." These stars have no problem spilling about what it takes to make it in the jizz biz. Rising STARZ features: Aarin Driver, Austin Wilde, Bruno Bond, Conner Habib, Damien Crosse, David Taylor, Dominik Rider, Erik Hunter, Ethan Wolfe, Ian Rock, Kirk Cummings, Logan Mccree, Markus Ram, Mike Dreyden, Race Cooper, RJ Danvers, Ross Hurston, Scott Alexander, Skye Woods, Tony Buff, Tristan Jaxx and Tristan Phoenix and Ty Lebeouf. For more information, CLICK HERE.