Meet sexyAlex90's, a young man currently going to college in Texas. He doesn't have a major, yet, but based on his videos we think he should consider Sex Education. (And, of course, he'd always do well in porn ...)
The only thing missing from most of his videos? There isn't much sound. As sexyAlex90 explains, "sorry about not making more noise in the videos but i don't want the roommate to hear." Damn roommates!
Check out his hot video and our interview with this young stud after the jump ...
Adam Sandler is currently working on a new movie called 'Born to Be a Star.' In it a teen discovers his parent's dirty little secret: they acted in porn films in the 70s. So like any good son, he decides to follow in their footsteps by heading to Hollywood to break into adult videos.
The lead has yet to be cast, but Christina Ricci has agreed to play the main character's girlfriend. Sandler will be sticking to writing and producing duties, athough it is always possible he will find his way into a scene.
The last big mainstream movie about people getting into porn was 'Zack and Mira make a Porno' which did not do very well at the box office. “I was so depressed after ‘Zack and Mira Make a Porno’ kind of fizzled at the box office. I was so disappointed,” director Kevin Smith admitted.
Only time will tell if Sandler will hit movie fans' funny boners. The film begins shooting this July.
Ricci to star in Sandler-produced comedy [Entertainment Weekly]
Adam Sandler Prepping Porn-Themed Comedy [XBiz]
52-year-old Johnson Aziga, from Hamilton, Ontario, has been convicted this weekend of first-degree murder for not disclosing his HIV status to partners with whom he engaged in unprotected sex. Seven women became infected, two died of AIDS-related cancers, and four others have since tested negative.
This makes Aziga the first person in Canada to be charged with murder for HIV nondisclosure.
“Safer sex is about the liberating notion that all people — male and female, top and bottom — are either responsible to protect themselves by insisting on safer sex or to assume the risk that they may become HIV-positive if they don’t," activist and writer Sky Gilbert opined. Other activists fear the decision will actually dissuade people from being tested, living in denial about their disease but not being found culpable for spreading it.
The prosecution disagreed. “Normally, we have no interest in what is going on in the bedrooms of HIV positive individuals,” said Crown Attorney Karen Shea. “But when you have circumstances in which the individual is engaging in conduct knowing full well that he is endangering the health and lives of others it’s not only appropriate but completely warranted to invoke the criminal law.”
Man found guilty of murder for not disclosing HIV status [Xtra.ca]
More debate urged after historic HIV murder verdict [The Vancouver Sun]
Romain Mesnil, 31, may have won silver at the 2007 World Championships in Osaka, but the French pole vaulter gained worldwide attention last week when he took to the streets of Paris. He was naked at the time.
Mesnil was looking for a new sponsor after Nike decided not to renew their contract with him. He hoped his little stunt would help secure him a new sponsorship deal.
"In times of crisis you have to come up with a novel approach," explained Mesnil.