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stars, sex and nudity buzz : 11/30/2012

Katie McGrath's Labyrinth is airing on Showcase Canada on Friday and will also be shown in mid-December on Poland's CANAL Plus.

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Review | The BBC adapts a novel about a mom who used to be a spy

BBC adapts a William Boyd novel about a mom used to be a spy. Her daughter is, well, surprised.

Hayley Atwell created a superhuman soldier to battle the Nazis in “Captain America: The First Avenger.” In “Restless,” the British actress once again puts on the smart, World War II-era wardrobe that suits her so well, but this time she’s the one being fashioned into a weapon of war.

Atwell’s character uses several aliases during Sundance’s new three-hour miniseries, beginning her journey as Eva Delectorskaya, a Russian emigré in Paris. When her brother is murdered by fascists, a British agent recruits her, sweeping her into a fascinating whirlwind of intense schooling. When she asks her mentor Lucas (Rufus Sewell) what to do without a firearm in dangerous situations, he tells her, “Use your intuition. Use your animal instincts.”

With or without guns, we know Eva survives the war, because we’ve already met her as a recent widow living in a countryside cottage straight out of “Howards End.” But her days have none of the afternoon teas or petty class concerns of an E.M. Forster novel. She’s been looking over her shoulder, living as Sally Gilmartin for 30 years with her identity successfully hidden, but now someone is watching her.

The forceful Sally, played with unsettling reserve by Charlotte Rampling, is not about to play defense with the shadowy figures skulking in her woods. She makes the decision to confide in her grown daughter Ruth (Michelle Dockery of “Downton Abbey”), who is understandably incredulous.

“Suddenly I’m half-Russian?” she says, before her mother shocks her further by speaking her native language over coffee. After a few scary encounters of her own, Ruth quickly realizes that Mom might be paranoid, but that doesn’t mean no one’s after her.

A joint production by the BBC and Sundance, adapted by William Boyd from his novel, “Restless” reveals Sally’s history to Ruth and the audience on a need-to-know basis, bouncing back and forth between 1939 and 1976. Introducing Eva’s wartime collaborators amid Europe’s politics during the first years of the war could have muddled the project quickly, but the script, directed by Edward Hall of “MI-5,” succeeds — as long as proper attention is paid.

This is not a show for background entertainment while folding laundry; it demands active engagement, and the payoff is worth it. As a coming-of-age story, an action movie and a spy mystery, “Restless” makes no allowance for disinterested or dull-witted viewing. It’s also a romance, with Lucas seducing his recruit in the calculated, reticent manner that only the British can get away with.

Despite the distractions of her affair, Eva sharpens her skills as an operative during an often-overlooked period. Before the United States joined the Allied forces, a desperate Britain was playing every card in the deck to try to sway public opinion in isolationist America. Eva plants international news reports for a while, but parts of her training — call them trash cans, not dust bins — make it obvious she’s headed stateside.

When she arrives in the fall of 1941, as far as the FDR’s America is concerned, she is the enemy, an invader on U.S. soil who must dodge the FBI as well as agents from other countries. None of them know that the Japanese will soon save the British a lot of trouble by bombing Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 71 years to the day before “Restless” premieres.

What was billed as a routine courier job in New Mexico puts Eva’s life on the line, and her immediate suspicions reveal a true talent for the game. “Restless” doesn’t cheapen her adventure with extended shootouts or explosions, let alone James Bond-style car chases and nifty gadgets. Eva has no one she can turn to. Her wits are her only weapon.

Atwell gets more screen time than Rampling, but the actresses’ confident performances meld seamlessly into a singular feminist hero. Ruth, a self-sufficient single mother in her own right, eventually puts herself in harm’s way to help Sally solve her final puzzle. But at the end, she can only watch as her mother manages her own affairs, shotgun in hand.

After years of cryptic exchanges in hotel lobbies, gunfire in the dark woods and pillows used as silencers, Eva has learned her lessons, and she passes them on to her daughter: Trust no one else. Trust only your instincts.


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21-years old Texan Laura O’Neall : Zoltan Tombor [Nero Homme] 2012
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Q: How did you get started in the industry?
Laura O’Neall: My mom signed me up for a back-to-school fashion show for JC Penny’s when I was 6 years old and I just loved it. I thought it was like dance and ballet and just pirouetted down the runway. Later on I was signed to an agency in Houston, but there really wasn’t a whole lot of work. Then I later moved to NYC and signed with AIM Model Management.
Q: Unfortunately, there is a stereotype that models are not intelligent, and that they are just walking coat hangers that use their great looks to make a lot of money. How do you feel about that perception?
Laura O’Neall: Every one stereotypes or prejudges another person for a variety of reasons and you cannot control that. I don’t let a lot people, until I get to know them well, know that I am model because people have mixed feelings about modeling as a career choice. I would rather people get accustomed to my personality first and realize that I am not the negative model stereotype. I am not modeling to have a fast, glamorous life; if that is why someone enters the industry they won’t last very long. I love fashion and I want to have a long career.

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her body structure is much more suited to nude modeling than strutting on the catwalk.
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Italian model Valentina Bizzotto photographed by Marco Michieletto.
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Carina Lima : José Ferreira


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FEMEN attack

from Femen vimeo site

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Leaked General Petraeus Sex Tape
Wikileaks recovered a tape earlier this week that contains damning evidence of the multiple –MULTIPLE– breaches of national security perpetrated by CIA director David Petraeus.


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TV: HBO Develops Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods' into 6-Season TV Series; Gaiman Currently Penning the Script

HBO is currently developing Neil Gaiman's acclaimed novel, "American Gods" into a TV series. The plan is to have a six-season run, which will have ten to twelve episodes, approximately forty-million dollars in budget and a ton load of - hopefully - skillful use of CG. American Gods is targeting a premiere some time next year, which explains how Gaiman is already working on the script.
The novel, which was a massive success in both commercial and critical airwaves, received a lot of good comments from critics and awards from gigantic cultural initiatives. It's a depiction of Gods and other myth figures living on modern society, whose powers greatly depend on how much belief people put upon them. Greco-Roman, Nordic, Hindu, Egyptian, and Judeo-Christian pantheons will be in sight, but the book sprung up some new figures to eye on, which what makes the series - personally speaking - exciting.
Tom Hanks (Cloud Atlas) and producer Gary Goetzman (Larry Crowne) are involved and taking production job, which only mean their production company Playtone should appear around somewhere. 
Gaiman, as aforementioned is penning the script and via Twitter, he announced that he's at work on the pilot episode script, which means we're in full swing. As HBO novel book-to-small screen deals go, fans have every reason to celebrate as dirty elements such as sex, violence and drugs shall be around, especially if we think about how they went with popular adaptations like The Game of Thrones and True Blood.

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MoreHorror Exclusive: 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' Leading Lady, Heather Langenkamp Interview

Interviewed by Michael Juvinall 

Heather Langenkamp is a remarkable woman. She is best known for playing Nancy Thompson, the lead in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). Her portrayal of a teenager being attacked in her dreams, then for real by a dead, severely burned, child murderer was nothing short of groundbreaking for that era. At a time when the vast majority of scream queens in horror films of that time period were either playing the helpless victim or the eye candy, Heather’s “Nancy” was a strong, no-nonsense fighter who wouldn’t roll over and die. She took on the plight of teenagers in America, helping to portray them as strong and self-reliant, and showing they need to be heard and understood.

Heather played the role of Nancy Thompson in three of the Nightmare films, A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), and playing herself as Nancy Thompson in Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994). She was an executive producer and narrator on the documentary, Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010) and producer on her autobiographical film I Am Nancy (2011) about her unique experiences playing the teenage heroine Nancy Thompson.

She also starred in the popular TV sitcom Just the Ten of Us (1988-90) playing the super smart Marie Lubbock, who had seven other siblings and their misadventures. These days along with acting, Heather works alongside her husband, special makeup effects wizard David Anderson in their own effects shop, creating special makeup effects for such films as Dawn of the Dead (2004), The Cabin in the Woods (2011), and the upcoming Star Trek sequel Into Darkness (2013).
Read on as I sit down and chat with Heather about A Nightmare on Elm Street, Nancy Thompson, and more!

Michael Juvinall: We're here at the Days of the Dead horror convention in Chicago. Do you enjoy going to the conventions and meeting your fans?
Heather Langenkamp: Some weekends you're not really looking forward to getting out of town or there's a really fun event you're going to be missing, and I say "Gosh, I wish I wasn't going", but by the time Saturday or even Friday night rolls around, you're so glad you came. Folks have a way of really making you feel great about what you've done and the parts you play.

MJ: What do you get asked the most at the conventions?
HL: “What was it like to kiss Johnny Depp?” definitely the most popular question. The second most popular is probably, “Have you ever had any nightmares from making these movies?”, so those are the two biggest questions I get.

MJ: Do you stay in touch with any of the members of the cast?
HL: I see Amanda (Wyss) a lot, and then Robert (Englund) and I see each other quite frequently at the conventions. We stay in touch on the phone and by email. Those two are my closest friends that have remained. A lot of the kids from Nightmare 3, we love seeing each other. I worked with Brooke Theiss on Just the Ten of Us and she's often at Nightmare conventions too. There are just a lot of people I get to see because I come to these.

MJ: How did playing the role of Nancy Thompson change your life?
HL: When I first played her, I thought it was just another role. It didn't have much of an impact on me in the beginning but I'd say now, 25 years later, it's become the role for which I'm known. It's very important; I don't think I'd be invited to these events without her that's for sure. I think the movie itself has become a classic. I had little to do with that, it's all about the fans and their love of Freddy Kreuger and making that happen.

MJ: Are you surprised that even today how popular the Nightmare on Elm Street films are, especially the original?
HL: It's way more popular now than it was 25 years ago, believe me. It was a very small movie back then and very few people saw it. I had a hard time getting even my agent or anybody to go see it because it really wasn't up anybody's alley back then. Horror has really become a staple of American filmmaking; the fans are probably the most loyal fans you can have. That combination has made this kind of role an unusual miracle in the film world.

MJ: What is one of your fondest memories from working on the Nightmare on Elm Street films?
HL: Working with Robert, we always had such a good time in our scenes together when we were fighting. Choreographing scenes around my bedroom, those I've always loved the most. I'm a person who really loves athletics and am a physical person and doing those scenes with him was always the high point of the movies for me.

MJ: Can you tell me a little about your film 'I Am Nancy'?
HL: Well, because of going to these conventions, I started asking my fans some questions about why they cared so much about A Nightmare on Elm Street and why they love Freddy so much. I approached it from the point of view of Freddy's so popular, why isn't Nancy equally as popular? It's pretty clear when you go around the vendor hall that Freddy is the important character. I asked a question about what does it mean to be a hero and is it clichéd even to have a hero anymore?
What I discovered is that people really love Nancy because she's so strong and she faced her fears against Freddy and was able to win a lot of the battles against him by just being willing to attack him and fight with him. I use that as my theme of the movie, it's a love letter to my fans for teaching me more about Nancy than I ever really knew myself.

MJ: Your role as Nancy helped to create new roles for women as strong female characters, rather than just being the victim, how does that make you feel?
HL: I'm not sure if she started it. I really looked at her not so much as a woman but as a teenager because I think society has done a disservice to teenagers, we put them in front of TV's and give them little things to play with because nobody really wants to engage them or take their input. I think Nancy was one of the first teenagers who had to fight for herself because none of the grownups would. I look at that as her message more than her being a girl or being a feminine character.

MJ: You also work with your husband (David Anderson) doing makeup effects on films. Do you like doing that as much as acting?
HL: Acting is always my first love but the bad side of acting has to deal with all the rejection, the self-doubt and the problems with a woman growing older in this business when they don't really appreciate what happens naturally to a woman's face and body. You're constantly battling someone’s conception of beauty that I don't think is very realistic. As a counterpoint, I really like working with my husband because I can be me and I don't have to be worried about how I look that day.

MJ: He's a great makeup effects artist.
HL: Yes he really is. I've learned so much about filmmaking from being in the makeup and effects world and the more I learn, the more I really like being behind the camera.

MJ: You have a small role in the upcoming Star Trek film, what else do you have coming up that you can talk about?
HL: I can't really say I have a role but I did participate, my husband designed all the makeup effects for that film. I did a small film called The Butterfly Room a couple of years back that's getting released next year with Barbara Steele playing my mother. I love the story but I haven't seen it so I can't really say what kind of movie it's going to be but I know it's been getting some good reviews in Europe at some festivals these last few months. I get to play a mother in another film called Home, but I don't know when that's going to be released. I am trying to do more acting, I do love it.

MJ: I hope to see you in more films coming up. I want to thank you so much for taking time away from meeting your fans to talk with me. I wish you so much luck for the future; you've been so gracious with me.
HL: Thank you, thank you very much.

For more information on Heather Langenkamp’s film I Am Nancy, check out the official website


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BROADWAY BARES 23 Set for June 23, 2013; Tickets on Sale Today!
BROADWAY-BARES-23-20010101Broadway Bares, the unrivaled evening of sexy striptease that benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, will return for its 23rd edition on Sunday, June 23, 2013, at Roseland Ballroom (239 West 52nd Street, NYC). Tickets go on sale today, November 27.

This always sold-out annual event combines the naughtiness of burlesque and the razzle-dazzle of Broadway. More than 200 of the hottest male and female dancers in New York City take to the stage for two sensational shows at 9:30 PM and midnight. This year's director, theme, and special guests will be announced in the spring.

The 2013 Broadway Bares season will officially kick off Sunday, January 27, when Broadway Bares: Winter Burlesque heats up XL Nightclub (512 West 42nd Street, NYC). Sure to cure anyone's winter blues, Broadway Bares: Winter Burlesque will recreate last summer's Fire Island Pines sensation, Broadway Bares: Beach Burlesque. More than 25 of Broadway Bares' sexiest dancers will offer a sizzling collection of choreographed stripteases. The show will be followed by Bares' famous "rotation" where the performers freestyle dance for donations.

The 2013 Bares season will continue with Broadway Bares: Solo Strips in May and Broadway Bares: Fire Island in early June before concluding with Broadway Bares 23 on June 23.

Tickets for Broadway Bares 23 and Broadway Bares: Winter Burlesque are on sale now at broadwaycares.org or by calling 212-840-0770, ext. 268.

Prices for Broadway Bares range from $65-$750. VIP tickets include open bar and special viewing areas. Also available is the exclusive "Stripper Spectacular" package, which includes a reserved table seat at either show, admission to a private cocktail party with Broadway Bares creator Jerry Mitchell, a backstage tour, and more.

For Broadway Bares: Winter Burlesque, reserved table seats are $100 ($75 of which is tax deductible). There is a two-drink minimum per person at reserved tables. General admission standing tickets are available for $25.

Broadway Bares was created in 1992 by Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde), who serves as executive producer. It is produced by and benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Last year's Broadway Bares XXII: Happy Endings raised a record-breaking $1,254,176, the highest total of any edition of Bares. The first Broadway Bares featured seven dancers stripping on a bar and raised more than $8,000. To date, the 22 editions of Broadway Bares have raised more than $9.8 million for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

The presenting sponsor of Broadway Bares is M•A•C VIVA Glam, with generous support from BC/EFA corporate partner United Airlines.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is one of the nation’s leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations. By drawing upon the talents, resources and generosity of the American theatre community, since 1988 BC/EFA has raised more than $225 million for essential services for people with AIDS and other critical illnesses across the United States.

Broadway Cares awards annual grants to more than 450 AIDS and family service organizations nationwide and is the major supporter of the social service programs at The Actors Fund, including the HIV/AIDS Initiative, the Phyllis Newman Women’s Health Initiative and the Al Hirschfeld Free Health Clinic.

For more information, please visit Broadway Cares online at broadwaycares.org, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/BCEFA, follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/BCEFA and pin us on Pinterest at pinterest.com/BCEFA.


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Police investigate Hai Phong’s teen sex clip
VietNamNet Bridge - A teen couple had sex in the toilet and filmed by a cell phone. The clip was uploaded to Facebook. The police are tracing the one who posted the sex clip.
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In this 9-minute video clip, the young girl was not embarrassed when her boyfriend arranged a cell phone to film their sex scenes. Hot and sensitive positions were filmed closely.

The characters in this video are said to be high school students in the northern port city of Hai Phong. Not long after it was posted on a Facebook page, which is believed to belong to the boy in the clip, the page was removed. However, the clip has been shared widely.

Many people commented that the girl in this clip was "foolish", "indecent" and the clip would affect her future. Many other made rude comments and criticized the girl.

Director of the Education and Training Hai Department of Hai Phong City, Mr. Do The Hung said a high school in the city has confirmed that the girl in the clip is a former student. The girl quitted school and is about to get married.

Senior Lieutenant Colonel Pham Duy, Director of Hai Phong Public Security Bureau, said the local police are investigating the case to identify the characters in the clip and the one who posted it on the Internet.

"We must consider the motives and reasons for launching this clip," Dien said.

A person who spreads porn movies can be handled on charges of spreading depraved cultural products as being defined in Article 253 of the Criminal Code. Those who commit this act can be sentenced from six months’ probation to 15 years in prison.

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Sex for tuition fees anyone? Students being offered up to £15,000 a year to cover cost of university, in exchange for having sex with strangers

Undercover investigation reveals shocking ‘sponsorship’ deals being offered to cash-strapped students


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Students are being offered up to £15,000 a year to cover their university studies in exchange for having sex with a stranger, an undercover investigation by The Independent has revealed.

The website SponsorAScholar.co.uk claims to have arranged for 1,400 women aged between 17 and 24 to be funded through their studies by wealthy businessmen seeking “discreet adventures”.

But in a secretly filmed encounter with an Independent reporter posing as a student, a male “assessor” from the website asked that she undertake a “practical assessment” with him at a nearby flat to prove “the level of intimacy” she was prepared to give before being permitted to find a sponsor online.

He said this was required for “quality control”. He told her that the more she was prepared to do, the more money she would get.

The website’s claims to have a roster of hundreds of students could not be verified. The reporter asked for evidence that scholarships had been awarded and was told that she would have to come back to the flat with the man.

But the requirement for potential “scholars” to submit to a “practical assessment” raises fears that young women students may have been exploited.

The elaborately constructed site gives the appearance of operating in the grey area in Britain’s sex laws which allow escort agencies to function legitimately by offering introductions between clients and sex workers.

Young women facing financial hardship brought on by the rise in the cost of studying were urged tonight not to be tempted into using the website.

Rachel Griffin, director of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, which promotes personal safety, said: “Meeting a complete stranger in private could be highly dangerous at any time but when it is in connection with a scheme like this, the risks are sky-high.” The National Union of Students accused those behind the website of seeking to “capitalise on the poverty and financial hardship of women students”.

SponsorAScholar.co.uk offers young women “up to 100% of your Tuition Fees” in return for two-hour sessions with men in hotel rooms or private flats up to four times per term.

“Because of the considerable sums of money our sponsors are offering in scholarship, they tell us that they have expectations of a high level of sexual intimacy with their chosen student,” the website says.

During the meeting between the “assessor” and our reporter – which our reporter insisted must begin in a public place, choosing a fast food restaurant in south London – the man said: “The more you’re prepared to do, the more interest you're going to get, obviously the more sponsorship amount you’re going to get for that.”

SponsorAScholar.co.uk uses a false company and VAT number belonging to the legitimate dating site Match.com. A spokesman for the company said: “The website is not affiliated with Match.com in any way and we are in the process of contacting them to legally require that all references to Match.com are removed immediately.”

SponsorAScholar.co.uk purports to be registered at the former address of a senior academic from a leading British university, and the man claiming to be the assessor used the lecturer’s name in the encounter with the reporter – as well as in email correspondence and on his answerphone message.

The academic, approached by The Independent last Friday, said he had no idea that the website had been registered to his name and former address. He did not recognise the man in our undercover footage.

Yesterday he added that he had now contacted the police to report the matter.
The meeting took place at the Powis Street branch of McDonalds in Woolwich, south London, last Thursday at 6.45pm.

As other diners tucked into burgers, the “assessor”, who said he lived near Leicester, bought the reporter coffee and sought to reassure her that the prospective “sponsors” had been vetted and were safe to meet.

Our reporter asked the “assessor” whether the “sponsors” have health checks. He answered: “We do invite them to do that, not all of them choose to do that but you can choose to have protection or not have protection on that basis.”

He described the need for her to first of all have the “practical assessment” with him as like “quality control for us”, adding: “Whatever you put on your sheet what level of intimacy you’re prepared to go into, you and I will go through that today. We’ve got a questionnaire we’ll go through, your likes and dislikes and the kind of thing you’re comfortable doing.”

He added: “We have to do that, to make sure when we put you in front of your sponsor you’re confident in doing the things you said you would do.”

The man added: “You see what you’re trying to do is attract a certain level of sponsorship, you don’t want to go up there saying you know you’re not even going to hold hands type of thing… cause you’re not going to attract any interest at all.”

After the initial 10-minute meeting – which our reporter ended by saying that she would like to reconsider his proposal rather than immediately follow him to the nearby flat for the “practical” – the man walked back to a large block of flats around the corner where he said he was staying on the fifth floor.

SponsorAScholar.co.uk claims to have been operating since 2006, but the website was registered earlier this year.

The site claims to charge “sponsors” a £100 fee and to take three per cent commission from the final “scholarship” total.

When a male reporter approached the site as a potential sponsor, however, he was told there was a “waiting list” and would be contacted in the new year. By contrast the meeting with the woman reporter posing as the female student was immediately arranged.

The “assessor” said our reporter’s decision not to go back to the flat with him was “ok”, adding: “I’ve got other candidates I need to see this evening”, before asking again if she wanted to “do the questionnaire or stop now”.

After being told stop, he suggested meeting on 13 December in Stratford, south-east London: “If we don’t do it tonight I can’t fit you in until then.”

Attempts to confirm the true identity of the “assessor” have since proved unsuccessful.

The man was today no longer returning repeated telephone calls, emails or text messages from The Independent.

Kelley Temple, NUS Women’s Officer, said: “It appears to be… exploiting the fact that women students are in dire financial situations in pursuit of an education.”

SponsorAScholar.co.uk had been changed  tonight to say simply: “Sorry website unavailable for maintenance”.

If you have information relating to this story that you wish to pass on, please contact: investigations@independent.co.uk

Anatomy of a meeting: Extracts from the video

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Reporter: I just want to sort of check, I want to be clear about what I’m doing … meeting a complete stranger I just, you know, want to be clear about what I’m doing.
Assessor: For the first meeting we take the money off the sponsor to make sure they’ve got the money then when we’ve heard back from both of you that it’s gone fine we basically release that and that’s kind of your first payment for your first term... Then the payments generally happen around the start of term.
R: Do you write down like the type of things I’d be expected to do?
A: We’ve got a questionnaire we’ll go through… that forms your profile… [it covers] the sort of things that you’re comfortable doing so there’s no awkwardness about ‘Well I thought you did this and you don’t do that,’ so that’s all kind of up-front. And then as long as you’re happy to go through with those things that you said you would do then that’s fine.
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R: What sort of things [would I] have to do?
A: What you’re trying to do is attract a certain level of sponsorship, you don’t want to go up there saying you know you’re not even going to hold hands type of thing, ‘cause you’re not going to attract any interest at all so you’ve got to kind of... The more you’re prepared to do the more interest you’re going to get, obviously the more sponsorship amount you’re going to get for that, so you obviously don’t want to commit with more than you’re happy to do ‘cause then you’ll be anxious about it and the rest of it, but you don’t want to go back and say ‘I’ll wait and see about certain things’ ‘cause you might not get the opportunity to have those introductory meetings.
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R: How many other girls are already doing it?
A: I think you’ve got about 400 [women] actively… searchable on site ready to go into… These guys are businessmen… they get a tax break for offering sponsorship to students but obviously they’re having a bit of fun you know in the bargain… genuinely nice guys, I’ve got some sort of sample profiles I’ve printed out.
R: Can I see them?
A: Yeah, I mean I’ve left them back at the [flat] but I can show them to you when you get up there.
R: What do we have to do in the interview?
A: We’ll go through the, err, questionnaire… and then we’ll go through whatever you put down as what you want to do ... we go through in the practical assessment together to make sure that you’re comfortable to do that, to ... get an idea of what your first meeting with the sponsor will be. We have to ... make sure when we put you in front of your sponsor you’re confident in doing the things you said you would do.
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R: So the guys, do they have health checks or anything?
A: We do invite them to do that, not all of them choose to do that but you can choose to have protection or not have protection on that basis.
R: I’ve never done anything like it and it just feels like a big step.
A: I mean that’s kind of… you don’t need to… we’re not attracting people who are used to this kind of lifestyle… that’s kind of what we’re into really…
R: Is it totally confidential?
A: Yes… [In the photos] we can obscure your face, we can cut from down here [mimes cutting off body] whenever you decide to leave us everything is securely erased, wiped, there is no record. Any sponsors that you take out an agreement with, they’ll only know you by your nickname on the site ... so once you’ve signed out [of] the site your nickname is gone, there’s no way for them to contact you.

Q-and-A: Paying for sex – the law:
Q. Is it illegal to run a website where men or women appear to provide sex for money?
A. This is a grey area. Owners can be arrested for controlling prostitution if the police can show that sexual services are being given in exchange for cash. But this is often very difficult.
Operators can say the sex is a private contract between the client and the sex worker. On the SponsorAScholar.co.uk website the extensive terms and conditions describe an agreement which covers time and companionship together.
It says the “level of sexual intimacy” is privately agreed between student and sponsor whilst the owners of the website are not responsible for what occurs between consenting adults in a hotel room.
Q. Is it illegal to advertise sexual services on the internet?
A. Yes. That is why sex workers promote themselves as “escorts” or “models” in a variety of media including newspapers and on the internet. In reality sex is readily available online.
Q. Is it illegal to have sex for money?
A. No, nor is paying for sex. But loitering or soliciting in a public place for the purposes of offering services as a prostitute is and carries a maximum fine of £1,000. However, prostitutes must be cautioned twice, on two separate occasions, before being charged for the first time. It is also illegal to have sex for money with someone who has been trafficked or coerced into prostitution regardless of whether this information is known at the time. The offence carries a maximum sentence of six months in prison.
Q. Is kerb-crawling legal?
A. No. Clients caught kerb-crawling can be arrested on their first offence. They can be fined £1,000, disqualified from driving or have their car impounded. They can also be offered to undertake a rehabilitation course.

How sex work has replaced a bar job for students who struggle to bills, loans and university fees

Research suggests higher fees are pushing some to seek extreme sources of income

Undergraduates have traditionally pulled pints or waited tables to pay their way through university, but a growing body of research suggests that a significant number are now turning to sex work to make ends meet.

The rise in fees which will see some students graduate with projected debts of up to £53,000 at the end of their course is being blamed for persuading young women and men to take up pole dancing, escort work or even prostitution. Experts say that university welfare officers are largely ignorant of the growing phenomenon and poorly equipped to deal with issues arising from young people’s involvement.

Research by Dr Ron Roberts, of the University of Kingston, published in 2010 suggested that one in four students know someone who had worked in the sex industry to fund their studies – up from three per cent in 1990. Dr Roberts found 16 per cent would consider working in the industry while more than one in 10 were open to the idea of being an escort.

Research by Teela Sanders and Kate Hardy, of the University of Leeds, found that a quarter of lap dancers had a degree whilst a third of the women they interviewed were using the job to fund new forms of training.
Much of the expansion over the decade was to do with the proliferation of lap dancing clubs. But the internet also threw up a new range of opportunities for anonymous sex work.

But although the idea of the middle-class sex worker has gained media currency – not least through the highly publicised exploits of Belle de Jour, otherwise known as Dr Brooke Magnanti, a 34-year-old research scientist – the reality can be very different.

In the Leeds study, women reported physical and verbal harassment from customers as they were forced to work in dangerous conditions.

Dr Tracey Sagar, of Swansea University, who is running a three-year project to provide advice and support to student sex workers in Wales, said the authorities were still waking up to the shift in student work patterns.
“Universities are not dealing with this issue. It is not on the radar of welfare or support organisations within education,” she said. The SponsorA Scholar.co.uk site appears to cater to those seeking the so-called “girlfriend” experience where sex can be accompanied by an emotional intimacy. Ms Sagar said that many sex sites flagged up a student’s educational status which was often desirable to potential clients.

SponsorAScholar.co.uk uses a variety of images of women and glowing testimonials claiming to come from satisfied customers which it is feared could attract young women struggling financially.

The website claims that most of the sponsors are “men between the ages of 28 and 50 who run their own successful business and want to have discreet adventures with a student whilst helping them fund their studies through a scholarship”. It even suggests the amount is tax deductible.

However, opponents say that the unequal power relationship between sex worker and client leaves particularly women open to sexual exploitation whilst safety groups have warned women against going off with people they do not know.

* This is the one of the price of austerity for Britain. Women should own their sexuality not the other way around. The long term consequences is potentially devastating. Part-time hooking will be the solution for every financial-related difficulties in the future for these women.

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Girls Season 2: Trailer #1
With all the places (and stages of undress) we’ve seen Lena Dunham in lately, it’s easy to forget what it was all leading up to: the next season of her Emmy award-winning series,”Girls”–the show everyone has an opinion on. Today, HBO dropped the Season 2 trailer, which reveals that Dunham’s character Hannah and ex-best friend Marnie (Allison Williams)  are apparently hanging out again, Salon sexy man Adam Driver (Adam Sackler) is in love with Hannah–stalkerishly so–and that they are all still a bunch of neurotic, imperfect 20-somethings who “don’t know what they want.” The trailer doesn’t reveal all the surprises, though: There’s still no telling what role comedian Donald Glover’s character will play.Season 2 premieres on Sunday, Jan. 13.

This is very promising:
Allison has been losing weight like crazy. Perhaps preparing for her first nude scene? Even nip-slip will be a massive gift for me. 

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* the new Paul Verhoeven? A talent to watch out for...

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Veena Malik’s raunchy MMS leaked 

Controversy’s favorite child Veena Malik has hit the headlines again. This time for a leaked raunchy MMS video that has gone viral on You Tube and other video sharing websites now-a-days.  .
Veena Malik In the MMS video, which appears to be shot somewhere in darkness, the Bollywood bombshell has been seen kissing and cuddling Rajan Verma enthusiastically.
Some steamy noises in the one minute six seconds video have made it more sizzling. The MMS was leaked and uploaded a couple of days ago. Here check out the video.
Veena Malik left no stone unturned to sit on top of the headlines. Last week she grabbed the spotlight by locking the lips with Hemant Madhukar, the director of her forthcoming Hindi movie Mumbai 125, on stage.
Veena Malik, who emerged as most controversial actress of Pakistan after doing a nude photo shoot for India’s FHM magazine, earlier remained associated with banned cricketer Mohammad Asif and Big Boss fellow Ashmit Patel.


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