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Lets Get Together On .XXX

 

There has been some issues regarding XBiz and support of .xxx on their part and maybe they helped and maybe they didn’t and ASACP was all for it and now they are all against it and so on.

XBiz has asked me to be either a speaker or on a panel at the XBiz Summit in Miami and I am inclined to accept, whatever the past is XBiz is clearly no longer supporting .xxx.  They refuse to take ads from them as do I. If XBiz and I can help to educate and make positive changes in this industry I welcome that opportunity.

My proposal is that we all step it up, we never wanted .XXX and we can rid our industry of this scourge. here are some ideas that hopefully we can all agree to implement.  I agree to do so.

1. Do not buy any .XXX domains and don’t pay to reserve them. .XXX is already falling rapidly in terms of use, most of the registrations were defensive, but remember Stuart Lawley maes a lot of money on those defensive registrations.

2. Do not accept any advertising for anything .xxx, this includes websites, domain registrars etc

3. If you are an adult site, do not allow any affiliates to use a .xxx domain (Manwin has implemented this one already, as have I.) Doing so immediately closes your account and forfeits any money you may have coming.

4. Do not run a press release or any positive article about .xxx or anyone affiliated with .xxx.  Sorry Stormy daniels and Nina Mercedez you sold us out, if you fuck up I will gladly point it out, If you win an academy award for your latest movie, my readers won’t read about it. Same for you Shafta and your stupid fucking awards.

5.  Your company will terminate any business relationship with anyone be paid to support .xxx.  In other words nina and Stormy you are dead to us.

6. If you are a fan and you support this industry, don’t patronize any .xxx site ever.

Plain and simple, for once lets all stand together and rid ourselves of a scourge on our industry.