Kagney Outs Celebrity Stalker

There are certain male celebrities who’ve apparently used their influence and power to corrupt the innocent and prey on defenseless young women. Bill Cosby’s currently in hot water over a handful of nasty accusations. Woody Allen allegedly preyed upon his own almost-daughter. Even Canadian celebs are getting in on the act, as the recent furore over CBC broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi’s aggressive sexual practices proves. The tides, however, have turned. Using social media to launch a public counter-attack after being harassed and harangued by a popular music figure notorious for committing violent acts against women, Kagney Linn Karter has proven the power of the verbally aggressive retort made public.

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After allegedly being paid upwards of $2,500 by rapper Chris Brown to escort him on a date, Karter refused to consummate what Brown apparently assumed would be consummated (i.e.: she wouldn’t fuck him), which Brown then allegedly responded to with bullying, predatory online notes and comments. He also is said to have sent Karter a photo of his below-the-belt business, presumably in a vain attempt to entice her to fornicate. Class act that she is, Ms. Karter turned not to the police (who’d likely believe the male) nor to Brown’s legal team, but to her Twitter followers to shame her would-be conqueror. She also posted what she claims was a photo of Brown’s penis, causing her Twitter account to be deactivated faster than pornstar thighs during a syphilis outbreak.

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For his part, Brown has, through his representatives, called Karter “mentally unstable” and said her claims are completely fabricated. Brown’s rep also took responsibility for having her Twitter account shuttered “under the claim of harassment and slander.” Still, with choice parting words like these, it seems Kagney Linn Karter is the triumphant one in this little tussle.

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The New Face of Kink

Kink.comA new post-breakup haircut or wardrobe can bring you back from the brink of obsession and depression, enlivening your existence with the hope of prosperity, romantic or otherwise. In short: everyone needs a new look now and again. Kink.com, the most notorious adult website operating on U.S. soil, is no different. Having tackled most every conceivable (legal) fetish, kink, and sexually adventurous act, the San Francisco-based studio has obviously decided a new look is the best way to celebrate its continued success. Inviting a select group of loyal members to check out the new online digs, Kink has opened the doors to a beta version of its new website. Always interested in where Kink is headed, I stepped behind the red velvet rope and took a look-see for myself.

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Quite clearly designed with tablet and smart-phone use in mind, Kink has dispensed with the majority of the text that once greeted members, instead thrusting them into an image-based update listing that’s more vibrant and eye-catching than ever. Hovering your cursor over each update (in the form of thumbnail images) strangely doesn’t bring any more information to light; for that you’ll have to make a selection and check out the viewing page. Video streams and download options are all easily accessible and see the same dedication to visual quality that has made Kink the Internet’s go-to BDSM dungeon. If you select a video stream other than that automatically presented on the page, it’ll open not in that same window but in a new tab.

Performers could still be given more info-rich profiles and there’s plenty of room for keyword tags (in a cloud?) and other one-touch navigation tools, but Kink’s certainly onto a good thing as far as clarity and ease-of-use is concerned. Tablet users will love the larger, more vivid thumbnails and the simple menu sidebar, but there’s still some changes to be made. Kink knows this, too, which is why the design is still in beta mode; they’re working out the, uh, kinks. If you’d like to help guide porn’s boldest and baddest fetish workers towards a brilliant new look and greater functionality for your preferred device, you know where to go to sign up, and start making the most of being a Kink.com member at the dawn of 2015.

 

Mr. Pink’s Most Promising Pornstars of 2015

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Last week Mr. Pink’s brought you a rather depressing list of pornstars who, though they dazzled us at the dawn of 2014, exited the adult industry as we know it for greener pastures before the year’s close. Thankfully, this being porn, there’s a pretty heavy turnover rate for new talent, which means 2015 is likely to see a bunch of newcomers elevated to the A-list (or at least closer to it). Here’s a short list of our favorite newcomers who we believe are destined for big things in 2015.

Mia Khalifa has already hit the mainstream news feeds due to her ethnic heritage, but the heavy-chested Lebanese-American is shrugging off aggressive death threats and aligning herself with the Bang Bros crew.

Ariana Marie and Ariana Grand might come to blows this year, both of them riding the pop success of Ariana Grande all the way to the AVNs and looking, from many angles, more like clones than colleagues.

Bailey Bae, she of the sharp ‘n’ short blonde ‘do and amply curvy figure, is enjoying much success at the moment, bolstered by her unique looks and lively, carefree demeanor.

Katrina Jade, with her facial tattoos, stunning curvy figure, and fondness for fetish work, could fill the void temporarily left by Christy Mack or create her own phenomenon.

Anya Ivy is leading the charge of new, young black women into porn’s ranks. The bustiest and arguably most beautiful of this new generation, she’s also the most natural performer and has already made a handful of scorching scenes.

Mia Li might’ve made a fairly quiet start in porn but 2015 could see her Kink.com work bring in newfound recognition of her tranny-fucking, taboo-smashing tendencies. Is she the next Lorelai Lee or something else entirely?

Who are you keeping two wide=open eyes on this year, readers?

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