Something’s Brewing at Bang Bros

It doesn’t take a genius to realize something’s going on at Bang Bros. No, I’m not talking about the frequency with which Remy LaCroix seems to be shooting an anal scene for one of the network’s many, many sites. I’m talking about this…


Although they haven’t yet made an appearance on the Bang Bros update schedule, nor that of the Bros’ Spanish-language sister network Culioneros, the sites represented by these three images are surely to be launched in the near future. But what, pray tell, do these three new sites focus on? Something tells me Pornditos will be an irreverent (racially and otherwise) comedy porn venture that’ll sit next to Tetangas Espanolas, Chicas de Porno, and Sexo en Publico on the Culioneros network roster. Women Gone Bad is likely a femme domme site or another take on the hard-partying women that attend (and take over) all-nude, all-male dance revues. STFU College, however, could deal with anything from college girls giving ontense blowjobs to, well, the imagination runs wild, quite frankly.

However, click on these thumbnail links from the main Bang Bros/Culioneros navigation hub and you’re directed to Culioernos, Dancing Bear, and College Rules. This network and the two individual sites are all already in operation, but seem to have slipped from their past glories due to fewer updates and less activity. Could this image teaser indicate a bold new approach for three Bang Bros has-beens or just another lazy attempt at snagging more money off hungry viewers? Only time and Mr. Pink’s will tell for sure.

Is ThriXXX’s Latest Just Vaporware?

Earlier this week, Mr. Pink’s brought you news of the latest technological leap toward complete virtual sexual fulfillment, the VRSexKit from ThriXXX. But the hype surrounding this seemingly complete virtual sex package has been called severely lacking by at least one critic. Kyle Machulis, a blogger specializing in the teledildonics (remotely actuated sexual experience), says ThriXXX’s latest endeavor is nothing more than “a pure marketing video” and calls ThriXXX founder Brad Abram “a smart dude” who “rode in early on the Kinect stuff” but hasn’t made any major strides in actually harnessing the technology for effective user-end use.

Machulis, whose Slashdong blog is loaded with fascinating pieces on the merging of the porn and gaming/tech worlds, also claims “no one has proved they want this [technology]”; a pretty bold claim considering various attempts to offer consumers an immersive virtual reality sex experience have been in the works since the very beginnings of 3D, VR, and photorealistic video gaming.

What do you say, readers? Would you shell out fifteen hundred bucks to titty-fuck this cyberbabe?

VR Sex

Is Evil Afoot at Evil Angel?

Last week we brought you news of Evil Angel’s latest endeavor, a clothing line designed by an erotic artist named Ricky Carrefero. But it turns out Ricky Carrefero may have been bombarded with allegations of evil once before. Welcome, dear reader, to the contentious world of erotic illustration.

Ricky Carralero

Back in the early 2000s, a Los Angeles artist named Armando Huerta claimed that another man in his same line of work was passing Huerta’s work off as his own. The alleged plagiarist had been painting over portions of Huerta’s images and signing his own name, effectively changing nothing but the source (so, everything). The alleged plagiarist even managed to have a book containing a many such pieces published by SQP Art Books. The name of the alleged plagiarist? Ricky Carralero. Hmmm – that sounds familiar…

Now, there’s every chance that two men with almost identical names were working the same brush ‘n’ ink beat at the same time, but fuck… Was the artist behind Evil Angel’s new apparel endeavor also a thief, a phony, a plagiarist? Lingering doubts about the spelling of Carrefero and Carralero (and whatever other variations might exist) kept me searching. The only notable results appearing via Google for a “Ricky Carrefero” related to the announcement of Evil Angel’s clothing line about which I previously blogged, leaving me to wonder whether if “Ricky Carrefero” isn’t just a (barely) new name adopted by the same guy who allegedly ripped off Huerta. (And, by “allegedly” I mean “according to everyone posting at this blog“.) Or perhaps, as this post on the news page of Wicked Kulture, the website Carralero’s runs for his so-named erotic apparel company (natch!) refers to the man who’ll be applying color to cotton for EA by the same spelling that appears in Wicked Kulture’s byline and the front cover of the SQP Publication mentioned earlier, Art Premiere #1, Ricky Carralero is the only person Ricky Carralero can rely on to spell Ricky Carralero correctly.