SO THIS IS WHERE ALL THE HOT CHICKS HAVE BEEN HIDING!

TYLER’S MY BRO. I MUST ADMIT, HOWEVER, THAT HE’S BEEN PISSING ME OFF LATELY BY HOARDING ALL THE FUCKING CHICKS AND LEAVING ME WITH MY TIRED OLD HAND AND THE THOUSAND PORNO DVDS I HAVE STOCKPILED.

TYLER AND NADIA STYLES AT THE KID ROCK SHOW

TYLER AND ALEKTRA BLUE AT THE KID ROCK SHOW

TYLER AND TIFFANY TAYLOR AT NIC ANDREWS’ DARK ANGELS 2 PREMIERE

TYLER AND ARIANA JOLLEE AT XRCO

SEE WHAT I MEAN?

 

MEN+JAIL+BOYS=RAPE

Teen accuses inmate of rape

Amy Sowder, PensacolaNewsJournal.com

An Escambia County Jail inmate has been charged with raping two other inmates — one of them a 15-year-old boy who had been convicted and jailed as an adult.

Emery Curtis Lewis, 33, of Ocean Springs, Miss., is accused of sexually assaulting the teenager at night when the lights were out in their 22-bed quadrant for adult inmates, former jail director Dennis Williams said.

The teen was convicted of arson last year and sentenced as an adult. He was awaiting transfer to state prison for violating a house arrest sentence.

Every penal institution in Florida houses children sentenced as adults with inmates 18 and older, Williams said.

Lewis was charged on April 28 with eight counts of sexual battery against the teen. On Wednesday, he was charged with sexual battery against an adult inmate. No other information was available about that charge.

The teenager told investigators that Lewis raped him repeatedly, but the boy did not immediately report the alleged assaults to corrections officers, Williams said.

Williams was director of the jail for five years. He became director of planning and research for the Sheriff’s Office last Friday.

Jail employees separated the rape suspect and teenager immediately after learning of the sexual assault allegations, Williams said.

On Wednesday, the boy was transferred to the state prison reception facility in Lake Butler. The transfer was not related to the rape allegations, Williams said.

The incident raises the question of the appropriate jail facility for children who have been tried and sentenced as adults.

The State Attorney’s Office often elects to try juveniles who commit serious repeated crimes as adults. In most cases, they are also sentenced as adults.

Assistant State Attorney John Simon handled the arson case involving the teenager and a second juvenile defendant in 2005.

"The State Attorney’s Office elected to prosecute the defendants as adults because of the serious nature of the charges," Simon said at the time.

He could not be reached for comment Wednesday.

Harry Stopp, the court-appointed attorney for the other defendant, strongly objected at the time to the children being treated as adults.

When Stopp learned of the rape charges on Wednesday, he said he was not surprised.

"What did they think would happen when you put young boys in an adult jail with men?" he asked. "It’s terrible. It’s medieval."

FIRST TIME? PROBLEM!

Brothel offers deals for virgins

BERLIN, Germany (Reuters) — A brothel has become the first in Berlin to offer special deals for virgins with prostitutes trained in the delicate art of catering for customers who have never had sex, a German newspaper reported on Friday.

story.brothel.ap.jpgThe brothel in the red light area of the Kreuzberg district of the city charges 60 euros for a half an hour of sex and works within the laws of Germany where prostitution is legal.

"These are men who either never had sex before or have never been in a brothel before," the brothel’s operator was quoted as saying in Berlin’s B.Z. tabloid.

"It’s the first house of love in Berlin that specializes in taking care of beginners," wrote the daily on its front page.

Prostitutes are given "sensitivity training" for first-time clients, who the brothel operator said are not necessarily young but often 40 or older: "They need to be aware of how much courage it takes to go to a brothel the first time."

TWINK TWEAKERS

Crystal meth epidemic tightens grip on Dallas’ gay community, spreads to other minority groups

By A.J. Mistretta, The Dallas Voice

Drug may be culprit behind rising HIV-infection rates

Crystal. Speed. Crank. Tina. Chalk. Tweak. Glass. Ice — nearly as many names as the devil and just as manipulative.

Crystal methamphetamine is nothing new to the GLBT community. But experts say it is making inroads in major U.S. cities more rapidly than any other drug.

And Dallas is no exception.

Sgt. Al Sutton, officer in charge of the meth lab unit in the Dallas Police Department Narcotics Division, said local crystal meth use has climbed significantly over the last two years.

He said what was once an almost exclusively Caucasian drug is now spreading into minority populations, just as its grip on the gay community tightens.

“This is, or it soon will be, our next major drug epidemic,” he said.
Users describe a crystal meth high as an altered state of reality — a place where energy is abundant, sex is incredible and self-image is next to perfect.

Underneath the veil of deception, addicts face everything from paranoia to stroke and even death. Beyond the physical and mental toll crystal meth is taking on an expanding pool of local users, many medical professionals believe it’s the primary culprit behind a rising HIV infection rate, which has many in the GLBT community very concerned.

Dr. Dhiren Patel, a private practice physician in Oak Lawn who has treated patients at Parkland Hospital, said from his perspective, meth use has climbed faster in Dallas than any other drug in terms of the number of addicts. He estimates speed users currently account for as much as 25 percent of all addicts who come through local emergency rooms, compared with just a handful five years ago.

How rapidly users become addicted varies, but all too often those who begin taking meth as a weight loss aid or energy boost get hooked without even knowing it, Patel said.

Hard numbers on the rate of addiction among gay and non-gay populations are difficult to come by. Yet it’s clear that the drug’s effects have made it an instrument of choice among gay men.

Meth offers an escape from stress and fatigue, providing the user not just with a sustained high but unprecedented energy. The drug costs $25 to $30 for a quarter gram in Dallas, according to information supplied by the Drug Enforcement Agency. That is enough to maintain some users for several days, making it relatively cheap compared with other street drugs, and easily accessible.

Add to that meth’s capacity to alleviate feelings prominent among gays — such as depression or overwhelming self-consciousness — and finish with its aphrodisiac properties that make users hypersexual, able to engage in marathon sessions of often rough sex, and you have what many call the ultimate gay drug.

“The circuit party scene and the bath house scene have become avenues to introduce meth on a grand scale,” said Randy Martin, director of the Arlington-based Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the Pride Institute, an addiction recovery organization.

“Being that those two environments are set up for long hours of partying and long hours of sexual activity, meth has become a tool to first enable someone to participate at that level physically; secondly, anything that stands in the way of a person’s participation such as low self-esteem or depression, meth takes care of,” Martin said.

In fact, a 2001 study by the San Francisco Department of Public Health reported that 43 percent of U.S. circuit party attendees took crystal meth.
Within the gay community, meth does not discriminate, Martin said: “Those who have toyed with using meth are sometimes surprised to learn that everyone from their accountant to their attorney is using it.”

A concoction of several easily attainable household substances, meth recipes can vary. Common ingredients include allergy and cold medication, iodine, ammonia, starter fluid and drain cleaner.

The drug comes in many forms, from tablets to smokeable chunks to a soluble powder for injecting. Meanwhile, the physical side-effects are numerous: elevated blood pressure, rapid heart rate leading to cardiac distress, blood vessel damage that may lead to stroke, liver damage, overdose-induced hyperthermia and convulsions.

On the psychological front, meth causes paranoia, mood swings and memory loss, just to name a few.

But arguably the biggest crisis the drug presents is its power to reduce or eliminate users’ sexual inhibitions, making them less likely to engage in safe sex and, in turn, more susceptible to HIV and other STD infections.

Eric Shellhorn is a registered nurse in the psychiatric department at UT Southwestern Medical Center who has treated a number of meth patients. Shellhorn said the drug has a direct impact on the executive center of the brain that regulates judgment, which leads many users to participate in unsafe sex.

“It’s a complete ‘throwing caution to the wind’ effect,” he said. “People who would normally practice safe sex simply do not on this drug.”

The numbers are clear. Gay men who use speed are three times more likely to test positive for HIV than non-users due in large part to a greater incidence of unprotected anal sex, according to a study conducted in San Francisco and published in the Sept. 2, 2005 issue of the journal AIDS.

Last year, 624 new HIV infection cases were reported to Dallas County health officials, up 32 percent since 2000.

“There is an undeniable link there,” said Shellhorn.

But meth isn’t just a gay problem. Meth lab busts more than doubled nationwide to 17,170 between 1999 and 2004. In a 2005 survey, 58 percent of U.S. counties reported methamphetamine as their greatest drug problem.
What makes the drug a universal issue is the effect on others in the user’s sphere of influence. The paranoia that many meth users experience not only makes addicts a danger to themselves and those living with them, but to anyone with whom they come in contact.

Highly volatile household meth labs also pose a danger to the surrounding neighborhood should they explode.

In early 2005, Texas lawmakers passed a bill requiring drugstores to keep Pseudoephedrine — the active agent in many cold medicines and a key ingredient in meth manufacturing — behind the counter. To purchase such medications, customers must now show identification and sign a log book, a measure designed to deter the type of mass buying that many meth makers engage in.

Newspaper reports from across the state indicate that meth lab busts are down in Texas. Sutton said busts are down locally, adding that his counterparts in other cities report the same.

Still, the drug is not any more difficult to find. Some believe the legislation has only opened up the market to a cheaper and more potent product coming from across the Mexican border.

Alison Merkow, program director at the Prevention Resource Center, said the number of meth labs in the Dallas area has gone down since last year, lessening the danger to the overall population. Still, she said, “usage is definitely up and it’s spread over a wide variety of people. This drug doesn’t discriminate.”

Merkow adds that meth deteriorates the body faster than anything else she’s seen.

The faces of meth users can be difficult to look at: sunken eyes, discolored and mangled teeth, brittle hair and fingernails, and skin sores.

But many who use over long periods of time and take on these haggard forms say they don’t see anything wrong with their physical appearance; the drug takes care of that too.

How quickly individuals become addicted to speed varies. Some report getting hooked after only one use while others insist they can take or leave the drug even after months or years of occasional use. Many continue to think it’s possible to control their use.

A September 2005 Advocate poll shows that nearly 20 percent of gay men believe crystal meth can be used responsibly as an occasional recreational drug.

“Meth is the new HIV,” Shellhorn said. “It’s that big a problem because of what it allows people to do under its influence.”

He added that the problem will only worsen without action.

“It’s imperative that the gay community, as it has historically done with other situations, address this issue outright and out loud.”

Note: Next week a look at crystal meth recovery.

DUDE SQUIRTED IN HER SHOES

Man’s Fetish Turns Bizarre At UC Library

from Fox 19 News, Cincinnati

A man’s sexual fetish crosses the line into the bizarre and is now wanted by police.

Investigators say that Kenneth Johnson masturbated into a woman’s shoe at the UC Library a couple of days ago.

The victim said that she took her shoes off to relax but when she put them back on she found the substance inside.

Captain Keren Patterson of the UC police said, "we did take evidence and sent it over to the coroner’s office to be analyzed so we can determine a suspect that way as well."

Investigators say Johnson is wanted on outstanding warrants for theft and criminal trespassing.

YOU CAN NEVER BE TOO OLD… OR WILLING

Bucks official charged in sex attack on 92-year-old

Bedminster Township supervisor, 76, tells authorities that dementia patient in wheelchair consented.

By Pervaiz Shallwani
Of The Morning Call

The 76-year-old chairman of the Bedminster Township supervisors was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting a 92-year-old woman at a Doylestown Township nursing home, in what a Bucks County prosecutor called an ”incomprehensible crime.”

Robert Holland, the head groundskeeper at Pine Run Community Health Care Center for the last 15 years, told police he has known the woman for many years and believed his relationship with her was consensual, First Assistant District Attorney David Zellis said. Holland said the incidents have been taking place since November.

Police said a nursing assistant walked in on Holland last week while he was having sexual contact with the woman, who uses a wheelchair and suffers from dementia so severe she would have been unable to consent.

Zellis said Holland disabled an alarm that alerts nurses when a patient leaves a wheelchair, lifted the woman out of her chair and placed her on a couch.

”This is an incomprehensible crime, and it’s beyond belief that it happened in Bucks County, let alone anywhere else,” Zellis said. ”I have been doing this for 21 years, and I have never seen anything like this.”

Flanked by his lawyer, Ray McHugh, Holland looked straight ahead as he tried to avoid cameras outside District Judge Robert Gaffney’s office in New Britain Township.

”He has no comment,” McHugh said.

News of Holland’s arrest shocked fellow Bedminster supervisors. Holland, who is married, has been a supervisor since 1990 and chairman of the board since 1996. He was at a board meeting Wednesday night.

”I’m speechless,” Supervisor Eric Schaffhausen said. ”I don’t know if you believe that of anybody, but there are some people you don’t believe that of more than others, and on a scale of one to 10, I would say Bob Holland is a 10.

”He is quite a devout Catholic. That’s just not Bob Holland. There’s got to be something.”

Holland, who had access to the otherwise secure building through his job, was caught May 5 when Pine Run nursing assistant Martha Palena walked in on him and saw him having sexual contact with the woman, Doylestown Township police said.

Before Holland could notice, Palena left the room and contacted supervisor Kathryn Zazenski, police said, noting Palena followed proper procedure. Building security and police were called. Zazenski and nurse Lisa Swartz went to the room to confront Holland.

Zazenski and Swartz knocked on the door before entering, startled Holland and saw he was still having sexual contact with the woman, police said.

Zazenski told Holland to leave the room. Security guards held him until police arrived, and police removed him from the premises indefinitely, Pine Run Executive Director Kenneth Confalone said. Holland was fired on Monday, Confalone said.

”I think we were stunned when the staff came upon the incident, and heartsick for the family,” he said. ”It’s amazing; he was a 15-year employee here. We just can’t understand it, though there is certainly no doubt. You certainly don’t know another person.”

According to an arrest affidavit, the woman was diagnosed with severe dementia in 2004 and her doctors reported she was unable to give consent due to her condition.

Having known the woman for years, Holland believed he had a bond with her, Doylestown Township Police Chief Stephen White said. ”I don’t believe he understands the gravity of what he has done,” White said. ”He thought this was a relationship.”

Holland was arraigned before Gaffney, released on $100,000 unsecured bail and told not to have any contact with the woman or to go near Pine Run. He is charged with aggravated assault, institutional sexual assault and indecent assault. If convicted, he could face 22 years in prison and $50,000 in fines.

White said he doesn’t believe Holland assaulted any one else at the home or that any other victims will surface. ”At this point, I don’t believe that is going to occur,” White said.

Holland, who has lived at 3042 Bedminster Road since 1966, worked as a dairy farmer for 30 years before retiring in 1985. He still owns Wolf Run Farms in the township.

As a supervisor, Holland has been involved in shaping present-day Bedminster, where strict zoning has helped to spread homes over rolling hills to maintain a rural farming feel.

Under his leadership, the township has fought and won battles against developers who sued it over rules preventing denser subdivisions.

A Republican, Holland served on the township Planning Commission before being elected to the board of supervisors in 1989. He has since won two uncontested elections to the three-person board, replacing Warren Kulp as board chairman in 1996. His current term as supervisor expires at the end of 2007.

Township solicitor John Rice said he was aware of the criminal investigation and had no comment on the allegations. ”If he is going to be arrested, we need to see the charges before we move forward,” he said.

According to township law, Rice said, Holland is not obligated to resign or step down unless he is convicted. ”In terms of the township,” Rice said, ”he is charged with a crime and he is innocent until proven guilty.”

NOW WAS THAT REALLY NECESSARY?

New York Hip-Hop DJ Fired Over Remarks

By ELIZABETH LeSURE
Associated Press Writer

NEW YORK — The co-host of a syndicated morning radio show was fired Wednesday for making racial and sexual remarks on the air about a rival’s wife and 4-year-old daughter.

Troi Torain, known as Star on the "Star & Buc Wild Morning Show" on Power 105 FM, lost his job after protests by a City Council member and other elected officials.

His remarks about DJ Envy, a DJ for rival hip-hop station Hot 97, and his family included "I will come for your kids" and a desire to "do an R. Kelly … on your little baby girl."

Videotapes in 2002 showed a man resembling singer R. Kelly having sex with someone who appeared to be an underage girl, then urinating on her.

Torain’s comments, made between May 3 and Monday, also included an offer of $500 to any listener who could provide information about the rival DJ’s daughter’s school, and used racial slurs when talking about his wife, who is part Asian.

Torain, through his manager, Wyatt Cheek, declined to comment.

Councilman John Liu and DJ Envy’s wife, Gia Casey, appeared at City Hall on Wednesday to denounce Torain’s remarks.

"He threatened to molest my little baby girl," Casey said.

The station’s owner, Clear Channel, said it found Torain’s statements "wholly unacceptable."

The show airs in markets including Philadelphia, Miami and Richmond, Va. Clear Channel is a unit of Clear Channel Communications Inc.

FAYNER’S CAMEO IN HD TV KRIBS BY LURID ENTERTAINMENT

I HAD TO DIG DEEP INTO MYSELF TO PULL OFF PORTRAYING A BUM. LET ME KNOW HOW I DID

THE MAKEUP LADY SAID I ALREADY LOOKED HOMELESS. THAT’S ACTING! A JEW GOING THRU THE TRASH

I HAVEN’T EATEN IN DAYS

BIG BLACK MAN SLEDGEHAMMER DON’T LIKE THE WHITE BUM DIGGING THRU HIS TRASH

SO HE TOSSES ME IN THE POOL

I HOPE THERE ISN’T AN 8-BALL IN MY POCKET AGAIN

THAT’S ABOUT AS MUCH EXERCISE I CAN TAKE FOR THE WEEK

OH TO BE A FLY ON THE WALL!!!!

Just spoke to Missy Monroe……

She’s on her way today to shoot a squirting scene and working with Ariana Jolie! The scene setup is this….. Ariana Jolie is going to squirt is Missy Monrroe’s asshole!!!!! However, Missy is concerned it will be piss and thus give her an infection, so she’s hoping to reverse the scene and squirt love jizm into Ariana’s ass. Stay tunedfor details!!!

Oh, and Wednesday…. Missy drank 2 cups of Starbucks Cafe Mocha…. and then proceeded to do a scene wjere she squirted the Mocha all over the place!!! SWEET!

Way to go Missy!! Missy’s also gearing up to shoot/direct another movie (her first directing movie was Big Tit Whores), this ones gonna be an all anal movie. And in other Missy news, she’s about to get started with her official website, which she promises to be more hardcore instead of glossy pretty girl!!

BIG PORN COMEBACK!!!!

Watch out… here he comes!!

Scott Fayner is heading to set today, FRIDAY MAY 12 2006 – just 7 more days til his b-day) to star in an upcoming XXX production… stay tuned for updates, post production comments, interviews, images, press releases and meaningless banter!