And softcore? What's the point?
um what? goddamnit now i have to google this. mike doesnt like it, which means i probably will GIVEN HIS RECENT TRACK RECORD.
ok googled. yeah sure not bad, i mean more of your "girl next door type" is always better than PORN STARS and i heart tattoos. so ill give it a yes.
Seriously, its EVERY TIME i use safari. wtf. and my ff is still screwed i even deleted it and redownloaded it.
FILL IN YOUR BINGO CARD.
It's true, Skanko; I am cursed to hate everything everybody else likes.
The only thing I really liked recently? The film The Brothers Bloom. SO IT MUST BE TERRIBLE.
it hasn't been getting glowing reviews...
But in my view, pornography requires penises.
oh well yeah i dont think id call that PORN, just more like NOODZ.
Interesting... very interesting.
I, for one, don't need penises to call it porn.
"Alt Porn : Gods Girls.com"
I concur with their webmaster
I had a friend who was accepted by suicidegirls, but she decided the money wasn't worth it, in case that's what you're wondering.
SuicideGirls pay differently, you only get the monies if your set is featured on the homepage, GodsGirls pay less, but pay for every set. And yuh. Going into Purgatory in a couple of weeks (Y)
i'm guessing purgatory is something with godsgirls. interesting. well good luck.
make sure there's no legal loopholes in the contract- and there SHOULD ABSOLUTELY BE A CONTRACT.
suicidegirls resells photos of their models to straightup porn sites and until very very recently barred them from modeling elsewhere for the duration of their contract... make sure you read the fine print.
i was into it, but then Katie stopped posting setsand well, times are rough, so I left.
I still have an SG account, becuase I have a problem
Hmm, Pepper, there isn't a contract, it's just a flat payrate and you have no restrictions about appearing anywhere else or using images that go up on the site elsewhere. I suppose that means they could do the same thing, but I haven't heard any bad press yet. I'll do my research though.
@Britt Since you're in an English Common Law jurisdiction, simply promising to pay you money in exchange for the pictures probably qualifies as a contract, albeit a very flimsy one. Make sure to make a copy of all the terms, and date it, because they may decide to change their policies at any time. Your dated copy isn't worth as much as a signed contract, but it may hold more weight than them saying "we don't remember what we promised, because we changed the policy since then" if there's a dispute.
Hmmmk. I'll keep all of that filed and sorted and whatnot. The modelling agency I'm with here don't have a contract either, so I guess maybe they're not a big deal in modelling circles? In any case, I've read up on people's experiences with GodsGirls and there doesn't seem to be any controversy. Drudgery aside, it's kind of exciting.
@Britt Agencies generally contract with their clients, who may or may not formally contract with you. They generally only formally contract with the talent when there's something complicated going on.
I agree with Pepper. CONTRACT, CONTRACT, CONTRACT. Also, just being on the internet will mean all photos will somehow get out somewhere else, legally or not... always the risk.
'course, it's probably all too late now. but anyway.
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