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Networking Site Opposing Dot-XXX Launches

Networking Site Opposing Dot-XXX Launches

PORTLAND, Ore.—DotXXXOpposition.com has launched. The Theresa “Darklady” Reed production features networking, news and information for those who oppose ICM Registry’s bid to run the adult-content-specific dot-xxx sponsored Top-Level Domain.

The website leads with a streaming version of .XXX - The Movie!, a satirical send-up of the controversy and the players involved. Reed wrote the screenplay for the multi-stakeholder production, which debuted Aug. 8 as an intro to a panel discussion about the issue during The AVN Show in Hollywood, Fla.

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Wasteland.com founder Colin Rowntree cast and helmed the filming.

“Colin loved [the script],” Reed said. “He then sent out the word that anyone who wanted a cameo to support [the project] should send in some footage. Before you knew it, we were literally swamped with submissions, some from places as far away as Tibet, from people who never even had a computer. They didn’t all make the cut, but many industry leaders did make it into the final version.”

The eight-minute video features cameos by Larry Flynt, John Stagliano, Joanna Angel, Quinten Boyer, Allison Vivas, Peter Acworth, Ron Cadwell, Mitch Farber and a plethora of other adult entertainment luminaries, all of whom contributed their time. The lead role of Stuart Lowley was performed by a professional actor who is the face of several television ad campaigns.

.XXX - The Movie may be viewed at DotXXXOpposition.com. Viewers are encouraged to share their thoughts and opinions about the movie and the issue.






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