VENICE, Calif.—What do Bonnie Rotten, Mitsuko Doll, Teal Conrad, Capri Cavanni and Kelly Madison all have in common? They are all Rising Star PR clients included in a new feature on the Men’s Health website.
J. Rentilly wrote about “Celebrity Summer Plans,” and interspersed between Donald Trump, Jay Mohr and Michael Strahan are the five Rising Starlets and their plans for the summer. With a print circulation of nearly 2 million and an Alexa rating in the U.S. of 1069, Men’s Health isn't just “the world's largest men's magazine,” as they claim—they are also one of the most important media outlets in the world.
"I have made it my goal to film myself having sex in each of the lower 48 states this summer,” Bonnie told the magazine. “To get it on with Mt. Rushmore in the background, or Manhattan's skyline, or Old Faithful—the possibilities are endless. All vacation time I have this summer will certainly involve traveling through our beautiful country and, of course, sex. What better way to see America—or to let America see me? It's my version of the American Dream."
Rising Star clients have also recently been featured in GQ Magazine, the Huffington Post, and The New Republic— further underscoring that the debate about the mainstreaming of adult entertainment is pretty much over. The Men's Health feature can be found here.
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Image: (l. to r.) Bonnie Rotten, Mitsuko Doll, Teal Conrad, Capri Cavanni and Kelly Madison.