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Rashida Jones Getting Fucked
Rashida Jones smoulders in racy photoshoot for Flaunt magazine
Rashida Jones: There’s more than one way to be a woman and be sexy
She looks — and I mean this in the non-infantilising sense — adorable. She also looks a little out of place here, but her reason for suggesting the venue becomes quickly apparent. I tell her I was worried the club had a dress code.
In case you didn't get the message the first time , Rashida Jones wants you to know once again that she is not a fan of marriage. And then, of the people who are married, at least 25 percent have admitted to cheating. The year-old Harvard grad says she believes the idea of traditional marriage will change within the next 50 years. We don't get married till death do us part. Maybe if she does get married, she should do it in her birthday suit. Disneyland would be fun.
Rashida Jones, one of the producers of Hot Girls Wanted , a new documentary on the amateur porn industry, recently proclaimed that women do not derive pleasure from performing in porn. I need to give this latte back. But I disagree. Especially if we are in the business of sex. I will forever remember the first client who physically repulsed me. This political tactic takes sex—and sex work—out from under the veil of ignorance and stigma and puts it in its rightful place amongst the vast array of human experiences. These punitive policies surrounding the expression of sex should be made obsolete!