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Porn stars play games topless, because why not?

Sep 19 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

Professional sex ladies Alana Evans and Misti Dawn have come to the strange conclusion that the gamer demographic is predominantly male and horny. While we've yet to see any evidence of that, they have set up a brand new blog tailoring to horny males, Pwned By Girls

The fine women in question happen to be genuine fans of gaming, and are coinciding their site's launch with the release of Gears of War 3. They will play videogames without their clothes, and you will watch them, because you cannot control yourself. 

And you know what? I'm perfectly fine with that. They aren't just pretending to enjoy games, and they will inevitably exploit the lustful urges of gaming fans for fun and profit. It was Alana's idea in the first place, and I cannot fault her savvy business proposal. 

I just wonder if this means we'll be seeing Alana and Misti at industry events now that they're officially peers. I look forward to drunkenly debating the role of cutscenes and linear narrative progression with them at the next preview event I attend, because that is definitely what's going to happen!


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