June 29, 2011

Air Freshener


Since the release of a spoiler for my new magazine, Risqué, I haven't gotten quite a lot of feedback. Some asking to model for the magazine, others congratulating me on a new project, and a lot of people running around like chickens with their heads chopped off.

This post isn't to promote or whore out my magazine. 
I am not asking you to follow, and I am not expecting you to do so.
I just want to address a lot of the questions and concerns.
And I felt like this would be the best place to reach all of you at once.

As many of you have seen, there are and will be nude editorials within the pages of Risqué.
However, that does not mean that I am creating and promoting pornography.
In fact, lots of fashion magazines use nudity as a form of art.
That is what I intend to do.
As well as show the skeptics that nudity isn't just for pornography. 
Another concern was me exploiting nudity to a young audience.
This is me informing you, that any and all nude models are of age.
And anyone naked that has their private areas covered are at least sixteen.
Also, any spoilers I release will NOT include an exposed, nude model.
This due to the fact that people may post said spoiler on their blog,
making it able to be viewed by all ages.
Having said that, anyone underage who views and follows my blog should be aware of adult content.

If anyone has any further questions or concerns, please MATURELY post them in a comment below.
I will do my best to answer plausible questions in a timely manner.


17 comments:

  1. Tbqh, I absolutely love the spoiler, although the blog background is quite inappropriate. What if it was our first time visiting the blog, and our parents were with us for some unknown reason?
    I also think that you should lower the model age, even if it is by one year, down to 15 years. I mean, this is on the internet, not real life, you won't get sued by under-age exploition.
    And don't you think that you're going a little bit project crazy?
    I mean, you've got your new clothing line, Dollyworld, writing for numerous blogs, and heavens knows what else!
    Just tone it down a bit, and you're starting to use MDM as your advertising spot. Most people will probably argue this, but you do do it. But you disguise it, as you do it in a dignified and professional manner. Stop with all the projects, do some of your writing we know you can write, and take a breather.

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  2. I really appreciate your feedback. However, there is(or was, I can't quite remember if I removed it)a precaution on the blog upon entering that lets you know there is adult content. Viewers who are too young to see, yet do it anyway are not my problem. I'm not worried about illegal exploitation of minors on the internet. That is not my concern. However, the level of maturity matters a lot. And while some people younger than 16 possess a high amount of maturity, it's rare.

    as for all of the projects, Dollyworld is no longer mine. That now belongs to Becka and Dei. Whom I am sure will take very good care of it. A fashion line and my magazine are all that I have, other than writing for three blogs. MDM, Beyond Beauty and TTT.

    As for promoting on MDM, I have done it before. We're all aware of this. And despite the clear message at the beginning of the post saying "I am not promoting this magazine", I knew that would get thrown in the comments somewhere. I am not disguising anything. Like I said, I'm not asking for followers and I'm not expecting any. If you will, notice that a link to the blog was not provide, nor were images. This post was strictly to clear the air from all of the messages I have been receiving. It's a bit much to answer all of them directly. Especially since a lot of them were asking the same questions. This way proved easier to me.

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  3. I'm fine with nudity, considering people are born naked, I'm perfectly fine with it.

    Actually, I can't wait until it comes out!

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  4. I honestly love the magazine! and its done in a "Fashionable" Way not trashy "Playboy" Intentions



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    Are there any jobs open in the magazine? Because I'm pretty sure i'd apply lmfao <--- Looser

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  5. what a loser go get a life.

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  6. @anon:

    Get a screename and some balls, then talk to me.

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  7. This is something interesting :-? Nudity can be an amazing way on expressing art. In nudity I see uncovered beauty ;) and like sb said before, you are doing in in a fashionable way, not like those playboy mags XD

    And about advertising your own projects, I really have nothing to argue about. I personally love the advertisements because that's the only way of letting somebody know about the project. if people don't like it, then you just have to switch the channel like you do on TV :P

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  8. I can't view the blog (as I told you in reply to the spoiler you posted) but good luck I guess. We all know it's going to be instantly popular given the name behind it and the model on the cover of the spoiler, but yeah, good luck anyway. :)

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  9. Lol, I really don't mind nudity at all. After a year of art school you kind of grow immune to getting turned on by noodz. Mwahahaha.

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  10. Erika Furudo (doesn&#39;t have a blogger account)Thursday, June 30, 2011 1:39:00 AM

    I think that the magazine idea is awesome, except the model on the background image is rather disproportionate, did you do the right measurements with your sizing grid before you used your tablet to draw on photoshop? The neck is way too thin, much so like the model's body, and her head is very large. Other than that it's perfect, and I'm certainly anticipating the release of your magazine, good luck and I'm sure it will be a huge success!

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  12. I think it would be so much better if the magazine had some photoshoots with nude models but not the background of the blog or anything else and please don't do a nude covergirl:D I am not judging!

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  13. It's a form of art as long as its taken that way. I cant wait to see future issues :)

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  14. It made me laugh how when the first anonymous posted their feelings and they were relativly complementary Aislin is all 'I really appreciate your feedback' but when another anonymous comments and it's negative Aislin bitch flips and tells them to 'get a screen name and balls'.

    xD

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  15. This sounds like you're just advertising your magazine and trying to make it sound like you're not...you could have just wrote this message on the magazine itself, not on a public lifestyle/stardoll blog with many writers.

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