Glamour magazine did something stupid. In a gushy piece
about The Gap's new line of maternity clothing, they
pointed all their readers to a porn fetish site.
Glamour's readers discovered a fetish site catering to specialized wanking
material. "Big tits...black babes....pregnant...feet..." Instead of maternity
clothing from the Gap, a Huntington Beach porn-meister was displaying a mirror
of his other porn site, CUMputers.com.
A fashion editor at Glamour thought their maternity clothing article should
have a cute made-up dotcom name for its headline -- so they called it
"KnockedUp.com." But the porn-meister had already been using that domain since
1998. Glamour's readers found themselves reading banner ads offering "Enlarge
Your Penis" or hawking pictures of "the world's biggest tits."
It's not even a good pregnancy porn site. The preview pics are tiny,
thumb-sized teasers -- and their pregnant models are unusually unattractive.
(If you're going to do preggers porn, do it right!) It also offers "Feet for
guys who like feet" -- and "thick chicks." What the hell is a "thick chick?"
Apparently someone dum enough to offer photos of "colledge chicks" also thought
they could carve out a niche for themselves by coming up with stupid names for
photos they already had. Thick chicks are women who are "not too fat, not too
skinny, just the way you like 'em." ("We don't feature any HUGE, OBESE chicks,
what we specialize in is more along the lines of 'strong, toned' chicks...")
Thank you, Glamour. Not only did you point to a porn site. You pointed to a