Adult Video

Some articles on adult video, videos, adult, video:

Japanese Adult Video Awards
... Although pornography in Japan has a long history and is a major business, until recently, the adult video industry did not develop a broad-based set of awards for sales or performance such ... in separate articles) are the AV Grand Prix for retail and internet videos and the Adult Broadcasting Awards for programs broadcast on Japanese satellite TV ... This text is focused on the various earlier Japanese adult video awards given in the period 1991-2008, none of which are presently active ...
Japanese Adult Video Awards - X City Adult Video Grand Prix Awards (1998-2004)
... X City, the "BIGGEST ADULT SITE IN JAPAN!!", is the website of the Kuki Inc ... conglomerate of adult video producers which includes Alice Japan, Media Station (Cosmos Plan), Max-A, SexiA, VIP and others ... For a time it sponsored a fan vote based competition called the Adult Video Grand Prix (or Grandprix) which gave awards in various categories ...
List Of The Lone Shark Episodes - List of Notable Episodes - The Morpheus Episode (2001 – Live)
... Sharky would show Haffner and the viewers a pre-taped video of strange websites that he had found on the Internet ... see a full-screen image of what had been on Sharky’s computer when he recorded the video ... suddenly realized that the monitor on which he was supposed to watch the Morpheus video was out-of-focus and he could not adjust it to make the image clearer ...
Maria Takagi - Life and Career - AV Debut
... Takagi's debut as an adult video actress was the December 2002 release Super-Star for the Max-A Calen label ... Six months later, the same writer described her as one of the top actresses in the adult field ... awards at the Kuki Inc.-owned XCity's Adult Video Grand Prix Awards ...

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