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Issue #247 • Volume 21 • Number 07 January 2014 Copyright © 2014 xMAg LLC. Exotic® is a registered trademark owned by xMAg LLC. All rights reserved. Published monthly by xMAg LLC. Circulation: 75,000 per month at 200+ sites Mailing Address: 818 Sw 3rd Avenue, Suite 1324 Portland, Oregon 97204 telephone: 503.241.4317 fax: 503.914.0439 Email: info@xmag.com Exotic Online: www.xmag.com

Publisher xMAg LLC. general Manager Bryan A. Bybee Editor John R. Voge Copy Editor granny Lee Production / Design Diego graphic Design Darkstar graphics Shawna Contributing Photographers LA Lunoux • hyPNOx • AmbeRed Jeffery walls • kyle helstein Advertising Adam (503) 804-4479 Dawn (503) 241-4317 John Voge (503) 816-4174 Distribution Enrico Carrisco • Adam • Diego Contributors Elle Lynn Stanger Ray McMillin John Voge • Julian wilde Richie Stratton • Scarlet 13 Cover Photography AmbeRed Photography

DARk DAyS IN StRIP CIty time to check yourself pdx page 20 by john voge

fAIL-PROOf RESOLUtIONS guaranteed & unbreakable page 22 by richie stratton

A MISS ExOtIC ShOwDOwN live, nude & uncensored page 24 photos by hypnox

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capturing erotic visions page 36 by ambered & julian wilde

Cover Model Miss Exotic Oregon 2014 Brodie grody Makeup Artist Shashonna knecht

Exotic is not liable for any images of models used by advertisers to promote products or services. Rights and releases are the sole responsibility of the advertisers. All persons appearing in photos are over the age of 18. One copy of each edition of Exotic is available free to any person each month. Anyone removing magazines in bulk will be prosecuted on theft charges to the fullest extent of the law. Any reproduction of materials presented herein without the express written consent of the publisher is forbidden by law. In scientific case studies, reading Exotic magazine has caused certain undesirable side effects. Possible side effects include headache, dizziness, mild nausea, diahrrea, vomiting, rash, itching, hives, swelling of the lips and face, hair growth, hand tremors, gum swelling, higher blood pressure, increase in cholesterol level, altered kidney function, swollen gums, acne, weight gain, blood in the urine, fluid retention, drowsiness, irritability, behavior changes, oily anal discharges, premature ejaculation, complete penile dysfunction, lupus, sleep apnea, lyme disease and certain strains of knee-jerk, violent, right-wing republican behavior.

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ast month, was quite eventful for the adult entertainment industry here in PDX. Some of it exciting, yet some, not so much. Black Friday started the season off with the crowning of Miss Exotic Oregon 2014, Brodie Grody from Devil’s Point. With 16 contestants chasing the crown at the finals that night, the show was probably one of the most amazing I have ever had the pleasure of producing. I would like to thank all of the fierce beauties that gave it their all that night. The heart and soul our contestants put into the competition should be an inspiration to all of the PDX adult entertainment industry, as a reason to celebrate just how far we have elevated our craft. Brodie’s court included Steely from Stars Cabaret Salem as 1st runner up and Charlie from Mystic Gentlemen’s Club as 2nd runner up. My only regret, is that we couldn’t have awarded more of these ladies for their truly spectacular features—especially the lovely kitties of the Kit Kat Club, Lark, Layne Fawkes, Damian, Austin Wilde and Berlin, delivered solid knockout performances, way too much talent you have there, ladies. If you missed the show, don’t worry, there’s still hope for you yet. On February 1, you’ll be able to check it all out on Xmag.com, with video of each of our contestant’s performances. 4 days after the Miss Exotic Finals, the 4th annual PDX Strippies were held at the Star Theater, where many more of Portland’s finest were heralded for their achievements and awarded by their peers. It was shaping up to look like an

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exceptionally warm and fuzzy holiday season for our industry. Until, the Grinch showed up about a week later… …when one of Portland’s finest gentlemen’s clubs was put in the crosshairs of the law and a media shitstorm. On December 10th, Stars Cabaret was served a warrant as part of a pending investigation involving one of Stars’ General Managers. On December 18th, an eight-count indictment was issued to a Stars Cabaret GM, Steven Toth, who was charged with second-degree rape, second-degree sodomy, firstdegree sex abuse, delivering marijuana to a minor and compelling prostitution. Additionally, charges were filed on one of Toth’s associates and former Stars employee, Victor Moreno-Hernandez, 27, who was indicted on 18 counts of second-degree rape, second-degree sodomy, second-degree unlawful sexual penetration, firstdegree sex abuse, delivering meth to a minor, identity theft, compelling prostitution and applying meth into the body of a minor. Court documents revealed that the minor claimed she had worked for one month, while she was 13, during the summer of 2012 at Stars Cabaret, where a then-manager of the strip club paid a Beaverton man for the girl to provide lap dances and sex acts for customers. The affidavit also says the two men gave the girl methamphetamine, alcohol, marijuana and she was forced to have sex with them, along with several other men, one of which was responsible for getting her pregnant. Court records allege that Moreno-Hernandez, a registered sex offender, was the 13-year-old girl’s pimp. These records also allege that Toth had the girl perform sex acts on customers in a back room of the club. The industry cringed. Wannabepimps running rampant in strip clubs is nothing new. But, when one of our own becomes the very element that we, as an industry, are trying to protect ourselves from…things start to get extremely messy. But before I get too deep into my own opinions, I’m gonna turn it over to one of Exotic’s most vocal contributors, take it away Ray… I have been using the pen and mic name Statutory Ray for around eight years. Last month, I decided to drop it for reasons entirely related to the obvious; it’s just not a good name for first impressions and I have been ex-

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panding my network beyond SE Portland. I may decide to George Stark (or Spooky X) the character, but being Portland-famous as a pseudo-rapejoke, was never my goal. Shortly after I dropped this name, a manager for a local strip club was charged with crimes relating to teen prostitution. To say that I felt a tad awkward about having joked around with the topic of teenage intercourse for the greater portion of a decade is an understatement. If found guilty by a jury of his peers, the person in question deserves everything he has coming, even if that includes his cellmate. However, I feel that the Portland strip club industry does so well, because we are allowed to mock the profane, from within a safe space and that this safe space requires trust. Pageant contestants enacting murder, miscarriage and generally low-brow themes at popular events, are able to do so, because there is an understanding amongst our naked Fight Club—one that speaks volumes for our ability to have each other’s back. When someone irresponsibly violates this safe space, they are not only guilty of whatever individual crime they perpetrate unto their victim(s), but additionally they are guilty of painting a bad picture of our entire industry. Regarding the club associated with hiring a general manager (read: this guy was not the owner, nor a spokesperson, but simply a resume from Craigslist, that failed to list “child rapist” under job experience), it is both cannibalistic and shortsighted to think ill will of Stars Cabaret for their association with a suspect for a crime that, for all intents and purposes, was probably flying under the radar of anyone who is genuinely in charge. I have visited every Stars location, including Beaverton, and have never witnessed anything but an upscale, professional, and most importantly, safe vibe. This sort of thing can happen anywhere, and I don’t see anyone migrating from the United States, because a few bad apples slithered their way into a government position. Do I understand if a few dancers feel uncomfortable working for a club that is, albeit indirectly, associated with a sex-crimecharged news headline? Completely. But, to put myself into the shoes of the bartenders, legitimate managers, owners and other Stars family, I

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could not imagine a bigger shitstorm to clean up. People didn’t stop thinking Seinfeld was funny, just because Kramer went on a racist rant. The alleged perp in this case, could have been working at any of our clubs. Speaking as a self-appointed representative of the Portland skindustry, I feel confident in stating that none of us, not one single person who is respected amongst our families, condones the act (or thought) of sexually assaulting anyone— minors or otherwise. -Ray McMillin, Staff Writer Along those same lines, I will support Ray’s sentiments when it comes to Stars. I have worked with the Stars family since 1998 and have always found them to be amongst the best, when it came to class, style and professionalism. Sure, maybe there’s been a manager or DJ along the way I could have done without, but that’s true everywhere you go. For years, Stars has provided nothing but the best in their standards and has proven a true Portland-industry trendsetter— until something like this happens and then they become the evil empire? Take a trip into the far-less-glamorous shitholes of this industry and this kind of bullshit goes on every goddamn day. When 17-year-old baby pimps are turning 12-year-old schoolgirls into crackwhores, is it honestly a surprise that this disease is gonna hit closer to home here in the sex industry? After booking a club in SE Portland, one of my associates on the security staff had warned me, not once, but several times, that some of my day girls were soliciting prostitution through Backpage ads. He backed this up with links to online ads, that not only pictured the dancers (all minors whose ID stated they was 18) in nude poses, but one even showed the girl standing in front of the club (which I was booking) and solicited their potential tricks to come see her dance at the club, then they could have lots more fun at her motel room across the street. She was also kind enough to include the club’s address in the Backpage ad. Fuck me! When I think back on this now, even though I had nothing to do with the “additional” illicit services this girl was offering, I hired this bitch. My responsibility in doing so, was for her to sign an independent contractor agreement, make a copy of her ID, stick it in the file cabinet, and my ass is covered! Right? Well, maybe not. On multiple occasions, I have dealt with Portland Vice

asking to review dancer contracts, looking for underage girls working on fake ID, that were using their strip club shifts as a casting couch for potential prostitution clients. I can’t help but shudder, when I think of how hard this is going to be on the industry when the actions of an individual put us all under the same scrutiny. When rotten apples turn up in an industry that is automatically associated with “unacceptable behavior,” it’s a given that the media, the law and the “morally superior” are all going to join together for a Kumbaya festival with torches and pitchforks. I’ve even observed a number of high-profile exotic entertainers, getting up on their Facebook soapboxes to try and get them a few-hundred likes on petitions seeking to purge the industry of sex-trafficking. Bitch, please, you’re not saving anyone, you’re just part of the problem. These girls are working right alongside you. Perhaps, you could be more proactive by blowing the whistle on any suspicions you might have about your “coworkers” to UPPER management. If you don’t like what he/ she had to say, perhaps you should tell your manager’s boss. Stop using Facebook as a shield and take action in the real world. We all need to get our shit together; dancers, booking agents, owners, DJs, bartenders, security and all other support staff. There’s a storm coming on the wake of all this— protect your job by doing it right. The OLCC stated that it had found no evidence, during routine inspections over the last two years, of underage entertainers or customers at Stars Beaverton. The business also has had no OLCC violations since 2011, according to the OLCC. They added that data before 2011 was not immediately available. An OLCC inspector began working with police, soon after the Stars arrests, to investigate possible violations. Depending on what violations are found, the agency could take away the business’ liquor license, but the business could still operate without selling alcohol. So, in spite of a spotless record, the actions of one rogue manager, can destroy the reputation of one’s credibility. A club losing a liquor license is no joke kids. I can honestly only think of two juice bars in this town that have done it right. But, just yesterday, I received an email from an associate, who just so happens to work in one of said juice bars and had just recently discovered that he had a Backpage girl pulling shifts at his club.

Not only did he immediately take her off the schedule, he initiated a club policy stating that, if a girl runs a provider ad, she can’t dance at the club. Way to go my friend. THAT is being proactive. Get your house in order and start by cleaning out any and all questionable behavior out the door—sweeping it under the rug isn’t gonna fly. This can be tough on booking agents, who are pressured to have more girls, younger girls and hotter girls in order to compete with Joe’s Strip Club next door. Be sure each and every entertainer and staff member in the club is carrying valid identification— all day, every day. No ID? Send her home. What? You hired a hooker? Well, long as she’s not hooking in the club…maybe—NO! STOP RIGHT THERE! What my associate did is the right thing. No job, no booking fee and no conscience is worth being an accessory to aiding in the trafficking and prostitution of a minor. We’re better than that Portland— time to start acting like it. Here’s to a safe and vigilant NewYear my friends. JV JANUARY EVENTS wED 8 – Mystic Gentlemen’s Club Cîroc presents The Ms. Mystic Revue and Boutique Sale SAt 11 – Stars Cabaret (Bridgeport) Donate A Blanket/Sleeping Bag Party with free entry for all donations given to local homeless wED 15 – Club 205 - Covergirl Dance Contest thU 16 – Stars Cabaret (Beaverton) Pajama Party - with pillow-fight stage sets & free entry when you wear your pajamas fRI 17 – Safari Showclub - Barely-Legal Party thU 23 – Mystic Gentlemen’s Club - 4th Anniversary Party - with live music from Ditch Digger & Love Street, plus the 1st Annual Stripper Olympics The Gold Club - Grand Opening Party for Portland’s World Famous Strip Club – featuring a very special appearance by Miss Exotic Oregon 2014 - Brodie Grody fRI 31 – Safari Showclub - WET! Lube Wrestling Xpose – Free Lap Dance Party with 10 fully-nude VIP dances given away starting at 9pm Skinn Gentlemen’s Club - Best Popsicle Contest

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The sad fact is, only 8% of the population actually keep their New Year’s resolutions. This is because, people set unrealistic expectations. I want to present a way for these New Year’s resolutes not to look like such failures. It never made sense to me to reach for the sky, when the ground was right there. With that in mind, here is a selection of easy-to-complete resolutions that might help 2014 be the first year you actually succeed in that promise you make for yourself. 1. gAIN wEIght Now that Thanksgiving and Christmas have passed, your bowl full of jelly has come in nicely. This resolution dares you to keep that winter weight through all the seasons. Why worry about that beach body, when a Hawaiian shirt says loudly to all around, “That’s someone who can help me finish this bucket of chicken.” Your widening waistline will become a mark of completion. Every additional belt loop, is a step in the right direction for you this year. Best of luck and eat up. 2. PICk UP/CONtINUE SMOkINg Whether it be the perfect complement to your favorite glass of wine, the topper to a fantastic love making session, or giving you the strength to not kick the shit out of the annoying guy explaining his life plans in between asking you for money, a cigarette will become this year’s resolution to stick to. For those already familiar with these little joy bringers, congratulations. Teach the next generation of smokers how to properly dispose of their new-found lung butter. For those ready to pick this up as a resolution, wave bye bye to all of life’s little annoyances, like jogging and stairs. Stick to this resolution and wave hello to 2015 with fashionable yellow fingers. 3. SPEND yOUR SAVINgS ON ShINy thINgS People say it’s fiscally responsible to save for a rainy day. Personally, I see these people as extremely pessimistic gamblers. This year, live in the now! Have this be your year of indulgence and buy all the things you’ve been putting off—be it sparkly and pretty, fast and red or a lap dance from the glit22 exotic magazine

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teriest stripper! Maybe even two glittery strippers—who knows, go crazy with it. In 2014, resolve to reintroduce yourself to the expression, “Charge it.” After you have lived your year as royalty, next year, you will have all the fantastic things you bought to pawn. After you’re out of that stuff, don’t forget, there’s always donating blood. 4. CONtINUE AVOIDINg yOUR fAMILy This year, break free and be truly independent. Sometimes, that can be difficult, as spouses and kids tend to live with you. However, if you stick with this resolution, that situation will eventually solve itself. They will quickly see how dedicated you are to this year’s goal and they will be more than happy to let you find the peace and quiet you’re looking for. Moms and Pops are another story. Even if you move thousands of miles away, with modern technology, they can still find ways to control your life. Wait it out. You know you’ve been doing that for years anyway. The phone calls will get to ignorable levels in no time. 5. qUIt yOUR hOBBy Here’s the thing with quilting, learning how to paint, or I don’t know, fuck it, even archery. They all take money and an insane amount of time to devote to something that could end up being a complete waste of time. Malcom Gladwell wrote that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become proficient in any skill. If you spend your time avoiding work, you’ll always be getting better at it. With this resolution, every mid-day nap, aimless loitering and putting things off, is you adding more time to your 10,000 hours. In 2014, take your worthlessness from amateur to pro. 6. DRINk MORE Ride the tsunami-like waves of your New Year’s Eve booze fest throughout all of 2014. Hangovers happen when you stop drinking, so keep going! This might seem impossible at first, but as you see the bottom of more bottles, your liver will swell. That extra large liver can now finally make room for more whiskey, vodka, tequila, moonshine and drain cleaner. Meet new

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people, or wake up to them at least. Watch your social presence soar, as you have to explain to your neighbors why their lawn was last night’s bed. 7. CALL yOUR Ex All you need to do is follow number six and this resolution will take care of itself on any random Tuesday at 3am. Besides, that “I never want to see you again” was more of a suggestion anyway. Express your grief for the one that got away. Granted, it’s never worked in the past, but who’s to say that 2014 won’t be the year they finally accept you back with open arms. 8. StAy IN With more American tourists being taken hostage in foreign countries and crime growing at home, wouldn’t it be easier to make the resolution not to leave your house. Thanks to modern technology, that can be a reality. The best part is, as the hoarding begins, with American pickers in its 6th season, you can become a reality star. Just remember, bungee ropes break, parachutes don’t open and unpleasant things can happen around every corner. Why risk it? 9. MAStURBAtE CONStANtLy Done. 10. StOP READINg Let Exotic magazine be the final exclamation point of your year of illiteracy. Why order from an overlyworded menu when you can point at a picture of what you want at Denny’s. Why pay heed to STOP, YIELD and SPEED LIMIT signs, when you can... NOT. Why bother reading and cluttering your house with books, when you can clutter your house with subtitleless DVDs. There’s the classic question, “Would you rather be happy and stupid, or smart and miserable?” With this New Year’s resolution…prepare to get happy. Richie Stratton is an award-winning film director, as well as a standup comedian and host. See him at his open mic night on Tuesdays at Dante’s or his vagina-barking on Thursday and Saturday nights as emcee at the Kit Kat Club.


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JODY’S BAR & GRILL  23 food 12035 NE Glisan St | (503) 255-5039 Daily 7am-2:30am King’s Wild  15 food Lottery 13550 SE Powell Blvd | (503) 208-3506 Daily 1pm-2:30am Kit Kat Club  69 food 231 SW Ankeny St | (503) 208-3229 Daily 5pm-2:30am The Landing Strip  30 food Lottery 6210 NE Columbia Blvd | (503) 281-3212 Daily 10am-2:30am lucky devil lounge  47 food Lottery 633 SE Powell Blvd | (503) 206-7350 Daily 11am-2:30am Lure Exotic Lounge  2 food Lottery 11051 SW Barbur Blvd | (503) 244-3320 Daily 11:30am-2:30am MAGIC GARDENS  24 food Lottery 217 NW 4th Ave | (503) 224-8472 Mon-Sat Noon-2:30am Sun 6pm-2:30am MARY’S CLUB  25 food Lottery 129 SW Broadway | (503) 227-3023 Daily 11:30am-2:30am mystic gentlemen’s club  52 food Lottery 9950 SE Stark St | (503) 477-9523 Mon-Fri 9am-2:30am Sat-Sun 7am-2:30am NICOLAI ST. CLUBHOUSE  27 food 2460 NW 24th Ave | (503) 227-5384 Mon-Fri 9am-2:30am Sat 11am-2:30am THE PALLAS  28 food Lottery 13639 SE Powell Blvd | (503) 760-8128 Mon-Sat 11:30am-2:30am Sun 1pm-2:30am PIRATE’S COVE  29 food Lottery 7417 NE Sandy Blvd | (503) 287-8900 Daily 2pm-2:30am Pitiful Princess  60 food 12646 SE Division St | (503) 954-1019 Daily 11am-2:30am RIVERSIDE CORRAL  31 food 545 SE Tacoma St | (503) 232-6813 Mon-Sat 10am-2:30am Sun 1pm-1am rose city strip  10 food 3620 SE 35th Pl | (503) 239-1004 Daily 3pm-2:30am SAFARI SHOWCLUB  33 food Lottery 3000 SE Powell Blvd | (503) 231-9199 Daily 11am-2:30am shimmers gentlemen’s club  40 food Lottery 8000 SE Foster Rd | (971) 230 - 0047 Mon-Sat 9:30am-2:30am Sun 10am-2:30am Skinn Gentlemen’s Club  21 food Lottery 4523 NE 60th Ave | (503) 288-9771 Daily 10am-2:30am Sky Club  66 food Lottery 50 SW 3rd Ave | (503) 223-1375 Showtimes: Thu-Sat 9:30pm-1am Restaurant: Wed-Sun 11am-1am SOOBIE’S  35 food 333 SE 122nd Ave | (503) 253-8892 Mon-Sat 11:30am-2:30am, Sun 4pm-2:30am Spearmint Rhino  65 food 15826 SE Division St | (503) 894-9219 Daily 1pm-2:30am Spyce Gentlemen’s Club  49 food Lottery 33 NW 2nd Ave | (503) 243-4646 Sun-Thu 6pm-2:30am, Fri-Sat 3pm-2:30am STARS CABARET Beaverton  36 food 4570 SW Lombard Ave | (503) 350-0868 Mon-Sat 11am-2:00am, Sun 4pm-2am STARS Cabaret bridgeport  50 food 17939 SW McEwan Rd | (503) 726-2403 Mon-Sat 11am-2am, Sun 4pm-2am THE SUNSET STRIP  37 food 10205 SW Park Way | (503) 297-8466 Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30am, Sat 4pm-2:30am, Sun 5pm-2:30am


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Spice Video  611 SW Coast Highway / (541) 574-6969 Videos, Magazines, Multi-Channel Arcade 24 Hours / 7 Days

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B & B Adult Video  2289 Olympic St / (541) 726-7317 Videos, Arcade, Clothing, Novelties, Viewing Room 24 Hours / 7 Days Brick House  136 4th St / (541) 988-1612 Full Bar, Full Menu, Dancers, 1 Stage, 2 Cages Mon-Sat 3pm-2:30am Castle Megastore  3270 Gateway / (541) 988-9226 Videos, Magazines, Toys, Novelties, Clothes Sun-Thu 8am-2am, Fri & Sat 8am-3am Club 1444  1444 Main St / (541) 726-7299 Full Bar, Full Menu, Dancers And 1 Stage Mon-Sat Noon-2:30am, Sun 3pm-2:30am Exclusively Adult  1166 South A St / (541) 726-6969 Videos, Mags, Clothes, Novelties, Arcade 24 Hours / 7 Days Spyce Gentlemen’s Club  1195 Main St Shakers Bar And Grill  1195 Main St / (541) 736-5177 Full Bar, Full Menu, Dancers Noon-2:30am / 7 Days sweet illusions  1836 South A St / (541) 762-1503 Full Bar, Full Menu, Lottery, 2 Stages Mon-Sat Noon-2:15am

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a more lavish and extravagant setting, while exploring the infinite possibilities within the details. I didn’t have to look any further, than right here in Portland, where I found a hidden gem in the Pearl District. WildeVision Studios is a fantastically, breathtaking space where Julian Wilde and his team bring creative illustrious works of art to life. After they graciously opened up their studio for me to shoot Brodie as this month’s covergirl, I had a chance to sit down with Julian and his wife, Raven, as they offered me some truly inspiring insight to help feed my already reeling mind.

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hOw LONg hAVE yOU BEEN A PhOtOgRAPhER? I discovered cameras, and coincidentally beautiful girls, my first year in college. I actually stumbled across Helmut Newton’s book, where I saw a picture of the young and ravishing Charlotte Rampling sitting on a dining table in an elegant French hotel suite and wearing nothing more than a sly grin. I immediately thought that I would be happy doing that for the rest of my life. I was right. whERE DO yOU DRAw yOUR INSPIRAtION fROM? I think the real inspiration comes from the people in my life. In the sense that I find myself thinking “Wouldn’t it be fun to do this with so and so?” or “Wouldn’t it be interesting to do that with such and such?” Finding the right ideas, to fit the right personalities, is key for me. A great idea with the wrong person… is not as much fun. And, I always prefer to work with the people who are in my life, rather than hold casting calls. That’s what makes the experience and the image “real” to me. ARE ALL yOUR BACkDROPS PREfABRICAtED OR DO yOU MAkE thEM yOURSELf? I make everything myself. And, that’s part of the great satisfaction I get from doing this. If I just pointed to a wall and said to someone, “build me Ancient Rome,” I wouldn’t feel as connected and invested as I do. when it comes from the sweat of my brow and out of my own visions.

hOw LONg DID It tAkE yOU tO CREAtE yOUR StUDIO/VISION? I’ve had 6 or 7 studios over the years. The last studio I was in for almost 18 years. As a photographer, that’s a bad idea. You can’t help but find yourself, at some point, doing the same dog and pony trick over and over. So, I simply had to let that studio go. My current studio, in the Pearl District, is a 5,000 sq. ft. space and one of the smallest spaces I’ve been in. But, it is by far the most creative and diverse space I’ve created. Because of the rent in this space, I knew I had to hit the ground with my feet running. I virtually created the space in a non-stop, 3-month frenzy. But, like most things in life, it’s an ongoing work in progress. It’s constantly evolving, changing and adapting. DO yOU wORk wIth A tEAM, OR DO yOU DO EVERythINg ON yOUR OwN? I have a tendency to work with a very small, but exceedingly talented team. My wife, Raven, for example, styles and wardrobes virtually everything I shoot. Everything from ears to rings, from hats to heels, every costume…it’s all her and her imagination. I don’t like making 2 phone calls when one will do, so I use a great makeup artist that also does exceptional hair. So, for the last 5 years, Jodi Vaughn does virtually everything that I care about. I also don’t like a bunch of people hanging around my shoots. If you’re not in the shot or working on the shot, you’re not here.

whAt IS NIghtVISION? NightVision is my latest fine art, coffee table book. It largely chronicles the last year at this studio and it is certainly the most personal book I’ve published. I wanted to do a book that covered the rich territory between, say “the glamour magazines” and “the noholds barred area of the internet.” It’s titled NightVision because it is about the things we see at night—after the sun goes down and the curtains are drawn. So, yeah…it’s sexy and provocative. But, as many have said, it’s also “very elegant.” I would even say that, in many ways, it’s a backstage pass to our lives and our passions. hOw LONg DID It tAkE tO COMPLEtE NIghtVISION? It has been almost exactly a year of shooting and another two months of painful editing—painful in the sense, that you can’t put everything in. So, you have to decide, almost like in Sophie’s Choice, which child to save and which to abandon. For me, it’s personal like that. whERE wILL wE BE ABLE tO fIND A COPy Of NIghtVISION? We only offer my books, of which there are 5, on my official website: WildeVision.com. Feel free to visit us there. It’s a fabulous site, and if you don’t get a copy of NightVision by Christmas… there’s always Valentine’s Day!

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Dear Portland hipsters, I have been a DJ in your favorite clubs for over a decade. Although you may not recognize me, due to my lack of used jean jacket and matching nonprescription glasses, I am the provider of your soundtrack. One who has forced himself to deal with every single bullshit trend that appeals to you, the so-called “drinking crowd,” and your inbred scene of middle-aged adult children, living ten-to-a-chore-note in whatever gentrified neighborhood is currently accepting Craigslist applicants. Ranging from the two-album career of MGMT, to keeping up on popular canned beers, every aspect of your borrowed and watered-down “culture” is reflected in my career. To state it bluntly, if it weren’t for your unwashed, privileged, culturallymisinformed and socially-irrelevant demographic, my rent would not get paid on time. Therefore, consider this letter a friendly “thank you,” if anything. There are, however, a few things that you may want to consider, before tossing your tan manpurse onto the back of your moped and hitting the town. Consider this “insider knowledge” from a figurehead who represents a scene you supposedly identify with. This way, you can actually say “I’m with the DJ” and be telling the truth. First of all, your presence does not justify itself. Bring cash to the strip club and plan on spending it. Our dancers are only pretending to be impressed by war stories regarding your glory days in the Dandyclear or whatever shitty band was popular for a week in the nineties. Secretly, they are hoping that you will pause somewhere between you almost getting to open for KISS, and you not getting to open for KISS, long enough for your dick and brain to make small chat with your wallet. Cutting to the chase, dancers want your money. If you find yourself “interesting” and, from this, assume that the dancer you have cornered into a smoke break, actually plans on liking your Facebook page after you two get breakfast together, congratulations…you are two notches below “hey, I’m a feminist too” in terms of date-rapeyness. Plus, you’re delusional as hell. Not only are you not going to the Hotcake House with Cinnamon, but you are most likely being lied to, possibly out of fear. 42 exotic magazine

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The stripper being forced to hear you name drop Portland-famous bartenders, is doing so because she has to. In fact, dozens of people you hipsters interact with on a daily basis, pretend to appreciate you because, counter to fashion-based logical assumptions, everyone knows you’re all a bunch of rich trust fund babies. You may be drinking Pabst in a strip club, but that iPhone 8 gives away the fact that daddy’s car lot is doing just fine. So yeah, we play your game and pretend you’re not the fiftieth “unique” person indistinguishable from the rest of the neo-vaudevillian honkies we have seen today. But, don’t forget, we’re posers just like you. Second of all, not only is Portland full of shitty people addicted to cocaine, but we have really, really shitty cocaine. A drug that makes useless people feel relevant should never have been brought to Portland in the first place. But, to create a subculture that celebrates a weak version of said drug is, well, let’s just say the number of dead Decemberists speaks for itself. Hipsters are responsible for roughly one-hundred percent of the cocaine brought into, and consumed in, P-town. If this town actually imported some high-grade, kick-yourass Columbian blow, Darwin would be able to rest eternally in peace knowing that some good came of his work. Yet, there you are, crouched around a corner-baggie full of baby powder and Latino ass juice, sharing an overpriced substance with the rest of the metrosexual loggers while all of you secretly wish you didn’t have to sport that coldsore-masking mustache because it forces you to smell the insides of Juan The Drug Mule’s colon for the rest of the Lumineers concert. Man the fuck up and shoot the fuck up. Take a goddamn risk for once, okay? If you really want to get the most out of that new Radiohead side-project, you need to learn to ride the dragon to tin foil down. Finally, stay the fuck off the internet and part with anything post-1992. Technology is evil, remember? The only way to score real, genuine cool points with the rest of the New Michigan transplants, is to get an actual old-school camera—one that automatically adds a 1977 filter to real-life film. Polaroid cameras, like everything else you irresponsibly take from the hands of the poor,

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are available for cheap at second hand stores. Your iPhone also needs to go. Home phones are way more exclusive and you can be all, “Oh, I don’t text… I only use my land line” to the mousey girl from your women’s studies class, thus, landing you both a role in whatever neo-feminist-sponsored homemade porn festival is being over-advertised this month (because cumshots aren’t sexist if Elliot Smith is playing during, or thanked in, the credits). You already don’t own a car (because mobility is for sellouts), you will never own a home (insert here, buzzwords regarding sustainability, while simultaneously disregarding the economic and environmental effects of rezoning as a result of displaced residents, or “gentle-fication” as I like to call it), you are in your thirties and still celebrate your birthday (in other words, you can add all your desired non-technology to that megalomaniacal Amazon wishlist that carried over from the time you didn’t get Castle Greyskull for your sixth birthday), most of your Facebook friends hate you and no one who follows you on Instagram, gives two strokes of a ukulele what you ate for brunch. Amish life will be the next thing, trust me on this. Get into it, before the Juggalos discover how awesome butter churning is. Thank you, hipsters in Portland (notice how I didn’t say “from”…you’re still tourists to us). -Ray TalesFromTheDJBooth.com


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These past 365 days, saw us through another media cycle of headlines and events: marijuana became legal in Washington and Colorado and sixteen U.S. states now recognize samesex marriage. Kim Kardashian was pregnant for what felt like two years, and subsequently, named her child after a compass rose. The Obama administration suffered the biggest website tangle in a decade, and children everywhere wondered who the heck was Nelson Mandela? Yet, a lot of other things happened that didn’t earn airtime with the major networks. May we present to you, a look at some of the best and worst news in sex worker history for 2013. January: Texas Senator, Bill Zedler, proposes name badges for sex workers and adult business employees. Despite having allegedly visited a strip club “once in college”, the 69-year-old Republican claimed he had a solution to minimizing exploitation of workers. Mandated name tags! The proposed badges, would allow customers to see that strippers and porn shop employees were indeed named human beings, and legally permitted to operate at their job sites—as if this has anything to do with human trafficking. Need it be unnecessary to state, that this is actually the responsibility of the employer or business to copy identification and hold records in an office, rather than tagging workers as if they are cattle. Oh, you silly Texan. February: Cerebral palsy-afflicted husband and wife advocate sexual therapy. In Perth, Australia, a couple is asking for their countries’ parliament to consider a bill which would consider sex workers a legitimate need for people with disabilities. If voted in, The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) would cover and allow people like David Heckendorf to pay for and experience sex. The Heckendorfs, both dependent on caregivers for feeding, bathing and dressing them, argue, “For many of us with profound physical disabilities, we need assistance with sexual release and sexual expression. We do not all have able-bodied sexual partners who can, (or are willing to) assist us to have sexual release.” In much of Europe, sexual assistance for disabled 46 exotic magazine

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adults is already legal. March: Psychologists finally consider the value in sex work. Relating to sexual therapy, Psychology Tomorrow magazine publishes an online article in which the correlation between therapist and prostitute is acknowledged. It turns out; people need a release, whether it’s coital or cognitive. “It’s difficult not to continue the comparison between the goals and techniques of these sex workers and of psychotherapists — empathy, compassion, communication and connection, self-knowledge, affirmation and a corrective experience. Both experiences take place within a suspended reality, where the relationship is limited to a prescribed time and place,” writes Stanley Siegel, psychotherapist. April: An ‘aspiring serial killer’ kills himself. While waiting to be tried for the brutal murder of two prostitutes, 27-yearold Derek Richardson did the world a favor. The Kansas City, Missouri, defendant died as a result of an unspecified suicide attempt and his organs were cultivated for donation. Richardson’s victims were killed during sex acts and left on graveled roads. Perhaps it’s inhumane to be pleased, but Prosecutor Daniel White claims, “The suicide saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars and maybe more,” by avoiding a trial and appeals process. May/June: Brooklyn prosecutors recommend police officers to stop using condoms as evidence in prostitution cases. The paradox is this: health experts recommend safe sex practices, yet carrying barrier methods, i.e. condoms, can be considered proof of illegal activity, i.e paying for sex. While some districts do not allow dick wrappers as damning evidence, nearly 600 arrests in Brooklyn each year undoubtedly slow down the judicial system. “Because of public health policy considerations, it is now the practice of the Manhattan D.A.’s office, to not introduce condoms as evidence in individual loitering for prostitution or prostitution cases,” said Erin M. Duggan, the chief spokeswoman for the office. But, the city’s district attorneys said they would continue to view condoms as potential evidence in trafficking cases—a charge more commonly brought on pimps. July: Hung actor, Thomas Jane, reveals that he performed sex acts for money in his early years in Hollywood. Nope, I

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have never seen that show either, but it’s admirable for a hetero, mainstream male actor to admit to sex acts with men as well as women! “I was 18. I wasn’t averse to going down to Santa Monica Boulevard and letting a guy buy me a sandwich. Know what I mean? You grow up as an artist in a big city, and as James Dean said, you’re going to have one arm tied behind your back if, you don’t accept people’s sexual flavors.” Stigma be damned—Hollywood actor, I applaud you! September: Zurich opens their “hooker driv- ins.” These efficiently-designed and relatively-private outdoor structures mimic the look of a do-it-yourself car wash, yet allow for safer, legal sextivities. Placards, condom dispensers and a safety side-exit for the prostitute are included in the smart design. Recent studies in Germany determined that many street workers are endangered mothers and attempts to make sex work safer are commendable. The rules? “Just one man per car, no bikes or motorcycles, no filming, and of course, no littering.” October: Hung actor, Thomas Jane, says he never blew dudes and, “I’m not gay!” Ah, dammit. Thomas Jane says he was misquoted and that he was never paid for penis play. November: French lawmakers propose to fine clients of prostitutes. In a country that does not criminalize street walkers, parliament officials have drafted a bill which would allow for taxing the johns— which prostitutes and advocates claim will endanger their safety. “The prostitutes will be forced to hide,” says one, “When the police see a man approach a prostitute, they will fine the client. It will change everything.” The opposition to the bill claims that conducting their work in the privacy of clients’ homes, puts them at a higher risk for violence. December: Portland stripper organizes homeless charity drive. Calling it “Nudes for the Needy.” This event was hosted by poledancer Soren High at Luchador bar on N. Albina, where the strippers and civilians met to sew blankets, and donate toiletries and goods, to be distributed to those who call the streets their home.

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