Cassidy Goes ‘Stroke ’em Condom Style’ On "Gangnam Style" Rap

It’s for a good cause but there’s something kind of  goofy about Philadelphia rapper, Cassidy, free styling to Korean superstar, Psy’s, mega hit, “Gangnam Style.” In the rap he say’s “I don’t care if she say’s she’s not infected.” Indeed.

Take a listen for yourself and as always, hit the comments and let us know what you think.

[Cited: Vibe // Photo Via]

Vasalgel: The Contraceptive that lasts 10 years

Condoms suck are very useful contraceptives, yet not everybody is fan, but there’s good news for those jimmy-hat haters, there might be a more effective and long lasting alternative for preventing pregnancy.

According to a report by Techcitement, thanks to some promising research in India, a male contraceptive called Vasalgel, since April, has quietly started human trials in the US, but what does that mean for horny American men everywhere? 
   
Vasalgel, the male contraceptive, will basically prevent pregnancy without the use of condoms or any other kind of contraceptive for 10+ years.
With a simple procedure called RISUG, Vasalgel will be injected into the testes (ouch) which will then prevent the stable membranes for sperm, meaning that pregnancy will not occur when having sex without condoms. Also the procedure supposedly prevents the spreading of HIV – at least from the male – and will be inexpensive and reversible. 
Before everybody throws in the towel on using condoms. It’s just reached human testing in the US and was already being used in India with very little or no side effects. Check out this link for more information. And In the mean time, wrap it up.

[Cited: techcitment]

Vasalgel: The Contraceptive that lasts 10 years

Condoms suck are very useful contraceptives, yet not everybody is fan, but there’s good news for those jimmy-hat haters, there might be a more effective and long lasting alternative for preventing pregnancy.

According to a report by Techcitement, thanks to some promising research in India, a male contraceptive called Vasalgel, since April, has quietly started human trials in the US, but what does that mean for horny American men everywhere? 
   
Vasalgel, the male contraceptive, will basically prevent pregnancy without the use of condoms or any other kind of contraceptive for 10+ years.
With a simple procedure called RISUG, Vasalgel will be injected into the testes (ouch) which will then prevent the stable membranes for sperm, meaning that pregnancy will not occur when having sex without condoms. Also the procedure supposedly prevents the spreading of HIV – at least from the male – and will be inexpensive and reversible. 
Before everybody throws in the towel on using condoms. It’s just reached human testing in the US and was already being used in India with very little or no side effects. Check out this link for more information. And In the mean time, wrap it up.

[Cited: techcitment]

BrooklynBrand Presents: The Breakdown Ep. 1

The inaugural BrooklynBrand media compilation of all the things that mattered during the last week. Here we catch up on all things music, media and everything in between. The Podcast crew this week discusses Rihanna, condoms in porn, the wonders of interracial sex, Sandy and the death of Twinkies.

Disclaimer: We can only go up from here so disregard the sound leveling. Next time it will be cleaned up.
Follow the crew and like the pages.
Twitter/Instagram 
Brandon: @BrandonBrando @BrooklynBrando
Spadaque: @Spadaque
Dash: @Dashx4
Travis: @Trav405

BrooklynBrand Presents: The Breakdown Ep. 1

The inaugural BrooklynBrand media compilation of all the things that mattered during the last week. Here we catch up on all things music, media and everything in between. The Podcast crew this week discusses Rihanna, condoms in porn, the wonders of interracial sex, Sandy and the death of Twinkies.

Disclaimer: We can only go up from here so disregard the sound leveling. Next time it will be cleaned up.
Follow the crew and like the pages.
Twitter/Instagram 
Brandon: @BrandonBrando @BrooklynBrando
Spadaque: @Spadaque
Dash: @Dashx4
Travis: @Trav405

Rubber Rule: Porno Industry Hates New Condom Law, Threatens To Sue

California recently passed a law that has the porno industry fuming mad. The law, called Measure B, forces all pornography filmed in state to have their performers wrapped up and strapped up. And in a new report by Health Land, the industry may sue to stop its implementation, citing the potential profit lose from people buying less video.

Meanwhile, advocates in favor of the law says it will reduce the rate of STD’s among members of the porno industry. For the part the industry says, “that 350,000 sex scenes have been shot without condoms since 2004 without a single case of HIV transmission on set.”


Under the law, producers would have to get a permit from the Health Department which would most likely involve nurses popping up on porno sets and checking things out. The pertinent question of if that would involve some sort of genital examination is not yet clear.

While some adult-film-industry trade groups, like The Free Speech Coalition, are threatening lawsuits on first amendments grounds, a pretty  influential public media company has come out agains the measure. The Los Angeles Times Editorial board released a statement saying the law, while good intentioned, is stupid and won’t work.

What do you think? Are you ready to say goodbye to ‘raw’ video’s?

[Cited: Healthland // Photo Via: Wowcondoms]

Rubber Rule: Porno Industry Hates New Condom Law, Threatens To Sue

California recently passed a law that has the porno industry fuming mad. The law, called Measure B, forces all pornography filmed in state to have their performers wrapped up and strapped up. And in a new report by Health Land, the industry may sue to stop its implementation, citing the potential profit lose from people buying less video.

Meanwhile, advocates in favor of the law says it will reduce the rate of STD’s among members of the porno industry. For the part the industry says, “that 350,000 sex scenes have been shot without condoms since 2004 without a single case of HIV transmission on set.”


Under the law, producers would have to get a permit from the Health Department which would most likely involve nurses popping up on porno sets and checking things out. The pertinent question of if that would involve some sort of genital examination is not yet clear.

While some adult-film-industry trade groups, like The Free Speech Coalition, are threatening lawsuits on first amendments grounds, a pretty  influential public media company has come out agains the measure. The Los Angeles Times Editorial board released a statement saying the law, while good intentioned, is stupid and won’t work.

What do you think? Are you ready to say goodbye to ‘raw’ video’s?

[Cited: Healthland // Photo Via: Wowcondoms]