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As if New York City didn't already have it's fair share of superheroes, the kickoff of New York Comic Con is bound to bring a whole new lot of latex lovers and masked 'mos to the Big Apple this weekend. The absurdly popular nerd convention may not be inherently gay, but the promise of jacked men wearing spandex in public usually doesn't attract large numbers of straight dudes.

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There's only so many things we can say about Chris Crocker's new video with the Maverick Men, which premiered yesterday. Instead of telling you all about his gorgeous boyfriend and the random kayaking trip they went on, we're just going to show you.

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Last year, we heard that the attention-craving queen of "leave Britney alone" fame was once again attempting to launch himself into fame by making a leap (not a far one, mind you) into the gay porn biz. We were completely unfazed by sudden change-of-interest until we dug a little deeper and found out he's actually really HOT now.

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Fleshbot Poll: To .XXX Or Not To .XXX?



The interweb—or certain parts of it anyway—is abuzz once again this week over ICANN's impending vote on whether to create a new top-level domain expressly for porn sites: advocates of the much-discussed proposition say that a .XXX domain will make it easier for filters to keep adult content from being accessed by minors, while critics (including many adult industry advocacy groups as well as some religous organizations, curiously enough) claim that the proposed structure will only serve to ghettoize online smut into a position where it could be more easily censored. (Not to mention cause an explosion in the numbers of such sites, since registration for a .XXX domain would be voluntary on the part of webmasters and there'd be nothing to stop anyone from mirroring, say, Fleshbot.com at Fleshbot.xxx as well.) Since there are varying reports on the amount of public support or opposition to the idea, we thought we'd put the question to the best-informed porn viewing audience we know: our readers. We can't say whether ICANN will take our findings into account this Friday, but at least we'll be providing another statistic to help frame the debate as it continue to rage on in the future.

· "Vote on .XXX Expected Friday" (XBiz)
· "ICANN to Vote This Week on Pornography Domain" (pcworld.com)

Make your opinion known after the jump—and don't forget to let us know why you think the way you do in the comments.


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