where's the wick?

Oh, they're making them out of wax now:

Adult film star Jenna Jameson poses with her wax likeness at Madame Tussaud's Las Vegas in the Venetian Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2006. Jameson, a native of Las Vegas, is the first adult film star to be featured at the museum. (AP Photo/Laura Rauch)


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20 Responses:

  1. ammutbite says:

    the patently obvious question-Which one is wax?

  2. jwz says:

    Also, while googling to see if I had posted anything else about wax figures in the past, I came across "Loads of information and resources about jwz". And wax. Which is puzzling.

    • baconmonkey says:

      awesome google spam trap.
      reload it a few times.
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      • baconmonkey says:

        The politics of fur: after a decade or two in which the ideal queer body image included a visit to the waxing salon, body hair is beautiful - to some,
        Author: Advocate, The

        It's easy to follow the gay hairline of the past 50 years. In the '50s lean, hairless muscle boys posed for "health" magazines. The '60s gave us the Cockettes, who with their long hair, beards, and fuzzy bodies underneath pounds of drag epitomized the gay hippie look. The Village People ushered in the end of the '70s as a group of gay icons with the perfect amount of hair in the perfect places---hair as costume piece.

        In the '80s and early '90s gay men in the initial years of the AIDS pandemic defied society's perceptions of their health by working out, tanning, and shaving their bodies with equal enthusiasm--thank you, Calvin Klein, for bringing Olympic pole-vaulter Tom Hintnaus, in your underwear, to the masses via that legendary Times Square billboard. Hard, smooth, and golden-brown became the ideal. But soon there would be the Hair Revolution led by the gay Cossacks, the bears.

        Now over a decade old, the boar movement is largely responsible for putting hair back in, and on, the faces of gay men. "Bear Magazine made it OK for gay men to be sexy while still looking like regular working-class guys--unaffected, unfussy, less groomed and polished," says Scott McGillivray, 43, former editor of Bear and current editor-copublisher of 100% Beef and BQ magazines.

        But boars aside, we're still far from a Hairy Gay Planet. Alyn Topper, one of the featured stylists on Bravo's Blow Out, is hopeful. "In West Hollywood, I wish that would come true. It took me months to get my boyfriend to grow his leg hair out." Hair fan that he is, Topper nonetheless preaches regular maintenance. "You need to take the Twirly Test. Take your pinkie and go to any patch of hair on your body. If you can wrap your fuzzy patch at least halfway around your little phalange, then you've tested positive for the Twirly Test, and you need to do some manscaping."

  3. abates says:

    Poor nipple-less wax Jenna.

  4. jkonrath says:

    The best part about Tussad's in Vegas is they let you pose with the exhibits.

  5. buckminster says:

    They don't look much alike.

  6. hobbitluvin says:

    Well...The least you can say for the creaters is that they didn't have to do much of a stretch in making her tits seem 'real.'

  7. rapier1 says:

    I find it fascinating that they actually copied her mishapen right breast so closely. I would think they would have been kind enough to smooth it out a bit.

  8. lordshell says:

    I can't decide if that's really cool or really creepy.

  9. belgand says:

    Frankly I never saw her appeal. She looks like every other bleached blonde with fake tits and a fake, dumb expression on her face. How such an unattractive image became dominant in porn is something I'll never understand. I know I wouldn't sleep with her.

    Then again, I had problems with Pirates partially because all the women in it were exclusively from this mode with Jesse Jane being the worst of the bunch. I mean, the woman looked like a blow-up doll come to life. Then again it also had a guy with a refreshingly average looking dick.

    Sometimes the mainstream American porn freaks me out far more than the freaky stuff I have to go to the internet to find.