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premiered at Sundance in 2015, it was met with generally-positive reviews.The film, directed by Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus (and featuring Rashida Jones as a producer), explored the amateur porn industry.showed the harsh realities of why many teen girls start doing amateur porn.But some critics argued that it was a bit one-sided, as it only shows one subsection of the industry.(Many porn proponents will be quick to direct you to feminist porn sites, which are a lot different from the mainstream options.) title is a bit of a misnomer.“I’m not going to get engaged just because I’m the ‘Bachelor,’” he says.Though a happily-ever-after is Nick’s ultimate goal, he first has to eliminate one woman before venturing on to Finland and the Fantasy Suites.

Two years removed from the breakup, Andi hopes she and Nick can move beyond their past and focus on his future — more specifically, the Fantasy Suites. Nick Viall’s sexcapades — or lack thereof this season — became a prominent talking point between the “Bachelor” and his ex, Andi Dorfman, on Monday’s episode.Ahead of the rose ceremony, the one-time “Bachelorette” made a surprise visit to Nick’s hotel room, where they took an unexpected trip down memory lane. I’m really curious why Andi’s here right before a rose ceremony,” Nick shares. (FOX 11) - Shocking details emerge about the bus driver, convicted in the death of an autistic Whittier teen left inside a hot school bus. His family is suing the bus company, and the Whittier School District.A court filing says the driver, Armando Ramirez, was having sex with a married co-worker, as 19-year old Paul Lee was left unable to escape the sweltering heat in September 2015. Attorneys for the family say Ramirez and his mistress sent a flurry of explicit text messages to each other.

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