May 21, 2009 02:58pm
Source: Roads to Moscow
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Lesbians of the World Unite! With these revolutionary words, 2009 AVN Award Nominee Joanna Angel is ushering in the era of the Riot Grrrls!
As V.I. Lenin once observed, ''sometimes history needs a push,'' and that's just what Joanna has been doing throughout her career - pushing the boundaries of pornography by creating unique adult films laced with a punk ethos and a distinctive (and often irreverent) sense of humor.
Now, porn's punk princess has cast her most popular Burning Angel models in Riot Grrrls, the definitive feminist-anarchist cookbook of girl-on-girl lust. The title draws inspiration from the Riot Grrrl Movement begun in the early 1990s by the Washington State band Bikini Kill and its lead singer, Kathleen Hanna. Hanna's Riot Grrrl Manifesto began with the infamous declaration ''We must take over the means of production in order to create our own moanings.''
But don't be expecting these ''moanings'' to be some dry Marxist-Feminist thesis; covergirls Pixie Pearl and Mandy Mordrid are joined by Asphyxia, Allister, Cadence St. John, Jayded, Eden Von Sleaze, Envy Vicious, Nova T.A., Audrey Angel, and cult fan favorite Jessie Lee for three hours of explosive pussy eating, bangouts, intense toy action, and much, much more. Burning Angel's last all-girl movie, Girls Girls Girls II received a Critic's Choice award from AdultDVDReviews.Com, proving this brand's lasting commitment to quality.
As Joanna says of her company's latest release, ''What I particularly like the most about this movie is the cast. When people think ''girl girl'' movie, they usually think about very soft, innocent, girl-next-door type chicks, and this movie is very much the antithesis of that.
''These girls are true punk rock chicks - this is not a recommended movie to watch if you have any interest in seeing the same chicks you're used to seeing in every other movie!''
So get ready for the invasion of Burning Angel's Riot Grrrls. You have nothing to lose but the chains that have kept you watching boring porno!
For more information, please visit www.vouyermedia.com and www.burningangel.com
Crossing boundaries and breaking new ground, the Burning Angel empire is a refreshingly unique web cocktail of sex, rock n' roll, and pop culture. Its unmatchable edge has claimed a burgeoning bi-coastal community both in and out of cyberspace. BurningAngel.com officially launched on April 20th, 2002, with a few sets of photos, and one band interview. The amateur experiment, launched by two college kids from Rutgers University (Joanna Angel and Mitch Fontaine), has since exploded into a fierce indie company that has pioneered a new species of erotica, and has since given way to the emergence of Joanna Angel as the site's performing star, earning her the title of the ''Queen of Alt-Porn.''
In addition to its Internet success, the overwhelming popularity of BurningAngel.com spawned the website's sister DVD production company, Burning Angel Entertainment, in January 2006. The movies produced are ironic, hip, funny, cult classics, among them are award-winning movies such as ''Joanna's Angels 2'' and ''Cum on My Tattoo 3''. BurningAngel.com now hosts an extensive hardcore video collection and photo gallery featuring over 200 girls, hailing the site's co-founder and star, Joanna Angel, as its queen bee. The site also features provocative interviews with a variety of bands on both major and independent labels; a few of the interviewees include Bad Religion, the Transplants, Bloc Party, Marilyn Manson, the Bouncing Souls, and Brendon Small of Cartoon Network's /Metalocalypse.
In addition to the site's music editorial content, BurningAngel.com also boasts an interactive, alternative web community, featuring active message boards, profile pages for all BurningAngel members and models, and ''comment'' sections on every page, enabling everyone within the community to voice their opinion. In the past few years, Joanna Angel and BurningAngel have been featured in the New York Times, Newsweek, the Village Voice, Esquire UK and many more, along with appearances on Playboy TV's ''Sexcetera,'' Fuse TV, KROQ/LA, Fox News and the popular television series ''LA Ink'', where Joanna is known for her infamous role as the girl who had the fake orgasm in the series' Season Premiere. The New York Post also featured Joanna as one of its ''Top 25 Sexiest Nyers'', and Heeb magazine made her the cover girl, naming her one of its ''Top 100 Up-and-Coming Jews.''
''This has certainly been an interesting voyage, but really it has just begun,'' Joanna proclaims, ''I wanna keep getting people off – both men and women – and making people laugh until I'm old and unattractive and my boobs get saggy, and even then I will keep providing my loyal fans with some quality porno.''