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Tex Hollywood - January 2, 2024

Running a network of male-centric websites that fixate on babes is not the most lucrative business to be in, especially not in this era.

They have designed a system in which celebrating hot models is considered misogynistic, despite the hot models getting paid a ton of money for being hot models, so clearly there's a market for hot models.

We struggle around here to secure advertisers because even our very SAFE FOR WORK sports site is flagged an Adult Site, because the bulk of our content is around hot girls in and around sports. How dare us.

I have seen mainstream media sites, you know all the big players run photoshoots with bare breasts, rocking google ads, but our reposting of instagram bikini pics flags us in the same category as an ADULT STREAMING SITE, which I can't even name because the ROBOTS at Google will think that we are promoting ADULT CONTENT.

So it is not surprising to see that ESPN aired a woman flashing the crowd for beads on Bourbon street during the Sugar Bowl.

They can argue that it's a cultural moment, something that people do in New Orleans and not NSFW at all, but at the same time, they normally avoid airing breasts on TV due to things like the regulatory boards that control the narrative of the media. Otherwise cable would just be blue movies and bikini babes reading the news.

I figure breasts on TV is the only salvation for TV besides live sports, but they'll obviously spin it into being just good old fashioned b-roll getting an unexpected surprise!

ESPN has made a statement that reads:

We regret that this happened and apologize that the video aired in the telecast. We imagine most fans did not mind, though. In fact, many encourage this sort of thing.

Still, ESPN should consider another location in the future. Things can get wild on Bourbon Street.

So that sounds like ESPN is aware the audience likes titties!

Now ESPN can expect to make all the GOOGLE money off the Boob Flash thanks to everyone googling it, because that's how clickbait works!

Meanwhile, here's that clip that is being embedded that will get us banned from all ad platforms even though it was televised and news!



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