The VIP Connect Announces line up and schedule for AVN 2015

The VIP Connect Announces line up and schedule for AVN 2015

Wed Jan 21st

Abby Cross            2pm – 5pm

Diamond Kitty         6pm – 9pm

Eva Long                   2pm – 5pm

Hannah Hartman    4pm – 8pm

Jaclyn Taylor             6pm – 9pm

Laura Bentley           5pm -9pm

Maci Maguire           6pm – 10pm

Sadie Santana          2pm -6pm

Tia Cyrus                  3pm – 5pm

Kendra Khaleesi       2pm – 5pm

 

 

Thursday Jan 22

Abby Cross                12pm – 3pm

Allison Moore            5pm – 8pm

Diamond Kitty           6pm – 8pm

Eva Long                     1pm -5pm

Hannah Hartman      12 pm – 3pm

Jaclyn Taylor               12pm – 3pm

Laura Bentley            3pm – 7pm

Maci Maguire            4pm – 8pm

Nikki Delano              4pm – 6pm

Payton West              5pm – 8pm

Sadie Santana           5pm – 8pm

Tia Cyrus                    6pm – 8pm

Kendra Khaleesi        3pm – 7pm

Nikki Phoenix            1pm – 4pm

 

Friday Jan 23

Abby Cross                2pm – 5pm

Allison Moore            3pm – 6pm

Diamond Kitty          3pm – 8pm

Eva Long                     5pm – 8pm

Hannah Hartman      12pm – 3pm

Jaclyn Taylor              12pm – 3pm

Laura Bentley            5pm – 8pm

Lisa Daniels               1pm – 4pm

Maci Maguire            2pm- 5pm

Nikki Delano              430pm – 630pm

Payton West              12pm – 3pm

Sadie Santana           3pm – 6pm

Tia Cyrus                    3pm – 5pm

Kendra Khaleesi        5pm – 8pm

Nikki Phoenix            1pm – 4pm

 

Sat Jan 24

Allison Moore           11am – 1pm

Eva Long                   11am – 1pm

Hannah Hartman    12pm – 2pm

Laura Bentley          11am – 1pm

Nikki Delano            12pm – 2pm

Payton West            1pm to 3pm

Sadie Santana          11am – 1pm

Tia Cyrus                  12pm – 2pm

Kendra Khaleesi       1pm – 4pm

Nikki Phoenix            1pm – 4pm

Anal 101 Lessons by Shy Love

I get asked on a daily bases how to do anal properly. So i decided to put a video together of the step by step process to do anal whether it is for your personal life or for shooting a porn scene.

I hope this Anal 101 helps you. These are the steps I took when I was shooting scenes.

 

Twitter: @thevipconnect

Website: www.thevipconnect.com

Producers: Some Agencies Are Ripping You Off. Here’s How And What You Can Do About it (Written by LA Direct Models)

Derek from LA Direct wrote something yesterday that I believe is very important for producers to read and I could not agree with him more in this matter.

http://ladirectnews.com/?p=2678

 

We’d like to address an important issue in the adult film business regarding fair practices and model rates. The practice of booking models at vastly different rates without justification has long been the practice of many agencies within our business. Direct Models does not support this practice, and does not participate in it. Recently we’ve been compelled to speak out against this practice, as several producers have asked us about it, and it has become apparent to us that many of our directors/studio clients are unaware that this is occurring, and the disparities between the rates models are being booked at by some agencies has reached an all-time high.

 

One producer client recently shared a story with us of how they found out that a major agency in our business had booked a female model to him at a rate of $1000 for a boy/girl scene, and then in the very same week had booked the same model to another producer for a similar scene at a rate of $350. Though that is a particularly extreme example, it is not uncommon for some agencies to book a model for a boy/girl scene at a rate of $700 to one producer, and then book the same model to another producer for a comparable boy/girl scene at a rate of $1000. We find this practice to be unfair to our producer clients, unfair to talent (who are sometimes pressured to work at very low rates), and ultimately damaging to the reputation of the model.

 

There are legitimate cases to be made for booking a model at a rate other than their standard rate. These might include a model accepting $100 less than her standard rate in return for same day pay. Another example might be a guaranteed number of scenes per month from a given producer (though this is more common with male talent, as many producers will use the same male talent multiple times per month, but won’t shoot the same female models every month). Another justifiable reason to agree to a lowered rate on some models may be if a producer’s shoot is significantly shorter than average,- perhaps a shoot that takes 1.5 hours instead of 4-8 hours. The issue is not $50 here or $100 there for reasons that are justifiable. What we are referring to here is situations in which producers of a similar nature, are being charged vastly different rates for what amounts to nearly identical work by the model.

 

If an agency wishes to book a model for a standard BG scene at a rate of $700, and the model agrees to accept that, then so be it. That is the prerogative of that agency and model. We take no issue with how they choose to conduct business for themselves, though in our opinion $700 for a female model is too low for a BG scene in most cases. What is unfair, though, is to then charge another client $1000 for the same work for the sole reason that the agent knows the client can afford it, and won’t question the rate.

 

Direct Models supports charging consistent rates to all producers. Never will there be a time when we will quote a client $1000 for a model, and then book that same model to a similar company/similar shoot for $600 or $700. Every model that Direct Models represents is informed of our stance on this at the time of signing with the agency. We are firm in our stance on this, as we know there will be times when a model is pressured by a producer on social media to shoot for them at a rate significantly lower than their standard rate. In these cases, we will always decline those bookings, as it is unfair to our clients paying full rates, and in the long run it is damaging to the model’s reputation. We wish for our models to be prepared for the fact that we will decline such work.

 

So what can be done?

 

We would propose that, in order to avoid being taken advantage of in this way, if you as a director are made aware that you’re paying significantly more for a particular agency’s models than a competitor of yours whose shoots are similar in nature, we encourage you to refuse to book any similar models from that agency at a rate higher than what you know others are paying. So if you know that Studio A is paying $700 for a standard BG scene, and you wish to shoot a standard BG scene with that model (or a model of similar caliber) from that agency, we would encourage you to refuse to pay any more than $700.

Why should you pay hundreds more just because you can? You are being taken advantage of. Would this be acceptable in any other business scenario?

Simply put – in all cases, we suggest you ask for the lowest BG rate that the model has ever accepted or the agency has ever accepted employment on behalf of the model. Simple.

 

To producers who may be angered by this post, due to the fact that they are booking models at rates they know to be hundreds of dollars lower than what their competitors are paying:

We are not suggesting those agencies should charge you more.

We are suggesting that they should charge others the same rates you’re getting.

Certainly you would not appreciate being one of the producers being charged more than the others.

We are not criticizing you for your desired scene budget. If you are a producer who wishes to pay $500 for a female model for a BG scene, that is your business and we respectfully support your right to do so and conduct business in a manner and within a budget that suits your studio.

 

If you are a model reading this, we encourage you to think about the long term repercussions of accepting bookings from your agency at rates well below what is standard for you.

Eventually word will get around that your rates are varying by hundreds of dollars for the same type of scenes, and it will reflect poorly on you with producers who might wish to employ you.

If you are accepting BG scenes at $500, that is fine, but then why should anyone ever pay you $1000 again?

You can fool some people some of the time, but you won’t be able to fool all people all of the time.

 

This is not a matter of attacking anyone individually.

It is a matter of ethics and standards that we feel needs to be discussed openly. Direct Models values its producer, and model clients, and we are always striving to do what is fair and reasonable for both.

We hope that, through open dialogue, we can help move towards a more fair and ethical business environment.

 

 

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Madison Ivy Interview

Madison Ivy Discusses:
1. When she got into porn
2. How she got into porn
3. What made her get into porn
4. What she like about the business
5. What she dislikes about the business
6. Best sex scene
7. Advice she would give to girls trying to get into the business
8. Advice on choosing the right agent
9. Why she choose The VIP Connect
10. Favorite Sex position
11. Her hobbies
12. What she like to do when she is not working

Website: www.thevipconnect.com
Twitter: @thevipconnect

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Nikki Delano Interview

Nikki Discusses:
1. When she got into porn
2. How she got into porn
3. What made her get into porn
4. What she like about the business
5. What she dislikes about the business
6. Best sex scene
7. Advice she would give to girls trying to get into the business
8. Advice on choosing the right agent
9. Why she choose The VIP Connect
10. Favorite Sex position
11. Her hobbies
12. What she like to do when she is not working

Website: www.thevipconnect.com
Twitter: @thevipconnect

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Abby Cross Interview (There are 3 Parts to this Interview)

 

Interview with adult actress Abby Cross. This interview discusses :
1. How she got into the business.
2. What girls should look out for.
3. What she loves and dislikes about the porn business.
4. How to find the right agent that work for you in porn.

website: www.thevipconnect.com
twitter: @thevipconnect

Shy Love Introduces The VIP Connect

 

I decided that yes i could write on the VIP blog all day but i figured video speaks louder than words.

This agency is operated by Shy Love (That’s me). We believe that talent is more important than anything. We work for talent………………

Welcome to The VIP Connect.