Archive for June, 2005

Winnie Cooper in Lingerie Pictures

Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

So, I’m browsing through the as-usual-mostly-all-ads July issue of Stuff Magazine, stopping for a few minutes to laugh at the gold plated PSP in the “best bling” section (I’ll take two).

I was shocked as I turned a page and came face to face with Winnie Cooper from the Wonder Years – in nothing but lingerie!

I don’t even see where her name is listed on the cover of the magazine, yet there is Danica McKellar, Winnie herself, in almost all of her glory. There are seven pages of full color pictures, including a double page spread, and an interesting interview where she says that she’s never even posed in a bikini before and she’s doing Stuff to try to help get rid of the “nice girl” image.

I don’t think it’s going to work. She is absolutely hot, of course, but if you read the interview, you’re left thinking she really is a nice girl – a nice (and very smart) girl with a nice body as well. Anyway, I haven’t found any of the pictures online yet (not even on the Stuff website), or I’d post a link, but I wanted to let you know about it, in case you have a Winnie Cooper crush just like me and Kevin Arnold.

The Stuff Mag issue with the Winnie pics is the July issue – it has Sofia Vergara on the cover. You can also visit Danica’s official website, but she doesn’t have any of the pics up over there yet either.

.XXX Domains & The Coming Crack Down On Free Speech

Thursday, June 2nd, 2005

Sam Sugar over at the SugarBank blog has an article about the approval of the .xxx domain extension and how bad it will be for those who support free speech. He suggests, as many other have, that a .kids domain would be a much better solution.

Here is a preview of what Sam and many in the adult industry see coming once .xxx is in place:

Companies like AOL, will start boasting of a commitment to ‘protect the children’ by filtering out ‘.xxx’ domains. Conservative groups will campaign to make accessing ‘.xxx’ domains from government or library computers illegal. Hosting companies will choose, or be compelled by the law, to restrict any adult content on their servers to ‘.xxx’ domains.

Some states will attempt to make hosting ‘.xxx’ domains illegal within their borders.

It will only be a matter of time before the U.S. government on their current “we will force our morals on all of you peasants” crusade try to force adult themed sites on to .xxx domains.

This is an issue on which Literotica has every intention of fighting. We are an erotic website, not unlike Nerve or even parts of Salon – the day that the government forces into, they will have a chance to force us over. Until then, we’ll be right here at

It’s going to be a bumpy ride for free speech supporters for the next few years – hopefully the U.S. Constitution can survive the attacks.