February 18, 2003 12:00pm
Tiffany Storm, Joan Irvine, Andrea Hackett, & Dog Walking Service
Source: Top Pro Talent
by: Company Press Release
(SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, CA) -- Listeners of last night's Wanker Show on KSEXradio.com, were introduced to quite the variety, and in many respects, a completely different style radio show. The popular nightly broadcast, hosted by Wankus and five adult industry "CoHos", began with it's normal, not so normal opening, but switched gears rather sharply.
"There's nearly 20 inches of snow in New York right now," stated Wankus, "And for a live report, lets check in now with Susie of SusiesBedAndBone.com." Listeners who assumed they were being introduced to an amateur girl, stuck in a blizzard, were shocked and amused, when they found out 'Susie' owns a dog walking service and animal boarding company. "Who would be a better person to describe the inconvenience of bad weather, then a dog walker?" Wankus asked, on-air.
Make no mistake, the call wasn't just for a chat about the weather. Wankus and Daisy (who was in for a vacationing Calli Cox), probed Susie about the sexual things she stumbles upon in her career, a career that has her entering strange people's homes on a daily basis. "Any guy ever answer the door wearing a dress or anything like that?" Wankus queried.
"One time, I filled in for someone at an apartment I've never been to before," Susie stated, "And when I got to the door, the man was drunk out of his mind, there were naked girls all over the couch, a room full of horny men and porn on the televisions."
Wankus jumped in, "oh my god, porn....imagine that."
"They didn't know I was the dog walker," Susie continued, "And they instructed me to get naked and join the party. When I told them I was there for the dog, they still offered me $500 to strip for them."
"Did you?" Wankus asked.
"No, but it was tempting," replied Susie.
The radio show moved at a fast past. There wasn't a moment of down time and if you left your seat for a second, you'd be left out.
Joan Irvine of the ASACP (Adult Sites Against Child Pornography) came into the studio next and Wankus complimented her immediately, "Joan, what you and your organization does is fantastic! When I met you in Vegas and had you on the live show there, I thought to myself, 'Ok, here we go, momma-hate-porn is on the couch, we gotta make this quick'. It turned out that you were one of the most interesting interviews I have ever had and I loved your passion so much, I had to have you back in."
The ASACP works closely with the FBI and other enforcement agencies to stop web sites that distribute and promote child pornography. The reason this organization is essential to the adult business, is that they are proud supporters of adult films, web sites and live shows, that are geared for adults and present only adults. In many cases, Mainstream America gives all of porn a bad name, when disgusted with kiddie porn. They put everything in the same pool of sin, when in fact, there are many respectable adult forums that offer legal entertainment, for adults only.
The interview was fantastic and the audience responded to Joan like Jenna Jameson was on the couch. Phone calls, emails and chat room questions didn't stop during this very compelling segment.
After a quick break, Wankus brought in his final guest, Tiffany Storm. Storm began doing adult films and feature dancing in the mid 80s and worked on films with other legends like Ron Jeremy and Amber Lynn. "Did you ever work with John Holmes," Wankus asked.
"No," replied Storm, "But my friend Amber (Lynn) did."
In 1993, Tiffany retired from the adult scene to explore mainstream business adventures, but claimed last night, to really miss performing for her fans.
Wankus went to the phone, where also joining the show was Andrea Hackett of the Las Vegas Dancers Alliance.
Currently, Las Vegas strippers are dealing with a lot of ordinances, some passed, some waiting to be passed, that will cause a lot of financial havoc in their dancing careers.
"Tiffany, did you ever dance in Vegas?" Wankus asked. "No, but I'd like to," Storm replied. "Well, there's a lot of ugly things going down there for dancers and Andrea and the Las Vegas Dancers Alliance are working hard to make a better environment for you to do so," Wankus continued.
"We feel that the hotels are nudging politicians here to take away our business, so people will stay at the hotels and spend their money," commented Hackett, "They spent millions of dollars last year on a big city event to update all the lights of Las Vegas, and as I asked the City Council recently, when a couple of business men in Chicago talk about going to Las Vegas, do you really think they sit around and say, 'hey, let's go to Vegas so we can see the lights?' "
The Las Vegas Dancers Alliance has already had many successes against the city and county, who at one time wanted to charge dancers $300 to $1000 a year in licensing. City officials at one point wanted out of state dancers to pay fees and obtain licenses as well. A lot of Los Angeles industry girls, rely on Vegas as a once a month income, or a place to go when the gigs are slow. Andrea and her team are working hard, but still need your help. If you'd like to assist in any way, contact her at: Colette@LVCM.com
The call completed and Wankus put the focus back on Storm.
"What took you away from the business?" Wankus asked.
"I enjoyed making films, but I really miss the rush of being in front of the fans and meeting them," she explained, "And I will have that chance for the first time February 26th through March 1st as I dance at Stevie Secret's Nude Cabaret, in Phoenix."
"Ya know, back when you used to dance, they didn't have Lap Dancing," Wankus noted.
"Yes, I'm aware of that," Storm responded.
"I think, for training purposes only," connived Wankus, "You ought to give out some lap dances tonight on my show!"
Tiffany must have been sold by Wankus' suggestion, because she jumped up, the music began and she went to town. Steve Nelson, Ainews, was covering the event. He happily went over to the couch to pose as a club patron. Daisy and Steve were treated to a wild, high energy lap dance, which included a lot of touching in places most strip clubs will not allow.
The evening ended with an improv goodbye song from Wankus to Tiffany and a lot of listeners trying to soak in the incredible variety show they just witnessed.
The Wanker Show is heard weeknights from 7-9:00pm (PST) on KSEXradio.com. It's free to listen and their are web cams available for members of the site.