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May 25, 2006

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Travel means time away from the comforts of home. Sometimes you find yourself in a place that is better than ordinary, such as a luxury resort in some secluded tropical paradise. Other times, you’re travelling for business, locked away in your hotel room that, although cleaned daily by a maid and a stocked mini-bar, is little less than a glorified bedroom. Wherever you find yourself, you’re going to want to be as comfortable as possible. You’re going to want your basic needs taken care of, such as food, shelter and, of course, porn. Now there’s a movement afoot to put an end to showing smut in hotels.

Porn is big business for most establishments. As an example, the Marriott brought in around $30 million in 2000 from adult movies. Estimates from business hotels suggest that porn movies make up about 80 percent of revenue generated from pay-per-view revenue. Yet some establishments are standing firm against porn. Omni Hotels owns around 40 properties in North America and they refuse to allow porn in rooms. A new Marriott development in Fredericksburgh, Va, looks to be porn-free, too. Is this the beginning of the end of adult viewing?

The answer is probably not. However, there is a moral to this story: if you plan on taking a trip sometime in the near future, you may want to call ahead and ask what kinds of movies are available for guests. You’d hate to find yourself in a place where have food and shelter taken care of, but find yourself left out in the cold when it comes to a little self-lovin!

Posted by Wolf at May 25, 2006 10:20 AM

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