Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Adult Entertainment Company Stands Firm For First Amendment

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A leading adult entertainment company is all hot and bothered over radio censorship.

The Adam & Eve adult company has pulled their ads from XM radio’s The Opie & Anthony Show after the shock jocks received a 30 day suspension for some controversial chatter about sex on the air.

Adam & Eve’s director of public relations Katy Zvolerin says people in the adult industry have to be huge proponents of free speech, and says her company pulled the radio spots as a way to support what she sees as failing First Amendment rights.

Zvolerin thinks it’s unfair that Opie & Anthony were cancelled for joking about sexual encounters with Condoleezza Rice and Laura Bush since in her words, “Opie and Anthony are controversial, that’s why people like to listen to them anyway!”

With many standing firm behind Adam & Eve’s decision to pull out their sex ads, they’ve even managed to score some action on the side.

Zvolerin explains, “People are calling and e-mailing, saying they support our stance, and they’re going to check out our site. We’re getting some more business, even though that was never our intention.”

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