She’s also the only TED talk participant to say the words “come on my face” on stage – six times each session, to be exact.All this talk about sex and sex acts is not just for shock value, however.
Despite the fact that she was already running a startup called If We Ran The World, Cindy decided that if she was experiencing warped views on sex that were a direct result of the increased popularity of porn, than other people must be as well.
She quickly threw up a very, very basic site, named it Make Love Not Porn, and officially launched it in her now famous “come on my face” TED talk.
That talk drove traffic to the little pink website and Make Love Not Porn took off without any marketing.
Suddenly, Cindy was the face and voice behind a movement and, fearless as ever, she dived in feet first. I felt I had this responsibility to take this forward but I always have to emphasize to people that Make Love Not Porn is not anti-porn.
Before watching the above commercial, we highly suggest you plug in your headphones and make sure no one is nosily peeking over your shoulder.
This new ad, which believe it or not was created by PETA, shows two young couples going at it in bed.Immediately we learn that one couple is vegan and the other isn’t, and it only takes a moment to find out what the difference is: the man doesn’t last very long.Meanwhile the second couple are still going at it and even switching to different positions as the other couple decide to go their separate ways.Thanks to the split screen visual, we see the man who didn’t last very long getting dressed and checking his phone before leaving the girl behind.However, on the other side, the vegan couple haven’t let up one bit. See the side by side proof here,” reads the video’s caption.In a statement, PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange said, “Super Bowl 50 audiences will be missing out on comedy, sex appeal, and the lifesaving message that vegan meals can help clear clogged-up carnivores and get their blood pumping again.” Obviously only one of these couples has a truly happy ending. Tell us, Hollywood Lifers — Do YOU think this commercial should have been allowed to air on television, or is it way too racy?