Paris Hilton's Steamy Home Movie

Reports have surfaced of a steamy sex video, featuring 22-year-old Hilton, which could soon be available on the Internet la Tommy and Pamela's infamous romp. Shot about three years ago, the tape features the then-barely legal celebutante getting X-rated with Shannen Doherty's on-again, off-again husband Rick Solomon, 33.
Source: Yahoo News Haven't you seen the SPAM for this? Well why pay when Consumption Junction has it for all the world to see? Now I shouldn't have to say this, but this is not fit for viewing at work (or if you are under the age of 18, for that matter)! Green Breans If you can't figure out where the link is, you are obviously not determined enough. You are a sick bastard, you know that? How could you? Why would you? Have you no shame? You are just like the rest of us, eager to watch. You know you are, don't deny it! MUA HA HA HA HA! Should we feel sorry for Paris? What has this done for her? What do people know of Paris? They know she is a model, and a party hearty celeb. This is only going to help her. She gets her name and photos on magazine covers and spreads all over the world. How is this going to hurt her?
I take as a given that Ms. Hilton's recent escapade, as noted at Fleshbot (not work safe) and elsewhere, does not represent any fundamental new ground for the young lady. When you devote your life to being watched: to being observed, the step that you take when finally allowing that observation to extend to your most intimate --- or at least, most explicit --- moments is not a particularly bold one. When put in the context of her past behavior, the act is different only in degree, not in kind. But observing Ms. Hilton (no, not observing her do that, but more generally) makes me wonder about a personality so in need of attention from others. She yearns for the spotlight; for the eyes of the world to focus on her for a moment, and, if possible, longer. She seeks notice wherever she can find it; basking in the radiance of strangers' gazes and thoughts. Where once, we can assume, she sought such attention a source of approval, a validation of her own worth, now, the notice itself has become the end. Positive or negative; embarrassing or flattering, whatever keeps her in the spotlight is by definition good.
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