Porn News Cezar Capone Soliciting Sex from a Married Woman

Tommy Christopher writes on Bill Fisher (aka Cezar Capone), the self-proclaimed “King of all MILF films,” has offered Sarah Palin the sum of $2 million to appear in one of his “films.” He sent her a letter, and posted it online.

Dear Governor Palin:

Please let this writing serve as an official request. In light of the recent election results, Cezar Capone Productions would like to make you a formal offer of $2,000,000 to star in an adult “MILF” production.

I am sure you are unaware that Cezar Capone is the KING of all “MILF” films. This one time offer also guarantees that you can walk away from our beautiful set with a newer and sexier wardrobe to make up for the $150,000 worth of clothes you had to give back to the GOP.

You may be asking yourself why you should even consider such a crazy proposition?


First of all, Bill, the term “MILF” is arguably cute when a teenager or a college kid uses it, given the right context. Otherwise, it’s creepy at best, and offensive at worst.

I applied a light touch when I wrote about Hustler’s Palin-inspired “Nailin’ Paylin,” but this is a horse of a different color. I have some advice for the Palins, and some finer points to make about porn.

My advice to the Palins is to request a meeting with Mr. “Capone.” If he has the balls to show up, Todd Palin should get up, lock the door, and ask “Capone” to repeat the offer to his face.

It is a matter of record that I am no fan of Sarah Palin, and while I found Hustler’s picture offensive but mainly irrelevant, this is another matter. Hustler’s film retained the fig leaf of satire, and was the work of consenting adults. Capone’s offer constitutes a solicitation of sex for money, from a married woman, no less.

My distaste for “Johns” is also a matter of record, and stems from the fact that it is an attempt to coerce sex from someone who would not otherwise consent. I consider it an assault, aggravated when made in the absence of the normal context of such a transaction.

There are many on the left, and in the apolitical population, who take great relish in Sarah Palin’s embarrassment or humiliation. While unseemly, it is forgivable when the cause is a substantive one. Her wrongheaded invocation of the First Amendment comes to mind.

Something like this, however, should be roundly denounced, over the airwaves or at the watercooler. If you think this is funny, there’s something wrong with you.

When I wrote about Hustler’s “Nailin’ Paylin,” a lot of people who know me called BS when I said that I don’t personally enjoy pornography (The definition I employ is sexually explicit material produce for the consumption of a third party, by the way). I can see how they would think that. I got a lot of the same comments when I wrote about Eliot Spitzer.

My objections to porn are mainly with the aesthetics, and the execution. In principle, I have no problem with free expression of this type, but porn’s relegation to the taboo margins of our society sets up an exploitative atmosphere similar to the one created by illegal prostitution.

Plus, the scripts are lousy, the technique is clumsy, and the acting is terrible.

I don’t really care, though, if other people watch porn. It’s just not my bag.

Above all else, though, I don’t want to see anyone using this to poke fun at Palin. Not only that, I hope Bill Fisher gets to meet up with Todd Palin some day. That’d give a new meaning to “Bang Bus,” wouldn’t it?


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