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official girls gone wild film crew at decades tonight

Postby Luke_R_Videography » Wed Apr 07, 2010 2:22 pm

spartanburg sc, ggw will be live at decades tonight, pine st, near the chamber of commerce, corner of pine and main
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Postby umarsk » Sun May 09, 2010 2:16 pm

Wooo! The male cameramen selects a group of ladies. The women hop onto a bus, where their tops and bottoms and inhibitions disappear ... and maybe some other things happen. And those other things — sex acts? shameless nudity? a little makeout among friends? — appear on a series of softcore DVDs, priced at $9.99 each, available for consumption by a sex-crazed, red-blooded, post-adolescent male population.

Welcome to Girls Gone Wild, a video franchise that gives the girl next door the chance to be an instant star.

Maybe the franchise is turning the obscene mainstream, offering the YouTube generation the opportunity to show their unmentionables to the world, shedding dignity and modesty in the process — all for the chance to be seen, and maybe receive a free hat or T-shirt.

The franchise comes to Galloway Township tonight, with the Girls Gone Wild bus stopping in the parking lot of the Blue Marlin Cafe on Pitney Road. The party should start in earnest at about 10 p.m.

Normally, the bus travels to big cities, such as Dallas and Miami, maybe even Philadelphia or Atlantic City.

But Galloway Township? In April?

Managers at the Blue Marlin, a restaurant and bar located a few miles from Richard Stockton College, wanted to jump-start the spring. So they called Girls Gone Wild's Mantra Films Inc., a California-based company started in 1997 by entrepreneur Joe Francis.

"We contacted their representatives and told them what we were looking for, and it was a quick deal," Blue Marlin manager Frank Mick said.

Mick said he has received dozens of calls from women from Atlantic City to Cape May who want to participate.

"If women want to engage in the video process, they can do so on the bus, but there's no pressure," Mick said. "I can't control what will happen inside the bus. ... It should be crazy."

Wooo! A Facebook page promoting the event says it will be "the hottest party in South Jersey. ... Let's show them where the wildest bar in America is."

By Friday, about 200 people had confirmed their attendance on the Facebook page.

Mick said security guards will be present and that no underage women would be allowed inside.

Emari DiGiorgio is more worried about the psychological implications. The assistant professor of writing at Stockton said she thinks some women would show their bodies regardless, but the presence of Girls Gone Wild cameras may encourage others to take risks they normally would avoid.

When DiGiorgio was a college student, a friend of hers went on a spring break trip, and while there, flashed for a camera crew and signed a waiver.

"I don't think it haunts her today, but she was embarassed about it at the time," DiGiorgio said. "I want women to claim ownership of their bodies, but not at the expense of solely objectifying themselves."

Wooo? The Girls Gone Wild brand has existed for about a decade, with ads airing ad nauseum on late-night TV, words such as "censored" covering all the naughty parts. Its reputation was built around volumes of videos with names such as "Beach Babes," "Horny Schoolgirls," "Hottest Dormroom Confessions" and "Sex-Starved College Girls."

And footage for a future installment will be filmed Saturday in a bus parked near Pitney Road in Galloway Township, the ultimate dare for those wishing the public to see them — all of them.
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