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Justine Joli: Man-free and lovin' it!!!

Gram Ponante
I asked Justine Joli if people still berate and chastise her about her moral choice to not do men on film.

"People asked me a lot a few years ago, but it has slowed down," the Prisoner cover cupcake said. "But I kept saying 'No, No, No.'"

She seemed adamant, and I admit that I don't want to see her do guys on film because her scene with Jezebelle Bond in Kill Girl Kill 2 was one of the first g/g scenes that made sense to me. I also approve of her impending marriage to Prisoner director DCypher, even though they never asked me. I guess I'm just sad that I don't live in a Bizarro universe in which Joli only does Gram/g scenes.

The other day DCypher told me that his Pirates/JesseJane.com lanyard was like the One Ring weighting down his neck.

"Maybe you can't carry it, Master DCypher, but I can carry you," I said.

"Thank you, Action Gram," he said.

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