Launches With New, Safe-for-Work Look

Bob Preston
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Music and sex website has relaunched with a new look and promotion designed to give back to its fans. chieftain Jesse Capps hasn't changed his site's core commitment to promoting glamour models, as well as the adult and music industries, but he said that because of the sorry state of the economy, he'd like for his site to help out. He's calling it the 2009 Rock 'n' Roll Stimulus Plan.

"I know things are rough right now," he said. "They are for everybody. I want to give something back to my friends — the readers — that visit the site time and time again. Even if you've only been to the site once or maybe today will be your first trip over, I think it's important to show that we're all in this together."

The promotion works in tandem with the site's video library, aka Rock Confidential TV. Users can formally register with the site through the videos section. All registered users will be eligible to receive gift cards, magazine subscriptions, rock clothing, CDs, DVDs, movie rentals and other gifts.

Rock Confidential users get access to the standard suite of social networking features, including hundreds of music videos and individual profiles. Users are also eligible for discounts to the site's merchandise.

Digital Playground contract star Jesse Jane remains the site's sex editor. As such, she writes the occasional advice column.

Capps added that he and his team have made one major change: no more nudity.

"Boobies and sex are everywhere on the Internet," he said. "I don't have to have naked women on the site to let you know I like naked women. I don't have to have naked women on the site to let you know they exist. I'm more concerned about providing entertaining content that's really safe for anybody to look at."

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