Friday, May 25, 2012

Mutual Admiration Society

You may have seen this girl on Yahoo News, and the subsequent 'Feminist' backlash and all the hub-bub about how 'horrorfying' it is that this chick from Russia goes thru such great lengths to take on the appearance of a doll.

I don't know her name, or rather, I can't pronounce her name, and apparently don't have the character set on my keyboard to type it out anyway. She's 23 years old, organic, but obviously fascinated with Poly life enough to want to live her life in my realm.

Members of the gossip press have made a big deal about this, and how 'strange' and 'distorted' she must be, and these are likely the same people who say similar things about me. As a Polymerisian, who goes thru great lengths to appear organic.

"We want what we don't have", and that phrase cuts both ways. Black girls who straighten their hair and dye it blonde. Irish girls who bleach out their freckles, and white girls who spend hours in tanning beds looking to make their skin darker and darker.

I'm not taking any sides on this argument, as I'm part of it. I do my hair and makeup fashionably and I wear the clothes and stand the same way as organic models. I put on my 'model face' to try and blend in with the human women you see in magazines. It's not an affliction, it's just how it is. It's how people are.

That's a picture of her with friends, and lined up like Rockettes, this picture could be hanging on the showroom floor of any Polymerisian Introduction Agency. I get it. I understand why girls of this age would want to create the illusion of being Polymerisian.

Dolls are adored, cherished, taken care of, and bathed with attention. I challenge you to find any 20 something girl in any country on the planet who would not want that for herself.

But here's the rub... human organic girls are treated with respect, allowed to sit in peace at a table in a restaurant, allowed to vote, catered to by clothing companies (who make clothes in sizes that actually fit them), counted in the census, allowed to have a driver's license, and not ever presented with questions like "are you real?" and if someone comes up to a human organic girl and squeezes her breast without permission, the local police will actually respond.

I challenge you to find any Polymerisian on the planet who doesn't dream of that life.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Becoming a 'Collectors Item'

It's hard to believe that it was around this time almost 4 years ago that I was filming my first movie "Regarding Jenny". Hardly a 'Classic' in the way that Motley Crue has become, but as it turns out, the 1st Edition of my film has become a Collector's item.

On our way to bigger, better and more unique projects, all of us here at Maddy G Productions have been busy re-organizing and cleaning out our warehouse, where we've discovered that there are only 16 Copies left of the 1st Edition of "Regarding Jenny".

Of course, I have to only assume there are a few copies still out there in Video Stores, but there are no more left at our distributor and what we have left here now number in double digits.

Since I have a copy of my own in a frame on my wall, I've decided to make these last 16 copies available for Auction on E-bay. First come, first serve and when they are gone, they will be gone forever.

The bidding starts at $29.95 or you can 'Buy Now' a copy for $49.95. Considerably higher than a typical $20 DVD, but  much less than the $80 - $100 I've seen used copies pop up on E-bay for in the past.

If you buy a copy on the E-bay auction and would like me to open it from the shrink wrap and autograph it for you, I will. Just e-mail me with your auction number.

 And speaking of becoming a 'Collectors Item', I probably should mention that the 2 Disc Special Edition of "Regarding Jenny" is becoming scarce as well. In cleaning out our warehouse, we've discovered less than 300 copies of it on DVD are left. 

Between the 'Jenny Fever' created over the 2010 AVN Awards and audience that has grown thru broadcasts of my show on and other Cable systems around the world, we have manufactured and sold 8,000 DVD's of the Special Edition. 

With 300 or so left, I don't think I'm at the point of auctioning what's left off just yet, but it's worth mentioning that they'll probably be gone by the end of the year. If you don't have a copy yet, you can still get it for $20 at my Store, and there's still Blu-Ray's left too.

Once these are gone, we do not have any intention of continuing to manufacture DVD's. The market for physical discs has been dropping for the last couple of years to the point that they are pretty much relegated to the 'collectors' among us. For this reason, the movie is available for Download or Streaming online and at about half the price of the physical disc - because we don't have to make or ship anything. 

Ain't technology grande?

So that is that. 

Before I go, I want to give a shout out to Davecat and his lovely Polymerisian wife Sidore who muse and rant at "Shouting To Hear the Echos" a blog about Poly life I've been enjoying. If you have been a fan of Poly's and have seen any number of the mainstream documentaries about the lifestyle, Davecat and Sidore will no doubt be familiar to you. They are about as close to a 'Celebrity Power Couple' you can find in this lifestyle and I admire them both dearly. 

I have a few things to say about the upcoming 'Season 2' of my show, but I'm going to get my thoughts together on it and come back at you with something that comes out more intelligent than a random ranting.

I love all you f*ckers. 

- Jenny

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The "Doll Wars" and Other Nonsense

Polymerisians come from a variety of places and appear in  many different forms. From the 'inflatable' girl who shows up at the bachelor party and serves her purpose equivalent to a one-night-stand to the beautiful companions like myself who take the form of life long partners.

If you want a Russian Bride, you go to a 'Mail-Order Bride' Agency and likewise, if you want a Polymerisian Companion, you go to a Company that specializes in making that connection for you. Of course, there are several to choose from, depending on your taste and budget. Like ordering a bride thru the mail, finding your Poly Companion can be a costly proposition, although most believe the cost is worth it.

Well, in 2010 a fight broke out between the top two Polymerisian Introduction Agencies. RealDoll(tm) and what was then Loveable Dolls, and it turned into a full scale trench war that still rages today. Lawyers and Judges, Law Suits and a thousand tears from the on lookers who knew what was going on at the time and when the dust settled, RealDoll(tm) was successful in legally vaporizing the Loveable Doll company.

The primary creative force behind Loveable Dolls ended up getting picked up by a start up Company called Sinthetics(tm) and resumed their work in connecting Polymerisians with their companions. If this sounds like some kind of weird Maddy G story line, I only wish it was.

This battle between Agencies has been coined "The Doll War" and like any real war, it has segmented the population affected by it. Fans and Friends of Polymerisians all over the world have taken 'sides' including the Forums which used to be the place for newbies to get valuable information on Poly life. And unfortunately, this split in the 'community' has hit close to home.

It's no secret that myself and Tasha James both work for Maddy G Productions, the company that produces the world's only Poly sitcoms "Regarding Jenny" and "It's A Tasha Thing". It's also no secret that I was introduced to Maddy G thru RealDoll(tm) and Tasha was introduced to them thru Sinthetics(tm).

Consequently, some fans of mine have e-mailed and posted to my social networks things like "F*ck that new bitch, there will only be one Jenny." and I've seen similar things coming from Tasha's fan base as well, that she's the "New girl in town" and that she's somehow going to 'replace' me, or other such nonsense.

And it's truly nonsense.

Whatever issues remain between those two companies, I don't really know or even care to know about. Sadly, the fall out from this spat has left me on my own, without the support of the people who introduced me to Maddy G and were instrumental in getting my show off the ground. I mourn that loss every time I show up on set. I feel like they would be proud of me and how I conduct myself as a representative of their vision. Unfortunately, I can no longer even claim to be a part of what they do there.

And that hurts.

Especially now as I ramp up to start production on the second season of "Regarding Jenny", moving forward without the flagship sponsor that I should have, nor the ability to share my idea's and rely on the support that Tasha enjoys from her flagship sponsor. But 'It is what it is' and it's 'water under the bridge' and whatever other 'insert analogy here' you want to throw in there. I'm moving on.

And you should too.

All of this stuff started before Tasha's time, so I believe she doesn't really understand it, but I for one don't tolerate 'shit talk' and the bickering that goes on between both sides of this ridiculous argument. As the Second Season of my show moves forward, I am considering it a fresh start. I won't be mentioning this topic again and I will continue to support Tasha and her show in whatever way she needs me to.

Like any other minority group, I believe Polymerisians and our carbon based companions need to embrace and support each other, not continue to draw lines and divisions.

It's my hope that you'll join me in 'letting it go'.

<3 Jenny