Archive for July, 2011
This year is the 26th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, the world’s first AIDS Walk, and California’s largest AIDS fundraising event. This is my 3rd year participating, and the fight is not over. Please join me Sunday, October 17, in making a meaningful difference in the lives of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Did you know that…?
• every 9 1/2 minutes, someone in the U.S. is infected with HIV.
• half of those infected with HIV are under the age of 24.
• 25% of those infected with HIV do not know it.
• Los Angeles County AIDS cases account for approximately 35% of all cases in California.
Despite advancements made in the treatment and prevention of HIV, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that the overall rate of infection continues to rise.
AIDS Walk Los Angeles is a 10-kilometer walkathon that benefits AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), in addition to several other local AIDS service organizations. Over the past 25 years, AIDS Walk
Los Angeles has provided for life-sustaining food, medical and dental care, safe housing, and much more for thousands of Angelenos living with HIV/AIDS. The event has also funded L.A. County’s largest network of effective and unbiased HIV prevention programs, saving countless lives.
Your donation makes it possible to continue to provide these services that are essential to combat this terrible disease. Picture how $10 will bring one bag of groceries for distribution at one of four Necessities of Life Program food pantries. Moreover, $20 will give one hour of prevention counseling for high risk youth, and $100 will provide one month of mental heath support group activity for one woman.
By pledging to be a Star Walker, I have set a goal to raise $2,000. I am hoping that you will help me go above and beyond in my fundraising efforts to support the services provided by AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Please make a generous contribution to AIDS Walk Los Angeles by going to http://aidswalklosangeles2011.kintera.org/angelvain It is a quick and easy way to help in the fight against AIDS. The website is secure and all donations are 100% tax deductible. If you prefer to write a check please make it out to AIDS Walk Los Angeles and send it to
Po Box 673
Sunset Beach, CA 90742
The AIDS Walk is our community’s single most powerful and enduring response to the AIDS pandemic, and in this 26th year, I ask you to be a part of that response. I thank you in advance for being as generous as you can and for joining me in this important cause.
So yesterday I got to have some sexy SEXY FUN with the very attractive, very sexy and amazing Kerry Louise
We have been twitter buddies over the last almost 2 years but this was the first time I actually got to work with her! And all I can I say is HOTT!!!!!
In this scene we were lovers. When Kerry was getting some new ink she picked up something for me …. We came home from the club and she had a very pretty purple strap on that she surprised me with YAY!
Here are a few pictures for you to enjoy!!! I had such an AMAZING time and I can’t wait for it to go up on my website so you can get off as hard as I did!!!
And what is a shoot without fluffers!?!?!
Luckily we had Yuki Mori and Holly Bryn in studio!!!
After me and Kerry got it on I still wanted more!!!! So we did a fun scene with all 4 of us …. Me (Angel Vain), Kerry Louise, Yuki Mori and Holly Bryn!!!!
This was a totally fun scene because I got to play the roll of photographer (which I am in real life, so it was extra fun!), Kerry and Yuki were my uncooperative models and Holly was my mouthy grip (lighting girl).
This scene took some very fun turns!!! And with 4 sets of tits, 4 dripping wet pussies and 4 nice asses what more could you ask for!!!
Here are a few pics ENJOY!!!!
And none of this would have happened if it wasn’t for Rick Garcia and Twisted Bliss Entertainment! So here’s a big THANKS to everyone involved!!!