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Vixen.com Officially Opens With 1st Kendra Sunderland B/G

Jul 29th, 2016 12:05 PM

BARCELONA—The newest brainchild from Blacked.com and Tushy.com creator Greg Lansky officially launches today with the inaugural offering of "Library Girl" Kendra Sunderland's first-ever boy/girl scene.

Vixen.com, as the new site is dubbed, provided an invitation-only preview of its fare beginning Tuesday, in the form of a three-way scene between 2016 AVN Best New Starlet nominee Megan Rain and Male and Female Performer of the Year winners Mick Blue and Riley Reid.

Blue also serves as the male talent in the scene debuting today with Sunderland, who shot to fame after a webcam video of her pleasuring herself in the Oregon State University library went viral. Sunderland garnered worldwide media attention for the stunt, and has since become one of the world's most popular webcam models.

"Greg and his team's professionalism and hospitality far exceeded any expectation I could've possibly had," Sunderland said of shooting for Vixen. "I was treated like a princess the entire time and had such an incredible experience—this was my first time on camera with a partner! I'm honored Greg chose my first scene to be the debut of Vixen.com and I'm also excited to see it."

Offered Lanksy, "I am thrilled that Kendra is inaugurating the public launch of Vixen.com. In very little time, her fearless personality has made her one of the most popular names in the adult industry. Kendra is committed, genuine and so inspiring to work with. Her beauty inside and out completely resonates with our brand. I was very impressed by her performance and I know our members will be as well. There will definitely be a lot more collaborations between us in the future."

Speaking on the success of his brands and his team over the past year, Lansky added, "The brands have truly attracted a fantastic and talented group of people who refused to create cheap, boring adult films. Without the belief of our team that we could create a successful studio, the adult industry might not be where it is today. I am so proud of our little company and that our unique films and brands have won every major adult award, 16 alone this year. It's humbling. We also did something almost unimaginable in times of free porn and rampant piracy: Our studios won the hearts and fierce loyalty of fans around the world—people love Blacked and Tushy. We are still in the very early stages but through transparency and constant communication with our audience we intend to do the exact same with Vixen."

See the trailer for Kendra Sunderland's Vixen.com scene here.