Porn Star to Fly in Space

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sxc_logoIn yet another giant…ummm….something….for mankind, an American actress is set to become the first porn star in space next year aboard a Lynx suborbital vehicle.

Coco Brown, 34, who, using that name as well as “Honey Love,” has starred in porn epics like “Big Booty Bomb 2,” “Sugarwalls Slop Shots” and “It Don’t Matter, Just Don’t Bite 5″ is now in the Netherlands training to become the first adult star and the second African America woman to take the journey into that final frontier.

Brown, who is based in Germany, said the opportunity to go where no porn star has gone before is being provided by SpaceXC, a private company in the Netherlands attempting to make private space travel viable by Spring of next year.

Brown is paying $100,000 for the privilege of being one of the first private citizens into space and, for her money, she will go up about 62 miles above the Earth surface….

“We have gear that we have to wear, but I’ll see what I can do up there,” she told Creative Loafing. “Maybe I’ll pop my boob out and take a photo of it with the Earth in the background.”

That will be difficult to do in a full pressure suit, but if anyone would have the…uhhh…flexibility to pull that off, it would be a porn star.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/StratocumulusForever Ron Atkins

    “…is now in the Netherlands training to become the first adult star and
    the second African America woman to take the journey into that final
    frontier.”

    Totally wrong. The second African American woman to take “that journey into the final frontier” was Stephanie Wilson on STS-121 in 2006. She also flew on STS-120 in 2007 and STS-131 IN 2010.

    Joan Higginbotham was the THIRD African American female to fly in space on STS-116 in December 2006.

    I doubt if the professional credentials of Ms. Brown or Ms. Love, or whatever the hell she calls herself, even remotely approach the career accomplishments of these two fine — and apparently already forgotten — young African American ladies.

  • http://www.facebook.com/StratocumulusForever Ron Atkins

    “…is now in the Netherlands training to become the first adult star and
    the second African America woman to take the journey into that final
    frontier.”

    Totally wrong. The second African American woman to take “that journey into the final frontier” was Stephanie Wilson on STS-121 in 2006. She also flew on STS-120 in 2007 and STS-131 IN 2010.

    Joan Higginbotham was the THIRD African American female to fly in space on STS-116 in December 2006.

    I doubt if the professional credentials of Ms. Brown or Ms. Love, or whatever the hell she calls herself, even remotely approach the career accomplishments of these two fine — and apparently already forgotten — young African American ladies.