by 3 Million
Provides FUN ONLINE's 'AllWomen'
Its Male Images
CompuServe Division to Post
'G' and 'X-Rated' Pictures
Compiled By GayToday
In a stellar agreement signed December 9, Fun Online, a division of CompuServe, has arranged with Badpuppy Enterprises, Inc., publisher of GayToday, to draw on Badpuppy's vast reserves of nearly a million photographs of males—both G-rated and X-rated—making them readily available to an anticipated audience of approximately 3 million CompuServe users. The December 9 agreement stipulates that each individual photo will bear Badpuppy's Web site address: www.badpuppy.com.
Badpuppy founder and CEO, William G. Pinyon, told GayToday: "This agreement benefits both parties in that CompuServe obtains content for its customers and Badpuppy receives exposure to an anticipated new audience of over 3,000,000 people."
As a result of Badpuppy's phenomenal success, Pinyon and his cohorts resigned their positions at NASA. Badpuppy currently employs over thirty full-time men and women, gay, bisexual, and heterosexual. Armed with an effective customer-friendly service philosophy, Pinyon's dream of a thriving virtual reality playground has summersaulted the popular Web site onto the front lines of the Internet's most visited locales.
The Badpuppy logo, showing the sweet nose of a puppy inserted into the rear end of another obviously appreciative one, may, some think, be partly responsible—along with its provocative name-- for Badpuppy's growth. Interested content providers may contact Badpuppy's Lisa Turner: email@example.com.
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