Masturbation relay to highlight tenth AIDS fundraiser for Tokyo porn channel

Masturbation Ekiden

Masturbation Ekiden

TOKYO (TR) – In its typically provocative style, adult satellite channel Paradise TV will this weekend feature a masturbation relay race during the tenth incarnation of its two-day AIDS fund drive.

The channel, which specializes in wacky porn programming, will hold its “24-Hour TV: Eroticism Saves the Earthannual fund drive on Saturday and Sunday to raise money and awareness to assist in reducing the spread of AIDS.

As in past years, the channel will welcome subscribers to its studios, located in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward, to participate in various erotic events with AV (adult video) actresses and, hopefully, donate to the drive’s coffers.

The chance for subscribers to squeeze the bare breasts of AV starlets is usually the drive’s centerpiece — last year idol trio Marshmallow 3D dropped their tops — and this year 10 girls, including Momo Fukuda, who earlier this year starred in “Non-nude Erotica at a Soapland,” will bare their chests for a suggested minimum contribution of 1,000 yen.

However, the “Masturbation Ekiden” (an ekiden is a type of long-distance running event) that takes place on Sunday will certainly garner its share of attention. Extending between the resort town of Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture and Tokyo, the event will feature a pair of teams of two adult video (AV) actresses, including the popular Kohaku Uta.

A representative of each squad, dressed in a track suit, will move by bus from Hakone and self-pleasure herself as her partner offers encouragement and entertains viewers via phone-sex sessions in the Shinjuku studios. A massage treatment awaits the winner, and a final public masturbation display will be the fate of the second-place finisher.

Panty auction in 2011

Panty auction in 2011

Last year, a sluttiest woman contest tested the stamina of four topless actresses by determining who could gyrate her hips the most times during simulated sex sessions, and auctions of used panties, removed by AV actresses from behind a screen (and sometimes seasoned by a few generous crotch rubs), also contributed to the cause. Expect similar erotic activities this weekend.

Though it might require considerable imagination, there is a serious point to be found within this wackiness: AIDS continues to be a worsening problem in Japan.

“We’ve been using the theme ‘Stop AIDS’ as our theme for ten years, but unfortunately there has been an increase in AIDS patients and HIV carriers,” says Paradise TV president Tsuyoshi Shiba.

In May, Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare reported that last year the number of new AIDS cases reached 473 — a record high — while 1,056 people were diagnosed with HIV, a drop from 2010 but still the fourth highest figure since 1984, when the government first began compiling data.

Experts say that proper condom usage is a key to reducing the spread of HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS, and over the last decade and a half, the general trend of reported HIV infections and AIDS cases in Japan has been that of a steady increase.

Donations to “Eroticism Saves the Earth” average just under two million yen, a number that Paradise expects to match this year, and are earmarked for the Japan Foundation for AIDS Prevention.

“While there is a sense of achievement for having reached our tenth year, we have stronger notion that this is another starting point,” says Shiba.

Note: “Eroticism Saves the Earth” starts at 7:00 p.m. on August 25 and continues until 8:00 p.m. on August 26.

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