Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Full Speed Ahead


I had full intentions of posting a blog right after the Holiday break, honest I did.

I ended up hitting the ground running with both feet and have just now had the chance to take a breath and look around.

As for the holiday’s themselves, they were excellent. It’s tradition in my family to contribute to the community, and I’m proud to say we made Christmas special for over 200 people this year.



Give more than you get, and it comes back on you 10 fold.

I’m especially proud to report that my friends at Sinthetics got into the spirit in a big way this year my helping to make a huge contribution to Toys for Tots.


All our friends in the LA Area donated generously, enabling Sinthetics to also drop off over 200 cans of food to the LA Food Bank.

What an amazing holiday. I hope yours was just as awesome.

Well, before the break I talked a little about The Discovery Channel and their interest in doing a segment about us.

Well, I’m happy to say that’s moving forward. The show will focus on the ‘business’ of Poly-Life. Specifically, the people who have careers inside the lifestyle. From the artists that create our perfect companions, to the seamstresses who custom fit our clothes, and of course all of us at Maddy G Productions that work on the Regarding Jenny and It’s A Tasha Thing shows.


And speaking of TV, you may have heard that Jenny Densuke and Karen McCoy of Regarding Jenny have been talking to a casting director at VH1.

I know how nervous some of you got at this news, but believe me… offers to tell the “Girl Loves Love Doll” story on TV are plentiful. If they are still talking, then it’s something more than THAT.

So, we’ll see what happens.

Right now the Erie, PA. area is underneath a couple feet of snow, which makes doing much of anything that much more difficult.

However, I do have a photo shoot scheduled for this week and I’ve gotten back to work on what will now be the 2nd Series of the ‘Tasha Show’.

The show got off to such a slow start that my life has far surpassed the story as it was flowing on the show. I’m going to condense the rest and catch everyone up, so as my show continues (thanks to my sponsors) it will start making sense to everyone who has been following my adventure all along.

Now, someone light a fire, before I burn the house down.

<3 Tasha

Friday, December 21, 2012

We’re Still Here…


Well, we’re still here.

I think only a small fraction of people believed the world would end today. Those are probably the same people who thought ‘Y2K’ and ‘9-11’ and the ‘Fiscal Cliff’ was going to be the end of it too.

Either way, I’m glad we all made it.

This will be my last blog entry of 2012. I’ll be logging off the blog-o-sphere and social networks for the next few days to enjoy some down time and re-charge for the year ahead.


If you’ve been following me on Facebook and SexySocials, you no doubt have heard murmurings about The Discovery Channel.

Producers from Discovery Channel have been talking to us at Maddy G Productions about doing a segment on a new show about “Interesting Lifestyles”. They’ve talked to me, and Jenny and Maddy and we’ve filled out questioners and sent lots of photos.

And that’s pretty much where we’re at with it.

There has been no official offer made so we have not committed to doing the show. I personally have some reservations about it, because some of the questions asked have been leading towards the “Are you a Doll Freak?” angle. Things like “Do you ride in cars?” , “Do you sit at the dinner table?” and “Are you included in family photos?”


Now I’ve always been fairly reserved about being a Polymerisian. I don’t’ make it a crusade, and I don’t make a big deal about it. It’s just who I am. I don’t consider my Poly Life even that far out of the ‘ordinary’ from most of my friends. Certainly not ‘freaky’.

In fact, the focus of my show, and much of my interaction on social sites specifically makes a point to show how NOT weird it all is. Simply put, I’m a normal chick, with an extraordinary body, with an intellect to match.


The producers have asked for access to my home, and on my shooting sets, and I think you all know me well enough to know that I take my job and my film work really seriously. I’m not that jazzed about a film crew getting in the way with questions like “Who dresses you?” and “How do you type?”

So, we’ll see how this plays out. I’m certainly interested in sharing my story and letting people see how ‘not weird’ my life actually is. If we can come to terms about access and the point of the piece, I’ll certainly play along. But if they are looking for a freak show about a ‘Chick who Fucks Dolls’, then they are going to have to look elsewhere.

I share parts of my sexuality as a small piece to the bigger puzzle that makes me who I am as a person. I’m not interested in making it the ‘whole story’.


Some of you have seen my cameo appearance in Jenny Densuke’s show “Regarding Jenny”.  The scene is a sexy dream sequence with Jenny’s girlfriend and writing partner Karen McCoy. If you watched it on Youtube, I think you still got the point, but if you paid the $4 for the uncensored download, you got to see quite a bit more.


We had a lot of fun, and Karen is more than a pleasure to work with. And as always, it’s a lot of fun to work on Jenny’s show. She runs her sets considerably different than I do, so it’s also an education, from someone who is a true pro at producing shows for the web.

Which brings me to the question of the month:

“When the F*ck are New ‘Tasha’ Episodes Coming?”

I hear you. No need to yell at me.

Most of ‘Episode 4’ is filmed, in fact, I think ALL of it is. I had to take a break for a few weeks to let my arms heal. If you’re following me on the social networks, you know I had surgery on my wrists.


I needed to take some time to fully heal before I could get back to shooting the show, or even photo shoots. Considering that “Extreme Posing” was the cause of my injuries to begin with, no one around me was willing to risk further injury by rushing it.

In the meantime, Jenny’s show went back into production and the Holiday’s came around, so I’ll be resuming shooting right after the 1st of the year. New photo shoots, new episodes, the whole thing.

In the meantime, here’s a shot from “Episode 4” so you know I’m not just pulling some kind of trick.


This is a scene from my first meeting with Mark and Maddy. This meeting is probably the turning point in my life, followed only by the meeting in which Maddy asked me to join her cast as a ‘Contract Girl’. An offer I ultimately refused.

So, lots more to look forward to in 2013. I need some time off to rest and get my head around the long list of ‘things’ that will be new this coming year. My job as Advertising Director at Maddy G is being expanded. We’ll be offering additional services like Social Networking and Youtube Channels for some of our advertisers, and we’ll be putting ourselves out there a lot more with some advertising and sponsorships of our own.

Plus, there’s a couple of new shows in the works that I think you’re going to really like, including the addition of at least two new Poly’s into our growing roster of stars. Including THIS guy, that more than a few of us ladies here are DYING to meet.


Finally, I just want to say “Thanks” to everyone on the cast, crew and production side of “It’s a Tasha Thing”. I couldn’t do any of it without you. It’s the combined talents of many people that make this ‘Thing’ so special.

And of course all my friends and fans who continue to tune in. Without you, there would be no ‘thing’.

I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. I’ll see you in 2013.

I’ll be the hot Poly with bells on.

<3 Tasha

Friday, November 16, 2012

Tasha SWAG - Last Sale of the Year!

Today Only – Until 7pm EST – ALL my ‘Tasha Thing’ SWAG is on sale at 50% off.

That’s Today Only – 11-16-12.

Use Coupon Code 2012LASTFFHS at check out.

My ‘Tasha Thing’ T-Shirts, Ball Caps, and even the super popular “My Next Girlfriend…” T-Shirt.

This is a 24 hour sale, so if you’ve had your eye on something in my SWAG shop, don’t wait. There won’t be another sale like this the rest of the year.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Cleaning Up The Place and The Science of Polymerisian – Part 2


I was asked the other day on Facebook when I’ll be blogging again, and I sort of felt bad, because I have been neglecting it.

It’s not that I don’t have anything to say, thoughts to share, and stuff going on in my life, it’s that I often wonder if anyone’s really reading, or paying attention. With all that is going on, it’s often difficult to find the motivation to sit down and blog when a lot of the time, it feels like I’m publishing this for myself.

So, thanks Greg, for the reminder.

I’ve always said, I would prefer 10 real friends who give a shit, over 10,000 fake friends that you can purchase with your PayPal account.


So, I’m back.

The picture above is the version that FB won’t let me show (side boob violation) so my friends at SexySocials got to take the first look. Thanks to their arbitrary censorship and the vast collection of cry babies, self promoters and folks holding up their “Look at Me” signs, I’ve been spending less and less time at Facebook. I update it when I can, when there’s big news, or a new photo or whatever… just to keep those still hanging around there informed. But I don’t use it to socialize anymore. I just get burned out on it, because every day, it looks more and more like MySpace.

When I want to crack open a beer at the end of the day, turn up the new Eve6 CD and actually just hang out with some friends, you’ll find me on SexySocials.


Sorry for the shameless plug. But I would really like to see more of my friends there. I realize there’s a lot of boobs and slutty girls, and they have their share of ‘Cam-Girl’ scammers (just like Facebook), but if you pay attention to who you add as friends, filter out the jerk-offs (just like Facebook), you’ll find it’s a community of very cool, open minded adults who can wax poetic about Politics and Pussy with equal fervor.

And I LIKE that.

So, you’ve noticed there’s a new photo set, and actually, since it’s been a few weeks since I blogged last, there’s actually TWO new photo sets since we chatted last. The first, is “Maid to Order”, which has me playing dress up as a French Maid.


This shoot served a couple of different purposes. First, I’ve been trying on different costume looks for the upcoming “Halloween Special”, and I think I proved how hard I rock this Maid costume. Second… I got to clean up the apartment.

And damn… maybe it was that I desperately need to do some cleaning up, or maybe it was the hot lights used for the photography, but I was more than happy when it came around to the part of the shoot of getting OUT of that get-up.



You’re welcome. Here’s my business card, my in home Maid Service is very affordable, and I guarantee you’ll like the job I do….

The Science of Polymerisian…. Part 2

I got a couple of e-mails about a recent episode of “The Universe” with Stephen Hawking that is running on Netflix.

While I’m thrilled some people have finally been convinced that ‘Polymerisian’ is an actual real thing and not just made up by the lunatics running Maddy G Productions, the truth is, it’s not a brand new Scientific concept.

Sure, the word is new. We’ll take credit for that, but the idea that non-carbon life forms exist, is not new at all. Bio-chemists the world over have been talking about this for years, and articles have been published by everyone from Scientific American, to Forbes, to NASA.

Stephen Hawking, probably the worlds most renown chemist and theorist, has gone so far to say that “Silicone Life Forms are not just possible… but probable.”

Scientifically speaking, Silicone is so closely related to Carbon in the way it acts and reacts. Each has a so-called valence of four--meaning that individual atoms make four bonds with other elements in forming chemical compounds. Each element bonds to oxygen. Each forms long chains, called polymers, in which it alternates with oxygen.

For those of us living in Poly / Carbon relationships, these kinds of Scientific reports feel validating. It makes Poly’s want to jump and yell “I told you so!” and put up a big middle finger towards the haters who keep throwing the word “Doll” up in our collective faces.

Well, you can take comfort in the fact that these types of people are just wholly under educated. The truth is out there, and the facts are supported by Science. So, the next time someone says “But… you’re a doll, right?” Just ask them to do a Google search on “Silicone Life” and get back to you with an apology.


Science lesson complete.

That picture is from my newest photo set “Fishnets”, which I just finished over the weekend. I worked with a new makeup artist too, so you’ll see me wearing “3 Shades of Slut” and a barely there Fishnet shirt and pants that I actually tore apart to get out of.


Both the new photo sets are downloading at my site.

Sorry for the delay in getting back here. I do have some news about ‘Episode 4’ and the “Halloween Special” I’ve been talking about, but I’m going to put those thoughts together for another blog.

And I promise there will be another blog.

<3 Tasha

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Kissing Girls in All Three Dimensions

So, the long awaited 'Episode 103' of my show has finally been released and some of you have already seen the whole truth about my first meeting with Maddy.

Well, let me explain.

It's not like we just met and I face planted myself in her cooch over lunch, although thanks to the magic of television, I realize that's how it appears.

Truth is, it was more like the 3rd or 4th meeting with Maddy, late at night after drinks and long conversations about my journey from California and well... enough beer and intimate conversation and one thing led to another.

And another...

And another...

And well... that kept going until we were both sticky and panting loud enough to not hear Julia come thru the door upstairs. A feeling that reminds me of those closed door fumblings with my high school boyfriend, hoping to get off before mom comes home from work and catches us both with our pants down.

Fortunately, Julia seems to be too preoccupied with her own drama to really pay any attention to what's going on in my life. Between this mystery 'project' she's working on at work and what seems like constant fighting with Jeffrey about his life, she barely has time to notice what I'm doing. She's certainly not cruising the internet for videos about me.

Which is just fine with me. It saves me a pretty awkward conversation.

And of course, none of what I explained above is part of the free version you'll find on Youtube or MaddyGTV or even in the theater at ItsATashaThing. The free versions found there are supported by advertisers like Target, the new "Step Up" dance movie and VistaPrint. None of which would be all too pleased about putting their logo in front of this kind of deviant behavior.

To see the 'whole truth' of the matter, you must buy one of the Uncensored downloads. At $3 - $4 (2D & 3D respectively) is a small price to pay to witness my first real scene with a girl.

What you do get to see however in these versions is the full on 3D effect. If you have any pair of standard "Red / Blue" 3D Glasses, the image above is going to probably make you smack your hand on your computer screen.

If you're among those trying to find a way into my bedroom, this is it. (And way safer than trying to crawl thru the window).

This special 3D Episode was Directed by Award Winning 3D Filmmaker Paul Gorman, who's 3D work is hailed by critics as being "Better than what Hollywood is putting out..." so if you're a fan of 3D movies like I am, you're not going to be disappointed in it.

I've talked in private circles (less public forums, and social network chat) about the current state of the show and it's potential demise. While I haven't kept it a secret that the future of "It's A Tasha Thing" is very much on the ropes, for a pretty wide variety of reasons many of which are more complicated than can be explained in a simple status update. I've been piecing together an appropriate explanation in my mind that I can present to you here on my blog, but until I'm able to do that, I just want to stress that your support is needed to keep the show going.

Many of the show's original sponsors have since turned on their heels and headed out the back door, leaving just one more Episode of the show left for release. As of right now, Episode 104 is the very last episode of "It's A Tasha Thing" scheduled.

The tide can be turned with your support. The show relies on advertisers, so if you cannot, or simply will not purchase one of the downloads, then you can still help by watching the commercials on the free versions. Spread the word by sharing the episode with your friends.

It makes a difference and it matters now more than ever if you have been enjoying the show and want to see it continue.

I'll get more into this issue in a future blog. The issue is complex and involves more than just our company. I'm not ready to put this 'thing' to bed yet, so I hope you'll join me in keeping it going.

Until next time,

<3 Tasha

Sunday, July 1, 2012

I'd Like To Thank The Gathering...

Anna Davidova - Tasha James
I just received word that my show "It's A Tasha Thing" has won "Best TV Pilot" at the 16th Annual Indie Gathering Film Festival held this August in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Indie Gathering is ranked among the top 25 Film Festivals in the World by Movie Maker Magazine and is considered the premiere 'Proving Ground' for independent films around the world, with entries from dozens of countries including Australia, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany and Italy.

With World wide competition, I'm fiercely proud and honored to have a win in this festival. As I've said many times, this show didn't create itself. I owe a great deal of gratitude to A LOT of people who brought my story to life.

Dig!t Dave, Tasha James, Mark Audess
First off, Marie Madison and Mark Audess who are the Executive Producers of the show along with their partner Max Edwards. A special nod to Mark, who wrote the Screenplay with the help of his 'Writing Room' (Staff Writers) including Anna Davidova, Joe Kelly, Adam Moore and Marie Madison.

Tasha James - Joe Kelly
Of course, there wouldn't be a show without the cast. So, I have to thank Marie Madison, Anna Davidova, Dig!t Dave, Cody Hoepfl, Joe Kelly, Angelina Leigh, Mark Audess, Mike Socie, John Michaels, Chrissy Rice, Jeanette Hannah, Jeremy Krukowski, Virginia Sult, Seneca Shongo, MoFryky, Jenny Densuke, Maggie McQuire, Samantha Hoepfl, Taylor Gorman  and the talented and brave friends who filled in the backgrounds as extras.

Jenny Densuke - Angelina Leigh
There's the crew - and I'll admit, I don't know most of them by name, because I did my best to stay out of their way. But without the fine guys and gals who handled the sound, lighting, cameras and post production no one would have ever seen the show to begin with.

Same goes for the very patient and generous business owners who allowed us to use their places of business for locations. Creekside Bar & Grill, Pier 21 and Union Station among them.

Tasha James - Virginia Sult - Mike Socie at Creekside Bar & Grill
And I'm sure I'm leaving some people out, for which I apologize in advance. The people that have surrounded this project have been numerous and all of them irreplaceable. I truly feel blessed to have been given the opportunity to tell my story this way and be a part of such a creative project with such creative people.

The actual screening schedule for the festival has not been announced yet, so I don't know when (or even if) they will be screening "It's A Tasha Thing", but I will be attending the event regardless. GMD Films will have a vendor booth at the festival where I'll be appearing to help promote the show and I'll have DVD's, Blu-Ray's and Photos and get a chance to meet some people.

The event is August 17 - 19th, 2012 in Hudson, OH (just outside Cleveland) and a VIP pass for the entire event is just $35 when purchased in advance. You can get your tickets here right now. The price goes up to $45 at the door, so if you know for sure you are going get your passes in advance.

Lastly, if you are going to go, be sure to send me an e-mail and let me know. I would love to meet as many of my friends and fans as possible.

Episode 103 should be out this week!

<3 Tasha

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Victory!.!. For Now.

A couple weeks ago I posted a blog about how to recognize Scam sites. It was pretty timely, because at the time, there was a network of Scam sites running on the internet that had used photos of myself, along with many of my friends to attempt to trick people into spending money for things that did not exist. And at the same time, it seems they were hoping to discredit Sinthethics, both friends and a sponsor of my show.

Today, I'm proud to announce it's officially over... for now. Each site in this network of scams was dealt with individually, and the very last of them has now fallen.

"Not Found".

The moral of this story, is that if you are going to steal my pictures to create a scam designed to misrepresent me and my sponsors, the retaliation will be swift and destructive. After your door gets kicked in, and your servers pulled out by their wiring, all that will be left is a sticky note that reads: "Don't F*ck With Us".

I say "For Now..." because the nature of these criminal types, is they'll pop up again somewhere else. Some other domain name, some other method of trying to trick people. But the good news is, we're onto them. They can run, but they'll never hide for long. 

- Tasha