Well, it seems some of the inhabitants of Second Life aren't very happy with the invasion of the Suicide Girls. So much so that they've decided to yell about it on the forums.
Now, for those of you not familiar, there are many SLers who will yell about anything on the forums. Servers down for a update? Yelling. Textures not appearing fast enough? Yelling. It's Tuesday? Totally Linden Labs fault. Yelling.
However, there's been a lot of discussion about Linden Lab using a porn company as a sort of advertising. This finally prompted one of the LL staff to hand down a FAQ on the whole situation.
Suicide Girls in Second Life FAQ
Q. Is there a deal/agreement/contract between Linden Lab and the Suicide Girls?
Q. Were the Suicide Girls approached by Linden Lab to join Second Life as a part of a program or promotion?
Q. Were the Suicide Girls given a special offer to check out Second Life?
Q. Do the Suicide Girls owe Linden Lab something in return?
Q. Why did Linden Lab do this?
A. There is an interest in seeing how existing web communities can extend what they offer members by having a virtual space where they can meet and interact. The Suicide Girls have a very active community and Second Life is a good fit for them to be able to meet and greet each other as well as their site members.
Please remember that the residents in Second Life with the last name Suicide are like all residents and deserve to be treated according to the Community Guidelines and Standards.
There will be more web communities in the future joining Second Life as we continue to grow and expand and they should be given the chance to make a home just as we all have.
I am always willing to talk with concerned residents in world and would ask that you respect other residents’ right to privacy.
There's currently around 90 Suicide Girls in the world, as can be counted by their special last name, "Suicide". I honestly haven't been any of them around the world, and don't really know if they have any plans, but just being there at the moment is enough to be setting some people off. More as we find out.