Saturday, July 2, 2016

Hot Girls Wanted

I recently watched a documentary produced by Rashida Jones
on Netflix.
Not to be judgy, but WTF?
Is porn the new black?
Are girls (not women - girls - because that's what porn viewers want - girls or women who look like girls) actually saying to themselves, "when I grow up I want to be a porn star"?
Yes, it seems so.
A hundred plus years ago women in the acting profession were looked down upon as sort of fallen women;
not the type you bring home to mother.
That mindset seems ridiculous now days.
Am I a prude or will porn stars
(I use that term loosley because very few become actual stars),
someday be the norm? Don't answer that.
Here's my problem (one of my problems) with porn:
It's kind of the same problem I had with the documentary Kink, which is basically kink + porn.
It's an industry that chews people up and spits them out.
Someone is making significant money, but it's not the actors.
And these girls need to up their game to stay in the game.
They go from softcore to hardcore.
Degredation. Humiliation.
Violence against women. Usually by men.
Facial abuse.
Rape or psuedo-rape.
The shelf life of a porn actress is typically short-lived.
But I imagine it lives with the girls forever.
That is all.

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