Originally posted by cybertroy
Before, I somehow thought some of these porn actors enjoyed the pain of things like hard sex. That may be the case for some, but many of the women
just don't enjoy it. In fact, you may be hurt by some of the stories of abuse that have occurred in the porn industry.
This would qualify for all movie industries including what's considered mainstream.
When you watch a porn, this is what you pretty much see, a pretty smiling girl covered in man goo. She smiles, but much of the time it's
fake. You think she enjoys this. You don't see the pain, well actually you might if you actually took the time to look at some of the girls faces,
or in their eyes, when they momentarily are "out of character." You can see pain, maybe even emotions like fear. I actually noticed this in some
of the films in the past.
I would say if this was their CHOICE not based on desperation, coercion, or force, then that is their right.
Porn doesn't have a damn thing to do with love, or a healthy sexual relationship. It's BS. It's a lie.
Nobody ever said it did as far as I know.
But either do onscreen romances in main stream film. Do you go to see those movies?
Think about it. You throw two or more people together, maybe they don't even like each other,
Happens all the time in main stream movies.
And, how does watching this make you closer to your significant other?
Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't. Depends on the individuals in the relationship
I mean, doesn't your significant other turn you on? The truth is, your wife should be attractive to you already, and vice versa. You're
essentially having sex with a fantasy, not your wife, not your husband. How does this bring you closer together?
So when your wife wears something sexy and puts on makeup, that doesn't enhance the "fantasy" of your existing relationship?
To get through, porn actors are largely on drugs, drink a lot, smoke a lot, stuff like that.
You mean just like main stream movie and tv actors not to mention singers?
As far as I can tell, this article is referring to clips taken from a porn video and does not depict actual assault. I've seen other articles about
this that have been traveling around the web, trying to push propaganda against American military in Iraq.
In one of the links, a pornstar named belladona said she left but kept going back for the money. She was never forced to do anything. She chose to
do those things.
These things are not just part of the porn industry.
If you're going to condemn the porn industry, you must also condemn the movie, tv and music industry.
So my response is before your watch your next movie, tune in to your next tv show or crack open that new CD you just bought, think hard about all the
suffering that went into it.
You seem to comdemn the porn industry only because it happens in front of you and not behind the scenes so you don't have to see it.