Posted on April 5, 2012 by pittsburghflashfictiongazette
“Most girls who enter the porn industry do one video and quit. The experience is so painful, horrifying, embarrassing, humiliating for them that they never do it again.” Luke Ford, quoted by CBS News.
According to statistics, 750,000 women in the U.S alone have done explicit sex films for money. Then add to the rest of the countries producing porn and that figure is huge, which means that 1 in 200 (0.5%) of women have done some type of porn in their lifetime. There is a constant stream of porn-type sites and Asian porn available on the Internet: there are a number of them in Japan. Most of the performers are attractive eighteen-year-old girls who start out dancing in a nude bar and escorting. On the other hand, there are some women who aren’t too thrilled with the idea. After doing a porn scene, some claimed they felt depressed and empty inside, but they still did it for the money. While some women enjoy sex and gang bang crazy types of porn, others find it degrading and morally corrupt. While there are many porn stars who make it in the business, there are other women who don’t feel comfortable being asked to perform things such as gang rape scenes, anal sex, lesbian action and other sexual taboos that men often fantasize about.
Porn star Jenna Jameson at the 2007 Adult Entertainment Expo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
After doing some research, I found that most women in the porn industry tend to enjoy sex more than women who aren’t in the business. The same research found that women who enjoy being in movies or porn videos were sexually molested and abused as children. For example, the top porn-star in the world, Jenna Jameson, was gang raped as a teenager and molested by her uncle. She comes from an unstable family without a mother and an abusive father. It’s evident that many women who do porn suffered some psychological trauma in their childhood or while they were growing up. Porn is what it is. Many people, men and women, are visually stimulated by erotic images and there is a huge consumer market for it.
Love Doctor is a professional writer from the State of Florida. She was born and raised in Miami. She is a graduate of Florida International University School of Journalism and Mass Communication program. She has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Broadcast journalism.
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