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Uniquemind
June 10th, 2016, 01:59 AM
So this is my official open ended thread for real truthful and blunt discussion about taking any job in the pornographic industry.

This is a controversial topic but I think it is valid given the era's changing times, young people constant bombardment and sometimes unrealistic naive views about not focusing on education and thinking their body can earn them wealth or fame, either in the context of rebellion, exploration, or outright lust.

I'll allow this topic to also branch out into 3-4 degrees of separation when talking about pros and cons of this industry especially when talking about the interest of collective health and any recent political history about sex laws, precedent, that affect porn shoots. (Camera angles, filmography, STI risk, computer model editing images of society's view of beauty and sexiness and power, analogies made to compare to marketing over decades of time)


Links if it serves to promote a argument or thesis will be allowed.


However personal attacks will not be allowed and I draw the line at directly trying to insult someone's character which displays no purpose to add to the conversation.


Outside links must be educational and might be graphic.

Medical pictures of the genital area might be a part of the discussion.

For this thread to work, I do ask the moderators and administrators or leniency in the rules for this.

This is precisely why this forum needs to exist because there are topics school districts will not touch that are educational, for purely political reasons and not ones for health.

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Moriya
June 10th, 2016, 02:04 AM
I think it's best to stay a million miles away from the Sex Industry. I've heard a lot of horror stories. Seriously, I don't want anyone to go through the trauma. Plus, STD's.

Microcosm
June 10th, 2016, 04:56 PM
Okay so here's some problems I can think of right off the bat:

- As Moriya said, trauma and STDs would be a big issue.
- Over time, you could lose your sex appeal, which would in turn make it difficult to get commissions for work and find yourself in a financial hole.
- This one might be a bit controversial, but I don't think you're giving your life any long-term purpose by providing any long-term effect to the world. In other words, it's a under-usage of one's potential. Of course, porn could just be a side job, in which case this flaw goes by the wayside.
- Your actual love life could potentially be lacking, i.e. your ability to have strong feelings for one person and hold a relationship with them. I imagine most guys wouldn't want a relationship with someone who gives consent to be screwed by various other guys. So, in that sense it is dangerous.

If I think of any more, I'll add.

Flapjack
June 11th, 2016, 10:03 AM
So this is my official open ended thread for real truthful and blunt discussion about taking any job in the pornographic industry.

This is a controversial topic but I think it is valid given the era's changing times, young people constant bombardment and sometimes unrealistic naive views about not focusing on education and thinking their body can earn them wealth or fame, either in the context of rebellion, exploration, or outright lust.

I'll allow this topic to also branch out into 3-4 degrees of separation when talking about pros and cons of this industry especially when talking about the interest of collective health and any recent political history about sex laws, precedent, that affect porn shoots. (Camera angles, filmography, STI risk, computer model editing images of society's view of beauty and sexiness and power, analogies made to compare to marketing over decades of time)


Links if it serves to promote a argument or thesis will be allowed.


However personal attacks will not be allowed and I draw the line at directly trying to insult someone's character which displays no purpose to add to the conversation.


Outside links must be educational and might be graphic.

Medical pictures of the genital area might be a part of the discussion.

For this thread to work, I do ask the moderators and administrators or leniency in the rules for this.

This is precisely why this forum needs to exist because there are topics school districts will not touch that are educational, for purely political reasons and not ones for health.

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If thats what the people involved want to do, we shouldn't judge them. Society judging them makes their life harder when they're doing the work and difficult to get a job when they leave.

Is this thread targeted at porn or escorts?

Emerald Dream
June 11th, 2016, 10:20 AM
Outside links must be educational and might be graphic.

Medical pictures of the genital area might be a part of the discussion.

For this thread to work, I do ask the moderators and administrators or leniency in the rules for this.

This is precisely why this forum needs to exist because there are topics school districts will not touch that are educational, for purely political reasons and not ones for health.

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Commence discussion

Just to clarify a lot of this before anything gets out of hand - some of this is not allowed by our rules, under any circumstances.

We don't allow any nude/genital pics...whether it is porn, or medical, or "art" (lol).

Also, linking to something overly graphic in description isn't going to be allowed, simply for the inappropriate factor. You are responsible for anything on a page that you link here on VT, and that includes any inappropriate advertisements that may be attached to it. If there is any question of whether something is ok to link or not, it's probably best to ask a staff member before you post it.

Not trying to derail this thread at all, but rather clarify.

rioo
June 11th, 2016, 11:01 PM
do u talking about porn in america or around the world?, because it can be different in society.

Uniquemind
June 12th, 2016, 03:40 PM
do u talking about porn in america or around the world?, because it can be different in society.

Given the recent trend of pornstars who travel abroad to shoot scenes, this conversation must take into account that this is a global economy and that germs and viruses do NOT stop at geographical borders.

So yes this is a broad conversation.

rioo
June 16th, 2016, 09:09 AM
Uniquemind
Maybe this good to read, www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Pornstar
or art model can be considered 'soft porn' ? www.wikihow.com/Be-a-Nude-Art-Model

Sasha M
June 20th, 2016, 07:48 PM
The only thing I would do in the porn industry is photography/videography or like managing my own site or renting shooting locations. There is many more people then just the actors!

sunnieseason
June 23rd, 2016, 02:44 PM
I think women need to really consider the fact that being in porn makes them less desirable to normal men. A normal, respectable man isn't going to want to date or marry a woman who's been banged on camera. Especially since the internet makes everything easy to search, it would be a travesty! She won't be able to get a respectable job because people will find out that she did porn. Also, just imagine how difficult it would be on her children if they find out she did porn.

That being said, if she wants to be a whore then that's her choice...just as long as she accepts the social consequences.