Aroused

I was looking at the weather forecast for tomorrow, when I came across an article in the local newspaper regarding a documentary called “Aroused”. It documents the porn industry:

I had always thought the porn industry was degrading to women, but apparently they feel differently. I find the fact all the 16 women in the documentary have had sexually transmitted diseases somewhat disturbing. Hey, if you’ve seen porn, you know how it works: There’s generally an exchange of bodily fluid at some point … usually the end. It’s called the “money shot”. That’s got to be especially dangerous for the receiving partner.

Porn stars hope people view their profession favorably and they are concerned it may impede future job or romantic prospects. I want to say, “of course, you’re boning some dude/dude-ette on video for money.” But we watch it. Yes, “we” do. It’s a multi-billion dollar business. What does that make us? If you’ve watched people get down on video, you need to realize you are not any better than those actors and actresses. Watching porn is like getting made at drug traffickers while you toke on the products they are dragging across the border. A lot of it is acting. I can’t imagine having to get down with someone who you don’t like, doesn’t respect you or has personal hygiene you don’t like. An actor or actress may get injured during a shoot. The actors have to have enemas to prepare for certain shoots. The actors and actresses may not like certain things. All the while, the actor/actress is expected to look like they enjoy the activity. We didn’t even bring up the men. We tend to think “male porn star…lucky.” Not hardly. I suspect there’s a lot of pressure to perform “correctly.” I also suspect “correctly” may not conform with what/when the actor might want.

Not to mention there are certain niche elements to the business. Short of animals, you can find virtually every type of sexual exchange there is. This is even more true with the advent of the Internet. Heck, certain elements of the Internet, like increased speed and downloading capabilities are from the desire of the porn industry to provide you with online porn. I guess its better than going to your local video store and checking out the room in back.

Too funny, but for what its worth, no, I do not watch white or any other women in big-booty porn. LOL, that’s too funny.

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One Response to Aroused

  1. harrithomas says:

    An interesting take on a mis-understood industry. It would be interesting the catalogue the life and times of these actors years beyond their career and speak to their partners about how they feel about the others past. But still, porn can mean so many things these days and there are so many forms, which brings me to this: Your post came up as similar in content to a recent one of mine – http://meandmymoustache.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/hysterical-literature/. I thought you might like to have a look? I’d be interested to hear what you have to say about it too. Thanks for the blog!

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