Porn Profits

Cath Elliott has blogged about the falling profits for the US porn industry, as a result of free on line content. This has resulted in porn performers having to accept lower pay for more dangerous sex acts.

It’s interesting how people’s attitudes suddenly change when they’re confronted by the reality of what goes on in the porn industry. Instead of the usual sanitised crap the industry itself tries to present to the world, and that we can see in this video with all the smiley clean-cut blokes trying to come off as respectable businessmen, Donohue comes face to face with an industry insider who’s prepared to tell the truth about what it’s all about. And it’s about shitty crappy parents trying to push their daughters into porn so they can make some money off their backs; it’s about girls and women being increasingly expected to do more and more extreme acts in return for less and less money; it’s about, as Shelley says, girls and women being expected to carry out acts with up to 75 men at a time.

Cath also posts this YouTube vid:

One response

  1. Gallic Hibernian

    I can’t believe the interviewer in this video is treating people from the porn industry as if their occupation was normal and mainstream! He doesn’t seem to give a crap about the women’s conditions (he even makes sex jokes while interviewing them), he’s only concerned by the fact that his own newspaper is loosing money because of blogs. This “investigation” is probably just a pathetic excuse to get more viewers (“Oh! Porn! Let’s all watch!”).

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