By fucked up dad - 11/07/2013 19:50 - Romania - Bucharest
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Your dad is a fucking freak. Who wants that for their daughter?
Sounds like he watches it himself; and what an awkward and disgusting situation that would be!
61: No. without those rose-colored glasses you seem to be wearing, life is not that simple for a lot of people in the US, let alone Romania! not everyone has a support system they can rely on in times of need, and there are NOT jobs available to all (are you aware of the unemployment rate?), and certainly not everybody can find ways to go back to school (vocational or otherwise). it was either a creepy joke or concerning comment. the adult industry, however, IS a legitimate business though (social stigma notwithstanding).
the adult industry is very reliable and one of the few industries that are not as impacted by the economy. there are worse things. did he mention prostuition? exactly, it could be worse. My father used to threaten that one day, if I didnt get adaquate grades, I would work on the corner.
Excuse me, I have done some and I am in college, and I'm not looking for another job to get my own place. I have also got out of school with exceptionally high grades. And you know what? A lot of porn stars use it to get through college on their law-courses etc. Your stereotyping is disgusting me.
I've noticed a trend with guys who write in broken English. They're almost always the ones who want to share their sick thoughts with the world. I don't understand the correlation, but I will say that #7 would be better off keeping his incest fantasies to himself.
Wow your dad sorry I half to say this but is disgusting to want his child to do porn
Hey now being a porn star isn't a terrible profession, it's just the fact that your dad was the one to suggest it.
Queensland, thank you so much for your valuable contribution to this discussion. You brought up some really great points, and I'm so glad someone has finally posted something that will surely be so eye-opening for other readers. I suppose I should first of say how proud I am that you got out of the porn industry. I mean, I know you didn't mention how long you were in it or anything, but to have made such insightful observations, I can only assume that you were forced or tricked into spending years in that disgusting, morality-deprived cesspool. It must have been terrible for you, but at least you are able to share this invaluable inside information with others before they make the same mistakes. It's refreshing to hear about the lack of morals. Usually all I'm hearing is about all the philanthropy coming out of porn, all the fundraisers the stars are hosting, and their benefit orgies. I don't know how your astute mind saw through the facade! Also, you're are SO right about the degradation aspect. I mean, so many people seem to think, "Oh, they're consenting adults who need to support themselves! They can make their own decisions about their bodies, their work, and their lives!" No one ever thinks about the families. It is so selfish of those porn stars to do anything with their own lives that might make other people uncomfortable... And that "billion other things." They are always overlooked. Again, very proud of your decision, and I'm so relieved that we have someone as shrewd as you to share your experiences with the rest of us!
45- You really shouldn't judge someone's morals based off of your own sense of decency. You don't have to have the same career preferences, but someone who enjoys their job, makes a lot of money doing so, and isn't hurting anyone isn't immoral. How you choose to "share" your body is your business. How another woman celebrates their sexuality and freedom to choose their own lovers is their business. Live and let live, don't foist your own principles on other people.