It gets a bad rap. I should know; I'm
a pornographer and I call bullshit on the double standards.
pornography for all kinds of social ills, devoting a disproportionately
high level of hysterical fervor to blasting porn and its supposed repercussions
than they do to a whole host of dirtier, more dangerous influences.
with calling people's attention to all the shit that's so much WORSE
than porn, but gets so little vehement opposition.
is a place to point out the crap that isn't criticized as heavily as
porn, but SHOULD be. The stuff that REALLY harms kids, families, and
women. Not because porn is blameless, but because other stuff is so
drafted rants from my
Industry vs. Sex Industry
|. . . the sports
industry is worth "far more than twice the size of the U.S.
auto industry and seven times the size of the movie industry."
Just the sports INJURY industry alone is worth over ten billion
dollars!!! We pay to watch them get hurt, and then the doctors get
paid to fix them. Go go gladiators!! Tell me again how prostitution
is illegal for the protection of women. If we're so concerned about
people's bodies, why are sports legal if they result in these kinds
|It boggles my
mind the way these fuckers act so proud of their horrid, invasive,
pathetic jobs. The way they won't acknowledge for a second that
what they're doing is a violation of civil liberties and pretty
much defeats the purpose of living in what we like to call a "free"
country. Nothing personal against those who are just following orders
and need their crappy job with the border patrol, but it makes me
mad when I as a whore am shamed and vilified for my job but these
guys? Get to walk around with their chests puffed out for stopping
people without cause and wreaking havoc on people's lives.
Pimping the Kids for ALL They're Worth
|I feel safer
knowing there are heaping loads of bukkake porn on the internet
and more women every day getting paid to take gobs of cum on their
eyeballs than I do in knowing that millions of children are watching
American Idol which teaches them to be so distanced from reality
that they could be personally rewarded for stalking someone they
see on television. They're *both* dehumanizing but one is intended
for ADULTS and features people who were PAID to get cum on their
faces; the other is marketed to children and histrionic adolescents
who are being enculturated that it's not only acceptable but DESIRABLE
to selfishly and unrealistically harass, stalk, and violate anyone
they want who's in the public eye.
Violence Against Sex Workers
sex workers boils down to two things: a woman who demands money
for sex is a woman who is saying NO to sex without money. For all
of our fancy talk and progress, our society STILL does not wholly
support women's right to say NO. Our problem is not just with women
charging money for sex, our problem is with women SAYING NO to sex
with men unless the men meet conditions set by women.
Who Let this Happen?
Fort Lewis GI fell through system's cracks to his death]
. . . The thing
that mystifies me, though, is this bizarre train of thought asking
"who could have let this happen??" instead of even acknowledging
for one fucking MOMENT *why* the guy wanted to blow his fucking
brains out. He's DEPRESSED BECAUSE HE IS/WAS IN A FUCKING WAR
ZONE AND SEEING BLOWN UP CHILDREN. Where's the mystery? What is
there to be confused about?
Virginia Tech Shooting
|Want to know
what I always find "funny" about stories like this? I
think it's "funny" that they try to avoid pointing out
that it's a male who did it. AGAIN. I mean, you can count on one
hand the number of females who go on shooting sprees, but no one
bothers to ask themselves why that is. Instead we just accept that
guys dominate violent crime while we very pointedly avoid any attempt
to acknowledge the obvious (that might mean we'd have to question
gender roles, right, and we don't want any of THAT).
Ellroy (FYI: I *love* _My Dark Places_)
|You know how
people like to point at sex workers and label them damaged goods,
drawn into the sordid skin trade never by choice but always by some
history of past and present victimhood? Yeah, you know what I'm
talking about. We do our jobs because we were sexually abused or
because we've been brainwashed by pop culture into thinking we're
only valuable as sex objects . . . .You don't hear people saying
that about the James Ellroys or the cops, though, do you? Because
men are not victims, they are HEROES. They turn it around and do
something PRODUCTIVE with their lives, right? But sex work . . .
THAT'S not productive. No, but if I were to write books with pictures
of dead swollen-headed mommies that would be okay -- not damaged
|. . . until the
advent of the internet, SHAME was probably one of the top three
reasons kids got their hands on porn. Because someone threw their
collection away, a kid scavenged for it and his eyes were burned
out by the sordid sight of SKIN!!
Hairy Asshole is Like a Melody
have very little concern for respecting people's "work safe"
boundaries because if it's okay for an employee to be wasting time
reading blogs, it should be okay to see my hairy fucking crack.
|Not two minutes
into the movie HE LITTERS!!!! How can I root for someone WHO LITTERS???
I thought this movie was supposed to be wholesome and Disneyfied!
How can Disney glorify such incredible stupidity?
Double Standard's a BEAR
Hasselbeck (the quarterback) doubled over in pain from his broken
fingers while he kept on playing made me wonder how people would
respond if I as a webwhore/camgirl, for instance, did a masturbation
show with broken fingers and kept wincing in pain, and then had
an announcer reminding everyone in the viewing audience of all of
the injuries I'd suffered while doing explicit sex shows and masturbation.
Wouldn't the anti-porn, anti-whore people be mortified? And wouldn't
they be even MORE mortified if a whore suffered those kinds of injuries
and actually got paid as much as a pro football player?
held to higher Standards than Mainstream
|I can't imagine
the kind of hate mail I'd get if I acted as careless and incommunicative
towards my consumers as mainstream businesses do. But *I* as a dirty
filthy pornographer am the one who has to pay higher payment processing
fees and abide by stricter chargeback guidelines than mainstream
under the label "worse
(note: most of my archived blog posts still don't have labels
attached to them so the list is incomplete)