I could say a lot about porn as a social phenomena (I wrote a little about it already here ).
I’m fairly tolerant of the genre, but contemptuous towards the mass commercialization of it.
It starts with the picture can you see here (warning: topless photo).
At first glance, it appears to be a random publicity photo of a porn star signing autographs. The woman is “dressed” in her sexy regalia while signing a calendar with a raunchy nude photo of her on it.
I’ve tried to sort through the details; it’s unclear to me whether she died of an overdose or was murdered.
She said that her ex-husband kidnapped her child when he didn’t win custody. She was doing the porn shoot to pay for a divorce attorney and a private investigator to track the ex-husband down.
Of course, that whole backstory could have been faked, but it came out so randomly during the preliminary interview that it struck me as genuine.
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