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2013-02-26 07:32:06 PM
9 votes:
You gotta love the bullshiat sanctimony of beauty pageants - she has to resign from a position as "elected sexual object" because she participated in an porn movie...
2013-02-26 09:37:35 PM
6 votes:

TotallyHeadless: Genevieve Marie: TotallyHeadless: I really don't think being used and abused by a bunch of opportunistic porn producers is something we want our young women to aspire to.

I don't think being used and abused and exploited makes the young woman in question a bad person. I think it says a lot more about how terrible that industry can be to young women than it does about this particular young woman's character.

I think it would have actually been really amazing and empowering to have someone in a role model position who'd been through a humiliating sexual experience, didn't let it define her and moved on with her life.

Let's teach young women to avoid that humiliating sexual experience by celebrating those that chose not to do it. Redemption is great, but sometimes examples of embarrassment and shame can be used as teaching moments for others.

This girl will survive. It will be in the news for a week and forgotten. She will have to live a low-profile life, but sometimes mistakes have life-long consequences.


Spoken like someone who never had to navigate the incredibly weird messages thrown at teenage girls- the be sexy to others, but exude purity bullshiat. Be sexy but don't be sexual, and certainly don't exhibit any control over your own sexuality. Be someone who's desired by others, but who doesn't show desire. It's crap, and it sucks, and people really need to get over the whole idea that a young woman is tarnished forever as a person if she makes a single misstep while navigating this mindfark.

This girl was raised in the foster care system. The fact that she came out of it as well as she did is nothing short of amazing- and it's not at all shocking that with her looks and the lack of financial and parental support, she was an easy target for a predatory industry.

It's foul that someone from her past decided that too many good things had happened to her, and she deserved to come down a few pegs, and it's foul that the pageant organization and everyone defending their decision enables that person by allowing them to hurt her like this.
2013-02-26 09:09:58 PM
4 votes:
Ugh. This sucks and I really, really wish organizations would stop sending the message that if a young woman is discovered being sexual on film she automatically becomes a terrible role model.

The slut shaming by these organizations is really repulsive.
2013-02-26 07:57:44 PM
3 votes:

basemetal: basemetal: [homefries.com image 850x120]

Shiat, wrong thread.


Nah... It works.
2013-02-26 07:42:44 PM
3 votes:

ManateeGag: it's hard to portray wholesome with a cock in your mouth.


Prude.
2013-02-27 10:39:07 AM
2 votes:
I thought she was quite attractive both in face and body.

Too bad the vid, like too much of porn, was mainly focused on the guy's cock, and you saw very little of her except as a receptacle for it.

If male porn viewers are so into cock then why don't they just watch gay porn.
2013-02-26 11:29:27 PM
2 votes:

TotallyHeadless: but sometimes you have to start at the bottom, as do most people


Most people do not start out as the sole breadwinner at age 18. Most people have some sort of family network that helps them get a start in life of some sort. A full-time minimum wage job, which is what's available to an 18 year old high school kid pays $15,080 annually. That's not a living wage. That's a pretty desperate way to live actually- and it doesn't provide any wiggle room to get ahead. No time off. No sick leave and paid vacation and probably no medical insurance- and not much time to go to school. She certainly wouldn't be able to work forty hours and carry a full course load. Yea, she'd qualify for some financial aid (putting herself into student loan debt) but that still wouldn't cover everything. She'd still need to figure out how to at least pay for books on top of everything else.

Is it possible that MAYBE this could be done on a minimum wage job given exactly the right circumstances? Yea. But don't try and act like this isn't a Mount Everest climb out of poverty- that that kind of life doesn't take herculean effort. Or that if  you were 18, totally on your own, and had no idea where your life was going- you wouldn't be tempted by some quick money that could open other doors.

I just... really, really hate the "Someone didn't lead exactly the lifestyle I think they should lead, and therefore fark them, they get what they deserve" attitude. It's so lacking in compassion.
2013-02-26 11:00:23 PM
2 votes:

bhcompy: It has nothing to do with what we believe regarding porn, rather what society believes. Porn shouldn't hurt her, but, guess what, the real world exists and in that world porn hurts you unless you're already rich


That doesn't make it right. That doesn't mean that people can't speak out and note that it's immoral to treat young women as sex objects and then punish them when they choose to step into that role.
2013-02-26 10:48:19 PM
2 votes:

Christian Bale: Genevieve Marie: Ugh. This sucks and I really, really wish organizations would stop sending the message that if a young woman is discovered being sexual on film she automatically becomes a terrible role model.

The slut shaming by these organizations is really repulsive.

The biggest slut shamers have been feminist organizations protesting Playboy's Girls of the _____ issues. For posing naked, not even porn. There's been some change of heart lately but it's hard to take feminists seriously on the slut-shaming issue after hearing for so long how being in Playboy was a crime against all women.


You're really going to say that because second wave feminism existed, third wave feminists can't be critical of slut shaming? Really?

Third wave feminism is very sex positive. I actually have a pretty extensive vintage Playboy collection- I used some of the 1960s articles as examples of sex positivity towards women for a project. But sure, let's go with "Let's imply that all feminists are responsible for protests that took place twenty years ago". I was 8. I was highly influential in the movement at the time, let me tell you.
2013-02-26 09:48:47 PM
2 votes:

Smgth: You think this porn popped up because someone had a personal vendetta against someone else who had a modicum of success?!?


Read the article. It was anonymously mailed in to Gawker. Three days ago, she tweeted something that insinuated she was being harassed by someone in her past.

I was actually drawing on the facts in the piece.
2013-02-26 09:39:09 PM
2 votes:

Smgth: basemetal: Smgth: Good thing she quit porn, she's not very good at it...

 Does she just lay there?

To a degree. She did a few different things, all of them in a sort of half-embarrassed sort of giggly unenthusiastic and inexpert way.

/Reviewing porn. THIS is what my life has come to...
//*sigh*


This is why I've never understood the appeal of teen porn, I mean sure, they look damn hot but they don't know jack shiat about sex at that age. 30s is the best age for porn actresses, still young enough to look good but experienced enough to be an uninhibited slut.
2013-02-26 09:06:09 PM
2 votes:
Subliminal messages?

i.imgur.com
2013-02-26 07:47:28 PM
2 votes:

ManateeGag: Lava Lamp Repairman: You gotta love the bullshiat sanctimony of beauty pageants - she has to resign from a position as "elected sexual object" because she participated in an porn movie...

i think its supposed to be about a wholesome image of a young woman. it's hard to portray wholesome with a cock in your mouth.


I'd agree with that, but only to a degree, because beauty pageants (across the board) are about the specialization of the female form. Teens are supposed to be more chaste then their 'grown up' counter parts, but it's just a convenient lie. They're STILL set up as sexual objects. But by PROVING that by doing porn, it shows the whole thing as the farce it is.
2013-02-26 07:06:37 PM
2 votes:
It's only a matter of time before finding a woman who isn't naked and or having sex on the Internet will be impossible.
2013-02-27 12:20:06 AM
1 votes:

Philbb: shotglasss: ultraholland: TotallyHeadless: Let's teach young women to avoid that humiliating sexual experience by celebrating those that chose not to do it. allowing them to enjoy it

This girl will survive. It will be in the news for a week and forgotten. She will have to live a low-profile life

I would not recognize her if I saw her on the street tomorrow. Nobody really gives two shiats about this.

For the most part, yes. However, assume you're the one dating her and a few months into it, your friend tells you who she is, or you get an anonymous link in an email to her video.

Would you still not give a shiat?

Are you kidding? She's has already shown some of the things she'll do for money now it's time to find out she'll do for love.

Unless you are dating a virgin you know that your partner has has sex at least once. Why would it matter if it was recorded?


even better if it was recorded.

so, you know, you can judge technique
2013-02-27 12:04:16 AM
1 votes:
so farking other people is bad and horrible but waltzing around in high heels and a bikini like a piece of meat exposed for the masses is hunky dory?

weird, man. just weird.
2013-02-26 11:09:56 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: bhcompy: It has nothing to do with what we believe regarding porn, rather what society believes. Porn shouldn't hurt her, but, guess what, the real world exists and in that world porn hurts you unless you're already rich

That doesn't make it right. That doesn't mean that people can't speak out and note that it's immoral to treat young women as sex objects and then punish them when they choose to step into that role.


Doesn't make it right, but makes it reality.  Idealism is a lovely sentiment, but reality is like the honeybadger: it doesn't give a fark.
2013-02-26 10:57:43 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: TotallyHeadless: She made the adult decision to do the video, and it had consequences that she didn't care to think about before hand. Unfortunately, she learned the hard way that she has to own up to her decisions and I don't know how me not feeling sorry for her is hypocritical.

If you enjoy the porn industry and the products it creates, yet simultaneously believe that women who work in that industry deserve any shame they might face for choosing to participate in creating the product you enjoy, you're a hypocrite. You see nothing wrong with enjoying the product- just with the creation of it. If enjoying porn is normal and not shameful, why should participating in porn be considered shameful and why should any ostracism people face for it be justifiable in your mind?

Also, there's no way she could have taken a low paying retail job and still been able to afford to enter Miss Teen Delaware. The lower level pageants are pretty cheap to enter but the Miss Teen USA pageant requires coaching, clothing and supplies. Not a bad investment though, if the payoff is a college scholarship.  (one of my friends from high school is a pageant coach and a former Miss Teen Louisiana)

I'm not sure why it's hard to understand that in this country, the jobs available to a teenager with a high school education are not going to provide a living wage, and that with that comes some financial desperation.


It has nothing to do with what we believe regarding porn, rather what society believes.  Porn shouldn't hurt her, but, guess what, the real world exists and in that world porn hurts you unless you're already rich.  Everyone knows this already.  Unless she's trying to be a trailblazer, she made a bad decision.  That's on her.  Not on us, not on society.

As far as jobs, that's the life that everyone has to put up with.  She's not special in that regard.  Hell, if she files her FAFSA with her status, she's able to ride on loans and grants through at least the first year of college.
2013-02-26 10:44:37 PM
1 votes:

TotallyHeadless: She made the adult decision to do the video, and it had consequences that she didn't care to think about before hand. Unfortunately, she learned the hard way that she has to own up to her decisions and I don't know how me not feeling sorry for her is hypocritical.


If you enjoy the porn industry and the products it creates, yet simultaneously believe that women who work in that industry deserve any shame they might face for choosing to participate in creating the product you enjoy, you're a hypocrite. You see nothing wrong with enjoying the product- just with the creation of it. If enjoying porn is normal and not shameful, why should participating in porn be considered shameful and why should any ostracism people face for it be justifiable in your mind?

Also, there's no way she could have taken a low paying retail job and still been able to afford to enter Miss Teen Delaware. The lower level pageants are pretty cheap to enter but the Miss Teen USA pageant requires coaching, clothing and supplies. Not a bad investment though, if the payoff is a college scholarship.  (one of my friends from high school is a pageant coach and a former Miss Teen Louisiana)

I'm not sure why it's hard to understand that in this country, the jobs available to a teenager with a high school education are not going to provide a living wage, and that with that comes some financial desperation.
2013-02-26 10:41:58 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: Ugh. This sucks and I really, really wish organizations would stop sending the message that if a young woman is discovered being sexual on film she automatically becomes a terrible role model.

The slut shaming by these organizations is really repulsive.


The biggest slut shamers have been feminist organizations protesting Playboy's Girls of the _____ issues. For posing naked, not even porn. There's been some change of heart lately but it's hard to take feminists seriously on the slut-shaming issue after hearing for so long how being in Playboy was a crime against all women.
2013-02-26 10:38:45 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: bhcompy: She used her body to get her those scholarships, then used her body again to get a paycheck. Perhaps she should try applying her mind instead.

That's pretty sanctimonious. Beauty pageants aren't my thing, but I completely understand the appeal they'd have to a girl looking for a way to move herself forward in life- the prizes for a contest like that are pretty good, even more so for the girls that place at the national pageant.

Like it or not, we live in a culture that commodifies the bodies of attractive young women. Looking at  them with disdain if they end up falling back on that for a minute to pay the rent is pretty cruel.


You misconstrue a lack of sympathy, or indifference, for disdain.  You know what help I got when my mother off'd herself with a .44 in our house?  A paltry death benefit to pay for things like food and education.  You know what it really paid for? My father's drug and alcohol addiction.  You know what help I got when my father embezzled the remainder and ran off? Nothing.  Nothing at all.  I had the rug pulled out from under me, yet somehow I managed to work my way through college, into a decent job with a decent salary, and managed to become a parent and prove to myself that I was better in every way than my parents.

I hold no disdain for this woman.  She made her choices, and now she has to reap the consequences.  As someone who lived that life, you're forced be more mature than your years in your decision making, and if you aren't it's because of aptitude and having a real family wouldn't have changed that.
2013-02-26 10:38:36 PM
1 votes:

Oh_Enough_Already: Like young men who try and make it in sports, or music, or as soldiers?


When has a young man ever been criticized for trying to pay his way in the world by going into sports, music, or the military?

Pretty sure we throw parades in their honor.
2013-02-26 10:30:35 PM
1 votes:
Yea, I think I'm going to go take a bubble bath with a glass of wine and read something fun. I'm really, really over this bullshiat cultural tendency to treat young attractive women like they exist for the pleasure of others and then blame them if they buy into that idea and go with it.
2013-02-26 10:27:48 PM
1 votes:

TotallyHeadless: Call me a prude or mean or whatever, but personal responsibility is still a virtue that should be lauded and irresponsibility should be discourag

ed

She participated in a legal industry as a means of paying her bills when she didn't see another option. The only reason to consider that irresponsible is if you consider porn inherently shameful.

Which you know, if you do, that's fine- but I hope you don't ever watch it, because watching and enjoying porn while looking down on the people who create it is pretty hypocritical.
2013-02-26 10:27:28 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: What really sucks is this takes her out of the running for a lot of things that could have helped make sure she's never in this position again. She aged out of the foster care system, did this to support herself, and got to a place where she was going to be eligible for a lot of scholarship money that would have helped her get an education. It would also have given her access to contacts that might have helped her compensate for the fact that she was raised with no support network.

Now that chance is being taken away because of sanctimonious judgment of a decision she made as a young woman in a vulnerable place.

That really, really sucks.


Really?  So, she gets no blame for the decision she made to make the porno, then getting into the pageant biz, knowing this might come back and bite her in the ass?

Listen, I understand there are a lot of women who are taken advantage of in the porn industry.  But It seems like she made all the choices that led her to this point.  If she did it for money or kicks, It doesn't matter.  She knew that the pageant industry would frown on such shenanigans, and yet she took that route.

Her past caught up with her.  No one but herself to blame.
2013-02-26 10:25:18 PM
1 votes:

bhcompy: She used her body to get her those scholarships, then used her body again to get a paycheck. Perhaps she should try applying her mind instead.


That's pretty sanctimonious. Beauty pageants aren't my thing, but I completely understand the appeal they'd have to a girl looking for a way to move herself forward in life- the prizes for a contest like that are pretty good, even more so for the girls that place at the national pageant.

Like it or not, we live in a culture that commodifies the bodies of attractive young women. Looking at  them with disdain if they end up falling back on that for a minute to pay the rent is pretty cruel.
2013-02-26 10:22:26 PM
1 votes:

ultraholland: TotallyHeadless: Let's teach young women to avoid that humiliating sexual experience by celebrating those that chose not to do it. allowing them to enjoy it

This girl will survive. It will be in the news for a week and forgotten. She will have to live a low-profile life

I would not recognize her if I saw her on the street tomorrow. Nobody really gives two shiats about this.


Well, then why did she resign? 

Genevieve Marie: TotallyHeadless: Genevieve Marie: TotallyHeadless: I really don't think being used and abused by a bunch of opportunistic porn producers is something we want our young women to aspire to.

I don't think being used and abused and exploited makes the young woman in question a bad person. I think it says a lot more about how terrible that industry can be to young women than it does about this particular young woman's character.

I think it would have actually been really amazing and empowering to have someone in a role model position who'd been through a humiliating sexual experience, didn't let it define her and moved on with her life.

Let's teach young women to avoid that humiliating sexual experience by celebrating those that chose not to do it. Redemption is great, but sometimes examples of embarrassment and shame can be used as teaching moments for others.

This girl will survive. It will be in the news for a week and forgotten. She will have to live a low-profile life, but sometimes mistakes have life-long consequences.

Spoken like someone who never had to navigate the incredibly weird messages thrown at teenage girls- the be sexy to others, but exude purity bullshiat. Be sexy but don't be sexual, and certainly don't exhibit any control over your own sexuality. Be someone who's desired by others, but who doesn't show desire. It's crap, and it sucks, and people really need to get over the whole idea that a young woman is tarnished forever as a person if she makes a single misstep while navigating this mindfark.

This girl was raised in the foster care system. The fact that she came out of it as well as she did is nothing short of amazing- and it's not at all shocking that with her looks and the lack of financial and parental support, she was an easy target for a predatory industry.

It's foul that someone from her past decided that too many good things had happened to her, and she deserved to come down a few pegs, and it's foul that the pageant organization and ...


I'm not the one to convince. I agree that there is no congruence in the messages we give young people. However, I don't do advertising, sell fashion magazines, reality television, or hold teenage beauty pageants, so there is nothing I can much do about it until I have kids of my own. Really there is a need for a cultural shift away from making everything about how sexy (for young women) or studly (for young men) you are to what have you accomplished that is positive and useful for the world. Sadly, most positive young people are completely obscured by the "sexy" ones.

Call me a prude or mean or whatever, but personal responsibility is still a virtue that should be lauded and irresponsibility should be discourage. Nobody gets upset when a young person permanently injuries themselves if they were doing something idiotic like doing unnecessary stunts or something. Most people just say: "Don't be dumb." In the case of this girl, I think the embarrassment from this episode is similar and she will have to live with it, but that comes with the territory when you make adult decisions.
2013-02-26 10:20:01 PM
1 votes:

Oh_Enough_Already: I hope you're as sympathetic towards and willing to defend every black teen caught slinging crack or shooting a rival gang member, etc, as they're just as much decisions made by a young person in a "vulnerable place" which will have life changing and career altering consequences.


If you think that I'm not sympathetic to people raised in a culture of poverty and that I'm not aware of how often racial issues and poverty issues intersect, you haven't been reading my posts for very long.
2013-02-26 10:15:05 PM
1 votes:
Also, pro tip: If you love porn, but look down on the women who work in it, you just might be a douchey misogynist.
2013-02-26 10:08:04 PM
1 votes:
What really sucks is this takes her out of the running for a lot of things that could have helped make sure she's never in this position again. She aged out of the foster care system, did this to support herself, and got to a place where she was going to be eligible for a lot of scholarship money that would have helped her get an education. It would also have given her access to contacts that might have helped her compensate for the fact that she was raised with no support network.

Now that chance is being taken away because of sanctimonious judgment of a decision she made as a young woman in a vulnerable place.

That really, really sucks.
2013-02-26 09:57:28 PM
1 votes:

Atomic Spunk: Smgth: Atomic Spunk: Smgth: Atomic Spunk: Smgth: Atomic Spunk: People should never feel ashamed about having sex on video (unless it's illegal sex, of course). It's a fun activity that most adults enjoy. It's not something we should be ashamed of. Maybe one day our society will be enlightened enough not to vilify people because they chose to be in a porno.

Correction. THIS chick should feel ashamed. Because she's awful at sex on video.

/If you want your farking to be seen by strangers, be prepared to be judged by strangers at how good you fark on film.

She's just a beginner - give the girl a break. She will improve as time goes on. She's cute, so she has that going for her.

So practice in private. You know why small children playing basketball isn't on TV? They SUCK!

This was...uncomfortable to watch. I know there's a market for this, but ick. There's also a market for all kinds of reprehensible shiat, but that doesn't mean I'm going to condone it.

You didn't pay to watch the video so shut your pie hole.

So only those who pay for things are allowed to have opinions?

/Better stop voting then...
//Your point is ridiculous is what I'm saying. I felt I needed to point this out to you in plain words lest you fail to grasp it.

I pay taxes, therefore I am entitled to an opinion.

/Your rebuttal is rubbish is what I'm saying. I felt I needed to point this out to you in plain words lest you fail to grasp it.


So if I don't make enough money to pay taxes I'm not entitled to an opinion?

If I don't like a tv show I'm watching I can't have an opinion?

If I don't like your pointless comments on the Internet I can't have an opinion?

If my friend says something I disagree with I can't have an opinion?

/You aren't paying me, you aren't allowed to have an opinion on what I said.
2013-02-26 09:56:43 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: Smgth: You think this porn popped up because someone had a personal vendetta against someone else who had a modicum of success?!?

Read the article. It was anonymously mailed in to Gawker. Three days ago, she tweeted something that insinuated she was being harassed by someone in her past.

I was actually drawing on the facts in the piece.


This isn't someone recording their fark session.  It's a "professional amateur" job.  Only thing that happened was that the producer found out who the girl was and sent an anonymous note to Gawker to get some extra sales.  That's all.  She made a real porno and now it's biting her in the ass.
2013-02-26 09:52:02 PM
1 votes:

shotglasss: ultraholland: TotallyHeadless: Let's teach young women to avoid that humiliating sexual experience by celebrating those that chose not to do it. allowing them to enjoy it

This girl will survive. It will be in the news for a week and forgotten. She will have to live a low-profile life

I would not recognize her if I saw her on the street tomorrow. Nobody really gives two shiats about this.

For the most part, yes. However, assume you're the one dating her and a few months into it, your friend tells you who she is, or you get an anonymous link in an email to her video.

Would you still not give a shiat?


no, i'd probably get turned on

/pervy
2013-02-26 09:49:50 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: Smgth: You think this porn popped up because someone had a personal vendetta against someone else who had a modicum of success?!?

Read the article. It was anonymously mailed in to Gawker. Three days ago, she tweeted something that insinuated she was being harassed by someone in her past.

I was actually drawing on the facts in the piece.


Touché. I retract my statement.
2013-02-26 09:48:56 PM
1 votes:

Atomic Spunk: Smgth: Atomic Spunk: Smgth: Atomic Spunk: People should never feel ashamed about having sex on video (unless it's illegal sex, of course). It's a fun activity that most adults enjoy. It's not something we should be ashamed of. Maybe one day our society will be enlightened enough not to vilify people because they chose to be in a porno.

Correction. THIS chick should feel ashamed. Because she's awful at sex on video.

/If you want your farking to be seen by strangers, be prepared to be judged by strangers at how good you fark on film.

She's just a beginner - give the girl a break. She will improve as time goes on. She's cute, so she has that going for her.

So practice in private. You know why small children playing basketball isn't on TV? They SUCK!

This was...uncomfortable to watch. I know there's a market for this, but ick. There's also a market for all kinds of reprehensible shiat, but that doesn't mean I'm going to condone it.

You didn't pay to watch the video so shut your pie hole.


So only those who pay for things are allowed to have opinions?

/Better stop voting then...
//Your point is ridiculous is what I'm saying. I felt I needed to point this out to you in plain words lest you fail to grasp it.
2013-02-26 09:42:04 PM
1 votes:

TotallyHeadless: Igor Jakovsky: I didnt know what the headline meant but then, heh.

How bad did she need the money?  For what?

She probably didn't. She reminds me of a girl I knew who did porn because it was an "experience" and some sort of sign of becoming an adult or something.


She's an 18 year old kid that had just aged out of the foster system when she did that. What the hell leads you to believe she was financially secure?
2013-02-26 09:30:37 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: Yup. There are a whole lot of men who really enjoy watching porn and don't see anything hypocritical about looking down on the people who create the product they enjoy so much and implying they're subhuman trash who don't have feelings


Yeah, the hypocrisy is what really gets me...most of the male judges are probably old enough to be her grandfather yet they're lusting after barely nubile nymphets, while the females hate her for doing what they have never allowed themselves to do - but probably wanted to. It's just sad, IMO.
2013-02-26 09:25:04 PM
1 votes:

neongoats: I feel bad for her, sounds like she was doing what she had to do at the time, rough childhood from the foster system.

But she seemed like a dead fish in the video, guy is railing the shiat out her and she is dead silent and motionless, nearly.


It's almost like she didn't really want to be having sex with a stranger for money.

I could usually care less about pageant contestants, but this Puritan bullshiat is just pissing on someone's parade.
2013-02-26 09:21:06 PM
1 votes:

TotallyHeadless: I really don't think being used and abused by a bunch of opportunistic porn producers is something we want our young women to aspire to.


I don't think being used and abused and exploited makes the young woman in question a bad person. I think it says a lot more about how terrible that industry can be to young women than it does about this particular young woman's character.

I think it would have actually been really amazing and empowering to have someone in a role model position who'd been through a humiliating sexual experience, didn't let it define her and moved on with her life.
2013-02-26 09:17:46 PM
1 votes:

Genevieve Marie: Ugh. This sucks and I really, really wish organizations would stop sending the message that if a young woman is discovered being sexual on film she automatically becomes a terrible role model.

The slut shaming by these organizations is really repulsive.


I really don't think being used and abused by a bunch of opportunistic porn producers is something we want our young women to aspire to.

/$500 dollars and spunk on the face is not what I call "empowering"
2013-02-26 09:12:37 PM
1 votes:
attention whore + whore
2013-02-26 09:02:01 PM
1 votes:

Lincey: I like that the URL ends with "fap=yes"


Well spotted.
2013-02-26 08:56:42 PM
1 votes:
They took the video down and I can't seem to find a search that turns up porn. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE INTERNET!??!?!?
2013-02-26 08:51:04 PM
1 votes:
People should never feel ashamed about having sex on video (unless it's illegal sex, of course). It's a fun activity that most adults enjoy. It's not something we should be ashamed of. Maybe one day our society will be enlightened enough not to vilify people because they chose to be in a porno.
2013-02-26 07:56:20 PM
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Smgth: ManateeGag: Lava Lamp Repairman: You gotta love the bullshiat sanctimony of beauty pageants - she has to resign from a position as "elected sexual object" because she participated in an porn movie...

i think its supposed to be about a wholesome image of a young woman. it's hard to portray wholesome with a cock in your mouth.

I'd agree with that, but only to a degree, because beauty pageants (across the board) are about the specialization of the female form. Teens are supposed to be more chaste then their 'grown up' counter parts, but it's just a convenient lie. They're STILL set up as sexual objects. But by PROVING that by doing porn, it shows the whole thing as the farce it is.



This. It's about the illusion (delusion?) of "wholesomeness". You'll never see someone with acne scars, asymmetrical features and weighing 17 stone winning a beauty pageant.
2013-02-26 07:39:33 PM
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Lava Lamp Repairman: You gotta love the bullshiat sanctimony of beauty pageants - she has to resign from a position as "elected sexual object" because she participated in an porn movie...


i think its supposed to be about a wholesome image of a young woman. it's hard to portray wholesome with a cock in your mouth.
2013-02-26 06:37:45 PM
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Good thing she quit porn, she's not very good at it...
 
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