A Fucking Good Time 4

From the Inferno.

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Ostensibly, she’s a horny, hyper-enhanced, insatiable fuckpig, ready to give hummers to all cummers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year, 3 holes per session…

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…until the director yells “cut”, upon which she reverts to a hollow, empty, used-up shell of a woman, living only for the next shoot, the next snort, the next memory-altering high to blot out the lows of her child fuck-toy past.

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Such is the sorry existence of the spread-legged starlet known as the porno “actress”. Just ask any social conservative or Dworkinite diva. If they say it, it must be true. Right?

Oh, wait

Female porn stars are psychologically as healthy or healthier than other women, according to a new study, which challenges widely held views about women in the adult entertainment business.

Adult entertainers were found to have higher self-esteem, a better quality of life and body image, and to be more positive, with greater levels of spirituality. They also had higher levels of sexual satisfaction and, perhaps unsurprisingly, many more partners than other women.

The American researchers, who report their findings in the Journal of Sex Research, said they found no evidence to support the “damaged goods hypothesis” that actresses involved in the porn industry come from desperate backgrounds and are less psychologically healthy compared with typical women.

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The psychologists compared data taken from 177 adult entertainment actresses with a sample of women matched for age, marital status and other factors. The actresses, all of whom had been paid to work on at least one X-rated movie, ranged in age from 18 to 50, with an average career in the industry of 3.5 years. More than one-third were either married or in a serious relationship, and 44 per cent were single.

One of the main claims by commentators on the industry has been that actresses have frequently experienced sexual abuse in childhood, but the results show no statistically significant difference between the two groups of women.

The study also shows that the actresses sleep better and have more energy. Almost 70 per cent gave enjoyment of sex full marks, compared with 33 per cent of the other women; and they had first had sex at a lower age: 15 rather than 17. On the negative side, industry workers had a history of more drug and alcohol use, and problems possibly linked to sensation-seeking personalities. The study was undertaken by researchers at Shippensburg University, Texas Woman’s University and the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation.

Cynthia Graham, senior lecturer in health psychology at Southampton University, said: “This study really challenges views about women who engage in sex work and the porn industry. Although the study had limitations, it is one of very few that has included matched controls.”

Roger Dobson, The Independent

Now, of course, this is but one study of a small segment of porno industry women, and the prevalence of powder-noses is noted, in line with the stereotype. Nevertheless, if this sample is indeed representative of the wider world of Planet Porn, it presents something of a challenge to conservo and feminist narratives that preach pain and degradation.

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Frankly, I think you’d have to be an exceptionally bitter, internally contorted human being to not want the study findings to be characteristic of the wider industry. Why wouldn’t feminists, gynocentrists, and wimmins rights groups want porn, prostitution, stripping, and other aspects of the skin trade to be dominated by happy, fulfilled, intelligent sisters in control of their own sexualities?

Actually, I can think of an overriding reason—their urge to dominate the discourse.

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Like many who lust for control, the aforementioned special interests need a blubbering mess of broken, bruised, abused victims for validation. Hence you get femiternalists taking worst case scenarios, like sex trafficking and child prostitution, and framing them as the throbbing heart of the gash-for-cash trade.

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The universalization (and valorisation) of the victim serves as the perfect Trojan Horse to wheel in gynoconservative measures against both men and women who don’t stick to the script; thus follow the shutdowns of strip clubs, proposals for mandatory filth filters (“for the sake of the children”, of course), anti-Page 3 petitions, and the attempts to stigmatise and criminalise shaking out a hand shandy to neotenous sex starlets.

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In effect at least, such neo-Puritan measures amount to a sanctified, and often legislated, cockblock.

Which brings me onto another wonderful end result all these assorted interests seem to be aiming for.  Whilst the more straightforwardly conservative elements want to protect the purity ‘n’ piety of the pussy, the femorrhoids want to eliminate all threats not just to their worldview, but to their visibility and desirability. Propagating “exploitation” narratives, and dismissing the experience of many a woman to the contrary by branding them “gender traitors” or “damaged goods”, these hectors and harridans seek to posit themselves as the epitomes of health and attractiveness.

Either that, or they’re just killjoys for the sake of it, deriving a certain satisfaction from enforcing an equality of misery. I think H. L. Mencken put it best when he pegged Puritanism as “the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy”.

As well as sexual protectionism, there’s also a sizeable dollop of what I call sexual exceptionalism (or sexceptionalism) in anti-sex industry rhetoric; by that I mean the notion that when it comes to employment, economics, and/or ejaculation, being a sex worker of any kind constitutes a special and unique type of “exploitation” that warrants  extra-special attention. As well as the expected family values and feminist variants, I’ve  encountered commies bitching about some “lumpenproletariat slut” or other slurping scrotes for notes. In their eyes, Sharon selling her slit is “an insult to the working class who actually have to go out there and struggle for nothing”: a middle finger raised with each cock.

In my eyes, such commie conniptions amount to an economic form of Puritanism: clear and present ressentiment against someone who makes more in a day with her starfish than they do in a week with Starbucks. As a former retail runt, I have some sympathy for those pissed-off about having little control over their time and income, if not the desire to exalt that state to a sacred virtue.

By contrast, disrobing for dinero doesn’t sound like such an awful gig. If you’re in the porn industry, you can get rich and famous doing something you love; if you’re a prozzy, you can set your own hours and rates (if you’re smart enough to forego a pimp); and if you’re a stripper, “look but don’t touch” must surely be a more inspiring ethos to work under than “the customer is always right”. Were I in possession of two comely x-chromosomes, I wouldn’t turn my nose up at any of that (though my arse might be a different story).

Gendercrats, so-cons, and class warriors can spit all they want, but I can’t see happy, self-fulfilled harlots willing to swallow…

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…except on camera, for a pre-negotiated fee, of course…

~MRDA~

4 comments

  1. So true. Several years ago, in Berkley, CA, there was a measure on the local ballot, require police to make prostitution the lowest priority… of course it failed, Berkley is full of leftists!
    (Signed: another beat up old cop who thinks it should be legal for adults – NOT Mormon Pedofiles – to do what they want)

  2. I can’t help but view this as a highly selective study, perhaps even smacking of propagandist. I just don’t buy it. Not that you won’t find happy, well adjusted women slapping their hams on camera for the world and their families to enjoy, but that such is the true meat behind the metaphorical beefcurtains of pornography and that the seedy underbelly is largely a myth propagated by feminists and uptight conservative bible beaters. First of all, there’s a huge concerted movement among feminism to protect, and even promote, pornography, as such is viewed to be a means for freeing women from the sexist restraints of an evil patriarchy, or at least that to speak against it might run counter to a selectively positive message. Prejudice has me view the above study as coming from this angle rather than an unbiased one, but also common sense. For instance, I’m sure that random chick who got a tattoo on her butthole will eventually fall into pornography from some angle (assuming that she hasn’t already… which, I don’t) and she’ll probably view this as a very positive move in her life, feel economically validated and socially fulfilled, meeting lots of naked lady friends who support all of her dubious life choices while bolstering her courage and self esteem through a message that there’s absolutely nothing wrong or shady about taking money to have sex with strangers on camera, and a study might even take account of her story and claim her to be a strong, independent and well adjusted spiritually uplifted human being, but that would be the biggest load of horse shit since The Amish National Convention in Tennessee. Now, I’ve watched porn… for research purposes, and I never saw anyone snorting cocaine. I also watched the first Twilight movie and didn’t see any overtly retarded people in the audience, but who the hell else could ever hope to enjoy such a sparkly pile of steaming cunt vomit. I don’t believe that all of them were retarded, just 70-80 percent, and all but a few of the rest had something else seriously wrong with their brains. Fact: 9 out of 10 of those preteen girls who listen to Justin Bieber music find it to be totally awesome. Fact: 10 out of 10 people who like Justin Bieber’s “music” don’t know what the fuck they’re talking about. Now, try and argue with that fact and so help me Christ I’ll track you down and do humanity a favor. But before the vein in my forehead bursts for thinking about Twilight and Justin Bieber, I’d just like to say that my personal view of the real problems faced by women in pornography probably don’t occur while their still making porn, but afterward. When they’re all dried up and their titties look like countless leathery wrinkles fucking each other on a pair of runny yolked fried eggs. When their vaginas spew out old cum dust into their adult underpants, and their sphincters mimic this with whatever might happen to be passing in and out of their bodies uncontrollably because the muscles meant to regulate this function were long ago traumatized beyond a point of repair. After that. That’s when they might find themselves truly fucked and alone in this world with nobody to give a shit about them, because they’re no longer sexy or relevant to the positive message. And that really pisses me off, to be frank.

      • And I hate that doctors are always trying to put their fingers in my asshole, while turn about is considered weirdly innapropriate. And I hate that so many doctors have those stubby sausage fingers that really hurt when they jam them up my asshole. And I hate that I wasn’t smart or dedicated enough to become a doctor. And all those stupid Sprite commercials.

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