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The truth is that the porn industry is ridiculously under-regulated.
No other industry gets away with as little regulation as the porn industry does, and it's time for that to change.
I had one john that always talked about how much he wanted to "pleasure" me and "make me feel good." His idea of "pleasuring" me was slobbering all over me like a dog and shoving his fingers roughly into me. So you may have read some of my articles about working in the porn industry, or in stripping or prostitution, and have decided that none of these "careers" are for you. You make your own hours, set your own rules, and you never have leave the house! That's what I and many other women assumed when entering the webcam business, and because of these same false assumptions, lots of other women in porn have recently switched over to camming, thinking that it will be easier and safer for them.
"But," you say, "what about being a 'camgirl' and doing webcam work? Webcam was my main source of income for the last 2-3 years of my time in the sex industry.
We both worked at strip clubs and regularly engaged in paid sex with men outside of the clubs.
Out of all of the "work" that I did in the sex industry, prostitution was by far the worst. The men were demanding and annoying, and even the "nice" ones were awful.
You can read my story, my position statement, and my other writing about the harms of the sex trade and sexual violence below.
You can also check out my Personal FAQ for some quick answers to some basic questions about me, my life and my time in the sex industry.
Let's just say that's not exactly how things worked out. I've wanted to address something for quite awhile. There is no other business that promotes racism as overtly and openly as the "adult" film business.Sure, there are a few performers that do get "empowered" in some ways, but that is about 1-5% of them. The truth is, most women have nothing to show for it when the business discards them after a few years. I used to believe these myths too, until I actually got into porn!These myths concern money, fame, attention, control, sexual liberation, and the supposed glamorous lifestyle of porn, all of which I thought I would obtain in abundance with my work in the sex industry.I thought I was a new, "empowered" form of woman, a woman that used men just like they used me. But yet I managed to lie to myself (and everyone around me) for years, about how my promiscuity wasn't affecting me. I'm often skeptical when a law is proposed that will impose more regulations on businesses, and this was my mindset when I was working in the porn industry in 2012 and I first heard about the new "condoms in porn" measure for Los Angeles County.I thought I was "just like a guy." "I can hook up and it's no big deal! Measure B is an ordinance that was proposed to "require producers of adult films to obtain a public health permit from the County; follow all health and safety laws, including condom use; and pay a permit fee sufficient to cover all enforcement costs."*When I look back, I realize that my real concern was that Measure B would slow down porn production, and therefore make it harder for me to "get work." Well that was over a year ago, and Measure B passed in November of 2012.