As much as you might hope some ill-considered clip gets buried or lost in the ether, if it's out there someone will find it. Fitness model-turned-performer Kelli Provocateur went through a similar experience of being outed when someone posted her first video on a popular media outlet. Within two days, the video had been viewed over 2 million times. So much so that they become bitter toward it. Thanks to the web, content can make its way out into the world with one simple click. A happy ending to a porn story may not be something everyone has the good fortune to experience, but to blame that on the industry alone seems like a shallow answer to more complicated question. Please sign in with Facebook or Google below:.
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There is life after porn: Bree Olson doesn't have to be a cautionary tale
Pornography is never going away. Olson makes two big claims during her interview. They had to fight their asses off to even make it legal. If someone wants to find you, they probably will. To say that all kids are off limits would be a bit of a stretch. These days, there are more performers than studios that can employ them. Please sign in with Facebook or Google below:.