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HJ Fountain
• 11.30.15 12:12 pm

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Porn superstar, Stoya, known for being a man’s kinda whore is mad at a fellow public fornicator, James Deen. So mad, she worked up the courage to call Deen (her former boyfriend) a rapist. Yes, she took to Twitter to declare: “James Deen held me down and fucked me while I said no, stop, and used my safeword. I just can’t nod and smile when people bring him up anymore.” She was not so mad as to actually file a police report, but facts be damned—maybe Stoya was indeed raped. Deen’s reputation is a bit sketchy.

Regardless of whether or not Deen is truly rapey, he is popular. I can’t pick out one dick from another in porn, but apparently chicks actually dig him and think he’s cute. He’s even appeared in a mainstream movie, a flop, but nonetheless, right there alongside Lindsay Lohan.

First, I can’t understand why the Hardcore Porn Industry attracts people with such low moral character (?). One would think that on-camera sex for money between (or among) strangers would engender a fine working environment and even promote healthy off-camera relationships.

Whenever the porn people lash out at anything that is a given blowback in their industry, my normal reaction is to yawn and conclude, “Told you so.” Whether it’s STDs or rape or their somewhat marginalization from mainstream culture—everyone distances themselves from porn. No one takes the side of this particular industry, even though everyone via their clicks on the internet is porn’s main support system.

The fact that we all contribute to porn and the absolute hardening of it is tough for people to admit. What was gross ten years ago is now mainstream. 20 years ago, the only chicks doing double anal were worn out old whores who had to, just to pay the electric bill. Now, if you’re not a disgustingly nasty slut by age 21, you’re a prude and have no place in the industry. I understand that we are becoming increasingly libertine, but 2 in the ass sounds excessive to me.

Anyways, should we doubt Stoya? Probably not. James Deen probably did rape her, but who the hell knows what rape among pornstars looks like? It’s a bit like asking footballers to identify hits that were too hard. It shouldn’t be confusing, but it is. “No means No,” works for most dudes, but when you work in the world’s sleaziest industry, I’m not sure. The rules keep changing. Those chicks don’t deserve it, but they place themselves in danger. It’s part of the gig.

All I know is that porn, and all its enablers look less like feminists, and more like horny old dudes exploiting chicks. If you think these women are “owning” their sexuality, you’re delusional. They’re being rectally torn apart. It’s not empowering in any way.

-H.J. FOUNTAIN


Comments
  1. George Z says:

    Fight the New Drug, check it out, it talks a lot about this stuff.

  2. Do you like Huey Lewis & the News, Paul says:

    I want a new drug!

  3. Rapey Huey Lewis & the Nudes says:

    One that makes me feel when I rape you . . .

  4. TV's Murphy Brown says:

    Why is a woman allowed not to file a rape report just because she’s “afraid?” It’s not as if you’re turning state’s against the Yakuza or Propaganda Due or the Illuminati — it’s called “alerting the authorities to crime.” If a rape victim is willing to take her accusation to the @$%# media but not the cops, does her dereliction of Citizenship 101 weigh against providing continued 911 service to her phone

  5. dm says:

    No comment at all on the PP shooting, eh? C’mon, you surely have some kind of counterintuitive andprovocative angle on it. I’ll give you a few freebies — you can say that PP deserve it, since after all they are involved in an enterprise that murders unborn children, an act morally equivalent to murdering full grown adults, or you can say that PP should loose taxpayer funding if they fail to have their workers armed and trained how to shoot at all times. What say you?

  6. Taco meat chest hair says:

    My safe word is “Planned Parenthood”.

  7. Ghetto Defendant says:

    @dm, he’s too busy listening to the new Body Count single, “Pro Life Cop Killa”

  8. frank says:

    I heard porn stars don’t make very much money for a scene and the scenes really end up serving as ads for by-the-night prostitution. That’s where they make bank. Like it’s $500 (dunno) for a scene, but more like $4K to pretend you’re amazed and orgasmic with some old fat guy in Vegas all night.

  9. OogaBooga says:

    “He fucked me hundreds or thousands of times i every orifice and then one time I maintain that it went on longer than I wanted to, thus, I am in the same category as a woman who is dragged off the street at gunpoint and raped in an alley.”
    –Her

    “Bull fucking shit.”
    -Me

  10. Ghetto Defendant says:

    @frank, nah, scenes are an ad to get themselves booked at fee paying gigs, like at clubs, conventions, or event appearances. Sleeping with randoms for money is kinda of a no-no, because of the danger of being bounced from the industry, and losing future earnings, if you contract an STD. Porn stars are kind of insular, like a lot of non major league, team sport, athletes, they date and fuck within their occupational circle most of the time.

  11. Ghetto Defendant says:

    @frank, regular models or aspiring actresses on the come up though, those girls get pimped out as “escorts” or “companions” for a night to an important, connected, rich slobs, by their own casting agencies and handlers, all the time.

  12. HJ=RapeApologistScumFuck says:

    “Told you so”. That’s funny. You fuck.

  13. dm says:

    @ghettodefendant, while you may well be correct with respect to vivid/playboy level pornstars, you’re way off as it concerns well-known, mainstream internet pornstars (think brazzers, bangbros, etc). 90%+ of those girls, espeicially the biggest names, hook on the side, in the range of 1500-2500 an hour. this is pretty easily verifiable on the internet. search ‘pamela peaks’ if you don’t believe me,

  14. Ghetto Defendant says:

    @dm, you’re probably right, with the amount of internet porn and diminishing profits, it makes sense, and that industry has no business fighting Measure B then, in exchange for continuing to operate. I’m just going on what I heard years ago about that kind of thing.

  15. Alec Leamas says:

    “Why is a woman allowed not to file a rape report just because she’s ‘afraid?'”
    _____________________

    As I understand it and as I am told, it’s a woman’s prerogative to change her mind. It’s also a horrible moral offense to not believe a woman ever. (some may consider these two things inherently contradictory). To expose a woman’s accusation of rape to the same sort of scrutiny that one holds any other serious crime is irredeemable misogyny. Additionally, one must suspend all lived experience about how human beings actually have and have had intercourse when assessing a rape accusation. It is as common an occurrence for a woman to drink with a man, make out with him, grope and be groped by him in public, and accept his invitation for a “nightcap” in his bedroom with no desire or wish to have intercourse with him as it is for a hardened criminal to jump from behind bushes, physically attack a nun, rip her habit, and forcibly penetrate her. After one glass of Chardonnay, a woman cannot consent to sexual touch no matter how wanton and unambiguously sexually aggressive she acts. Finally, and without in any way diminishing the foregoing as operative principles, women are equal.

  16. Alec Leamas says:

    Ghetto Defendant says:
    11.30.15 at 10:53 pm
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    My best guess is that the golden age of porn profitability was the VHS into DVD era before the technology for reliable internet video streaming and movie files intersected with widely available high speed internet, high quality and affordable digital video cameras, and peer to peer file sharing. It seemed like there was a discrete pool of “porn stars” and a cartel of producers and distributors of pornography, which would make simply starring in movies somewhat lucrative. They could then supplement their film income with personal appearances, nude dancing, and other ancillary products. Now, the cartel has to compete with and be undercut by free amateur material, low production cost fake amateur material, and at the same time their product is pirated and shared freely via the internet. That, together with a ready pool of younger new “talent” naive about the long term financial prospects of a porn career means you probably don’t have to pay the girls very much per scene. Having known some strippers in the past, it doesn’t seem like a great leap from whacking guys off in their pants to blow jobs and bangs for cash – I’d imagine it’s an even easier leap from having sex with strangers on camera for money to having sex with strangers for money.

  17. Sniffy says:

    My safe word is vaginosis. Not very sniffy.

  18. raymi says:

    ya had me at a man’s kinda whore

  19. The Central Bus says:

    Yep, vaginosis works for me too. That or Hillary.

  20. dingbat says:

    Whomever refers to NFL players as “footballers” might deserve a rape. Soccer players don’t get “hit,” so don’t try to back out of it.

  21. TWalsh2 says:

    I wonder if Stoya has figured out that “harder” isn’t a very good safe word.

  22. Ryan needs a foreskin says:

    @ Alec and Ghetto Defendant: my understanding is that most of the tube sites actually pay Brazzers or whoever for the clips they have up (of course plenty of people put up their own stuff and put up unauthorized clips too).

    I’ve just had a quick look and Chloe Amour is available as an escort for $1500 an hour. I wonder if my wife would mind?


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