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Thursday, January 18, 2018

DANGERS OF PORN: Many porn stars viewed online are actually dead and buried…their ‘work’ killed them

DANGERS OF PORN: Many porn stars viewed online are actually dead and buried…their ‘work’ killed them 
Jonathon van Maren 
 
Earlier this year, 20-year-old porn actress Olivia North was found dead in Las Vegas, a girl who professed to be “lonely” and still grieving the loss of her boyfriend, who had died of a drug overdose.
In December, fellow porn actress Yuritzan Beltran also died from a drug overdose—and later that month, the 23-year-old August Ames hung herself after being viciously bullied online by social justice warriors who were livid that Ames had declined to shoot porn scenes with a male performer who also did gay porn in order to avoid the risk of STDs. Those reasons weren’t good enough for the progressives, who shrugged off her suicide as if she deserved it—and after all, what’s one more dead porn star?


There are many reasons not to look at pornography, and I’ve written many columns in this space detailing those reasons: The mainstreaming of rape culture, the creation of addictions, the destruction of marriages and families, and even the warp-speed spread of erectile dysfunction.
But there is another reason not to look at pornography: Simple compassion for the women and girls who get chewed up by the industry and then abandoned.
Even Miriam Weeks—also known Belle Knox, the “Duke University Porn Star”—who once described porn as “freeing and empowering and the way the world should be” in an interview with CNN, later admitted in interviews that the porn industry had ruined her life.
It’s not surprising that the intense violence of the porn industry is ruining the women and girls who end up selling themselves to it.
“Once [the performers] are in the industry, they have high rates of substance abuse, typically alcohol and cocaine, depression, borderline personality disorder,” noted researcher Dr. Mary Anne Layden, an expert on the porn industry.
“The experience I find most common among performers is that they have to be drunk, high, or disassociated to go to work. Their work environment is particularly toxic…The terrible work life of the pornography performer is often followed by an equally terrible home life. They have an increased risk of sexually transmitted disease (including HIV), domestic violence, and have about a 25% chance of making a marriage that lasts as long as three years.”
Such things are an open secret inside the porn industry. One male porn performer who starred in 600 films with over 3,000 women noted that everyone in the porn world has herpes, both males and females. Dr. Sharon Mitchell’s estimate was slightly lower—she put the number at 66%, not including another 12-28% with other STDs and 7% with HIV.
To cope with this lifestyle, porn performers turn to substance abuse. Erin Moore, a porn performer, was blunt: “The drugs we binged on were ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana, Xanax, Valium, Vicodin, and alcohol.”
I asked my friend Jessica Neely, a former porn performer who is recovering from her time in the industry, if suicide was common in the porn industry. “Well, 100% of [industry] survivors I know have attempted [suicide], so I don’t know,” she told me. “I know of three alive from my era now.” When I asked her about the rates of substance abuse, her response was equally gloomy: “100%.”
Jessica has lost a lot of friends.
“At the end, with the HIV cover-ups, I just saw we were going to die one way or another,” she said. “HIV cover-ups were to truly take away the option of choice. It was murder. We were murdering our own.”
Consider this for a moment: Many of the actresses that porn users are watching are dead.
They are arousing themselves to the sight of women and girls who have ended up in coffins because the industry that exploits them for the pleasure of porn users drove them to drugs, to drink, and to death. There is something truly evil and truly vile about millions of men spending millions of hours in a state of sexual excitement over doomed performers who will destroy their lives in the few years they spend in the porn industry. Carnality leading to carnage.
If you look at porn, know that you are contributing to the exploitation and victimization of the girls you are using to "get off."
Know that when the director yells “cut” and you’re done watching the video, the miserable people going through the motions for your entertainment will probably be abusing drugs and alcohol to cope with their experience.
And know that at the end of the day, your habit is contributing to the suicides of young girls who cannot handle the strain of being a sex object for your pleasure each and every day.
Is this something that anyone wants to be a part of in any way? It's time to end porn. This will only happen if demand dries up. It's time to stop the demand. Break the habit.

8 comments:

  1. That is the most compelling argument for kicking the porn habit I have ever heard.

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  2. Brutally frank. This needs to stop to save souls.

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  3. Well said and there is even more that could be said. It isn`t easy to deal with but more and more need to be educated against Porn but not against Human Sexuality, Complex but try for the sake of all..

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  4. 1. I'm sure that drug and alcohol use are just as prevelant in mainstream acting and the music industry as well. 2. Women also enjoy pornography going back to the days of Deep Throat, so if a man is exploiting the women by watching porno, then are the men not exploited when women watch adult films? What about gay porn? 3. The porn industry certainly isn't for everyone. There are a lot of sad stories, yes, but that goes for any industry in the spotlight. Some female porn actresses hang around for a film or two, while others for decades, without any bruises to their egos. 4. If you don't know the risks that come with the job, especially in 2018, after the AIDS epidemic, and the stigma of porn in general, then perhaps it is not for you. I'm surprised that mainstream porn is still being produced considering the endless sea of amateur porn of every niche available for free online.

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  6. I would be a lot more sympathetic to their plight, it they were being forced into porn, or had no other options. Most of these girls come to porn with a plan, to work 2 or 3 years get rich, get out. Highly unlikely, the ones that manage to get rich (a few actually do) it takes them a decade or more. Most of these girls think ("I'm gonna fuck anyway might as well get paid for it"). Sucking a dick, lying on your back while some stranger fucks you is easy, getting up every morning, going to a job for 40+years is hard. I can sympathize whole heartedly with victims of abuse, and the mentally ill. But most of these girls, just think they're too cute, or have to nice an ass to be in some regular old boring job. The rest are just lazy.

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