“I didn’t expect to be treated like a piece of meat.”
So says ex-camgirl Jenny Blighe complaining about her first experience shooting a commercial porn video, asserting that there should be a #MeToo movement for women in the porn business.
Excuse me, but maybe if you don’t want “to be treated like a piece of meat,” you should avoid that line of work?
Because really, isn’t that what it’s all about? Like, it’s not as if there should be any kind of illusion here. You sign a contract to be degraded on video in return for a specified sum of money, and everything that happens to you after you sign that contract is part of the bargain. If you wish to be treated with respect, you should stay away from the, uh, “adult entertainment industry” as it is euphemistically called.Maybe she should try commercial fishing. Then she could treat the fish like meat.
Also, what kind of woman becomes a “camgirl”? Not the good kind. And what kind of man produces porn videos? Not the good kind.
Bad men abusing bad women — throw ’em all in prison, as far as I’m concerned, but don’t act like they are entitled to my sympathy.
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