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ABC's Porn Pinup for Teenage Girls

HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 12:42 PM
What research supports your points? I don't deny there are dangerous areas of the porn business, but you could say that about any industry from coal mining to working at a liquor store. The only difference is that porn involves sex and that makes some people uncomfortable. Why is that a logical basis for making a moral judgment about it?
Ken2168 Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:58 PM
Linda Lovelace was the star of a very famous/infamous movie called "Deep Throat," long considered a classic.

She stated that her boyfriend forced her to act in the movie via beating her, locking her up, and starving her, and laid it on the line--anybody who watched that movie, watched her get raped.
Ann Anon Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 1:42 PM
There was a woman in a famous porn movie and I think her name was Linda Lovelace. She wrote a terrible autobio on her experience in the porn industry and other women like her. She says she had to wear leg make up due to the beatings she received (they were careful not to mark her face or her breasts). I think women who tease in the fashion that playboy girls do are fools but others are terribly abused according to their own stories.
Sometimes it's hard to measure the distance between the supposedly established, respectable press and the seediest corners of hardcore pornography. On March 1, ABC's "Nightline" celebrated a porn star named "James Deen" (real name: Bryan Sevilla). The apparent "news" hook is his role in a forthcoming movie with the ever-more pathetic Lindsay Lohan.

ABC reporter Cecilia Vega sold Deen as a 27-year-old hazard to teenaged girls. They're boasting that he's found a new frontier of porn consumers, "some of them so young we couldn't even interview them on camera. Their parents had no idea that secretly they have a crush on a...