29. "There's value in the article. It doesn't have to be a referendum on pro..." In response to In response to 0
it's a high school profile of one of their students. You know every one in the school already knew she was working in the adult industry to the point where they're probably sharing vids and pics, and everyone had their little opinions. So the student journalist who decided to interview her gave her a voice and humanized her. Like, yo this is who you're talking about, and here's the facts from her point of view.
It didn't seem like a 'puff piece' that encouraged pornography to me. She still has to work part time as a dish washer, and she got ripped off and other grimey shit. She was just talking about her life and her experience. I'm pretty fine with that.
I'm not 'pro pron' but i also don't think there's any sense in making this girl hide who she is, or saying that there's nothing to learn from another person's pretty unique experience.
Also for the 'what about the kids' crowd, if your daughter would do pron based off this article, you already fucked up real bad as a parent.