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- Lets talk Porn
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- So what are you and what do you want to do?
- The Variables
- A normal person example
- We are VD free Hooray
- The Nitty gritty
- Do good looks matter on a porn set?
- Developing Your own Style
- Majority rules
- Be Flamboyant
- Be Bold
- Stories for Boys
- Stories for Gals
- Is there really a porn Industry?
- I know who I am, so what’s next?
- Onset Lady Wisdom
- Don’t like the Drugs but the Drugs like me
- Artificial Enhancements
- Ok men start your engines!
- A Safe Environment
- What are the rates?
- Make up
- Top tips from below the waste
- Avenues for beginners
- and much much more
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Porn information from Stigler
I personally had a dinner party with some new friends recently and they themselves mentioned in the course of conversation that they were "Bi". It was obviously a big thing for them to say that, not knowing of my background in the porn industry.
What they were really saying is we will have sex with you and your partner. Nice!
I respected them for this because they've obviously talked about it and come (pardon the expression) to this conclusion between themselves.
However In my own personal experience fucking some one else's wife while he fucks yours doesn't really work out the next week.
What usually happens is he gets very cheesed off because you screwed his wife and she gets pissed because you screwed another girl and liked it.
THIS IS WHERE BEING A PORN STAR comes in.!!!
You see - if you're a Porn Star you do it professionally and that's an excellent professional move.
Let's get one thing straight, I still have the upmost respect for porn people today because of one thing, they know whom they are! They blatantly state that they are a Porn Star, so realistically you know what you're going to get.
You'd be well surprised at the reaction that I get when I tell people, even to this day. So what do you do for a crust? "I'm a Porn Star"
Most people are cool with it, especially when a Porn Star is a Female. Guys love it too.
Sure if you hang around really straight boring people, telling them that you're a porn star won’t go a long way to making them like you, however most people find it interesting and it's generally well received.
We are VD free Hooray
May I also add that because most porn players are always performing, they need to take regular checks for sexually transmitted diseases, which makes them also very safe to fuck. Whereas fucking the neighbor and his wife next door can lead to getting VD (not much fun for anyone). This is a bonus of being a PS.
Of course online there is a lot of different types of porn - Amateur, Voyeur, Public sex but most of these don’t have any sexual check ups, where as the professional Porn player is clean and generally well equipped.
However your health, appearance and safety are very important when it comes to being a PS, well talk about this later on in detail.
Ok so you came (ahhh very good) to the conclusion that you want to be a PS and you know what and where you want to engage in sexual activities.
Great let's look at some of the qualities of a PS.
Most PS's have a very strong desire full stop.
This is really very good thing especially on grueling all dayer sets. If you are a nymphomaniac then even better.
But you really must be strongly sexual to start with otherwise I'd go the accountancy route. Let's face it there's nothing wrong with wanting to route accountants (ha ha).
A strong sex drive is definitely called for and you should already possess this quality since you have gone and got this eBook.
Do good looks matter?
Yes and No
Lets get one thing straight there are no rules.
You might be really ugly but be the best fuck on the planet.
If you are hot looking a have a great ass then all the more better.
Personally I find it more arousing if the Lady I’m doing is really into it and genuine, I find that the most attractive and in turn it arouses me, also if she's goddam hot then all the more better, but everyone is different.
Some are more promiscuous than others and so on.
Sure there are no rules but if you are not the greatest looking specimen there is then there is still hope for you. This is where porn triumphs over modelling.
You see if you are ugly then you probably will not end up in the top adult magazines, but the Porn industry may embrace you for who you are.
If you have a certain style that people remember, that is a very good thing. It’s like having your your own trademark.
Sure there have been some big players who were hugely successful for doing a certain thing or looking a certain way. That is way cool because people remember them for their unique talent, so do your own thing if you can.
Most Women like hot men with great bodies, most Men like hot women with great bodies. It's a simple scenario. So try and stay well maintained. Work out and be as presentable as possible, for when it comes to audition time its all about who is the most presentable, professional and horny.
Just put yourself in the hands of the Producer or the Director they want the hottest experience they can film, so they’re going to pick what's hottest, for both Male and Female.
However just like advertising agencies - The Porn industry is also after many different things when it comes to employing staff.
Not everyone needs to be drop dead gorgeous, some actors are just plain ugly but they have got something unique, something different.
No I’m not talking about guys with 2 penis' or women with 3 breasts, but what I’m saying is that if you don’t have the looks then cultivate that other thing that may get you hired. Try super fellatio giving or deep throat or something else.
The viewer can sense and pick up on what’s really turning on the players so always be genuine with what or whom you’re doing.
Lets face it, most of what you're going to do will be before a camera, so there is no use being shy, frigid or timid. If you are I suggest getting out right now!
That's cool however, it just means you're going to be doing another career, but not in the porn industry.
It’s quite ok if you’re the quite type as long as you can translate your horniness on screen then that’s fine.
Also the director will be telling you what to do, what the scenario is so just listen to the director for everything.
Like any star today, they get to where they are by being bold, being outrageous, being consistent and by being original.
People love identifying with other people who have similar traits or are outrageous or unique or different. Try and cultivate this within you, it will only better your chances of PS success. Be someone to remember, oh yeah the girl with the red hair or the guy with no hair. Be different and stand out!
Lets look at the actual industry itself.
Is there really a porn Industry?
Or is that a term that is used by all of the sex crazed people involved??
You bet there is!
The porn industry is much like the music industry or the film industry.
For one, you can’t go into a bank and get a loan based on your profession. However the same can also be said for the music industry and the movie industry. We've all heard the story about the drummer who needs a house loan only to be shown the back door (nice ass). The same applies here, however the industry has been around for years and years and there certainly is a structure to it.
There are many Countries involved in the biz also. USA, Germany, Japan, just to name a few.
There are also definite states that are more involved in producing porn, so do your homework!
Do some online web searching and try and find out the most popular states that produce porn in your area and contact them.
I know who I am - so what’s next?
Ok I know who I am, what I want and so how do I get in?
Okay that’s a good question, which I will answer in full.
An amateur with no experience usually cannot start at the top; one has to do some groundwork to get there.
There are a few expert places are at the top of the food chain so it’s no use in going to them with no experience. In most cases you’ll be shown the exit. However it is not unheard of to go straight for the jugular, go straight to the source, but just not recommended at first.
Online modeling forums are a great place to begin as well as online adult talent agencies. Online porn directories are also very popular too.
Generally these places will have you sign up and upload your criteria and shots of you along with your preferences for work. Also these places are also great for uploading a video of your work, so if you’ve no experience then try and do an amateur porn or something that is very horny or sexy!
It obviously depends on the site that you are submitting to.
There are agents as well. These are similar to acting and modeling agencies.
Before signing anything with anyone be cautious at all times and check the fine print.
Describe you self well in your Resume. If you are starting at zero experience then be bold and tell it how it is. Say Something like "I’ve no experience but am super eager"
Now we’ve also heard the ol' story "I sucked a lot of cock to get where I am". Well your in the Porn Industry so enough said!
Important - Be professional.
Whether it’s an audition or a test photo-shoot be a pro from the word go. If you have an audition be there on time, don’t pike out!
I cant believe how common this is with amateur models and future PS's.
I’ve seen it time and time again that when it comes to facing the camera some just don’t show up. Kind of like "it seemed like a good idea at the time" but I could'nt go through with it.
If you are like that then I suggest you read on no more, and call up the accountancy firm in your local area.
Ok for those still with us read on.... so be there on time and give it your all.
Try and get as much experience in front of a camera as possible.
Get used to the "set" atmosphere.
Consider starring in music videos where you can exploit your body a little. Try and cultivate your own personal glamour and attraction.
Be prepared to do some free photo shoots. This is good for it boosts your portfolio and also gets your image out there too. If a producer is interested that is great but be professional in your dealings with him or her from day 1. Repeat business is the type of thing that will get you to your goal. Try and maintain good associations with your staff at all times.
If you do get a part in a porno that is great news, but check the guy out and his business first.
Avoid the obvious sleaze bags that just want to get a good time at your expense. If you are unsure then go with a chaperone.
In most cases usually a contract will exist and you can write a few things in here.
Important! - Go with a chaperone to your set.
I know this is mainly for females but it is quite important and I cannot stress it enough. If the producer insists on a closed set with no chaperone then just say no, or re negotiate.
You want to make sure from day one that you are giving out a professional persona and also not willing to suffer fools gladly. Just be firm - that is a very good thing in this business :)
This is a big one (oh gee thanks!) Check your contract and be very specific when it comes to STD tests and such. Make sure you view all others you are to be with and make sure you have an up to date one yourself.
Just go to your doctor a few weeks before so you’ll be well prepared.
This is a huge issue in the industry! Prolonged sex with several different partners over short or long periods of time is the perfect place for STD's to initiate. So do our homework with the producer and check your contract and be as specific as you can when I comes to working with potential partners who could have STD's.
Lady’s be sure to know your monthly cycles as it is considered unprofessional to show up on set with a period. It doesn’t translate well onscreen.
If you have irregular periods then make sure your doctor can prescribe a pill for your needs.
Don’t like the Drugs but the Drugs like me
Yeah you heard right Drugs!
Drug abuse can be one of the things you will come across in this industry. Ecstacy, Coke, Heroin, Alcohol.
Some people get into the industry for the wrong reasons and then turn to drugs because they feel that they are sex objects and are not treated as humans. Feeling like this they then turn to drugs to ease the pain.
This can be an issue so I recommend getting into it for the right reasons, not out of insecurity.
The insecure will most certainly end up drugged to the hill or suicidal or eventually just end up quitting, so go in with strength.
There’s hard luck stories everywhere so be aware why you're getting into it and be strong when the drugs are presented on the table. Drugs can lead to violence and verbal and sometimes physical abuse, so I strongly recommend staying away from these as much as possible.
Porn and STDs
Adult film performers engage in prolonged and repeated sexual acts with multiple sexual partners over short periods of time, creating ideal conditions for transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). All the more concerning, high-risk sex acts are on the rise. At the same time, condom use is reportedly low in heterosexual adult films—approximately 17% for adult performers. In 2004, only two of the 200 adult film companies required the use of condoms. Performers report that they are required to work without condoms to maintain employment.
These practices lead to high transmission rates of STDs and occasionally HIV among performers. After four performers contracted HIV in 1998, Sharon Mitchell, a former adult film performer, founded Adult Industry Medical, a clinic to counsel and screen performers monthly for HIV.
The current practice of periodic HIV and STD testing may detect some disease early, but often fails to prevent transmission. The most recent HIV outbreak occurred when three performers who had been compliant with monthly screening contracted HIV in April of 2004. At that time, a male performer who had tested HIV negative only three days earlier infected three of 14 female performers.
In statements I have received from females and males working in the pornography industry and those who previously worked in the industry, at least 80% admit to catching an STD while working in the California pornography industry. I personally caught the non-curable disease Genital Herpes in 1994 and was not given any information or help from porn producers or the adult industry. Recently, Jan Meza, a former porn actress who left the pornography industry in October 2007, publicly shared of late that she discovered she has Herpes. She is totally devastated in that she caught a non-curable disease. Belladonna, a well known pornographic performer states: “99% of the porn industry has Herpes.” One male pornographic performer, Rocco, 600 films and 3,000 women later says: “Every professional in the porn-world has herpes, male or female.” Tanya Burleson, formerly known as Jersey Jaxin, caught Chlamydia her first year working. She exclaimed, while speaking with me, “I don’t believe I worked with one person who didn’t at one time have an STD.” Tanya made over 200 movies in her three year career. She also says, “Performers have to pay for their own testing, their medicine and lose at least eight days of work every time they catch a sexually transmitted disease.”
Pornographic performers and adult industry workers also engage in prostitution through escort agencies such as Body Miracle, Dreamgirls, and Porno Star Escorts, where they not only risk sexually transmitted disease but also HIV and hepatitis C infection.
Pornographic performers usually prefer escorting because the pay is much higher and sex acts are not as degrading or physically demanding. They receive approximately $100 an hour for working in pornographic films or $1500 an hour for escorting. Adult industry workers who are also pornographic performers get paid higher than other adult escorts due to their celebrity status and can book 2-3 hour appointments and make approximately $3000 a day. Agents also lie to women in the adult industry and lure them into prostitution. Porn Star Erin Moore says, “some agents lie to the girls and tell them they are shooting a scene when instead they set up prostitution acts for them.”
While I was a pornographic performer in 1993-94 I was flown to different parts of the United States by porn companies where consumers of pornography sometimes paid me thousands of dollars to spend a weekend with them where we engaged in unprotected sex. During one appointment with a man and his wife, we engaged in unprotected sex and I passed the disease to both of them. Pornographic performers and adult industry workers definitely spread sexually transmitted diseases to the general public.
Another secondary negative effect of the adult industry includes exposure to drugs and drug addiction. Porn actress Erin Moore admits, “the drugs we binged on were Ecstasy, Cocaine, Marijuana, Xanax, Valium, Vicodin and alcohol.” Tanya Burleson, formerly known as Jersey Jaxin, says, “Guys are punching you in the face. You get ripped. Your insides can come out of you. It’s never ending. You’re viewed as an object—not as a human with a spirit. People do drugs because they can’t deal with the way they’re being treated.”
One male porn star says on his blog on January 28, 2008:
“Drugs are a major, major problem in my business. Anyone who says otherwise is lying to you. I can’t tell you the number of girls who have disappeared and dropped out of the business because of their drug problems. It is unbelievably sad to think about, and seeing some of them fall into a downward spiral hurts me more than others. But I think we all can agree that a huge majority of drug users will never change unless they get professional help. I have seen all manner of drugs on set, at parties, in cars, everywhere. If I had to guess, I would put marijuana use at 90 percent of ALL people involved in the industry (performers, directors, crew, agents, drivers, owners, office workers, etc.). I have been on a set where a girl has passed out during a sex scene with me (she was abusing oxycontin). Just recently a girl overdosed on GHB (a party drug that is a clear odorless drug that doesn’t mix well with alcohol) on set. I have seen a girl win a prestigious AVN Award, not show up to accept the award, and then fall into the throes of drug use that caused her to lose at least 50 pounds and drop off the face of the earth. Why is drug use so prevalent in our business? Well, let’s figure that out. First of all, remember that the business is populated largely with girls aged 18-21. And the majority of those girls are uneducated (many haven’t graduated high school). Add to that the fact that many come into the business because they have no money and are working at menial jobs like fast food places. So you have young girls who are uneducated with very little money entering the business.
“Once they are in the business, they are now making ten thousand dollars a month and working maybe 5 hours a day 10-15 days a month. There are predators out there that can smell these girls and prey on them like sharks. Young, uneducated girls with lots of money, lots of free time, and very little supervision. This is a really bad equation (unless you are a drug dealer of course).”