Is porn as bad for us as we think it is? You might be surprised by some of my answers.
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“I’d like to think that in this day and age, people aren’t so floored by a highly sexual woman.”
You don’t have to be a prostitute or a porn star to earn money from sex.
“I don’t get where people get this idea that as a porn star I’m having sex all day.”
“Real orgasms, because I know what genuine pleasure looks and feels like.”
In a post #MeToo era, how does sexual consent work, when the people involved have been paid to perform?
It’s sad people react negatively to women who choose sex work. 
I stumbled into a world of misogynism, humiliation and degradation. And I liked it.
Studies show one in three porn viewers are women. So why the silence, shame and stigma?
There’s no test to pass when it comes to your sexuality.
You won’t believe the benefits it can have.
“All you’ve got to do is make sure you’re both clean and it’s a great thing to be part of.”
Let’s be honest here: watching a dude in action is not really a sexual turn-on.