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My answer was no.

Back in the early 90's, I was perfectly positioned to become the king of internet porn. Not just make money, but to be the lion taking his share. I can't prove a thing I'm saying but it's still the truth.

Well, I grew up in the San Fernando Valley (know anything about porn? it's the capital). I was a sharp computer whiz and I had mafia ties to some of the porn production companies. That's what happens when you grow up in the SFV and deal dope. Yup, I got to go party with the porn stars. (FWIW, it's been over 20 years ago and the statute of limitations has long passed.)

When push comes to shove, I'm a (male) feminist and I wasn't willing support how that whole industry works. I couldn't care less about the "Puritanical" aspects of porn, but in practice, it's really hard on the people involved.

In reply to Re: Would you work at a porn company? by Anonymous Monk
in thread Would you work at a porn company? by jacques

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