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So You Want to Perform in Porn – by Stoya

If you read that and thought, Why yes, I do want to perform in porn, this is for you. If not, please feel free to read along for potential entertainment value. Or, put the computer down, and go do whatever it is that people do on Fridays.

For those of you still interested, the first step to performing is deciding what kind of porn you want to do. See, porn isn’t just people with big boobs and giant schlongs in silly setups involving offices and pizza deliverymen. It also isn’t just people who are accepting of all body types/sexual orientations and strive to be as ethical as possible. Nor is it all high-gloss features, intense BDSM scenes, or content made by supposed amateurs. Before I started working in hardcore porn, I thought it was all like John Stagliano’s The Fashionistas. Stagliano shoots a very different sort of product than Digital Playground does, and while my decision to sign with DP worked out very well for me, I did spend the first few movies confused by the differences. If there is an idea in your head of the kind of porn you want to do, examine it and figure out specifically what excites or inspires you. Use it to get a more clear idea of your motivations and the level of involvement you want to have in the adult industry.

Once you’ve narrowed down what kind of scenes you want to do and what kind of performer you want to be, I recommend taking a minute to rethink the decision of actually doing it. Especially if you’re just looking to live out one specific fantasy, make quick cash, or have a few months of adventure, consider whether the porn industry is the right choice for you. Unless the whole of civilization as we know it is destroyed, any nude or sexually explicit images will remain available on the internet in some way forever. Decide whether the chance to have sex with that one particular performer or have that professionally videotaped gang bang is worth the potential that every single person you know now or ever will know in the future will see it. Your parents will find out. Your employers will find out. Your friends, acquaintances, and the people you have romantic relationships with will find out. I call this Murphy’s Law of Scandalous Behavior. If you are unable to come to terms with this, you should probably refrain from engaging in sexual activities in public or on camera… including sending racy cell phone pictures (even via Snapchat.)

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Everyone has preconceptions of the adult film industry — but despite the vast quantity of information about actors and films available online, it's often hard to get a comprehensive overview of a large and influential part of our culture. By surreptitiously pulling 10,000 records from the venerable community-run Internet Adult Film Database (which has somewhere over 120,000 records of performers and directors as of this writing), though, writer Jon Millward was able to tease out average information for everything from the most common hair color — brown — to the most common stage names: Nikki for women and David for men, with Lee the most popular last name across the board.

While the most eye-catching part of his analysis may be...

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We all know that youngsters these days are using their iPhones for things a lot more scintillating than Angry Birds, but still, the numbers are kind of shocking. Recently, a new study was released detailing high school students’ sexting habits. The results, gleaned from data from over 1,000 high school students in Texas, showed that 28% of teens have sent fully nude photos of themselves over email or text. Should you?

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