Saturday, December 15, 2012

Porn as a Gauge of Decline

I read an old joke several years ago....

In the '70s, any girl could do porn.
In the '80s, any pretty girl could do porn.
In the '90s, any pretty girl with implants could do porn.
In the 2000s, any girl can do porn.


The joke was on the progression of prettier female porn performers being wiped away by the rise of the Internet. The lie is that to be paid well for performing in porn, a girl must be pretty and far prettier than the '80s porn chicks. This is a sign of decline. Even if the money is there, and so few make decent money, the money rarely lasts and is pissed away often like sports stars or Hollywood teen stars. It's a horrible industry that grinds people up. Pretty, young women should not enter this industry. The prettier the women get the less stigma there is to the industry. This also means these pretty, young women see a better life by entering this industry than the alternatives (working or using their looks for family formation with a good guy who will set them up for life). These are both signs of decline in society at large.
The pictures in this post are of Nicole Aniston. I used her as she is a double "10" (10 face, 10 body), and yes, I realize her facial symmetry is a bit off. I didn't use Tori Black because Tori's an A cup, but it applies for their circle of the well paid, pretty porn performers. This woman never should have entered porn. Glamour modelling would have been a good path (despite her short height), but had she any sense or even just a decent home life, she could have parlayed her looks into grabbing a Mr. Big. Even just stripping is a big step up. On another site, I did a what if Tori Black timeline, and I might post it here. This is not a good sign folks. Sure, the top 100 women of porn probably have something "off" in the facial beauty department, but they blow away the top 100 women of the '70s and '80s pornos. The mainstreaming of porn has had odd effects on modern American culture, and it does not look to be slowing down at all.

 
cross posted at my female aesthetics blog "Judgement of Paris"

3 comments:

peterike said...

Well Tori Black is a mudshark who has a little black spawn from some thug. Things won't end well for her, you can be sure of that.

In general, what amazes me about porn is the number of women that you can find. They are simply endless, with new ones all the time. And most of them are at least attractive (not counting the deliberate ugly stuff, like fat fetish porn), many of them extremely attractive. I guess it's the quick money and the thrill (the usual "bad boy" attraction).

Though as the big money dries up, apparently more and more porn stars end up doing "private" meetings. In other words, they become straight up prostitutes. With the right money, you can have sex with basically any porn star you like.

I find that whole dynamic funny. It's prostitution and illegal, unless you film it. Then it's ok.

asdf said...

Maybe they like the sex. Look, there are a lot of really horny really slutty girls out there.

Son of Brock Landers said...

Sure, they like the sex, but porn is like a branding (see "After Porn Ends"), and more and more girls of high visual quality are going down this path. Sex work used to have a huge stigma while we now sell teen clothing that has 'porn star' printed on it.

Old friend had a sister who did glamour shoots and eventually "made it" as a Penthouse Pet of the month. Horrible stories, and all she did was photo shoots. She left the biz, but her stories to her brother forever made me dislike what that industry does to people. I'll prob post on her in the future.

I've heard that the internet tube sites that have cut into 'studios' money. This has pushed girls down market, performing things they said no to earlier or just straight up private meetings as peterike puts it. Good point. It is a terrible hypocrisy that prostitution is illegal but porn is legal.