Pornstar says she doesn't want porn addicts watching her porn

Discussion in 'Porn Addiction' started by onceaking, May 12, 2022.

  1. onceaking

    onceaking Fapstronaut

    In an interview she said:

    "If you get your release to the same adult actress too many times I do believe you're going to become and you're supposed to become coz that's how we fucking maintain families addicted to that person for a period of time... So like gambling Facebook and Instagram when you use these things that are just meant to be entertainment whether it's erotic entertainment or whatever too much because of our biology you should really do some self-assessment and see if you're using this alcohol, this marijuana, this pornography, these known addictive substances for joy and release and satisfaction or if you've crossed the line into something that is going to damage your actual ability to have an appropriate intimate interpersonal relationship... As a pornographer, I make my money on people wanting to consume my content... I don't want to make my money because people are actually chemically addicted to me to the point that it's affecting their... real lives in their real ability to connect with people because what is life without other people? To me the answer is nothing".

    I won't mention her name because it might trigger some but you can listen to her interview on the podcast Walk-Ins Welcome with Bridget Phetasy. She also talks about why she chose to do porn, the consequences of doing internet porn, and society's weird relationship with sex.
     
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  2. gorl

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    I mean, it's nice she's getting this message out there and I hope it makes her feel better. But, to be honest, it kind of reminds me of what off-license owners must tell themselves every time they sell to their many local obvious alcoholics. lol. Not that this is her fault, but porn addicts are an inevitable consequence of porn in its current state.
     
  3. DeeJ4y

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    its like a drug dealer saying he does not want his customers addicted on the stuff he sells because its ethically wrong to abuse the addiction. Talking about it wont help. If one actually cares he stops selling. Knowing something is unethical wont make it any better. Only worse imo since they know what their way of making a living does to other people.

    I would like to ask why are you listening to podcasts about pornstars though, be very careful.
     
  4. deepanshu___2

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    Its true and who know better than who has experience in that industry and to be honest we to accept the truth that masturbation and watching porn never give anybody good results , so just be miles away from that worst stuff where people (specially women)
    are showing off there naked body for some currency maybe there was some bad condition of women family , that's why they have to take that bad step. Otherwise women like to hide their precious body and allow only to their soulmate who they trust more than herself.

    And yeah porn addiction leave you like a dead flash , the body will be less chemical disbalnce if you take herione , zombie or any powerful drug ... But if you lapse promptly. So it will be much higher than doing drugs.

    Take care of your energy .
    Take care of your streaks
    Take care of your lovely family.
    (More than anything)
    - you can call me stranger
     
  5. OhWhenThe

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    I really don't think it's a good idea to link things like this on here, I can guarantee that by doing so you'll have led at least one person down the P trail and that's not what this site should be about.
     
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  6. gorl

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    just because one particular woman doesn't feel accountable in this one instance, doesn't mean that all of womenkind lacks accountability for their actions. Come on now. It has nothing to do with someone's sex. What about the male porn directors, cameramen and stars? lol. The content isn't just produced by her and she likely doesn't own it either. Not to mention that the VAST MAJORITY of porn companies and websites are owned by men.
     
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  7. onceaking

    onceaking Fapstronaut

    I like Bridget Phetasy's podcast because she's non-partisan. She not afraid of criticising both the left and the right. I thought it was interesting she interviewed a pornstar on her podcast. Instead of judging people who are different to me, I think I should listen to those who have had a different experience from me. The world doesn't revolve around me.
     
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  8. onceaking

    onceaking Fapstronaut

    How much better to heal than seek revenge from injury. Vengeance wastes a lot of time and exposes you to many more injuries than the first that sparked it. Anger always outlasts hurt. Best to take the opposite course. — Seneca
     
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  9. DeeJ4y

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    okay, just checking that you are not searching for podcasts about pornstars in general!
     

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