Monday, March 18, 2013 4:09:13 PM
YugureKage, How can you say that these deaths, and these people profession do not go hand in hand? Porn is the ultimate personification of live fast and die young. We revel in watching them live fast. They live dying young. Find me another profession with that many suicides and drug overdoses.
Sunday, March 17, 2013 9:04:00 PM
"Well that put a damper on my day. The pink cross should probably work to get people out of porn, or try to stop them from going into porn all together. Getting the world to stop watching porn is a lofty goal." It was horribly sad to me as well, but I don't agree with this because of a few things.The things that these people died of are things people die of who aren`t in porn, so I don`t believe there is much of a correlation between the death and the profession. Though I don`t have any stats to back up my belief. People over dose, commit suicide, die of cancers and liver problems, are murdered, and die in car wrecks all the time regardless of their profession.
Sunday, March 17, 2013 8:35:15 PM
@madduck The foundation, if I'm correct, was founded by former porn stars. Netflix actually has a pretty interesting documentary called "When Porn Ends" which focuses on where certain actors and actresses are since retiring. Nina Hartley presents a very accurate view of "faith" and its role for actors and actresses.
OT : It doesn`t surprise me the number of suicides. I don`t think porn has anything to do with it. I think that these men and women would have likely done it regardless. I wasn`t aware that Anna Malle and Jon Dough had both died. Surprised me to see them there.