‘After Porn Ends’ Documentary Looks at Life After Sex on Camera – Los Angeles News – The Informer

Posted: May 18, 2012 in My thoughts

'After Porn Ends' Documentary Looks at Life After Sex on Camera – Los Angeles News – The Informer.

I read this article heading, and the first thing that came to my mind is “After Porn Ends? How about After Porn Begins?” In other words, my life hasn’t been as fulfilling as I’d like it to be so far. Porn can make that a reality for me and then some.

It’s amazing to me how people always focus on the “negative aspects” of things. However, there are plenty of good things about porn too: being able to express yourself sexually; being able to let all your inhibitions go and do all the things you’ve always fantasized about but haven’t had the opportunity to experience; and especially the money. And in my case, I would do these things for free, so anything I make (even $100 or less a scene in a porn shoot) is “icing on the cake”. I mean it when I say I would shoot for free.

I threw out the scenario in one of my earlier blog posts about being rejected for a b/g shoot, and telling them “I’ll participate for free as long as I’m listed in the film credits as a performer in the movie”. That’s the key too. Networking, and being someone that the porn producers can rely on when they need someone to cum on command. They’ll keep booking you over and over again.

I could see myself shooting 6-8 blowbang scenes a day, and make $300 or more a scene. I’d even be able to do it now and keep my anonymity (it would be conditional that my face not be shown). However, come “tax time”, when I had to claim that additional income, that’s when I’d be screwed. Only reason I’m not submitting porn videos I shoot to the various porn producers, or shooting webcam nightly. Any chance of my identity getting out there would not be good for me, and I hate to have to keep “living the lie” I do. Oh well, the day will “cum” when I make a career out of porn, and I can’t wait.

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