Porn was created to feature exhbitionists, and when it showed couples or groups, those exhibitionists were truly into each other with no acting skill required. The more I look at the porn industry today, I see that studio-produced porn is becoming more and more deserving of the negative stigma it has. I say this as someone who was once a part of this world, and has always realized to some capacity, that the stigma was justified. Now, I see more clearly why I had been nudged by my gut for years to call it quits. It's because the reason for that justified bad stigma is because the porn industry is being plagued by way more pimps and prostitutes than those in it solely to be exhibitionists.
I'm hearing more and more people complain about how the porn actors look like they're just going through the motions, and how there's no real chemistry. Trust me, the only people who are not making this complaint are those who have lowered themselves to settling for whatever you put in front of them to get off. Be it a racist product, or one directed by a pimp, as long as there's a cumshot, they're stupid enough to take it.
Now do worthwhile porn-viewers really want to see sex void of chemistry, or even worse pay for it? I don't think so.
With that in mind, I think any porn viewer with a sane mind should be saying to these studio heads my newest quote for "Write That Down". That quote being....
I'm not saying that all porn actors are prostitutes. I have always believed in my quote for "Write That Down #15:
Whatever career you choose, you should do it because you enjoy it, with making money as a fringe benefit, not a necessity to do it.
Porn actors who live by this credo are doing it because they like being exhbitionists and show off their sexual freedom. That's why you have people on XTube, PornoTube, and the like who make home videos with no intention of making money off it. THESE ARE THE EXHIBITIONISTS I ADMIRE MOST. Therefore, living by this credo, they would take the stand that I have now taken where they will not do a scene with someone that they are not attracted to.