8 thoughts on “Ex-Porn Producer Exposes Myths People Believe About Porn

  1. Excellent word. I just read a yahoo article about how stars of the romantic epic, The Notebook–Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams–were in fact at extreme odds with one another for the majority of the filming. But on screen, we’re so positively convinced they are in fact in love all their lives. It’s an eye-opener because, in the same way, we never see what happens behind the scenes of porn shoots, we often only see the best of the best putting on a mask and giving the camera–not even the audience–their best performance. We don’t see the tears, the viruses, and deaths, the emotional and spiritual break downs. People leave the industry for a reason. Powerful article.
    Blessings.

  2. The comment about bonding to porn is interesting, in that it is a spiritual act. I remember hearing a secularist guy talking about why he won’t watch it anymore. He said it felt like it was rotting him (not exact words, but his sentiment) and couldn’t explain why. He said he didn’t want to contribute anything to prostitution anymore, that the commodification of sex harms people. This article reminds me of why God warns us not to be united with a prostitute, that He finds the commodification of sexual intimacy abhorrent.
    I truly pray for peace and strength for those struggling to leave the industry and those struggling to stop consuming it.

  3. Luke, I just want to thank you for all the resources you post on here. As an ex addict, this area of my life is a testimony to others and I want to help them get free using the truths I read about here. Thanks man.

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