Among the few Characters that took the focus for the first part of this 'Documentary' style program, you are introduced to aspiring and hard working women in the Porn industry.
This is presented as though the idea itself is 'out there' and modern. But the truth is, women have been inside the pornographic industry in all roles, both in front and behind the camera. Admittedly, the most lucrative was as the star. It has been like this from the start and women continue to sell more on an exponential scale than any male porn actor ever has or will. Though, without trying to detract. The reasoning set out was that these particular women want porn to be for other women or more inclusive (Read Politically Correct)
All the real questions were cleverly avoided, and some odd comparisons are made to try and justify the approach of one wannabe feminist director.
The fact that every study ever conducted shows men have significantly higher recorded reactions to visual stimuli than women. This is why men pay for porn and women buy erotic books. The Porn market and in turn the target demographic is dictated by what sells. Like any business.
The demand and some of the claims by one particular director coincidentally align exactly with the forced multicultural, equal outcome, anti'patriarchy' agenda which is currently so prevalant among uneducated women.
The example footage and behind the scenes we got to witness was truly embarrassing, even by 1980's porn standards and this seems like a desperate vehicle to generate sales through other feminists taking pity, or 'in solidarity' with other women. This is a failed business waiting to happen.
In reality Porn makes a LOT of money every year. A LOT. There are awards shows that put Hollywood to shame and Actresses that routinely get paid more than actors!
If you demand something erotic for women... write a book, Nothing as simple as porn could get female humans going because they operate on a different level.
After looking at Fifty Shades you should be a much more confident writer too.
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