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Check out this disturbing but informative article on the fastest growing segment of the #pornindustry: “#CamGirls.” The article is written by CNBC, which sadly seems to be promoting “camming” as a legitimate career and a great way to make lots of easy money. However, they are making it sound much better and more lucrative than it really is, and are leaving out the DOWN SIDES of being a “cam girl,” such as:

1) risking future embarrassment, as many people WILL find out about it

2) having to live with one’s naked pictures and videos on the Web forever, including after one gets married, has children, or moves on to a more mainstream job, if any of those happens, (note: it is easy for “customers” to record what is on the screen, even in “private sessions”, and then share it with the world at file-sharing or pornography “tube” sites, etc.

3) “customers” often want cam girls to masturbate with fingers, dildos and other objects inserted into one’s vagina, mouth or anus, while being willing to engage in or be subjected to degrading “dirty talk.” (I.e. being called a “dirty whore,” or “filthy little slut,” etc.

4) customers who say even ruder, more insulting and misogynist things are common.

So… It is NOT all rainbows, sunshine and tons of cash pouring in 24/7 like the article implies…

Note: The “cam girl” website, LiveJasmine.com, that is referred to in the article, is the #41st most regularly visited site on the Internet in the U.S., and the 56th in the world. It is also the 3rd most visited porn site on the Internet in the United States. So “camming” is indeed, unfortunately, a very big “business”! 😦

CAM GIRLS: THE NEW PORN SUPERSTARS (Article excerpt)

[CNBC] — It’s not just porn films that have been disrupted by the Internet. It’s porn stars, too.

Ten – or even five – years ago, the highest earners of porn were the actresses whose names marqueed big films. Today, they’re more likely to be models who will never perform a hard core sex scene on camera – and whose face will never appear on a DVD cover.

They’re known as CamGirls – and they make their money by stripping in front of a computer webcam, while hundreds – often thousands – of people watch live online, paying anywhere from token amounts to major cash outlays.

The adult webcam industry currently tops $1 billion – and is growing fast, said Sean Phillips, vice president of marketing for SexyJobs.com, a recruitment service for adult models. Collectively, the webcam industry is estimated to be visited daily by some 5 percent of the web’s global users – with one site (LiveJasmine) reaching over 2 percent alone, according to Alexa.com.

“Five years ago, webcam was just about 5 percent of the job offers on our site,” he said at a conference session during InterNext, an adult business convention in Las Vegas that precedes the Adult Entertainment Expo. “Today, we have about 2,500 job offers being made every day on our site –and over half of them are for webcam girls.”

As with any aspect of entertainment – adult or otherwise – some stars make more than others. Doug Richter of Adult Webmaster Empire, which runs LiveJasmine, said the site’s top performer made $34,000 last month – by working just four to five nights per week. (That’s after the site and her agent took their cut.) Another model, who goes by the name “Miss Kitty,” makes $25,000 per month on only two to three weeks of work per month.

And that’s hardly the top of the pile.

Ross Love, owner of the Best Kept Secret Talent Agency, said he has one model who makes as much as $2,000 to $3,000 per night – but limits herself to income of $10,000 per month. Some top models, he said, are making between $75,000 and $100,000 per month on the site MyFreeCams.com.

Each cam site works slightly different, but the idea is largely the same. Viewers head to a website where they’re presented with a huge assortment of models to choose from. Once they pick one, they enter a public forum with other users, where they can chat with the model about anything they’d like and offer “tips” – which can range from just a few cents to thousands of dollars. (Hosting sites generally split the tips with the model.)

For those tips, models will strip – sometimes in “private” sessions, which aren’t viewable to the public.To watch those, users must pay a per-minute fee and often tip on top of that.

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Sexual Addiction and the Power of DENIAL — By Rob Weiss, MSW — Most common forms of denial = ENTITLEMENT, MINIMIZATION, JUSTIFICATION, BLAME AND RATIONALIZATION

20130117-145830.jpg Here is an informative article by author and expert Rob Weiss that addresses the many forms of DENIAL of obsessive porn users and people who engage in risky and harmful sexually compulsive behavior. This denial is most commonly demonstrated by ENTITLEMENT, MINIMIZATION, JUSTIFICATION, BLAME, and RATIONALIZATION. Sadly many people are only too familiar with such behavior from personal experience, especially women who have tried to address the regular pornography use of their partners.

The BAD news about this is that people who are seriously IN DENIAL of their harmful sexual behaviors won’t usually quit or seek help until their lives (and often the lives of their partner and/or their family) have been seriously devastated in some way, such as by a divorce or by losing their job. The GOOD news is that when that happens, there IS help available to assist them in freeing themselves from their harmful compulsive or obsessive behavior.

Please read the article excerpt below to learn more, and please feel free to share in the comments if you have ever observed or had to deal with any of the outlined behaviors. Thanks! 🙂

Note: The article is technically about “addicts”, but the points about DENIAL and the associated behaviors are sadly true about most porn and sex trade users in general, as many of their partners can unfortunately confirm.

[Psych Central] [Excerpt] — Essentially, denial is a series of internal lies and deceits. Typically, each lie has its own rationalization, and based on that imperfect foundation the addict’s sexual behaviors can seem utterly reasonable to the addict in the moment of his or her obsession. The rest of the world would easily see through the smokescreen, but the addict cannot (or will not), repeatedly defending the lies and deceit until his or her functional world disintegrates into divorce, disease, job loss, arrest, etc. Often it is only in a crisis that that the addicted individual will finally become willing (and able) to examine the appallingly shaky foundation upon which his or her sexual house of cards has been built.

IT’S NOT MY FAULT!

On some level, even though their compulsive sexual fantasies and behaviors are clearly harming both themselves and others, sex addicts oftentimes feel as if they are the victim. This is their justification. Defending their sexual behavior patterns to themselves and others, many say they are at the mercy of people or problems in their lives, and that sexual acting out gives them a sense of freedom and control they do not experience elsewhere. These men and women see themselves as burdened by the seemingly unceasing demands of other individuals, especially those close to them, for attention, participation, validation, and support. Not surprisingly, they find it difficult to know what their own emotional needs are, and nearly impossible to ask directly for those needs to be met. Unfortunately, feeling like a victim leads to feeling entitled to act out, which of course leads to the behavior itself.

For sexually addicted individuals, denial takes many forms, the most common of which are listed below.

ENTITLEMENT: Just look at how hard I am working. I give and give and give to my family and the company. I work nights, and sometimes even weekends. There just isn’t any time left for me. But I deserve a little bit of pleasure in life. It can’t be all work and no play. So if I spend a few hours here and there online, getting off on a little fantasy, that’s a reward I deserve for all the work that I do and all that I give to others.

MINIMIZATION: I’m no different than any other guy. All of us are on Grindr, waiting for our smartphone to buzz and let us know there’s someone nearby who wants to have sex. Everybody does it. We meet somebody online, we have sex, and then we brag about it the next day. Besides, I’m not in any danger. I’m a big boy, and I can handle myself. And I can tell when someone is too weird or into drugs from the kind of things they write me, so I don’t get into those situations to begin with.

JUSTIFICATION: This is what single girls do. If I’m not in a relationship, then I need some kind of excitement. And all I’m doing is chatting up guys on Facebook, dating sites, and a couple of apps. It’s a lot better than sitting around in some cheesy bar waiting for someone to buy me a drink. Plus, it gives me something to look forward to after work. It’s exciting and distracting, and I don’t even have to leave my apartment. And if some of those guys seem nice and want to come over for a quickie, there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, if I was in a relationship I’d be having sex every night, so why can’t I have sex every night when I’m not in a relationship.

BLAME: With the lousy sex life I have at home, who wouldn’t be looking at porn and chatting up women online for sex? Ever since we had kids, my wife doesn’t have time for me. Plus, she’s put on a lot of weight. It’s like she got what she wanted (the kids), and now she feels like she doesn’t have to worry about me anymore. Plus, even when we were having sex it was totally vanilla. She never wanted to try anything new or interesting, whereas some of the women I meet online are up for anything.

RATIONALIZATION: I’m not having affairs like some of the other women I know. I’m not even flirting with the doctors at work, even though most of the other nurses do. So if I go online for a few hours after my husband falls asleep at night and have my secret little intrigues, no one gets hurt and nothing comes of it. Lots of women are reading Fifty Shades of Grey and nobody thinks they’re doing anything wrong, so why am I?

READ THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE AT THE LINK BELOW. It describes how to best get the person acting out to break through their denial and change their destructive behavior. (And please don’t forget to like, comment on, and share this post to inform others and support the cause. Thanks! :-))

http://blogs.psychcentral.com/sex/2012/11/sexual-addiction-denial/

Rob Weiss, LCSW CSAT, is the Founder and Director of the Sexual Recovery Institute (http://www.sexualrecovery.com), and the Director of Sexual Disorder Treatment at Promises and The Ranch. He is the author of four helpful books about compulsive porn use and unhealthy sexual behaviors, including the excellent “Untangling the Web: Sex, Porn and Fantasy Addiction in the Internet Age.” Check it out at Amazon below!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1555839681?ie=UTF8&tag=antiorgprevan-20

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Human Trafficking Awareness Month Interviews of Activists, Advocates and Survivors — by Author Ruth F. Jacobs

20130115-160959.jpg Please check out the many inspirational interviews @RuthFJacobs has shared with us at our Facebook Page. Ruth interviews a number of activists, advocates and survivors of sex trafficking and prostitution who share their powerful stories which are very moving and informative.

So we hope that you will read these excellent interviews, like them, and share them with others!

https://www.facebook.com/ENDSexploitation?filter=2

Please also check out and support Ruth’s other important work, which includes her Human Trafficking Awareness Month Facebook Page, (where all of her recent interviews are posted along with lots of other great information about trafficking and sexual exploitation), her In the Booth with Ruth Facebook Group, her anti-prostitution Soul Destruction Facebook Page book and blog, and her other educational projects at WordPress, YouTube, Twitter and more!

See all links below, and please always remember… If someone is against sex trafficking or prostitution, they MUST also take a stand against PORNOGRAPHY, because it is the TRAINING GROUND for pimps and johns, and it FUELS THE DEMAND for all forms of COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION which are all CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER.

Human Trafficking Awareness Month Facebook Page

https://www.facebook.com/HumanTraffickingAwarenessMonth/

In the Booth with Ruth Facebook Group

http://www.facebook.com/groups/InTheBoothWithRuthWriterInterviews/

Soul Destruction Facebook Page

http://www.facebook.com/SoulDestructionSeries

Ruth F. Jacobs Facebook profile

https://www.facebook.com/rujacobs

Soul Destruction website on prostitution harms

http://soul-destruction.com/

Ruth F. Jacobs Author Blog

http://ruthjacobs.co.uk/

Ruth F. Jacobs Twitter account

http://www.twitter.com/RuthFJacobs

Ruth F. Jacobs YouTube account

http://www.youtube.com/user/RuthFJacobs/videos/

Ruth F. Jacobs Amazon Author Page

http://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B008OJ0ZMC/

Ruth F. Jacobs Linked In

http://www.linkedin.com/in/ruthjacobsauthor

Ruth F. Jacobs Pinterest

http://pinterest.com/ruthfjacobs/

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Prominent Porn Production Company Vivid Suing Los Angeles County Over New Condom Law. Considering Moving Out of L.A.

Porn company Vivid is upset about having to follow workplace health and safety rules and use condoms. So they’re suing Los Angeles County so they can do what they want and risk the health of their performers. Why? Because having to use condoms might cost them some of their obscene profits! Poor greedy, uncaring and abusive pornographers… You know what they say… “It’s hard out there for a pimp! ” ~ To learn more and hear the excellent response of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, check out the article below.

[LA Times] — One of the nation’s most prominent pornography producers is suing Los Angeles County in federal court to overturn a new law requiring actors to wear condoms during filming.

The suit by Vivid Entertainment, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, says the 1st Amendment’s protection of free expression was violated after 57% of L.A. County voters approved the condom-porn measure during the Nov. 6 election.

“The exercise of 1st Amendment freedoms cannot be limited by referendum,” the suit said. The ordinance stands “as an unconstitutional prior restraint upon protected expression.”

Steven Hirsch, Vivid’s founder and co-chief executive officer, said in an interview: “We will fight for our right to express ourselves as we please.”

Paul Cambria Jr., the lead attorney on the case, said Measure B infringes upon how directors make films. “Let’s assume that we’re filming an adult movie and it was taking place in the swashbuckler times. All of a sudden, Captain Jack slips on a condom.

“Obviously, that would basically destroy the movie, because it would be fake. Obviously, people would know that couldn’t have happened then,” Cambria said.

Supporters of the condom-porn measure say Measure B does not violate the 1st Amendment. They say it is a health and safety measure aimed at protecting porn performers from contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

“This is not a free speech issue. This is a workplace safety issue,” said Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. “If they want to digitally remove a condom” from the final cut of a film, “there’s no issue.”

Hirsch said such special effects are “cost-prohibitive and it puts me in a place where we’re not on a level playing field” with other adult-film performers based outside of the county.

Measure B requires that porn producers purchase public health permits to film in the county, and mandate condom use as a condition of that permit. The ordinance took effect in December, but the county has not decided how to enforce the law.

Hirsch said he wanted to overturn the measure to allow the porn performers and producers to remain in Los Angeles.

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http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-condom-porn-20130112,0,4974919.story

NOTE: For two excellent articles that counter all of the absurd anti-Measure B claims that many pornographers have been spouting, please see below. The first article is written by ex-porn star Jennie Ketcham who really knows from first hand experience exactly what she’s talking about!

Why Aren’t More Porn Performers for Measure B? – by Jennie Ketcham

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jennifer-ketcham/measure-b-porn_b_2228016.html

Wah! – by Amanda Marcotte

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/01/15/pandagon-wah/

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Sex Trafficking’s Reverberations: Powerful Radio Interview with Pornland author Gail Dines and Norma Ramos on How Pornography and Prostitution Fuel DEMAND for Sex Trafficking

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PLEASE LISTEN to this EXCELLENT and VERY INFORMATIVE Gail Dines and Norma Ramos interview. Gail is the author of the MUST-READ Book Pornland, and Norma is the Executive Director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) (@CATWIntl). They share tons of helpful info and insights on the harms of the international sex trade and how all aspects of it are connected to each other.

Gail and Norma also address the successes of the Nordic Model of dealing with prostitution and sex trafficking, in which the CRIMINAL PERPETRATORS (the pimps, johns and traffickers) are arrested and held accountable, but their VICTIMS (the prostituted women and children) are NOT, but are instead given services to help exit the sex industry and to transition to a healthier life.

So… please start listening, learning and being inspired! Thanks! (And please don’t forget to like, comment and share to spread the word and support the cause. Thank you! :-))

INTERVIEW LINK:

http://wgbhnews.org/post/sex-traffickings-reverberations

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Growing Up, Moving On In Porn’s Shadow – The sad childhood of the daughter of a famous pornographer

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READ this powerful story of Liberty Bradford Mitchell growing up as a pornographer’s daughter: “As passive as her exposure was to pornography, it was always there – and it was in fact a form of sexual abuse.” — “I remember one afternoon, I was maybe 6, when I was at the theater and I followed my dad into a screening room,” she says of her exposure to rough-cut porn. “I sidled up in a chair and sat cross-armed like my dad, staring analytically at the screen just like my dad. I remember my dad’s employee saying, ‘Should she be watching this?’ and my dad said, ‘She doesn’t know what she’s seeing.'”

Wow! That doesn’t mean that this exposure to hardcore porn as a very young child didn’t have a harmful effect on her! Not to mention the MURDER of her pornographer father by her pornographer uncle! Check out the excerpt below to learn more and then read the full story at the link.

[SF Gate] — As a child, Liberty Bradford Mitchell sat through one of her dad’s rough-cut porn movies. As an adolescent, she was given her first safe-sex talk by her dad’s girlfriend – a porn star.

Then, at age 20, on Feb. 27, 1991, she learned that her father, Artie Mitchell, had been slain by her uncle, Jim Mitchell.

“Murder was a bigger stigma than pornography had ever been,” she says.

Such was the life of Bradford Mitchell, whose father and uncle operated the Mitchell Brothers O’Farrell Theatre in San Francisco and produced one of the first feature-length porn movies, “Behind the Green Door,” starring Ivory Snow model Marilyn Chambers. The 1972 film made the brothers tens of millions of dollars and got them invited to the Cannes Film Festival and minted as porn kings.

Bradford Mitchell is now 42, living in Los Angeles and mother to two children, ages 11 and 7. She has a new one-woman show, “The Pornographer’s Daughter,” which will premiere in March at a theater in Venice (Los Angeles County). She is in talks with a major network television producer to write a miniseries and hopes that her multimedia show will find a home onstage in San Francisco, where the story takes place.

PIONEERS OF PORN

In an opening line of the new production, which will incorporate music and video, Bradford Mitchell says, “I was born a Leo in the summer of 1970. My parents were hippies who dropped way too much acid before naming their children.

“They emerged as pioneers of the porn industry, became millionaires, and poured a lot of money into Mercedes, marijuana and cocaine, lap dances, poker games and high jinks.” The theater was called “the Carnegie Hall of public sex in America” by writer Hunter S. Thompson, who worked as night manager at the strip club while researching a book he never completed.

Bradford Mitchell has her dad’s face and eyes and the mellow mien of her post-hippie upbringing. But her edge is sardonic, befitting a woman who grew up “with G-strings grazing my nose,” who watched “Little House on the Prairie” at home and stopped by her dad’s “office,” the adult theater, after school. A woman whose father urged her to party and admonished her for being a “terminal square.”

Two days before her father was killed, Bradford Mitchell – a theater student at USC – came to San Francisco to organize an intervention. Her dad, whose nickname was “Party Artie,” had gone on the wagon on his own and was not doing well. He had been banned from coming to work because of his erratic behavior, which included shooting up the office dart board with his pistol.

FATHER’S STRUGGLE WITH DRUGS

Sitting in a cafe in North Beach, Bradford Mitchell recalls how her dad was trying to make changes in his life, and was working on opening a music club (which he had asked her to manage). He was talking about moving to Mexico to dry out for six months. Anytime a rock star or celebrity visited the Mitchell Brothers, Party Artie was expected to show them a good time.

“My dad was tired of the business, and at that point, it kind of ran itself,” she says. “He’d go and play golf and fish. But he was having a hard time with the drugs. I went to see Jim – it was the first time I’d ever sought his counsel, as he was always kind of a scary figure to us kids – and said, ‘We need to do an intervention.’ He said, ‘We can’t do it because of who we are. We are too well known.’ ” She thought the response was bizarre, but odd was the norm in her family.

Bradford Mitchell’s blue eyes well with tears remembering what happened next.

“My mom called and told me my dad was murdered – and by my uncle,” she says. “Jim had grabbed a rifle and a pistol, drove from his house at Ocean Beach to Corte Madera, where my dad was renting a house. He slashed my dad’s tires and went in and just started shooting.”

READ THE REST OF THIS DISTURBING AND INFORMATIVE STORY AT THE LINK BELOW: (And please don’t forget to like, comment and share to spread the word about the harms of pornography and to support the cause. Thanks! :-))

ARTICLE LINK: http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Growing-up-moving-on-in-porn-s-shadow-4185091.php

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VIDEO: How is porn affecting kids? – Dr. Drew HLN interview of “Sexy Baby” documentary team

Check out this excellent Dr. Drew HLN video about the Sexy Baby Movie documentary addressing pornography’s effects on girls: “Porn is now easily accessible to kids everywhere with the use of today’s technology. But are parents keeping up with what their kids are being exposed to? ‘Our parents and all the generations before us have never had this so accessible. And because me and all of my friends do, we don’t really have anyone to kind of show us what to do,’ teen Winnifred Bonjean Alpart, star of “Sexy Baby”, told HLN’s Dr. Drew Tuesday night.”

Winnifred also wisely said many other insightful things on the show, including the very accurate and important statement: “PORN SEX IS NOT REAL SEX.” So true!

VIDEO: How is Porn Affecting Kids? – Dr. Drew HLN

http://www.hlntv.com/video/2013/01/08/porn-its-effect-young-girls

NOTE: We apologize for not being able to embed the video. WordPress.com does not support the embedding of HLN iframe videos.

In an earlier segment on the show Dr. Drew raised the issue of whether the use of violent and degrading pornography contributed to the horrific group rape of a teen girl in Steubenville, Ohio that recently has been on the news. Thank you, Dr. Drew! We think that porn use and the resulting rape culture we live in likely DOES have a great deal to do with that rape, as well as the appalling behavior of the young men who were videotaped joking about it. For more info on how pornography fuels sexual violence, please see our page on pornography and sex crimes:

http://www.antipornography.org/sex_crimes.html

Please don’t forget to like, comment on and share this post to help spread the word and support the cause. And please feel free to also follow Sexy Baby Movie’s and Dr. Drew’s Facebook Pages and Twitter accounts! Thanks!

http://www.facebook.com/SexyBabyMovie

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