Most jobs have some unpleasantness of course—and blue collar jobs have more unpleasantness than most.
This after all, is Asia Carrera, a woman who ran away from home at 17 and pulled herself together to become a successful businesswoman and a world-famous name and face.
Several of the commentators note that most people don't get into porn unless things in their lives have already gone awry.
Carrera herself says she has no regrets about doing porn, and talks emotionally about the outpouring of donations and support she received from fans after her husband was killed in a car accident just before the birth of their second child.
Preferably, could you buy two as well please? And I wonder if the focus on porn as porn distracts from the real issues at stake for many of the folks who make it their livelihood.
Yet, despite all of that, what she wants is validation from some random group of self-declared smart people.
When the , nobody was particularly surprised.
Which is not to deny the particular awfulness or difficulties of porn.