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Interview With an Ex Porn Star

SL:  How are you treated now that you are out of porn?

V: I am treated absolutely horrific!!! Porn has left a permanent stain on my life. I have been harassed by boyfriends because of my porn past. I am discriminated against in my community when applying for jobs and sometimes on levels that are illegal. I deserve to be happy in life and not harassed by people who are threatened by my past. I also don’t deserve to be slandered, I don’t slander others, I don’t deserve it. 

SL:  What message would you give to other aspiring porn stars?

V: I would say that it isn’t all glamour and there may be times that you could find yourself being coerced or violated and that you could contract HIV and you can wind up empty and soul less and alone in life…like me. And that the stigma and finger waving will follow you for the rest of your life. You could spend your life being harassed like I am. It isn’t fun by any means. It’s only made me hateful where I never used to be hateful. I am a product of what can happen to girls. I go to bed alone at night. I don’t have many friends. I never once thought people would act so incredibly sick in the head over my porn past.

SL: What message would you give to men viewing porn?

V: That women are NOT objects and we don’t want to have our insides pounded out and we don’t want to be degraded and that we are real people with real hearts and real personalities. It’s sick that porn viewers want to watch women being violated. The people I know who are obsessed with sex and porn and orgies are Lawyers Doctors Dentists and Judges, the people in position who society thinks so much of while they secretly get off to violent and degrading porn. These are the people who need to seek treatment and the ones that society are programmed to think so highly of. I know a dentist who has a porn collection and him and his wife take their office staff to Mexico and they have orgies. They tried to brand me a prostitute because I made porn when they are the hypocrites with the sexual addiction and even bully their office staff into sexual acts because of their sexual and porn addiction. This is the kind of thing that happens in the real world. Porn addiction is real and it damages lives.

SL: Thank you Victoria for being honest and so courageous to share your story and experience in porn. I know it wasn’t easy but I am sure you will help many people learn the truth about porn and the damage it forever causes in the lives of women who work in porn. We are blessed to have you join with Pink Cross Foundation in the war against porn. May God continue to watch over you and bless you for standing for truth.

Call to Action to the readers: Please stop viewing porn and stop contributing to damaging women’s lives. Please instead pray fervently for the women who are abused in porn that God would heal their lives and do above and beyond all they could ask or think (Ephesians 3:20).

– See more at: https://www.thepinkcross.org/pinkcross-articles/october-2011/ex-porn-star-corina-taylor-story#sthash.usGsKGIU.dpuf

Very interesting comments and interview.  It’s so sad this young girl is treated so badly.  No wonder all the suicides by porn stars!  The horrific way she is treated qualifies as Torture.

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