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Light Of The Quasar: A Crash Course on Porn Films

 article about porn films
Let me be honest straight-out-the-gate here: I've seen a lot of porn.

There
I said it...am I ashamed of that fact? Nope. Here's why. Porn films are
more than just fake boobs, generally bad acting/scripts/production
values, coke habits, erectile dysfunction and sexually transmitted
diseases. It's probably one of the best forms of sex eduction that we
have in this tight-collared world (proven by the fact that some adult
entertainers have worked on actual sex-ed films), it explores fantasies
that many of us would never talk about (I admit that many of these
disturb me) and it provides great stimulation for the lonely regardless
of gender or sexual orientation. And hell, I've been VERY lonely in the
past.

For those who don't know the majority of the films that
are made every day come from San Fernando Valley in California, but
there is a fair amount of action going on in other places including
Eastern Europe, the rest of Europe and Brazil in particular. In terms
of that action taking place, it tends to fall into the following
categories: Straight (girl/guy), Bisexual (any sex combo), Lesbian
(girl/girl), Gay (guy/guy) and Trannie (transsexual in any combo). From
these categories, we tend to get certain themes from the movies, such
as all anal, midget love, interracial, fetish, all blowjobs or just
plain old everyday screwing. Furthermore, these movies are filmed in
ways that are just as inventive as you might see in regular movies,
particularly as some studios begin to use higher budgets (Digital
Playground is not afraid to spend a bit of cash), use hip-hop music
(Snoop Dogg comes to mind) or utilize artistic visions (Andrew Blake
films women like a sculptor moulds them into their work). The film
could be a feature presentation, all glossy-looking with a story and a
bit of dough spent or a gonzo flick where the action is shot
realistically, like a documentary style but on the cheap. The budgets
and personal styles seem to dictate the directors choice.

Fans
get just as devoted to these movies as your regular film buff, but
these ones get the bonus of seeing even more releases (thousands of
titles a year) than your average Hollywood star. The hierarchy is ruled
by women, unlike Hollywood, were the opposite is true. Queens like
Jenna Jameson (pretty much the porn uber-goddess) get greater control
over their contracts and many of these top-line girls become mentors
for the next generation, some move behind the camera or into the
production side when they feel their time has come. Age certainly does
not weary all porn actresses, like Nina Hartley, who could still give
any young stud the time of his life (and teach him a lot in the
process). She is an absolute sexpert.

As this industry
moves closer to the mainstream world of entertainment everyday, it may
just be valuable to have knowledge of where it is going and what it is
doing. There has been a great crossover between porn and the music
industry with starlets appearing in music videos, on covers of albums
and with the music and musicians featuring in the movies themselves,
who'd have predicted that these two sources of entertainment would need
each other? I guess it makes sense; the saying is Sex, Drugs and Rock
'n' Roll after all.

Just as it is in any entertainment,
addiction is becoming an issue, so if you do venture into one of those
stores with the blacked out windows or with the blown-up dolls out the
front to find the latest classic like The Sopornos 7, make sure your
life savings doesn't get lost there. I think I lost part of mine (That
was not due to addiction, but rather financial recklessness at the
time). Stick to good old moderation.

There is so much to choose
from, so do experiment; however don't feel compelled to try everything
if youre squeamish. Bukkake for example, is where many males ejaculate
onto one or a couple of people. In that example, raincoats may not just
refer to condoms, but to actual raincoats.

Now, who said porn wasn't complex?

See Matts blog at: http://lightofthequasar.blogspot.com/

Copyright Matt Holt, 2004



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