After my post “Am I a prostitute?” I have received a flood of emails and comments.
Some people have told me that for the tone I use in the article, it seems that I’m categorizing prostitution as a second-class job. Something dirty and unworthy in which I did not want to get involved .
Nothing is further from the truth.
So here’s a little clarification for anyone who understood something like that:
To say that I do not belong to a group does not mean that I’m in an opposite position to it.
I cannot be in politics because what it offers to me does not seem interesting, which doesn’t mean that I think that all politicians are corrupt scum. It’s just not what I want for me.
I consider prostitution a decent and honest job. And I see it on the same level as to be a porn star. But I do not define myself as a prostitute. That’s all.
Talk about the relationship of porn with prostitution is a complex issue.
I’ve found very few heartfelt presentations on the web that discuss this issue in a sincere and truthful way, without falling into cheap clichés or stereotypes. And none of them was written in first person by an actress or a prostitute, for that reason I decided to write about my personal experience on the subject.
It would be interesting, actresses, scorts and general public who are reading this, that you give your opinion. We could start a little debate to redefine the boundaries of all these terms.
What is the difference between a porn star a prostitute?
Are actresses prostituting themselves when they record a scene?
And if a girl does only masturbation scenes, without interacting with anyone else besides the camera, Is he selling herself?
Where are the limits?
I will wait for your comments 🙂