Take a look at this week's lovely and BRAVE ladies—April O'Neil, Mick Blue, Leya Falcon, Cassandra Cain, Lily Lane, Riley Reyes, Rizzo Ford, Georgia Jones, Piper Perri, Cassandra Cain, Riley Reid, Abella Danger, Harmony Cage, Jenna J. Ross, Charlotte Sartre, Mocha Menage, Cherie DeVille, Kiki Daire, Val Dodds, Brooklyn Chase, Jasmine Webb, Amber Chase, Daisy Ducati, Kelli Lox, Bobbi Dylan, and Gabriella Paltrova discussing their most hardcore movie scene:
I'm going to make a slightly strange connection, but hear me out—despite making you super uncomfortable, it'll come together in the end. So you know how as a kid, you never realized all the work that your mom actually does for you? Then all of a sudden, you grow up and have to start doing shit on your own and one day it hits you like a ton of bricks—without your mother you'd basically be dead and essentially, she's a saint?? WELL, not to be gross, but in some capacity that's how I felt after watching this video. Don't worry, the point hasn't been made yet.
The hardcore pornography consumer market is pretty f'in huge—people eat that genre up. It's easy to sit behind a computer screen (or iPhone, let's be real) and mainline this particular brand of entertainment, but clearly it's not easy and we forget that these women are working. Yes, they're engaging in these acts consensually, but not with the intent of deriving pleasure. If the pleasure happens, great, but at the end of the day—it's work. I don't know about you guys, but no matter how good the money is, I wouldn't be likely to let someone spit in my face or I don't know, shove one or more item up one or more orifice. That's why these women deserve a medal! Without them, you'd be stuck watching basic 80s porn consisting of two mediocre white people feigning to enjoy doggy-style with synthesized background music.