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My time as a porn star.

Anpu23
My time as a porn star.

Yes, in 1990 I worked as a porn actor. I made two films, and no I have no idea where they are on the internet. Though I've been told they're out there. (In fact if you find them let me know). I was asked by @Bluemax to share a mytake about my experience. For the details one was a MFM three way and the other was a FMF bondage film. Both myself and the one F were the same people. We're still friends to this day, she went on to become a pro stripper in New Orleans until about 10 years ago or so. I still work partially in the adult industry but not in porn.

So what's it like being a male actor? First every guy wants to be a porn star, at least that's how the industry sees it. The money is crap, I got paid roughly 10% of what the female actresses were paid or a couple of hundred per film. Guy's are expected to fall in line, have no say about the script, lines or sexual acts.... the attitude is "there's a line of guys trying to take your place so just shut up and do the scene."

My time as a porn star.

It's brightly lit, there are lots of people going in and out of the set. Lots of confusing and sometimes contradictory instructions, and yes the both of you lost your modesty somewhere near the first few minutes. There's a reason why most guys only do a film or two, all you are is the size and shape of your D* and of course how hard you are.

If this still sounds like something that you want to try, and are asking "how do I get in?" You don't , no production company actively seeks male actors except for gay companies. But know if you do a single gay film you will not EVER be able to do a straight flick. The myth that male actors started in gay is just that. After the AIDS scare of the 70s there is no interest in crossover in the industry. How did I get in? I was doing BDSM shows on stage in the goth clubs in SF and someone saw me, and made the offer. It was luck, and I happened to be in the right place at the right time, and someone just happened to be in the audience.

Anyway thanks for reading.

My time as a porn star.
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  • rames54
    I'm wondering if your single and looking for a good companion
    Is this still revelant?
  • Bluemax
    Fascinating. I've more questions to ask, if you don't mind.
    Is this still revelant?
    • Anpu23

      Of course.

    • Anpu23

      Feel free to PM me if you'd rather it be private.

    • Bluemax

      Sorry. A lot on my mind. I'll start with the obvious question. How accurate was Boogie Nights? I realize this wasn't your time, but do the best you can.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • Very interesting!
    Is this still revelant?

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  • Wewladdy
    Not porn star, hooker. Only difference is you were on camera.
    • Anpu23

      No argument. Sex for money is sex for money... what's the point?

    • Wewladdy

      I dislike the term "star." There's nothing to admire as there is with actual stars. But then again many celebs are inherent garbage. Maybe the term is fitting.

  • damn 1990, viagra wasn't even around so you sir are a trooper if you were able to stay hard and perform in a setting as active as Time Square
  • memer2020
    were you popular among the ladies?
    • Anpu23

      I was a straight guy in San Francisco in the 90s. I had income, an apartment and a car. Yes I was very popular.

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