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Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
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RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
(May 30, 2014 at 10:32 pm)Zidneya Wrote: Who said that what I wrote in the first post was MY ignorance.[Image: cool-onion-head-emoticon.gif] But you could find comfort in knowing that you made a very conservative man unhappy. It just happens that that person ain't me.

Unless you specify otherwise I'm going to assume whatever you post is your own content.
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#22
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
(May 30, 2014 at 10:30 pm)My imaginary friend is GOD Wrote: I'm an anthropologist. And homosexuality is very common among hundreds of thousands of species, including all the great apes, especially bonobos.
Oh I didn't know that….[Image: confused-onion-head-emoticon.gif]Well I knew about the homosexuality in other parts of the animal kingdom but not about the bonobos thing. Emm then I suppose that what you said about the bug-picking-out-of-hair services its a behavior that it presents itself in the bonobos? And also if you are a anthropologist could you answer my other two questions?
  • And what if an ape bug pick its mate and afterword they don't do anything else?
  • Or what if the very same apes that you see bug-picking today yesterday they just f**k today without no bug-picking at all?
  • I mean how do you differentiate a bug-picking-out-of-hair action as a practice a form of prostitution and not just two apes who just happen to bug-picking-out-of-their-hair?

(May 30, 2014 at 10:38 pm)Napoléon Wrote:
(May 30, 2014 at 10:32 pm)Zidneya Wrote: Who said that what I wrote in the first post was MY ignorance.[Image: cool-onion-head-emoticon.gif] But you could find comfort in knowing that you made a very conservative man unhappy. It just happens that that person ain't me.

Unless you specify otherwise I'm going to assume whatever you post is your own content.
No actually it's this guy.
https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1125638381...2401327404
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#23
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
(May 30, 2014 at 10:42 pm)Zidneya Wrote:
(May 30, 2014 at 10:30 pm)My imaginary friend is GOD Wrote: I'm an anthropologist. And homosexuality is very common among hundreds of thousands of species, including all the great apes, especially bonobos.
Oh I didn't know that….[Image: confused-onion-head-emoticon.gif]Well I knew about the homosexuality in other parts of the animal kingdom but not about the bonobos thing. Emm then I suppose that what you said about the bug-picking-out-of-hair services its a behavior that it presents itself in the bonobos? And also if you are a anthropologist could you answer my other two questions?
  • And what if an ape bug pick its mate and afterword they don't do anything else?
  • Or what if the very same apes that you see bug-picking today yesterday they just f**k today without no bug-picking at all?
You see it in chimps, bonobos, orangutans, gorillas, all of them.

1. They don't call in the favor immediately. They save it for later.
2. I don't understand your sentence. I don't know if I'm just tired or if it actually makes some kind of sense.
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#24
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
A real job is just something people do to help provide. You may not agree with it, but it's a profession.
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#25
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
I'm going to side with those that think there is a continuum.

There might be the occasional personality type that enjoys the work, but just does it for a lark a few times. Either having a trust fund or a 'regular' job to live on.

There would be others that view adult acting as a profession and achieve varying degrees of success. For some, that would be living as a homeless person and the filming gigs providing the infrequent jolt of money to some that can afford a modest apartment existence on their earnings and then there would be the upper echelon, great looks/skill combined with some business acumen and they start a filming and/or distribution business of their own.

I've noticed a few gay adult movie performers advertising as themselves as escorts, even years after their filming careers have dissipated. There have been a few adult actors to pen books about their careers, some accurate, some wildly improbable.

Extremely infrequently, a Stallone comes along, and makes it into the mainstream acting/producing business, but that would be very rare.
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#26
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
Those smilies are fucking annoying.
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#27
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
{And I should have noted, The Party at Kitty and Stud's (the Stallone title) is VERY tepid.}
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#28
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
(May 30, 2014 at 10:47 pm)My imaginary friend is GOD Wrote: 2. I don't understand your sentence. I don't know if I'm just tired or if it actually makes some kind of sense.

Ohh okay then let me put it in other words. Two apes who have been mating for several weeks (or months, I don't know exactly how much time it needs or if it changes the results but nevertheless they being doing it before). And in all these time they never bug-picked each other. And if they start doing it now does she (I assume that it's the male is the one who claims and pursues the activity) gonna be mating now because she thinks she owes him something or just because they want to? And what if they bug-picked each other but they never mate at all?
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#29
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
(May 30, 2014 at 10:57 pm)Zidneya Wrote:
(May 30, 2014 at 10:47 pm)My imaginary friend is GOD Wrote: 2. I don't understand your sentence. I don't know if I'm just tired or if it actually makes some kind of sense.

Ohh okay then let me put it in other words. Two apes who have been mating for several weeks (or months, I don't know exactly how much time it needs or if it changes the results but nevertheless they being doing it before). And in all these time they never bug-picked each other. And if they start doing it now does she (I assume that it's the male is the one who claims and pursues the activity) gonna be mating now because she thinks she owes him something or just because they want to? And what if they bug-picked each other but they never mate at all?
Bonobos have sex for fun.

As far as chimps go, the bug-picking is a behavior that's constantly going on. The females have many males competing for them, so bug-picking helps males with their standing. There are other ways that they compete, too, like fighting each other and protecting the women and their young.
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#30
RE: Being a porn actor is considered a profession?
(May 30, 2014 at 10:53 pm)Sejanus Wrote: Those smilies are fucking annoying.
…..Okay I won't use them in this thread any more.
(May 30, 2014 at 10:49 pm)Elskidor Wrote: A real job is just something people do to help provide. You may not agree with it, but it's a profession.

Then [Image: crazy-monkey-emoticon-044.gif]
Could you answer my question

Then if I do it only once and I get paid does that makes me a professional porn actor?

(May 30, 2014 at 11:01 pm)My imaginary friend is GOD Wrote: Bonobos have sex for fun.
I don't blame them[Image: crazy-monkey-emoticon-060.gif]
But now I'm confused [Image: crazy-monkey-emoticon-100.gif]If they have sex for fun why do you assume that bug-picking-out-of-hair service its a form of prostitution and not a courtship behavior? Because if it would be a form of prostitution shouldn't mean that if the female lets herself bug-picked by a random male isn't she obligated to have sex with him? And you said it yourself.
(May 30, 2014 at 11:01 pm)My imaginary friend is GOD Wrote: The females have many males competing for them, so bug-picking helps males with their standing. There are other ways that they compete.
So if I read correctly even if a male bug-picks a female that won't assure him it would get him laid.

(May 30, 2014 at 10:51 pm)vorlon13 Wrote: I'm going to side with those that think there is a continuum.

There might be the occasional personality type that enjoys the work, but just does it for a lark a few times. Either having a trust fund or a 'regular' job to live on.

There would be others that view adult acting as a profession and achieve varying degrees of success. For some, that would be living as a homeless person and the filming gigs providing the infrequent jolt of money to some that can afford a modest apartment existence on their earnings and then there would be the upper echelon, great looks/skill combined with some business acumen and they start a filming and/or distribution business of their own.

I've noticed a few gay adult movie performers advertising as themselves as escorts, even years after their filming careers have dissipated. There have been a few adult actors to pen books about their careers, some accurate, some wildly improbable.

Extremely infrequently, a Stallone comes along, and makes it into the mainstream acting/producing business, but that would be very rare.
That surely takes the whole concept of profession open up for debate. But….well at leas you could say that you were a porn actor. You aren't anymore but sometime in the past you were one. But that would make one ask: were you a professional or you didn't? Because I could dedicate all my time to one activity but that won't assure me that I would become a professional in that activity. I'm asking from the professional point of view either if I get paid well enough to continue doing it or not that it's another issue.
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