My response to Mr. Ed Lover's recent post.
I somewhat disagree. Where I do understand how the concept of desperation for fame over all else is a sad existence, I don’t agree that this situation is a good example of that concept. I happened to find the trailer for this video, and from what I saw, the performance of the two is HOT! The footage also appeared to be well shot, which indicates that this was actually an intended production. Mainstream C-list celebrity porn has started to become pretty commonplace, and if the likes of Farrah Abraham can give a poor sexual performance and still advance herself beyond it, (AND maintain custody of her children), why can’t performers “of a different shade” do the same? As far as the “Stebie J” reference goes, I’ve heard so much about how much of a “whore” he’s been to the women he’s dated since the show, and I don’t even watch or keep up with LHHA. I think anyone that considers Mimi Faust a “whore” because she ONCE filmed a live sex scene with her boyfriend/lover, has a poor outlook of sexual performance and porn in the first place. Although there are still many obstacles to overcome, porn performers are becoming regarded more and more as normal people with a job in entertainment, just like everyone else. Considering that we are chugging right into the decade of 2025, I think it is important that we begin to evolve our view of sexual performance and self expression into a healthier one. And as far as her daughter, children, and the young women that look up to Mrs. Faust, for the most part, I don’t think that will change by much. I mean, even if parents are STILL not having open honest discussions with their children about sex and sexual perfomance, kids are curious and intuitive enough to begin coming to healthier conclusions about sex work on their own..through the power of the free information society we have been developing over the last 3 decades. I am NOT saying we should just let our kids search porn and sexual subjects like WE don’t have any damn sense. But I am saying that, ultimately, we cannot stop them from searching for answers to their questions about their own sexuality, and that we should try to give them enough GOOD information, that their inevitable search for answers remains a short one. The world has changed, Old School..it changed pretty damn quick, too! We must adapt and be the anchor for the youth to develop healthily in our changed world, instead of being a voice of hindrance that becomes ignored and avoided.