Hi readers. A recently released study reveals the NSA, FBI, CIA, Homeland Security and local law enforcement agencies in the US account for the viewing of one million porn movies every day. The White House, Congress amd Congressional Oversight Committees, and various concerned federal agency employees account for another million viewings.
All of which defines the importance of the movie, AFTER PORN ENDS, now streaming on Netflix. A movie bulging with US national security concerns, political concerns, legal concerns and psychological health concerns.
- Director: Bryce Wagoner
- What ever became, you’ve probably asked yourself, of Asia Carrera, Tiffany Million, Mary Carey, Crissy Moran, Seka, Amber Lynn, Shelley Lubbing, Erica Lauren, Raylene, Nina Hartley, Houston, Tera Patrick, Jenna Jamison, Roxy, and Laura Palmer? What about John Leslie and those guys?
- Thanks to the NSA, the FBI and Homeland Security, After Porn Ends tells it all. Official interviews with all the stars of yesteryear.
- And mostly they’re doing okay. They made a lot of money in that business back when government employees and law enforcement officials couldn’t watch it free. But all agree it’s a profession, an industry that’s suffered and gone down in quality along with diminished opportunities for the current run of porn stars.
- John Leslie summed it up best. “It was good while it lasted. I had approximately 3000 beautiful women in my life, only worked a few days a year and made a lot of money. I can’t complain.”
- Mostly none of them had any deep regrets about choosing porn over other possible professions they might have been qualified for. “I couldn’t have been better at anything else, couldn’t have made as much money. I’d have to weigh that against the downside, such as having a lot of sex, doing a LOT of drugs, partying a lot, and having more fun than people experience in other jobs. Mostly I think I’d do it again.”
- Old Jules