On this episode of “What Porn Stars Want You to Know,” porn stars talk about misconceptions about the porn industry. Jiz Lee, Asa Akira, Stoya, and Nikki Darling discuss their experiences with porn and sex education.

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44 COMMENTS

  1. I think asa and jiz lee comments are close to reality. I mean most porn are fantasy and normal people don’t have to act like people on porn video that’s why they say it’s a fantasy and of course it means they are not sex educators. Maybe if you want to know more or curious about sex, better ask sex therapist so they can cater it especially for u and ur partner

  2. I think that whereas porn is not the creator of rape culture, most of it normalizes and makes it erotic. I also think it's just dumb to put that load on femmale pornstars. With that being said, I do think porn creators should make themselves responsable for the violence (symbolic, sexual, etc.) they show and, consciously or not, that they promote.

  3. I was just rewatching this and I couldn't help but notice something that would otherwise be a no-brainer. They all have a particular look. The cheek bones especially. Shocking, I know, "Porn stars apparently tend to be gorgeous. Who knew?"

  4. "What if a young boy…" Illegally watches porn. What if the same young boy takes your car keys, and decides he's Vin Deisel? Why is this only an argument, or talking point, when it comes to Sex education, and not when it comes to securing your firearms? Or kitchen knives. What if a young boy watches Halloween, and decides to play Jason? It's the same fucking boy, and in the case of pornographic misinformation, there should be a girl there who can tell him "No, I don't like it up the butt."

  5. We don't know how to talk about sex. Violence, we know how to talk about that. How to shoot up a school, that's not difficult information to find, but how to find the clitoris? That's, actually, a question. That people ask, unironically. (Just FYI, the clitoris should be about the size of the palm of her hand. Everything up from the tip, what you generally think of as "The Clitoris" to the top of the pelvic bone, contains some clitoris. It's a fan, not a button you spam to orgasm.) However, what gun is best for home defense? Sure, there's a thousand videos on that. (I've found one, in DECADES that mentions Hearing Protection. Get a 12 gauge, to defend your home, but no mention of hearing protection. Have you ever fired a 12 gauge indoors?)

  6. OMG, porn is the second worst sex-ed, after locker-room talk. Both of them teach that 8" is average penis size, neither of them show what an aroused woman looks like.

  7. Oh man!! Asa and Stoya?!? My two faves!
    Honestly I just thought that their vocal advocacy is so smart and yeah, I adore both of them prior to this but now I'm a fan of them all!

  8. But see that's where things get complicated because a lot of it has to do with shame or embarrassment and a lot of it is from the lack of sex ed but you don't want to sound like a freaking virgin and being a virgin is kind of looked down upon after you're comparing your sex life with their sex life and it's like those lines get blurred and maybe a lot of it has to do with self-acceptance maybe we spend so much time comparing ourselves to others we don't see the awesome part that is us and so by watching p*** we don't allow our selves those first experiences self-exploration

  9. The fast and furious example is the best way that i have ever heard to explain why porn is not like real sex, like movies aren't like real life. They're a performance with the purpose of entretetaine.

  10. Straight, white dude, in their fifties… has a polite question about something they don't understand, – that's fucking stunning
    Like, better than a sunset
    lmao

  11. There is no scientific biological basis for "gender identity". There is only biological sex.

    Also, there is no such thing as "rape culture" in Western societies- or wasn't until we started importing third world populations.

  12. The first porn I ever watched and wanted to watch was lesbian porn before I even knew that I wasn’t straight, so I guess it taught me about that part of myself but that’s about it lol

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