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Making Porn: Shout out to all the girls who show up

I've said it before and I'll say it again - I love and respect each and every one of the models I've worked with. I don't mean I-want-to-marry-them-all love and respect, no. Far from it in fact. I don't even like all the models I've worked with. I mean that each one of them, for whatever reason brought them to the shoot, showed up and "bare'd it all" literally, for the camera and for the members. They certainly didn't do it for me. Well, some of them did it for the money. But, they could have worked in a grocery store for money, if that's all they wanted or needed. Instead, what they did was let all the people out there who want to see them naked and fucking have their wish. Think of the girl (or guy) who you know that you'd give ANYTHING to see whip their clothes off and take a pop shot to the face. Now, imagine she (or he) went out and did it, then gave you the URL and said "You're welcome." Well, that's what these girls did. They showed up. But they didn't just show up - they went for it, full out.

I've had a personal policy since first opening the business, Test1 Productions: never hide my face. I have just as much to lose as all those producers out there that hide their identity, even from the literal camera during a scene. I have wildly religious family who'd never understand, I have non-porn clients who'd surely fire me - not all of them would, but some. I still put my face out there. I try to put it out there more than I put the models' faces out there. That's because the girls are taking a huge risk, particualrly as women. For that reason, I'll stand with them, and take the risk as well, because I respect it. It takes a lot of guts to put your naked self on the internet.

My advice to porn producers looking for models: treat them well. They usually only pretend to be sluts for the camera. That's a huge component of sex work - acting. Most of the models who'll do a shoot have someone important in their life who supports them, or needs them. They're human beings, just like you. They might be difficult, or strange or just plain bitchy. That's just part of the business. These girls aren't usually the shy innocent types - they just have that gear for the camera. Show them respect and they'll usually show that back to you.

My advice for models: don't just do it for the money. If you have a good imagination, before you take that first shoot, imagine that everyone you know will see the video(s) you shoot. Imagine how they'll react. Then, decide if you can live with that and if they'll be supportive. Only then can you really make a good decision. If the answer is no you can't then don't do porn, no matter how deep your need is. But, if you can live with it, then go for it, and show up ready to put on a show. If you're willing to have fun, it will show up on camera and more people will want to see your videos, and more producers will want to work with you.

In the meantime, here are some of the babes I love. I don't like them all, but you get the idea. Enjoy.

January 6, 2019

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