Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Is FREE killing your business? Well, tough shit…

If something can be taken, some asshole will take it. Period. This is, however, a unique kind of problem in the digital age. The reason no one walks up to your house and steals things off your front porch in broad daylight, while you’re standing in the driveway or looking out the picture window is, they’d be caught. Make no mistake – that’s the ONLY reason. Not everyone’s a thief, an asshole or a douchebag. Only most people. Yes, most people. Many are even proudly so. This is an “everything for me and fuck you” world we live in.

There are people who try to do good. People who give selflessly. People who help with no expectations, because its the right thing to do. One would imagine (or hope) that others would be inspired to show compassion. Nope. The usual response is, “Haha, you’re stupid. Good luck sucker!” I know – I’ve been on that end of the equation many times in my life.

Enter, internet porn.

Unlike most other media, people are uniquely driven to steal porn. Partly because if feels like a victim-less crime. It’s not, but it feels like it. Other times, people assume “Those porn fuckers are just making a killing! I bet they pull in a million a month! Fuck em – I’m stealing their shit.” No, again, sadly. If you stole all of Brazzers’ content, you can pat yourself on the back for that one. They stole it from other studios and built an empire on it. The rest of us however don’t enjoy that luxury. We’re often out of pocket and hoping for a good return.

Wrong again.

Unlike the porch thief I mentioned before, internet thieves are anonymous. And, when one person starts it, everyone follows. In real life, one hopes that bystanders of a crime would at least call for help. But, all-too-often looters and rioters would argue that’s not the case either. “If they’re getting theirs, Ima get mine!” As a pornographer, I face this every day. It doesn’t matter that I’m NOT a greasy shit-bag. It doesn’t matter that I DON’T treat girls I work with like objects for exploitation. Or that I DO pay well – models, crew and associates alike. And make good content in spite the cost for the few members who DO pay for it, and appreciate it.

“Haha, you’re stupid. Good luck sucker!”

Yes, the “porn is free” ship has sailed and I can whine about it all I want. It only took one asshole, then everyone followed. Porn performers who might have jumped on the wagon didn’t. Studios that might have emerged with good content didn’t. Great things that could have happened, didn’t. What did happen (and will continue to happen) is that people just lower their expectations. “I could pay for quality, or have shitty and free? I’ll take shitty and free! Haha, I win!”

Well, before the those people celebrate, I’d just want them to remember, Dominos pizza is developing a driver-less pizza delivery system. Amazon is developing drone delivery systems. So, that job they work at now for their pay cheque, the one they think is secure… yeah.

I pay for Netflix, iTunes, software and content I enjoy and support. They don’t, and that’s a difference between us. I’m also realistic and know full well I’m part of a very small group. But, it’s a group I’m proud to say I have the integrity to belong. It’s how you support a better world and better market places.

Speaking of a better world, there’s no better world that one where an 18-year-old is riding your cock. Like button for teen blonde babes!

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Good things cum to those who work their fuckin asses off

One of the problems with being a porn producer in Toronto is hiring talent. There’s no “industry” to speak of here. There are girls in Toronto who want to “try” it out, but then call you 3 weeks later saying “Oh my god what if my mom finds out? Can you take it down?” <- fortunately for me, this only happened once, but it does happen. Taking it down means affecting long-term relationships with distributors and partners, not to mention members who pay for content. Don't take it down, you're called a scum bag. Give an angry mob in a forum a non-truth like "he extorts girls for money or he won't take it down" and suddenly you're "a fat fuckin douchebag who should be shot and pissed on!" when in fact, I've gone to great lengths to be professional, courteous to the girls and reasonable as a business man and producer. That said, at the end of the day, there's always some type of bullshit to wade through, even if you're selling ice-cream from a truck on the road. So, you work your ass off, you let the shit fall where it will and get on with it as best you can. Good things will come. Speaking of cum, Kelly Lynn took a load of it in her sexy mouth.

Me (before shooting): It’s a cumshot in the mouth.
Kelly: (makes a weird face)
Me: Okay, well, no one’s forcing you – that’s just what we usually do for this series. You don’t have to.
Kelly: Okay.
Me (later while shooting): “I’m going to cum!”
Kelly: (says nothing – takes it in the mouth).
Me: Okay.

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Hold up, you’re talking to yourself again

It’s important to keep perspective. Especially in the porn business. To be clear, however, I should remind you that I’m not in the porn industry. I make porn, yes. I sell porn, yes. I create porn for people in porn and I even create sites for people that are in porn, and create porn. But… I’m not in porn. “In” is the key word.

To be “in” porn, I’d have to be accepted by porn. I’m not. The girls I shoot with are. The people I work with are. I am not. But, so as in life. Most senior executives in most of the companies I worked for throughout my career in the creative business shared some basic traits. Guys: tall, slim, deep voice with hair. Women: Tall, slim, long hair, come from money. I’m not saying that’s the way it is everywhere, or that you HAVE to be that way to get ahead. Just saying, it’s what I saw.

We regard, quite often, our impression of people on a higher level than their actual worth. Same in porn. I can say, until I’m blue in the face, that I pay the models well and treat them with respect. No one gives a shit – to them I’m just a greasy, sleazy pornographer. I can also say, I’ve just as much right as the average porn guy in LA to step in front of the camera and do what I do. No one cares – they just see me as an amateur with a cam-corder. I can (and have) said (to people in and out of porn) that my intentions are just as pure – to entertain – as the top male performers. No fucks given – to people in porn, I’m not a performer, I’m just some guy trying to scam girls into having sex with him. Funny side note: when I asked the porn guy who said that to me, what makes me different from some guy in LA doing EXACTLY what I’m doing, he said it was because I don’t have a large dick. By his logic (this made perfect sense to him), if I was skinny with a 9 inch cock, I’d be legit. If not, I’m just an opportunistic rapist. Ridiculous. It’s just his perception… and a shitty one at that.

But, I’m talking to myself. No one in the business cares. Btw – this is not a rant. In strict point of fact, I’m grateful for every girl who’s shown up to shoot, and gave me my content – my shot at making it happen. It’s just that talking about it is good for me. I know our members understand what we’re doing with the content, and they don’t care about the size of my cock. They just care that I stick it in some hot teenage girl, film it and cum on her face before I yell “cut!”

That, I CAN do. Speaking of “doing”… I was “doing” that to this hot teen, Skylar Harris, not long ago. Here’s a secret… I’ll be doing it to her again for an upcoming feature, TBA. Until then, here she is all naked and fucked. Like button, etc.