Porn star speaks of the oppression of women

Isn’t feminism such a glorious thing?  Have you ever heard a feminist speak out against pornography? Maybe they should give it some thought. Read the interview of former porn actress Jennifer Case.

She says she was traumatized, oppressed and abused, and was hooked on drugs and needed the money from porn to continue to afford them.  Physically she had to deal with sexually transmitted diseases: “I had so many different infections all of the time. I left Hollywood because I became so ill from Chlamydia. My abdomen hurt so much I had to come back home,” she said. (Source)

Read the full interview here.


3 thoughts on “Porn star speaks of the oppression of women

  1. Our society teaches love without meaning (Kinsey Sex Education), and murder without guilt (Abortion) by court enforcement and government decree. Virtually every pathological and morbid worldview is a result of rejecting the designer of the universe and His laws. Every true scientific statistic of lifestyles proves that living according to God’s moral law is the healthiest. In my Grandfather’s day even the citizens who called themselves Christians and did not go to church were living more according to The Ten Commandments, than the majority of those going to church today. We live in a Secular Pagan Western Society now by establishment; that is hostile to true Christianity, so a malignant form is received easily. Most people don’t know the difference between real or pagan Christianity, and have been educated to care less. Politically Correct Relativism that all views are equally beneficial and healthy has made Nicolaitans out of even the majority who call themselves Christians.

  2. Um… “feminists” rail against pornography and how it objectifies women ALL THE TIME. Only recently has there been a shift within some who have come to see a need to reconcile the traditional anti-porn feminist view with being sex-positive pro-free speech.

    I just wandered onto your site, but I’ve got a feeling you’re the kind of people who say “feminist” with a sneer. Personally, I roll my eyes when I say it….partly because they’ve got no sense of humor and don’t like porn.

    No one should be forced or even coerced into doing anything that might cause them harm, and I’ll agree that it can definitely happen in porn. However, it’s simply not fair to say that all porn is like that.

    Bow before Zod.

  3. Thanks for your comments.

    As you said, “porn objectifies women” Consequently, women are always victimized through porn. Even if they aren’t sexually abused or infected with STD’s, they are still victimized because they are made into objects for the pleasure of depraved men who can’t control the urges of their groin.

    It comes as no surprise, then, that many porn actresses experience additional abuse as described in the interview above, because once you’re considered an object, people use and abuse you, and eventually throw you away when they’re done.

    As for the feminists, I find them way too timid in their talk about pornography. They likely don’t want to take jobs away from those women who work in the industry, so they mostly just roll their eyes and don’t say much. I’ve yet to see feminists organize an anti-pornography march in this country. The women that publicly oppose porn are most often conservatives and not feminists.

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