Where Are They Now...?
#31
(09-08-2018, 06:11 PM)Marko Wrote: I damn sure hope she returns to porn soon. Apparently she's a "motivational speaker" now
Kiara Mia
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I bet them brothas be tryin' to get a piece of that phat ass Big Grin

I never understood why she never showed her belly
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#32
Remember Leah Gotti
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I was reading on ADT that they post a YouTube video of her, she just had a kid from her black boyfriend, I won't post that video because family stuff on a porn forum is not a good ideal.
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#33
^wouldnt say "just"...kid gotta be close to a year old by now. Whenever she does snap its usually of the kid. Cute kid
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#34
this thread inspired me to check up on Spring Thomas who is apparently married with child - which may have been mentioned already on this thread - and is trying to live the Christian life in the midwest, but that info comes from peaking in on some of those 4chan super racist forums that both make me laugh and give me a headache. Not going to add a link as to not promote their shenanigans, but these dudes go in hard on Spring and her husband and they fished out picks of her on nature walks with friends and with her baby.
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#35
^doxxing pornstars and ruining their lives have been their specialty for years. But that comes with prize of being an ex-pornstar.
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#36
(09-12-2018, 08:24 PM)AussieCuck Wrote: ^doxxing pornstars and ruining their lives have been their specialty for years. But that comes with prize of being an ex-pornstar.

I really don't understand their mentality. Do they want to scare girls away from the profession? Can't she just disappear and start over?

Don't these guys (I'm assuming they are mostly men) consume porn? Don't they want to jerk off to something besides anime?

It is like eating at Taco Bell every day and then figuring out which employees make your beef soft taco supreme and then going to their apartments to yell at them.
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#37
(09-12-2018, 08:24 PM)AussieCuck Wrote: ^doxxing pornstars and ruining their lives have been their specialty for years. But that comes with prize of being an ex-pornstar.


Well, it only comes with it if people indulge in it. Most people are perfectly content to let them live their lives. I didn't see much point in threads like this in the first place.
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#38
(09-13-2018, 10:17 AM)imperiusrex Wrote:
(09-12-2018, 08:24 PM)AussieCuck Wrote: ^doxxing pornstars and ruining their lives have been their specialty for years. But that comes with prize of being an ex-pornstar.


Well, it only comes with it if people indulge in it. Most people are perfectly content to let them live their lives. I didn't see much point in threads like this in the first place.

I always wish the best for porn stars in their lives after porn, sometimes it is nice to hear that they are doing well in the next phase of their lives. And like slowing down for car accidents it can be fascinating to find out when their lives completely spiraled out of control after leaving the business. The problem is some guys take it too far by posting too much detail about them such as their real names or where they are working.

There are also women like Sophie Dee and Gianna Michaels who stopped filming new scenes, but are still sex worker. Getting updates on women like them is helpful to those of us who are not Twitter and Instagram hounds.
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#39
^^^^^^^^^^^^

I don't have any problem with your first point; it is nice to see they've done well in life after porn, but only if they see fit to share that info. In my opinion anyway. Once someone has left the industry it seems they no longer want or have a public persona and as such they perhaps have a basic right to be left alone?

Your second point about watching them like car accidents, when they go out of control, well that just sounds terrible to me, like enjoying human misery. I don't know, it just seems sad all around.

As for sex workers it would be pretty easy to just have a sex workers thread as those women are still in the industry to an extent, just not filming their fucking.

Again, up to you guys, but I'm not a fan...
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(09-13-2018, 12:38 PM)imperiusrex Wrote: ^^^^^^^^^^^^

I don't have any problem with your first point; it is nice to see they've done well in life after porn, but only if they see fit to share that info. In my opinion anyway. Once someone has left the industry it seems they no longer want or have a public persona and as such they perhaps have a basic right to be left alone?

Your second point about watching them like car accidents, when they go out of control, well that just sounds terrible to me, like enjoying human misery. I don't know, it just seems sad all around.

As for sex workers it would be pretty easy to just have a sex workers thread as those women are still in the industry to an extent, just not filming their fucking.

Again, up to you guys, but I'm not a fan...

I can understand your comments about the second reason. I'm not saying it is a good thing, but it is the same dynamic that drives reality TV or why people tune into NASCAR for the wrecks or the fighting in hockey. For whatever reasons there is something in human nature that draws us to things like that.

I'm actually kind of surprised that some cable network hasn't done this already for girls who are looking to stop having sex on camera, but still want to make money by being on front of one with their clothes on. There would be lots drama as the "broken" ones deal with the reasons that drove them to porn in the first place, plenty of drama between the women if they put them in the same house and there would be the occasional feel good story about the woman who succeeds.
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