Is what I want to do illegal? Basically I'm a fan of a porno site called backroom casting couch that features local girls from Nevada and Arizona. Ametures who use an alias looking to get into the business or looking to do it as a one time thing for $$$. Basically I wanted to start a tmblr or WordPress or something that would expose the real names of the girls. Like people who know could come message me with the 411 and I post it. There is this one girl from the site im crushing on and hope to meet in real life. Is it a good idea?
> features local girls from Nevada and Arizona. Ametures You know that the site is a complete fake, right? They do get paid to act as amateurs.
It's a great idea if you want to be sued in civil court for harassment and invasion of privacy.
But that will probably not happen. It's not like a porn star would ever do anything morally questionable for money.
> one girl from the site im crushing on and hope to meet in real life.
Dating a porn star. What could go wrong with that?
It as fake as that they are their for "casting".
>The following material represents staged, scripted, and fictional accounts of sexual relationships of adults. All performers in the following material are intended to be portrayed and understood as fully consenting adults that are performing of their own free will. This material is meant to serve as a visual record of the methods of interpersonal and sexual relationships. However, please note that these fictional accounts do not always exhibit safe sex, or the full range of real life emotions and relationships. Moreover, this material is created to inform viewers of the wide range of adult relationships. It presents the idea that these are important aspects of adult relationships and that sexual conduct is enjoyable in various forms of expression.
>mfw this isn't a troll thread
>mfw OP is a legit sperg
They were out is different than it being "fake" or "real"
Those girls knew they were agreeing to star in a porn film, with the plot of them auditioning for a interview where they needed to act unaware of what will be asked form them.
Its a modern take on the classic job interview porn films of the 90s.
>Before you get the job you have to suck my balls.
>Jokes, there is no job.
>the girls are established porn stars.
Staring in a porn film makes them porn stars, everyone has to have a first movie, they weren't conned. Most have done adult modelling and cam whoring.
If you have all the answers why did you ask the question?
I told you what could happen. If you still want to take the chance, best of luck.
Slang for stalker. Seems appropriate.
It's doxxing if you post their real info online. Social security numbers aren't some magical barrier. You're an idiot. All of the girls you do that would really, really hate and loathe you and you'd make their life hard because all sorts of assholes would start harrassing them and tell their family and shit
why do you want to be an asshole like that? There's a reason they use stage names. It's to protect them. It's really shit of you to try to open them up for hounding and harrassment like that, they'd have to nuke their entire social media presence and start from scratch because you would have led a locust swarm of horny assholes into sending them filthy messages and dickpics and whatnot on all fronts 24/7
If you genuinely think that'd be a good idea and not a way to make the girls miserable and ruin their lives you're really an idiot
I think the girls do not want to know people who've "fallen in love with them" without knowing them in real life at all and only having seen them get fucked in a porno, dude. The reason they use aliases is that they absolutely do not want to be contacted by people like you
>"The whole thing is scripted," Hawkenson tells New Times. "I knew going in there it was for sex. I knew what I was doing -- I knew I was getting paid."
i know buddy i am the one who coined it.