The porn industry is a massive empire with millions of users, millions of sites, and billions of dollars in revenue, but some of the people who make it all work are the ones who get caught up in the business’s intricate web of lies.
I spoke with a couple of people who worked for a company in this business, and I wanted to know what they think of the lies, the misinformation, and the deceit behind the porn empire.
Here’s what they had to say.
It’s a myth to claim that women in porn make less than men in the industry.
There’s no data to back that up, and it’s been disproven repeatedly.
It has to be said, though, that the industry makes an enormous amount of money for men.
In 2014, PornHub reported that women made $6.2 billion from porn alone, while men made $4.9 billion.
But it’s not only that women make less, it’s that they work less than other people in the porn business.
This year, in an effort to combat the “misogyny epidemic,” the industry put out a new report claiming that there are 4,500 porn stars per hour, with a male porn star earning $4,000 per hour.
(In reality, the figure is closer to $1,500 per hour.)
And while the industry claims that it wants to “protect” women, many of the women who are in it for money make terrible choices, according to industry insiders.
“If a woman wants to be in porn, she needs to get paid more, and if she doesn’t get paid, she shouldn’t be in it,” one porn producer told me. 2.
It was all a huge scam.
The “PornHub Mythbusters” show was meant to be an educational tool to debunk porn myths, but it actually had the opposite effect.
The show, which was co-created by a former Google engineer named Chris Anderson, became a cult sensation, spawning hundreds of parody accounts and videos, including the “Penny Arcade” videos.
It wasn’t just that it proved that people are stupid, but that it also demonstrated how the industry uses the Internet to recruit, brainwash, and exploit its users.
The series, which is set to premiere on Tuesday, is a hilarious, heart-wrenching look at how porn is actually run.
Anderson is a self-described nerd, a former math prodigy, and a former director of marketing for AOL’s Internet operations.
The only problem with this episode is that it’s also very misleading.
In it, Anderson takes on the “fact” that there’s a huge amount of porn on the Internet, and that the porn is mostly “adult” content, including stuff that’s actually “graphic” and “extreme.”
He then claims that there aren’t really millions of people doing it, and he’s wrong.
But the vast majority of porn is produced for people under 18, and even then, it doesn’t pay that much.
And that’s just the Internet.
“It’s actually the opposite of the way porn is done in the real world,” Anderson told me, noting that people often have to spend a lot of money to make porn.
He then goes on to say that it would be a lie to claim there’s no porn industry because there is: “The porn industry has been around for over two decades, and over that time it has grown.
There is absolutely nothing to indicate that there is a porn industry that doesn’t exist.
The vast majority is the stuff that is really graphic, but the vast and large majority of the adult content that is on the Web is not.”
It takes an extraordinary amount of power to control the porn market.
A porn producer named Laura told me that there were three big reasons why the industry could so easily control people: money, control over the internet, and power.
The porn producer explained that the first reason the industry controls the porn, is that a lot people use the porn to make money.
“When you are in the sex industry, you’re working in a world where you have to be very careful not to make any money,” she said.
“That means not only not having sex, but not having money to buy anything.
So you’re in a constant battle of competing with other people to be the first to go on a site, to be first to get free porn, and to be so successful, that you can then do it for free, and then you’re able to do it as often as you want.”
That power comes from the fact that the people in control of the market get to set the terms of the sex business, including how much money people are paid.
“I can tell you that people who do porn,