The Story of a Sex Worker

July 13, 2004

Hard Up

Immediately after our scene was over, Ram walked over to Jay. He put a finger right in Jay's face. His cock was still hard and also pointed up at Jay.

"Jay, you have got to fucking schedule my anal scenes before my regular fucking scenes," he said, teeth-clenched. "How many Goddamn times do I have to tell you that?"

"All right, Ram," Jay said.

"I mean, I've told you that the anal scenes are harder for me to do."

"I'm sorry, Ram."

"Just get it fucking right next time," he yelled and stormed out of the room in real prima donna style.

Jay and I looked at each other and smiled.

"Actors," Jay said.

It must have been hard for the men to get it up on command every hour of the day, every day of the week. Maybe that was why the men were so bitter. There weren't that many male regulars because there weren't too many men who had that kind of control. Women ruled the industry because it was easy for them to fake it. Turnover for women was weekly, even daily. It was possible that in another couple of days I would never see Far Out again.


  • At 10:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I read something like this in a review of the first movie of an important 80's porn starlet whose name now escapes me. I'm sure she went on to work for Vivid, and I think that her first scene was with Tom Byron. The article talks about another actor on the film who wants his anal scenes first, but he's very polite about it, and doesn't make this kind of fuss.

  • At 11:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'm sure it won't be impossible to look up reviews of Chasey Laine's (spelling?) first movie, where she did a scene with Tom Byron, and there is a comment about this sort of difficulty. The magazine was probably Hustler, but maybe Cheri. Does LexisNexis include pornographic magazines?

  • At 7:38 PM, Blogger sinsulita said…

    Are you implying that the author of this blog is fake? Why bother faking such a thing? Give it a rest. If you're going to make references to other articles and accuse somebody of plaigarism, you should at least give us a link to refer to. If you can't back up your accusations I can only think that you're a disgruntled and jealous fellow.

  • At 4:14 AM, Blogger adam said…

    Yeah. Let's all just sit back, relax, and take the blog as it comes. Whether it's coming out of a butt, or not.

  • At 6:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Ass fucking ...Yeah!!!

    Worked for that chick on "the hill" - not King of.. Capitol.

  • At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    No, I'm not implying anything, mainly because I don't have proof, as you said. That's why I asked if there was any way to look up these reviews. However, I have seen something like this before, but maybe it is just a coincidence. I would imagine, after all, that more than one porn actor has trouble with anal scenes and more than one porn actor has desired to do them first.

  • At 9:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    On the issue of faking: the only answer I can come up with is, why not? Using old articles and reviews of movies from accumalted porn magazines to construct a compelling narrative seems an interesting project. Why not? I wish I would have thought of it first.

  • At 9:22 AM, Blogger sinsulita said…

    She's stated that it's not fabricated. For me, that is enough.

  • At 4:41 AM, Blogger Hal said…

    Does it really matter if is fabricated? Remember, once you start writing it all becomes fiction, right?

  • At 6:23 PM, Blogger yabyum said…

    its ironic...I don't work in the porn industry yet I too get pissed if my boss immediately buttfucks me before I at least get other things done..maybe all of life is just like fucking :) oh and that anonymous guy really needs to get a life. If your hobby is writing blog replies to question the author perhaps you may consider starting your own ficticious blog

  • At 12:22 AM, Anonymous pro.d.igy said…

    Think about it from this point of view. It's not easy for the male lead to "get it up" as and when he wants it, contrary to general beliefs, it's kinda stressful to work, though you think you might get the pleasure of "screwing" the babes, the mere though of so many people looking at you adds the pressure and stress.

    Be it real or not, what matters most is the way this piece of article is written. as i have said, sharp and concise, that's the way i believe shirl wants us to read.

    Peace out.


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