Difference between “scenes” porn and movie porn

19 Jan

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It is no secret that my daughter, C, has worked for us since the store opened. This has sometimes created some unusual questions from time to time.

I want to tell you about C. She is, and always has been, a sweet kid. She started working at the store while a Senior in high school, now she will graduate from college in May. I have watched her grow up to be an extraordinary young lady. I am very proud of her.

I previously stated that it takes a special type of person to be friends with me. That is especially true when you are my family. The exact same “no filter” that I possess when it comes to my friends, holds completely true with my kids, too. I am sure that this is something they admire about their mother, as well as something that mortifies them.

We had finished up a particularly successful porn star signing with KK. K was gorgeous, the ultimate professional and worked a crowd unlike the rest of the actresses had.

When we do our signings, every employee is assigned a section. The first signing, C worked the front of the store. This time around, she asked to work the back of the store. She is one of our strongest sellers, so this was fine.

I am saving the K story for a later time. This is about the tables being turned on me with a question that required no filter.

C, G and I were at the wine bar next door the next evening. While waiting for our dinner, C was telling us how much she enjoyed the signing and how nice K was. No argument here. She really was nice and easy to be around.

C is asking questions about different types of movies. This is a good time to tell you that when we were opening the store, C drew the line (her words) at getting the movies ready to sell. She refused to do it. No problem, she helped with all the front of the store product. She was, and still is, fantastic at helping out with lingerie.

G and I were on our second drink when C asks what the difference between someone who does porn movies and someone who does porn scenes. I might have choked on my Patron a little. Yes, it IS possible to shock me once in awhile. Hard to do, but not impossible.

I first asked WHY she wanted to know. Apparently, K does around 20 movies a year (or, at least, she did at the time) and other actresses do thousands of scenes a year. So, what’s the difference?

My response was “the size of their paychecks” and G started to give her a specific answer, explaining how some actresses are paid to do a scene and other actresses specialize in storyline feature movies.

He is doing fine, but all I’m thinking is Where Is This Question Leading? I put my hand up, looked at C and stated that whether it is a “scene” or a “feature film” porn is porn and not a career option. C started laughing and quickly put my mind at ease and told me that was NOT why she was asking. Good to know, happy to hear it!

Until tomorrow!

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