Lola Rae celebrated her 19th birthday a week or two before she did this shoot for Arvod. For one so young, she's a decidedly strong-willed and confident young woman. She knows what she wants and what she doesn't. She has emphatic moral principles. She doesn't drink. She doesn't smoke. She doesn't do drugs. She's a vegan. We weren't entirely sure what a vegan was. She explained, it's a kind of strict vegetarian who doesn't eat meat, fish, eggs or dairy products. So what exactly does Lola do, apart from eat lentils and beans? Well, she likes having sex. A lot of sex. With a lot of different men. And why not? Shortly after she turned 18 she launched herself as a porn star. Many young women who end up shooting porn start off in the shallows, modeling topless or semi-naked before graduating to more explicit shoots. But not Lola Rae. She jumped straight in at the deep end. No messing about. If she was going to do porn, she was gonna do porn.Lola is a liberated woman. She has been fortunate to grow up in Britain when she did. Growing up with an Internet free of censorship has enabled her to understand herself, and possess her own sexuality for herself in a way that earlier generations never could. But now the Internet is facing great dangers from two directions. Huge financial interests are attempting to own all of the Internet and control everyone's access to it. They're succeeding too. And every tyrannical government and tinpot dictator from China to Turkey's Erdogan is intent on regulating, censoring and blocking it. While spying on everyone's use of it.Now, even here in Western Europe, the Government of Brexitland is passing a new law purportedly to protect persons under 18 from pornography. Everyone in Brexitland will be prevented from clicking a link to any website showing even simple nudity until they have had their identity checked against a register of officially held data. Every websites must verify online every casual viewer's name, address and date of birth as well as probably their bank details before they can allow viewing of any image or video that shows nudity or sexual activity. Any website that fails to comply with this regime will be fined a minimum of $300,000 no matter where in the world it's based. And if it fails to pay it will be blocked. Of course no website based in any country but Brexitland will take the slightest notice of this. And they cannot possibly block them all. Besides a growing percentage of Internet users are today using a VPN (probably essential if you access the Internet from a mobile device). A VPN will seamlessly bypass the blocks and one comes bundled in for free with the latest Opera browser.