A little while back we published a post in the news section entitled, Behind the Scenes
. It was about digital image processing and retouching and not about sex with the models who pose for Arvod. If anyone was disappointed by that, this video may go some way to make up for it. This is about having sex with the model.
The puritans and the censorious disparage pornography in part because in their view it portrays an unrealistic view of sex. Sex in the real world is different, they say. They want to say that pornography is violent, or that it promotes harmful sexual ideas or practices. Or something. They just want to say that it's bad because they are uncomfortable with their own sexuality. But they are right up to a point, if not to the point they try to make. Sex in pornography always omits the biggest ingredient in most sexual activity, which is the negotiation of sex. In pornography the actors just get down to it. They don't have to go to the cinema and a restaurant first or invite anyone in for a coffee. No one goes about in a daze longing for someone else to call. There is no unrequited love, no heart ache, no broken hearts, no jealous rages, no poisonous envy, no embarrassment, no betrayal, no shame, no blackmail, no rape, no suicide, no murder. There's just no lurve at all in pornography. It's just simple banal sex. Sex with the lights on. Someone asks, "Fancy a shag?" And the other replies "Yes, I'm so horny I'd even happily fuck Donald Trump". Then they get down to it. Invariably this uncomplicated narrative climaxes with a happy ending. Also invariably, made explicit by the man withdrawing before ejaculation. The Pope would surely approve. The only transaction is the implicit one. The actors are paid.
This little video shows the actuality of what went on in the arvod shoot with Vanessa. They shot some pictures and had some sex. No one got hurt in its making.