Perhaps on a family-oriented investing site, it's inappropriate to ask this, but I feel that I must: When did adult entertainment become cool? I mean, there's not a media venue around now that doesn't feature some adult film star as its main attraction.
Now, I'm no prude, but I just don't understand how private peccadilloes suddenly became grist for public consumption on stage, screen, and TV.
Well, actually, I do have some theories. We have, of course, all heard about the general coarsening of society, and I think that is a real phenomenon. But I think we can really blame -- or thank, depending upon your perspective -- Howard Stern. As an avid admirer of his brand of radio humor and satire, I even went so far as to purchase a Sirius
Female adult film stars have long been a staple of his show, and if you've tuned in to his broadcasts recently, you'd find that hasn't much changed. Yet his success using such personalities has apparently spawned a mini-industry publicizing, promoting, and endearing us to a wider selection of them seemingly everywhere.
Because of the upswing in popularity of adult entertainment, spam is expected to become a growing threat to cell phones in the years ahead. But companies like Private Media Group
While I in no way think it ought to be censored, I also don't think that adult entertainment is so cool that we need to be inundated with images that prey upon our prurient interests. Sometimes, some things are best left to the imagination.
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