( Editor note: The original Bree Olson Story is located here Real Women, Real Stories. I used excerpts from the CNN article.)
I recently read an article with a Bree Olson Story and how she feels about her life after porn. Her comments in the article for whatever reason really hit a nerve with me personally. If we as a society have gone so far blindly down the rabbit hole that if half of what she said is true we are in serious trouble. I’m not saying I agreed with everything, honestly I thought some of it was just whining. However, she did bring up a few issues that do require someone to explain to the sheeple in a way they can understand.
If you want you, can read the Bree Olson Story article I came across here. CNN
Society’s Perception of Porn Stars
One of the things I’d like to discuss about the Bree Olson Story is how she feels she is treated by society and how she would like to be treated.
Where this is interesting, be it right or wrong, we as humans base most of our decisions on perception, meaning, what we see and what we are told to think based on what it is we see. Let’s be honest she did not create the perception of a registered nurse and soccer mom driving 2 kids around.
She created a perception of a hardcore porn star. Now, I’m not saying there is anything wrong with her career choice, if I’m being completely honest, I don’t really care and I don’t believe it has any bearing on the type of person she is. We as a society have been sufficiently trained on how to treat a registered nurse with kids, however, we as a society have not figured out how we should treat a retired hardcore porn star. In all fairness, the registered nurse could be doing some of the very things at night that Bree Olson did during the day on film and no one would care.
As a society we more or less equate our worth and “morality”, and those around us, to a profession and nothing could be further from the truth. The simple reality is, both people should be given the same respect because they are people. Our professions do not define who we are, they are jobs meant to pay bills. Believe me, just because someone has a profession that we deem respectable doesn’t make them respectable in any way.
When you consider “traditional movies and TV” although an actor may play different parts, they don’t “live” those character parts. Whereas porn stars live their characters over and over. If I’m being honest, most people today are for lack of better terms idiots and stupid. If she were to show up as a nurse in a hospital, people would immediately assume she is there to have sex, because they have seen her do it before and they believe that’s who she is. (I honestly don’t know if she was ever a nurse in porn, just trying to give an example of how porn stars are perceived)
Who is Damaging to Children?
The second issue I’d like to discuss about the Bree Olson Story is the idea she may be damaging to children.
If there was a quote that I personally found to be disturbing and truly offensive in the Bree Olson Story, it’s the one where she feels society thinks she may be dangerous to children. I would seriously hope that society would not think that someone who does porn is a danger to a child. I don’t know her personally and have no idea what type of person she is, but I would gladly have her babysit my young children before most of the good “Christians” I know.
There are plenty of so called “respectable” professions like a priest, teacher and day care worker who are supposed to protect children. Recently we have all read the horror stories in the news of the professionals in those fields. These respectable professionals are in careers where the debauchery is outpacing hard core porn. If you think being a porn star relates to being “un-safe” for children, well, you are a fool and should keep your pathetic opinion to yourself. Just read the media and you will understand what I mean.
Who is a Slut?
Lastly, from the Bree Olson Story I’d like to comment on wearing the word “slut”.
This is my favorite, the same people whether it is the men who secretly masturbate to her movies or the women who secretly desire having the same type of sex she is portraying in her movies are the very same ones who are passing judgment on her. I find that to be quite disturbing.
If you want a little truth that hurts, when a young girl kisses her first guy she is a slut, when someone like Bree Olson performs in Hard Core Porn she is a slut, guess what, no matter what a women does she is called a slut, maybe we as a society should get over the word slut. If I were Bree Olson, I’d walk around with a tee shirt that says “SLUT = 1. Any women alive 2. Your wife , girlfriend or daughter”. Hell, I’d even make it for her and send it. Maybe it’s time someone forced the issue that as a society we need to grow up and stop being idiots. If I were her, I wouldn’t be ashamed, I’d rub their nose in it for a constant reminder of how women in general are treated and see how the sheeple like that.
Honestly, most people’s partners have either done worse than a porn star or want to, so keep the comments to yourself. I’m not saying I agree with her professional choices, but hey, you have to pay the mortgage and bills. I don’t think anything else needs to be said.
THE DEVIANT VIEW on the Bree Olson Story
I found reading her article quite depressing. We as a society have to get over that people actually have sex and it’s usually a lot dirtier than most want to admit. So what, we are filthy little animals and there is no reason to persecute someone who doesn’t hide it. If we were all a little more honest about such things the world would probably be a better place.
The bigger question we should answer, is should we tie morality to sexuality? Personally I don’t feel the two are related, what consenting adults do in their fun time to get their freak on is their business and it means nothing about who the person is. If they choose for the world to see, who are we to judge?
If Bree Olson would have had a story that involved being a single mother who used porn to get out of an abusive relationship or some other tragedy, she would be a hero making $250,000.00 a pop on the lecture circuit and no one would call her a slut. There you go, she should go on the lecture circuit with the title “I Am Slut, Fear My Moan, Empowerment of Woman in Contemporary Society”. She could show and talk about her best hard core anal scenes and being empowered, I bet she would sell out everywhere she went, hell, I’m a talented writer, I’d write the entire thing for free, just because I’m a deviant bastard and like to rub peoples nose in their own shit.
Why it is we continually equate a hero to tragedy and not personal choice is insane? Aren’t the people in this life that make decisions of free will and take control of their own destiny hero’s as well? Isn’t that true empowerment, taking control of your decisions and your life and making decisions that are best for you even if someone doesn’t like it? You shouldn’t need a tragic life to be empowered.
Do we love porn as a society or do we hate it. If we in fact love watching these women live out the fantasies that we all have to some degree, should we persecute them when they no longer fulfill our darkest desires because we as a society cannot bring ourselves to accept what it is we are?
The Truth Hurts, Deal With It
“I am the voice in your head that terrifies you, I am the manifestation of the truth that lies within reality, most importantly, I am the one your mother warned you about.”