But there are some downsides.
Everybody needs reassurance, not just porn stars.
She chose the obvious option, treated it like a day job—no parties, no drugs, no alcohol—and quit when she inherited some money and didn't have to do it anymore.
Several of the commentators note that most people don't get into porn unless things in their lives have already gone awry.
Would that more of us could say the same.
Most jobs have some unpleasantness of course—and blue collar jobs have more unpleasantness than most.
Either way, it wasn't porn that created the marginalization or the desperation.