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stars, sex and nudity buzz : 11/09/2012

I believe there will be nudity on ITV/Sky new mini-series Falcón (2012– ) starring the likes of Hayley Atwell, Emilia Fox, Kerry Fox and Natalia Tena.

The two part production is based on Robert Wilson’s bestselling detective novels and will be Sky Atlantic’s second UK original drama commission following Hit + Miss.


Emilia Fox (Silent Witness, The Pianist) will play Ines, the estranged wife of Falcón, whilst Kerry Fox (Cloudstreet, Shallow Grave) is his sister, Manuela.


Sky Atlantic is proud to announce the production of a four-part crime drama, set in Seville and based on Robert Wilson's bestselling novels. Falcón premieres in two weeks, Thursday, 15 November at 10pm on Sky Atlantic.

Story: 
Javier Falcón investigates a series of particularly brutal murders, which lead him to uncover shocking buried truths about his own family's history.
Falcón himself is a complex and layered character, with a psychological darkness which mirrors the brutal darkness which surrounds him in Seville. An innately sexual and charismatic character, Falcón is forceful and focussed, happy to ignore the distinction between the law and criminals and embrace his own flaws and addictions when he has stuff.
The hidden side of Falcón’s personality is matched by the darker, more visceral side of Seville; a dark and brutal place which lurks behind the creative and vibrant façade of the city. Set and filmed in and around Seville, the drama will show viewers a side to the city which they are unlikely to have seen before; Falcón’s Seville is shadowy, atmospheric but with a dynamic vibrancy and life.

The first story to be adapted is The Blind Man of Seville, which follows Falcón‘s investigation into a brutal killing which stirs long forgotten memories. As Falcón investigates the crime, and finds himself drawn to the widow of the victim, he discovers the secret truth about his artist father’s violent history in Tangier and the Spanish Civil War.


The second story to be adapted is The Silent and the Damned, in which a double suicide takes Falcón to an exclusive area of Seville where wealthy neighbours keep their secrets well hidden and there’s more in the freezer than just food.


About the commission, Elaine Pyke, Director of Sky Atlantic HD, said: 

Falcón is sexy, visceral and clever. Against the backdrop of steamy Seville, the series promises a different view of Spain and a different view of crime. Falcón will expose the ugly and raw underbelly of Seville life. It’s very sexy and grown up,” Pyke added.


The opening two-part story, The Blind Man of Seville, begins with the torture and murder of a wealthy businessman.
The victim is Carlos Jiminez, a rich guy with a serious prostitute habit despite his wife being Hayley Atwell. The killer has cut Carlos’s eyelids off.
Was it the wife, or her lover, behind the gruesome death? Falcón doesn’t think it was anything so mundane. When the last prostitute used by Carlos is also murdered, Falcón is convinced the perpetrator is sending some twisted message.
That looks like Hayley Atwell as Consuelo Jimenez, the widow of a murder victim who may also be the number one suspect. Falcón falls in love with her. As one reviewer told me, the two-parter is mildly erotic.

Hayley is so inconsiderate keeping her God-gifted boobies to herself all these years. Selfish and immature I say. If those puppies can talk they'll beg Hayley to let them out for a breather. She going to regret later when her baloobas becomes victim of gravity when she is in her mid-30's. It should be displayed in its prime - supple and tight. Christ...want to put my face right in the middle of those melons and suffocate to death in ecstasy.
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Just hoping Restless will be a faithful adaptation of the novel and we at last get a clear view of part-yankee all-limey tits with nips visible.

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Britt Robertson Is UNDISCOVERED GYRL!Britt Robertson

Only on the internet can you have so many friends and be so lonely. True story guys! Ok, I know this is probably not something that will have your full attention, but I find this story interesting so here we go!

Britt Robertson, probably best known from The First Time rom-com, will star as the lead in an upcoming indie drama Undiscovered Gyrl, which comes from Allison Burnett.

And when I say – it comes from, I mean that Burnett will direct the whole thing, and the movie will be based on his own novel of the same name that was published by Vintage Books in 2009.

The movie will center on an emotionally-troubled and imaginative high school graduate who decides to take a year off before college and start a blog as her life begins to spiral out of control. As you already guess,

Robertson is on board to play that girl, named Katie Kampenfelt, and just in case you want to hear even more details about this project, here’s an official synopsis for Bunett’s novel:
Beautiful, wild, funny, and lost, Katie Kampenfelt is taking a year off before college to find her passion. Ambitious in her own way, Katie intends to do more than just smoke weed with her boyfriend, Rory, and work at the bookstore. She plans to seduce Dan, a thirty-two-year-old film professor.
Katie chronicles her adventures in an anonymous blog, telling strangers her innermost desires, shames, and thrills. But when Dan stops taking her calls, when her alcoholic father suffers a terrible fall, and when she finds herself drawn into a dangerous new relationship, Katie’s fearless narrative begins to crack, and dark pieces of her past emerge.
See, I told you this could look cool! Especially now when we have Robertson as that crazy bitch. Described as sexually frank, often heartbreaking, and bursting with devilish humor, Bunett’s novel definitely deserves a big screen adaptation.

Who agrees?
Undiscovered Gyrl Cover

* Oh my sweet Britty Robertson. It appears she is ready to show off her new plastic boobs to the world. I wrote about her back in October suggesting she was dropping her nudity clause. 
It appears Ms.Robertson is doing the lead role of Katie Kampenfelt based on writer Allison Burnett 2009 novel Undiscovered Gyrl. Alison is a dude by the way and he also a screen-writer of middling quality. 
Apparently the adaptation was shelved few times before Allison finally raised the funds and snared an actress willing to show upper frontal in non-sexual situations. Body double will be used everything else imho. The first chapter of the book itself is filled with sex. Katie fucks Dan the older guy and then Rory the boyfriend. 
This also confirmed Britt and rep had a discussion about her career and the long-term projections. The 22-years old then agrees to dump the nudity clause. She don't want to be forever stuck in teenybopper characters. It's time move on to far more challenging and darker flicks.
with Gia Mantegna who plays drug-addicted Jade

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Amanda Seyfried : Vanity Fair magazine [December]2012

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* Unless you guys been living under a rock, Amanda almost perfect breasts will be a contender for nude scenes of 2013 in upcoming Lovelace. Never mind she doesn't look like Linda Lovelace. Don't bother to hope for full-frontals even with merkin according to Ms.Seyfried herself. Amanda and her team was heavily involved in post productions particularly the editing to make sure everything was tasteful. 

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SKRILLEX and WOLFGANG GARTNER : THE DEVIL'S DEN






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* Most celebs freaks out when they see the hits for google search usually geared towards nude pics of themselves (without the safe filter). But Yvonne Strahovski is being good sport about it albeit the prerequisite self-consciousness. She don't want to be remembered for nudes alone in her stint on Dexter. Got a gut feeling Yvonne will surprise us this week too with tiny bitty of nudity.


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Jennifer Lawrence's December 2012 ELLE Cover Shoot


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Reel Women: ‘The Sessions’ Has Some Naked Problems

by: Britt Hayes

The Sessions
The Sessions‘ — out now in limited release — is based on the true story of poet, journalist and cripple Marc O’Brien, a man confined to an iron lung for most of his life who seeks out the help of a sex surrogate to experience the act for the first time. But for all its talk of body comfort and its cavalier attitude toward nudity, ‘The Sessions’ spends a lot of time obscuring Marc’s body while giving us full access to that of his surrogate.

In a recent piece on Criticwire, our own Matt Singer addressed the double standard in ‘The Sessions,’ in which Helen Hunt’s sex surrogate Cheryl is shown naked, full frontal (and, excuse me, but I noticed — no merkin), in 90% of her scenes, while John Hawkes‘ Marc is consistently obscured by carefully placed sheets. We get a peek of suggestive pubic hair, but mostly Marc is covered in a film that seeks to expose. Director Ben Lewin had this to say about his decision to keep Marc’s body covered:
“‘My task was not to challenge the MPAA,’ Lewin said, adding that any male frontal nudity, especially showing O’Brien in an aroused state, would guarantee a NC-17 rating… ‘I was pretty aware of [the MPAA’s] attitude toward erect penises — that we’d immediately be dumped into quasi-porno land,’ Lewin said. ‘And there was no point in showing John’s penis if it wasn’t erect.’”
That seems like a fair argument, and Lewin is right in that the MPAA hates penises. I don’t want to tell a filmmaker how they should have made their movie — that’s not my job. My job is to critically analyze the decisions they made, and so I believe that not showing Marc’s nude body in any context was a mistake, particularly when — during a rather poignant sequence — Helen Hunt holds a full-length mirror to Hawkes’ nude body so he can see what it looks like for the first time in 30 years. The camera cheats and we are not permitted to view his body, which keeps the scene from feeling as though it has any density. And during this scene, would Marc have needed to be erect anyway, when he and Cheryl are sharing an emotionally charged moment rather than a sexual one?

Perhaps the lack of Marc’s nudity wouldn’t feel as prominent if Cheryl’s character weren’t so cavalier about her own body — that’s not a complaint. One of the issues with the film is that, for its emotionally weighty content, it often feels too breezy, concerned with moving through Marc’s story rather briskly. Cheryl never feels like a fully-formed character because this is Marc’s movie, so we see just enough of Cheryl’s personal life without really digging into what makes her this “saint,” as her husband calls her. But the one thing that stands out is the way that Cheryl is very comfortable with her own skin, and her casual attitude toward nudity is infectious. She’s trying to show Marc that nudity isn’t a big deal or anything to be afraid of — it’s simply human nature, and better yet, Cheryl never expresses this verbally, but every time her clothes come off, it’s understood.

And while this is one of the film’s biggest strengths, it’s also one of the biggest problems: for having such a cavalier attitude toward anatomy, why is Marc consistently covered while Cheryl is almost always exposed? We remove the man from the iron lung just to place him under sheets. I don’t think Ben Lewin is guilty of being a sexist, but I do think that by catering to the MPAA, he’s a tiny cog in the mechanism of the great Hollywood sexism machine.

Women can be naked in film all the time and seeing them nude, full frontal, is no longer the titillating and voyeuristic prospect it once was. We’ve grown so accustomed to the female form that we hardly bat an eye when an actress tosses off her clothes — and that’s because we feel entitled. We’ve been spoiled by female nudity in media to the point where we now feel as though the promise of a naked woman is almost always implied. I’m not saying there are men throwing popcorn at screens when a woman doesn’t disrobe, but when there is female nudity, we no longer appreciate it — we simply believe we deserve it.

And this brings us to the biggest issue of all, and the one that is most closely entwined with the MPAA’s unfair standards: we, as a society, claim ownership of the female body. Yes, the recent election proved that us ladies are no longer interested in having our bodies controlled by bureaucrats and we’re going to support candidates who believe us capable of making our own decisions, but there still exists this prevalent societal thinking that women’s bodies are not their own (unless we’re on our periods, because then our bodies become our problem, right?). It’s archaic, just like the MPAA, and it’s why we see Helen Hunt completely nude no less than four times in ‘The Sessions,’ while John Hawkes’ body is politely covered.

The MPAA actively wants to protect the bodies of men while exposed women can run in herds across the screen for all they care. I’m not against nudity, nor do I think either sex in need of protection, but what does it say on a social level when we are not allowed to view naked men (and by naked, I do mean penises)? It means that to people like those on the board of the MPAA, a man’s body needs protection, while a woman’s does not. And you need only browse most magazines, commercials, and television shows to see that women are routinely exposed and treated as objects while men are not. (Except for on HBO original series, but it’s not TV!)

‘The Sessions’ is a lovely, heartwarming film, sure to earn Hawkes a best actor nod at the Academy Awards, and the kind of film that can really please a crowd — it’s sweet, but perhaps a little too trite given that it’s a 90 minute film about a crippled polio survivor experiencing sex and genuine love for the first time in his life. I don’t want to undermine the film’s good qualities here, but it does unfortunately exist as proof of the double standard with nudity, and the way that Hollywood continues to cater to the MPAA, perpetuating this idea that women do not own their bodies and we somehow owe it to the general public to be naked.
But yes, other than all of that, it’s a good movie.

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Next steps: 2012 Spotlight Prize winner Faye Marsay

6th November 2012

2012 Spotlight Prize winner and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Graduate Faye Marsay, who has been cast in BBC Two's adaptation of Philippa Gregory's The White Queen
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School graduate Faye Marsay was crowned Spotlight Prize 2012 winner in July, after impressing the judges with her performance of Motherland by Steve Gibson.
Since then, Faye, who is represented by Curtis Brown, has been cast as Anne Neville in the BBC’s adaptation of Philippa Gregory’s The White Queen.
Faye, who impressed a judging panel that included Amanda Redman, Dan Hubbard, Jerry Knight-Smith and Daniel Mays, has been filming in Bruges and we caught up with her to find out how her working life post-Prize has been going.
What have the past few months been like since winning the 2012 Spotlight Prize?
It’s been very busy! Which is so nice. I still can't believe I actually won it! I’ve had quite a few auditions and met some nice people.
Now time has passed since the Showcase, what do you remember from the night? How did you celebrate?
I remember it all being a bit overwhelming, but in a good way. I just enjoyed myself really and tried to have a laugh despite the nerves. I celebrated in different stages, with mates from drama school and then I went back home and celebrated in the North East with my mates and family up there.
Did you get any interesting offers or make any good contacts following the Prize?
I was lucky enough to be seen for a variety of different projects and for that I am so grateful.
You’ve since landed work on the BBC’s adaptation of The White Queen. How did that come about?
It was one of the auditions I got after winning the Prize. I met the casting directors and the next day I auditioned. I think it took about three weeks for them to cast me, so I thought maybe it wasn't meant to be and just cracked on with other stuff. Then I got a phone call telling me I got the part. It was a massive shock actually. I’m still getting used to the idea that I have been allowed to play this role.
What’s it been like filming on-set in Bruges for The White Queen?
It's both amazing and scary at the same time. Amazing because here I am on this film set with all these actors who have been doing it for years, and who are all looking after me and showing me the ropes, and scary because I just want to get it right and do it justice. I am extremely lucky to be in the situation I am in, and will be forever grateful. I’m learning so much.

How are you finding the demands of working on a major TV drama?
It's really hard work and everything is run like clockwork. The crew work incredibly hard. The whole thing runs like a big machine and everyone has their one job to focus on.  When it all comes together it is amazing!
The hours are long but for me, I like to watch and learn and see how it all works.  Like I said, so many skilled people contribute to achieving this one goal and that is a really lovely thing to see.
What’s next for you after The White Queen?
I don't know to be honest. That's the thing isn't it? None of us really know what will happen next.  But I hope for more work again and maybe get back on stage as well. We shall see what the industry is doing and whether there is room for me to play another part.
What’s been your most memorable moment in the months since winning the Spotlight Prize?
Ringing my mam and telling her I had won and being cast as Anne Neville: the kingmaker’s daughter.

The White Queen will be broadcast on BBC One in 2013. For more information on The White Queen, please visit the BBC Press Centre.

Faye is represented by Curtis Brown Group. To find out more about her winning performance and for more information on the 2012 Spotlight Prize, click here.

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Miss USA Contestants Lip Dub 'Call Me Maybe'
Miss USA pageant contestants take part in this awesome lip dub of Carly Rae Jepsen's hit pop song, "Call Me Maybe." Even Donald Trump makes an appearance!


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Sherlyn Chopra to shoot Kamasutra sex scenes in Hollywood

Model-turned-actor Sherlyn Chopra, who grabbed many eyeballs for venturing into a complete nude photo shoot for Playboy magazine, will soon be seen doing more bold scenes in her upcoming film Kamasutra.

The makers, however, are taking extra precautions by shooting the said explicit scenes in Hollywood.

The director of the film, Rupesh Paul, does not want it running into any sort of trouble, in case they incite some kind of a social protest. He is presently in Los Angeles and soon hopes to hire a studio there.

“Considering the touchy cultural atmosphere (in India) and the people’s sentiments; we have decided to shoot the scenes outside India. I met a line producer here who is well experienced in the field, and can easily facilitate any studio in Hollywood for the nude scenes,” says Rupesh.

Rupesh tells us that it was his close friends from the industry, who cautioned him about proceeding with the shoot here. “I was getting calls from my friends, warning me that no nude scenes should be shot in India. It may create unwanted issues. Some communal organisations can even exploit the situation just to make headlines,” he adds.

The director will be shooting the rest of the film and its songs in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai.

She recently created history by becoming the first Indian to pose nude for Playboy magazine. Though she received flak for the provocative content, Sherlyn is unfazed. In fact, we now hear that Sherlyn will be seen as a leading lady in Kama Sutra, a movie that will be made in 3D by director Rupesh Paul.

Paul had announced his plans for the film when he premiered his maiden Hollywood venture Saint Dracula 3D at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. He also said that he plans to premiere Kama Sutra at the same prestigious international film festival in 2013.

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Is Nudity Still a Box-Office Draw in Korea?


englishnews@chosun.com / Nov. 09, 2012

Testing the legal limits of screen nudity can often be an effective way to publicize a new film, and getting a star to show as much skin as possible is a shortcut to wide media coverage. But increasingly there are signs that such marketing strategies no longer guarantee success.

Evidence to the contrary might be provided by a look at the box office performance of movies released this year that drew a lot of attention for nudity. "A Muse," which drew attention for nude scenes by rookie Kim Go-eun, managed to pull 1.35 million moviegoers. "The Scent," starring Park Si-yeon, drew 1.25 million viewers, while "The Concubine" starring Jo Yeo-jeong attracted 2.64 million.

"The Taste of Money," which was invited to this year's Cannes Film Festival, drew 1.17 million viewers, and "House with a Good View," the debut film of comedienne Kwak Hyun-hwa, drew just 1,500.

With the exception of "A House with a Good View," all of the racy films attracted more than a million viewers, and "The Concubine" more than 2.5 million. They were not box-office sensations but fared pretty well. But film critics say it was not nudity that made them successful.

In "The Concubine," Jo took another shot at a racy role following her 2010 movie "The Servant," which drew 3 million viewers. But the film garnered rave reviews not for nudity but for its depiction of human greed and ambition with a well-knit storyline.

"Marketing a movie by getting actresses to bare more skin can create some hype, but that alone doesn't guarantee a film's success," said one movie industry insider. "Ultimately, the key factors are whether a movie is interesting and how well it is made."

Although nudity may play some role in a movie's box office success, that does not always mean viewers will choose to watch it, he added.

This year's popular films by and large drew moviegoers based on their plots rather than nudity as in films like "Architecture 101" released in March, "The Thieves" in July, "The Grand Heist" in August and "Masquerade" in September.

"A growing number of moviegoers are bored with nudity as a gimmick to market films," said another industry insider. "They've started to feel put off by such tactics. Fundamentally, a movie must be well crafted. Filmmakers can't afford to overlook the truly important elements of a film in order to draw the attention of viewers."

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SKorea’s secret: Runaway teen prostitution



Seoul, South Korea - South Korea is paying a high price for its rigorous education system - a major reason for its economic success - with teenagers increasingly turning to prostitution after fleeing home to escape academic pressure.

An estimated 200,000 youths - at least 60 per cent female teenagers - roam the country's streets. About half have worked as underage prostitutes, according to the latest government figures.
Many say they initially ran away to be with friends instead of studying, and later ended up selling their bodies to earn money to survive.

"In high school, I would say that massive academic pressure is the main driver pushing kids onto the streets," says a professor at a prominent South Korean university, who requested anonymity because of the issue's sensitivity in the country.

This reporter spent several weeks talking to runaway girls. All were between age 12 and 18, and their names have been changed to protect their identities.
Most lived in a "runaway family", the term they use to describe a group of teenagers who meet in Internet chat rooms and develop relationships based on selling sex.
Such "families" often sleep together in hotel rooms where they've sold sex beforehand. Or they're made up of one or more underage prostitutes who seek shelter in rooms owned by individuals who, in return, expect them to do anything from chores to selling sex.
The prostitution problem in South Korea continues to stump authorities. An estimated 1.2 million women are believed involved in the business - or about 20 per cent of all South Korean women aged 15-29.

From schoolgirl to working girl
Yu-ja, 18, says she first ran away at age 12 from her parent's home so she wouldn't have to study, and could instead, "play, chat and smoke with her school friends all night at playgrounds". She left for a few days, sleeping on subway trains.

The professor says "intense pressure" on students begins as early as age 12.
"High school students are being forced to study every day after school until late at night, often until 1am, by their parents so they can get into a good college, a requisite for obtaining high-paying jobs," he says. 
South Korean students have ranked in the top 10 among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries annually since 2000, he notes.

Yu-ja was 14 the second time she fled home, again to get away from schoolwork and "to have fun". This time she began selling sexual services for about $275 through Buddy Buddy, a popular online chatting service among underage runaways that was later shut down after authorities caught on. A man in his early 20s picked her up at the Internet café where she had solicited him, and took her to his studio apartment in the capital Seoul,a city of more than 10 million people.

The United Voice for Eradication of Prostitution is a non-governmental organization that counsels teenage prostitutes, educates them on the pitfalls of selling sex, and administers rehabilitation programmes. 
At least a dozen prostitution websites operate online, says counsellor Shim A-ra. "There has been an explosion of such sites in the last few years."

The websites are also difficult to police. After authorities shut them down, many operators simply change names and reemerge.

For all the emphasis South Korean schools put on good grades, they fail to warn youngsters about the dangers of running away from home.
"No one ever told me it was wrong to prostitute myself, including my schoolteachers. I wish someone had told me," Yu-ja says. "Girls should be taught that from an early age in class here in South Korea, but they aren't."

The money she earned from her first customer enabled Yu-ja to pay for three weeks of lodging at a jjimjilbang, or public bathhouse furnished with saunas, as well as food. She then, through online chatting, hooked up with a "family" of runaway teen prostitutes.
For a year, she survived by sleeping in hotel rooms where they'd met and slept with clients, paying for her food with sex earnings.

Unloved at home
Moon Young-me, a programme officer for the United Voice for Eradication of Prostitution, says the demands made on Korean adolescents such as Yu-ja to study hard are not the only factor that causes teens to leave home. She also cited physical, verbal or sexual abuse by those they live with.

Yu-ja says the last time she ran away she was 17 and had been kidnapped by her father to his residence from her mother's home. There, he beat her regularly for refusing to take part in track and field activities in high school, so she could get into college despite poor grades.

Yu-ja now lives with Hyun-ju, a 12-year-old runaway prostitute who was sexually abused when she was in third grade by an uncle who lived at her home. Yu-ja came to the interview with Mi-kyung, a 15-year-old runaway from the southern port city of Busan whom she also resides with.

Mi-kyung says the reason she first fled home was that, like Yu-ja, she wanted to avoid schoolwork and be with friends. Showing up with hair and lips coloured bright red, Mi-kyung insisted she had never sold sex despite living on the streets for years. Her claim, says the centre's head counselor Cheon Bo-gyeong, may be false since underage runaways are extremely reluctant to talk about sex work.

Prostitution by underage girls on South Korea's streets is rising despite counseling services and centres trying to stem the practice. Almost all these facilities are run by state or local agencies.

Officials refused to answer questions, saying the country's reputation would be harmed in the eyes of the international community if the sensitive topic was broached.

The largest agency responsible for helping runaway teenagers is South Korea's Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. A high-level official requesting anonymity says while the ministry "acknowledges the problem, government agencies … conducting research to resolve the situation have not yet found a solution".

Dangerous profession
Cheon says runaway teens normally perform sexual services at a motel after using Internet chat rooms or smartphone applications to hook up with male customers. Sometimes they are raped if they refuse to indulge in unorthodox sexual practices, she says.
"One customer even slipped his wallet into a teenage prostitute's bag after having sex with her at a motel. He refused to pay her for her services after accusing her of stealing his wallet and beating her for the theft," Cheon recalls.

Shim says the most common way teenage girls become prostitutes is for boys or men in their 20s to trick them into selling themselves.
She cited the case of an 18-year-old runaway prostitute she had counselled. Three weeks after becoming romantically involved with a young man and moving in with him, he and seven friends gang-raped her.
"Their intention was to sell her to other men, but she contacted an older woman friend from an Internet café when she was with the eight rapists, who helped her escape to a shelter for underage runaway prostitutes," says Shim.

It is common for many teens to contract syphilis and other sexually transmitted diseases. "The girls more frequently go without condoms, since most of their male customers refuse to wear them," Shim says.

Once young women get involved in the business, it's difficult for them to leave, Cheon says. "About half of the girls we counsel turn away from prostitution, but the other half go back to selling sex."

Even for those who manage to escape the sex trade, their past lives often come back to haunt. Former employers at entertainment venues often track down their former prostitutes and threaten to tell their families unless they pay a fee. Many subsequently are ostracized from their husbands and families after they discover the women are former prostitutes.

"In some cases, fortunately, NGO lawyers working on their behalf manage to save them from becoming blackmail victims of entertainment establishments by taking legal action," says Shim.

As the interview wraps up, Yu-ja confesses she is "now tired of being a prostitute". Since she is old enough to earn a legitimate living, she says she plans to support herself by "cleaning Internet cafés".

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* Do all Polish girls look alike? Yvonne Strahovski dodge the 'real' nudity bullet (so far) but don't fret guys, I found a perfect doppelganger:

Look who's doing porn.....Miss Polonia (Polish-American) Manhattan 2012 Katarzyna Tyszka.
19-years old Katarzyna just graduated from high-school and plans to study economics and management. Before that she needs to save money and thanks to her older sister Natasha found the perfect place to earn quick cash: Pornland
Her porn name is Natalia Starr. Check out her twitter.
That's her sister Natasha Starr on far left in black laced dress. Runs own web-site specializing in gang-bangs with black dudes. She recently did her first pro-Anal DP at BlacksOnBlondes site. Both sisters are black cock lovers. Natalie is taking it slow but her hunger for ebony sticks will make sure she be satisfied by black bulls soon on the same site.
This shoot for DigitalDesire.com is her first ever professional nude modeling.
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Recently did her first boy-girl scene on-cam
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Her new BFF is Teal Conrad. Both are staying in the same model house. Both plan to work for a long time in the biz and be super successful.
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Smut biz is facing some tough times with Measure B coming through and expected migration to Sin City looking inevitable. The more folks attempt to crush the industry the stronger it will become. Girls like Teal and Natalie are best examples of normal girls with normal background choosing porn as a viable career. Heck...some parents actually don't mind their daughter fucking on-cam. AmateurAllure site recently had couple of girls 'performing' on set while their mums waited outside in the car. Porn is becoming a feasible job opportunity; similar to stripping - a way to make money and working through college. It's flexible and once you go past the 'wall'(*) it should be a smooth ride. It's actually an achievement if the girls managed to stay in the hardcore biz for 3-4 years before moving on.

* Fucking strangers almost daily on-cam can be extremely stressful - physically and emotionally - even for girls with high sex drive. One of the main reason for the female talents quitting within weeks. Most porn agents are still in for short-term profits, treats the girls as fast expiring commodities rather than as a long term investment and protecting their clients from over extending themselves.

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