How to (Not) Become a Male Pornstar

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About Chris Wiewiora

Chris Wiewiora is the author of the e-book Riding Solo from Thought Catalog. He mostly writes nonfiction, which has been published on nerve, the Rumpusand the Huffington Post as well as many other magazines. He is a regular contributor to The Good Men Project. Read more at www.chriswiewiora.com.

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  1. The Wet One says:

    And yet, Petey-boy has been doing it for 30 years and has made a heck of a career of it.

    I suppose it is an “empty” profession. But so are many many others. At least no one ends up dead. Something that other admired professionals can’t say.

    But whatever…

    That said, that particular scene is pretty solid one isn’t it? I like it!

    Cheers!

    The Wet One

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  1. [...]   (This is the last in a seven-part series over seven days, in collaboration with the Good Men Project, addressing the question: Is Porn a Good Thing? For GMP’s recent posts in the series, check out The History of Porn  and How Not to Become a Male Porn Star. ) [...]

  2. [...] (This is a bonus 8th piece (in collaboration with the Good Men Project) addressing the question: Is Porn a Good Thing? For GMP’s recent posts in the series, check out The History of Porn  and How Not to Become a Male Porn Star.) [...]

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