duke pornstar?

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tribeca_regent's picture

so there’s a pornstar with a huge feminist ego at duke shooting adult films trying to make ends meet.

any thoughts?

Palantir's picture

Pics or she doesn’t exist?

Funny though, I thought the point of feminisim was that women would have the opportunity to pursue serious careers so they would not have to resort to being sex objects, but apparently feminism is more concerned with giving female sexuality an equal or greater role in society than male.

Not all men were meant to dance with dragons.

Greenman72's picture

Is she the director or the actress?  

Don't mistake lack of talent for genius. --Peter Steele

tribeca_regent's picture

I thought it was a scam at first. But evidently she’s a rising a starlet who just started shooting from last December. Google duke pornstar. Duke found out about it first (duke chronicle) and she justified her feminism inspired porn career on ‘xojane’. She slut shames the male gender yet preys on feminist equality through men. Feminists say they’re about seeking equality for gender-sake in a righteous manner but at the end of the day it’s about money or sex.

tribeca_regent's picture

Greenman72 wrote:

 
Is she the director or the actress?  
 

Actressangel

I’m not sure if writing her stage name on AF is frowned upon but she goes by Belle Knox. (Mods delete this if necessary)

ohai's picture

I was on a bus once and sat opposite someone who I was 80% sure was a porn actress. I thought about asking “have you been on TV”, but I did not…

Also, I’m not sure what Ms. Xojane was thinking at the time, but she must have known that there is zero possibility of being a porn star and not being recognized at a college campus.

“Be aware of this 40 year old men in our country.They suffer from mid life crisis and are always trying to be in the good books of young girls.” -Rahul Roy

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Palantir wrote:

Funny though, I thought the point of feminisim was that women would have the opportunity to pursue serious careers so they would not have to resort to being sex objects, but apparently feminism is more concerned with giving female sexuality an equal or greater role in society than male.

That was second generation feminism. Third generation feminism is about freedom of sexual expression.  As someone who had to live through second generation feminism, I recommend not complaining about the third generation. 

You want a quote?  Haven’t I written enough already???

Ramos4rm's picture

Womens view on freedom of sexual expression = I want to be slutty but want people to think of me as a virgin and not be judged.

It’s like saying I want to kill people but want people to think of me as a nice person and not be judged.

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Ramos4rm wrote:

Womens view on freedom of sexual expression = I want to be slutty but want people to think of me as a virgin and not be judged.

It’s like saying I want to kill people but want people to think of me as a nice person and not be judged.

This might be my favorite way I’ve ever seen somebody express that.

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No. It’s about “as long as I am careful with my health, you shouldn’t care whether I’m a virgin or not.”

(Which I think is pretty sensible, actually)

You want a quote?  Haven’t I written enough already???

tribeca_regent's picture

^ +1

Third generation feminists might be bordering on dissociative idenity disorder now.

Ramos4rm's picture

bchad wrote:

No. It’s about “as long as I am careful with my health, you shouldn’t care whether I’m a virgin or not.”

(Which I think is pretty sensible, actually)

This brings me to another point…just as this hypothetical woman in the argument above thinks “who are you to care?” can’t I also think “who are you to tell me what should care about?”

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krnyc2008's picture

I think feminism is about women having the same choices in life as men and not being judged for those choices. It doesn’t matter whether it’s career or sexuality.

It can apply to men in some cases too. For example some men can benefit from feminism for being able to make a choice to be a stay-at-home dad and not being judged (by both men and women) for that choice. 

numi's picture

She does a much better job monetizing her assets than most sorostitutes that I remember from my college days. Seems to have decent analytical and writing skills too.

Is she available for hire? As a buy-side research associate, I mean.

tjack82b's picture

I’ve seen this girl in some videos before.

CFASniper's picture

Does she go to Fuqua?

‘Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes.’

~ Henry David Thoreau

ohai's picture

It’s interesting how it is illegal to hire someone to have sex with you, but it is legal to hire someone to be filmed having sex with you.

“Be aware of this 40 year old men in our country.They suffer from mid life crisis and are always trying to be in the good books of young girls.” -Rahul Roy

brain_wash_your_face's picture

krnyc2008 wrote:

I think feminism is about women having the same choices in life as men and not being judged for those choices. It doesn’t matter whether it’s career or sexuality.

Exactly!  I want to be a call girl, but nobody will hire me.  End the oppression!

It was me.  I acted alone.  It was meticulously planned.  I let the dogs out.

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krnyc2008 wrote:

I think feminism is about women having the same choices in life as men and not being judged for those choices. It doesn’t matter whether it’s career or sexuality.

Feminism means different things depending on what era the feminists were active in. That’s why you see people talking about first/second/third wave feminism. Of course, there’s no reason why feminism shouldn’t mean something different to you than what it meant to your mother or grandmother. The only problem is that it makes it difficult to know what exactly people are advocating for or criticizing.

I think even the most ardent right-wingers would be sympathetic to the concerns of first-wave feminists who were largely concerned with getting the government to accept women’s rights. However, even second-wave feminists weren’t necessarily saying that women could do whatever they want and not get judged for it. They may have advocated for stronger reproductive rights, but they were more asking for tolerance in taking advantage of those rights than asking that right-wingers accept their decisions.

Note that your comments about not being judged for sexual behavior are essentially Christian. Jesus protected the adultress from getting stoned, the historical version of slut-shaming. However, the difference between the historical and the modern, is that today’s “feminists” (and many of those on the far-left) don’t just want tolerance, don’t just want to not be judged; rather, they want acceptance. And not even just acceptance, but often want the government to pay for their lifestyle (see the Sandra Fluke controversy). Somehow not wanting to pay for some slut’s birth control becomes slut-shaming. Doesn’t really make sense to me.

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I don’t get it.  If we stop slut-shaming, there will be more slutty behavior going on. 

How is that not win-win for everyone???

You want a quote?  Haven’t I written enough already???

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jmh530 wrote:

 today’s “feminists” (and many of those on the far-left) don’t just want tolerance, don’t just want to not be judged; rather, they want acceptance.

Isn’t it the same thing?

1BigStudMuffin's picture

its funny how many sex-related incidents have happened at this school. I always thought geeky asians, indians, and nerdy whites went to this school.

 Lacrosse kids with the stripper, the chick who blogged about  all the athletes she slept with and her comments on their stamina and manhood, and now this.

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krnyc2008 wrote:

jmh530 wrote:

 today’s “feminists” (and many of those on the far-left) don’t just want tolerance, don’t just want to not be judged; rather, they want acceptance.

Isn’t it the same thing?

No…tolerating is not the same thing as accepting or being ok with. I tolerate annoying people at work…does not mean I’m ok with it.

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krnyc2008's picture

jmh530 wrote:

slut-shaming.

What bothers me is that this concept exists only for women’s behavior..  

A guy picking up a different woman every weekend is NEVER shamed for that behavior.. Hell, for some he is a hero.

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Ramos4rm wrote:

krnyc2008 wrote:

jmh530 wrote:

 today’s “feminists” (and many of those on the far-left) don’t just want tolerance, don’t just want to not be judged; rather, they want acceptance.

Isn’t it the same thing?

No…tolerating is not the same thing as accepting or being ok with. I tolerate annoying people at work…does not mean I’m ok with it.

This is exactly what you’re looking for. Somehow I’m able to watch this at work, but there is some bad language.

http://www.southparkstudios.com/clips/104225/acceptance-speech

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krnyc2008 wrote:

jmh530 wrote:

slut-shaming.

What bothers me is that this concept exists only for women’s behavior..  

A guy picking up a different woman every weekend is NEVER shamed for that behavior.. Hell, for some he is a hero.

That’s not true. After a certain age…right around 24, it becomes increasingly sad to have that buddy that does nothing but brag about how many women he’s slept with. He’s the one that’s out until closing, picking up whatever woman can still stand up.

When guys are 16-22 getting laid as often as possible is an achievement. Shortly after college it starts to get sad and then you realize your buddy just has major self esteem issues.

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@bchad I do find the right-wing argument strange, especially wrt to the Sandra Fluke thing. The argument is basically:

1) Slutty behavior is bad because it can lead to, among other things, children out of wedlock and more VD

2) Government compelling health plans to provide contraception reduces the costs of slutty behavior

3) Lower costs for slutty behavior will lead to more slutty behavior

4) More slutty behavior is bad, thus the government shouldn’t compel health plans to provide contraception

Item 4 just really doesn’t follow from the above. If forcing health insurance plans to provide contraception leads to fewer aggregate bad effects of slutty behavior, even while increasing slutty behavior, then it could be a good thing. Further, aren’t guys like Rush be worried about poor people and liberals having too many children. Woudln’t they prefer these groups take advantage of such programs so that over the long-run the population changes?

My problem with Sandra Fluke was more 1) law school students complaining about being too poor for contraception is ridiculous from a life cycle consumption perspective and 2) it makes far more sense as an addition to welfare programs than to screw with private insurance more than they already have.

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Sweep the Leg wrote:

When guys are 16-22 getting laid as often as possible is an achievement. 

I was referring to early age as well; since later people tend pair off/get married.

But still women simply do not get this “16 to 22” window when they can openly “saw their oats” without being judged. They do not. They either have to do it discretely, or be labeled the infamous s word.  

Greenman72's picture

brain_wash_your_face wrote:

End the oppression!

Agreed.  Women have suffered long enough. 

End women’s suffrage!

Don't mistake lack of talent for genius. --Peter Steele

isildurrr's picture

^

Well the rules are different since in most places men have to do the chasing

Sweep the Leg's picture

krnyc2008 wrote:

Sweep the Leg wrote:

When guys are 16-22 getting laid as often as possible is an achievement. 

I was referring to early age as well; since later people tend pair off/get married.

But still women simply do not get this “16 to 22” window when they can openly “saw their oats” without being judged. They do not. They either have to do it discretely, or be labeled the infamous s word.  

I agree to an extent. First off, I think women are worse at shaming other women than guys are. Secondly, it all depends on how the girl goes about it. I mean, there’s nothing wrong with hooking up with a handful of guys over the course of a semester. Just don’t go through a quarter of a frat house. 

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