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Amature porn killing professional industry.

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The online availability of free and low-cost pornographic photos and videos has begun to take a toll on the sales of X-rated web sites and DVDs. An article in Saturdays New York Times has revealed that inexpensive digital technology has allowed aspiring amateur pornographers to flood the market, while the rest of the porn industry gives away more material in order to lure and maintain paying customers.

“People are making movies in their houses and dragging and dropping them onto free Web sites…It’s killing the marketplace.”, says a porn executive.

And Companies in the business are even supplying much of the free porn samples. “They think that if they give people enough of a free sample, they’ll come back and pay, but that’s not true, but in reality… people are surfing for free material, getting what they want and then leaving.”

Some companies are experiencing drops in revenue of up to 30%, and there are even claims that there has been a drop in the quality of plot and story lines, (as if they could become any worse). “There’s not a whole lot of story — it’s basically right to the sex, but we’re consistent with the quality”, says one industry insider.

Figures released recently show that the revenue from sales of pornographic videos, rentals and purchases dropped to US$3.62 billion in 2006, down from Us$4.28 billion in 2005.

 So people, get your act together, quit filming and showing your home movies online, and let the pros do the work. Your killing the fun for us all, fore-shame!.


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  1. Income down from 4.28 billion to a meager 3.62 billion…poor people. To earn a nickel for porn is more than it’s work to peoples dignity and morals. Why don’t we let people find sexual adventure in their own home or space. Sure it’s a money earner-but at what cost?
    My husband and I have been married 20 years and we don’t need outside help to be stimulated and satisfied…I don’t get it! I think it’s the “we buy what we are fed”
    problem – whether it’s sex or violence. Use your brains and own sexual imagination people.

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