appalled by the outing, both attacking and defending the young man for his porn stardom with comments about how “disgusting” JuicyCampus was for providing a forum for such revelations of “faults/failings” and discussing the “humiliation” this would bring to Sebastian.
Honestly, we’re kind of like ‘What’s the big whoop’ with this one, just more evidence that porn is the new black… but The New York Times then picked up on the story this past weekend (no doubt because of the delicious Ivy League connection) discussing the “formative lessons” in store for the MySpace/Facebook generation who are quickly learning “that an online reputation is as much a part of one’s permanent record as a grade-point average or a credit score.” They describe young Sebastian as being “panicked and dispirited” when his porn-making was made public, but we’ve got to ask, could this kid have possibly assumed, or cared, that his online cocksucking would be kept secret? (click image for full NSFW glory)
We also find it slightly surprising that a liberal college student in this day and age would be at all shocked or moralistic about finding that one of their own had dabbled in porn (isn’t every 19-year-old these days a jaded slut who’s been around the block 9 times already and made a PornoTube video to prove it?), and we tend to agree with the commenter on JuicyCampus who asks the assembled shock-mongers:
why do you all assume that porn is a terrible thing, made under duress?
what if porn isn’t such a big deal to [the-model-known-as-Sebastian]? let’s keep our morals out of his decision.
Here here. Now we can just look forward to watching Sebastian’s actual shower scene when Dirty Tricks Episode 2 goes live on March 28.
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