Age in Porn: New Article in Glamour.com

milf island 30 rock age in porn at glamour.com lynsey gWhee! I’ve got a new article up on Glamour.com about age in porn! This one was really interesting to research. I learned a lot about how age is treated in porn, on both the production and consumption sides. I also got to talk to some fantastic people, like Nina Hartley, Erica Lauren, Kayden Kross, Angie Rowntree, Jacky St. James, and John Stagliano. And the best part? Although there are some eyebrow-raising titles out there, and some weirdness around the categorization of human beings, most of the people I talked to were pretty happy about the way age and porn go together! A niblet from the article:

There is also a growing number of women who start working in porn later in life, like Erica Lauren. “I got into the business right when I was about to turn 50,” she tells me. She responded to an agency’s casting call and was booked immediately, and she’s been working in porn for thirteen years now. As an older performer, she says, “You do get work! You have less competition doing these things because most think of it as a young person’s game. Once you get older, if you can still rock it and still do it, and there’s not that many people you’re up against!”

Read the rest of “Does Mainstream Porn Have an Age Problem?” at Glamour.com!

Also, in case you missed it, check out my previous Glamour.com “Summer of Sex” article: “Does Mainstream Porn Have a Race Problem?

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