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 Free Porn for Your PleasurePorn: Business of Pleasure aired their grievances that smut can no longer be sold in high volumes due to piracy on the Internet from websites called Porn Hub, etc. This show aired in July. Tonight the show aired again to give us the low down on how much money is being lose by the industry due to the economy and they way individuals are viewing porn from their computers and homes. I found it amusing and quite entertaining to watch the news channel talking about porn…..CNBC’s Melissa Lee reports on “PORN: BUSINESS OF PLEASURE.”

Because you know that selling pornography is their right to sale to you and anyone interest in getting their smut on.

Since California is talking about legalizing pot for recreational use, don’t be surprise if the subject of legalizing sex for sell on their list of topics to raise money for the bankrupted state.

In another words the industry according to CNBC’s Melissa Lee reports on “PORN: BUSINESS OF PLEASURE.” the sex dolls are pissed that people are taking money out of their pockets. They must find with a quickness new ways to capitalize before they go out of business. The “PORN: BUSINESS OF PLEASURE.” documentary list at least 5 free porn websites for your viewing pleasure.

What does this have to do with photography?…..HD technology and digital imaging changing the game of how folks are delivering porn to the big screen for your viewing pleasure. This boom in technology has changed the way we view movies on the Internet and what folks are willing to pay for….why buy, rent or purchase the movie when you can view it for free on the Internet from wanabee porn stars and piracy. This is the sex and movie industry biggest challenge today. That in itself is worth discussing and gaining a blog post.

It was once too taboo to talk about, but not anymore. In the new CNBC original production “Porn: Business of Pleasure” nothing is off limits when it comes to the controversial multi-billion dollar industry that aims to please but has been known to offend.

The porn industry has changed technology and can be found in millions of homes, hotel rooms and hard drives across the country. BUT, the business is facing economic challenges. It’s under assault and not just from the many critics who see it as socially corroding, degrading to women and a risk to the young.

CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, takes an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look inside the multibillion pornography business, from the threats to its profitability to exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews with the industry’s biggest stars to the one issue that could bring the adult industry to it’s knees. CNBC’s Melissa Lee reports on “PORN: BUSINESS OF PLEASURE,” premiering Wednesday, July 15th at 9PM ET on CNBC.

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