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Meet The POC Sex Workers Giving You The Creme De La Creme Of Ethical Porn
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Meet The POC Sex Workers Giving You The Creme De La Creme Of Ethical Porn

For as long as porn has been around, humans have indulged it.

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I believe the following Will Ferrell quote was once used to describe the rare sighting of "N*ggas in Paris": "It's provocative — it gets the people going." Yet if I didn't know any better, I'd think it was actually referring to the feigned outrage surrounding pornography throughout the decades. And surely, it's applicable. For as long as porn has been around, humans have indulged it — at first in secret and then not so much. Our shame and need for repentance hasn't come to halt but it surely has dwindled quite a bit. If sex sells (because everyone is watching it and doing it), then it's the irony for me — the irony that we would castigate those who bring us excruciating pleasure for delivering what we want. Men lie, women lie, but the numbers do not!

And while we break free of our own shame, it seems that sex workers in the adult entertainment biz have boldly been asked to carry the shame load of shame we got off, while being castigated to unethical standards and exploitation. And where there may have been progression in the digital age, laws such as SESTA and FOSTA set all sex workers back (some more than others, but still harmful). Thankfully, we're seeing many sex workers reclaim some of the powerlessness that came with those laws through platforms such as OnlyFans and Patreon.

The greatest benefit of these platforms is that it has lifted the burden of sex workers having to give up hefty chunks of their profit or compromise on their value due to shady production companies, and sites like PornHub that don't pay for the work they post. Industry folks are finding new, innovative ways to take charge of their art and autonomy — ensuring the creation of ethical porn — porn that properly compensates, protects (from on-set harassment and assault), and serves its workers and consumers (albeit a bit differently).

Really quickly: Black porn consumers are often relegated to racial stereotypes, misinformation regarding pleasure and consent, and much more.

Below are 5 of my favorite creme de la creme favorites of ethical, blackity black porn. These sex workers are creating waves in the adult entertainment industry, serving up orgasms and opportunities to educate. An intimate index featuring all shapes. Sizes. Complexions. Kinks. Now tell me that isn't a happy ending.

1.Raquel Savage

You've definitely seen me rave about Raquel Savage and her thirst trap series on Instagram, but her paid content is even better — worth every penny you won't regret the decision to subscribe. And that's off the strength of the JOI vid alone.

2.King Noire

Mister King Noire is the jack of all trades. From his music career to his production company, he's more than a hard body. But his solid abs and nice size...endowment sure do make a gyal curious. Not to mention the range he brings with his co-stars. In fact, you may notice a few features from this list here.

3.Professor GAIA

The people have spoken and a fan favorite, indeed! Gaia never disappoints. *mic drop*

4.Elexus Jionde

SHOW FUCKING STOPPER! That's what she is! Elexus offers top-tier content with her gifs. If you're not hooked by the time you scroll through that thread — I mean, that won't even happen so I'm not worried. This is genuinely one of my favorite accounts as she puts energy into whatever character she's tapping into. Sis stays serving lewks and body (check the Velma and Daphne look).

5.Jessa Jordan

Jessa brings big personality to her nudes, video, and all that she does. Jessa's works of art are thoughtful masterpieces to say the least.

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