Guys Gone Wild

As of late, I’ve come across white collar men with an interest in porn blogging. There’s the Algorithm Trading Specialist who works for a “large money management firm” on Wall Street and runs The Money Shot Blog under the name Sherman McCoy in his spare time. There’s the New York City corporate lawyer who specializes in copyright and trademark issues and posts on his MySpace page under the moniker Moxie. The latter’s posts include his commentary on the recently settled Kira Kener v. Vivid Video lawsuit, how the adult industry can respond to today’s oversaturated porn market, and a proposal for porn starlet health care that he calls Universal Whore Care. His law degree is from Columbia. He lists his income as “$250,000 and Higher.” He is 38 years old. Earlier this month, Sexerati blogger Lux Nightmare, who calls herself a “post-porn starlet,” wrote about “Bubble Hotties: Future Johns of America,” a generation of got-rich-quick guys gone wild who patronize prostitutes–and pornblog. As “The Brothel Creeper” writes:

“I know what you are thinking. That it’s all very well for people like me to idealise whores and thieves; to think that the street is somehow noble and picturesque; I have never had to live there. But so what? One day I will. Until such time, I have to pay for it. How else would someone young, rich and handsome get sex in this city? Yes, yes, I know. Prostitution is obscene, debasing and disgraceful. The point is, so am I.”

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