James Deen and the Shade of the Porn Industry

Just because your job is to have sex, doesn’t mean that you want to have it all the time. And because of this stigma, it’s hurting rape victims in the porn industry.
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James Deen may be a household name to many porn aficionados, but with the recent allegations surrounding him, he is making headlines in ways that no one saw coming.

The hits keep coming as more women come forward with allegations that the former co-star of Lindsay Lohan sexually assaulted them.

Porn star Stoya claimed over the weekend that her frequent co-star raped her and now two more porn stars claim they too were sexually assaulted.  Deen often described as porn’s “boy next door,” but according to Tori Lux, she was “ruthlessly attacked and degraded” in 2011 on a movie set. Lux further claims that he grabbed her by her throat and shoved her on a mattress.

“He proceeded to straddle my chest, pinning down my arms with his knees. Then, he raised his hand high above his head, swinging it down and hitting me in the face and head with an open palm. He did this five or six times — hard — before finally getting off of me. Disoriented and nursing a sore jaw, I stood up — but before I could collect myself, he grabbed me by my hair and shoved me to my knees, forcing my face into his crotch several times before shoving me to the floor. I was completely stunned, having no idea how to react.”

As the allegations have continued to mount, Deen (with fans known as “Deenagers”) has played defense, running to social media in an attempt to clear his name, proclaiming his respect for women and that the allegations are completely false. The porn industry has already made their decision it seems, with many companies refusing to hire Deen.

It looks like Deen has now become the boy next door that no one wants to invite over.

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