Unlike most performers whose careers within the industry often span just months or a few years, Ann appeared in adult films for two decades and has witnessed the industry's trajectory towards more hardcore films. Speaking to The Guardian , she claimed the difficulties some actresses face after leaving the adult industry often relate to the growing demand for extreme porn, and performers abusing drugs. This is not safe. A lot of this new pain comes from these new girls who have to do these abusive scenes, because that does break you down as a woman. The demand for abuse scenes was addressed in the documentary Hot Girls Wanted , which included disturbing footage from a scene constructed to make a sex act appear forced on a female performer. Rashida Jones, a producer on Hot Girls Wanted , described the cycle young women face when they start making amateur porn that she says encourages them to participate in more extreme scenes during an interview with Vice. You can get some other jobs, but the niche stuff pays more, and the niche stuff is harder on your body," she said.
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That is why the Anglosphere is taken by surprise when statue toppling happens, why they do it so childishly and with so little historical maturity. But for the French who have been doing it for centuries it is akin to a national sport. That is why they are more experienced and adult about it and why unspoken rules apply. And they had plenty of opportunity to learn from the domino effect of regimes falling one after the other in a line that stretched from monarchy to republic to empire then back to monarchy, republic, empire and republic, with the Vichy interlude to boot. What the French Revolution taught was that when unleashed the power of statue toppling and associated destruction gains an exponential momentum.
Skip to content. While trying to restore a 19th-century painting left , an elderly woman in Spain says she unintentionally defaced it right. Photos via BBC. Catholic parishioners in the Spanish town of Borja had hoped for a restored century-old painting of Jesus Christ. Instead, the painting was returned to their church defaced. The culprit was an elderly woman who tried to touch up the weathered "ecce homo" fresco herself. She claims to have had the best intentions and even permission from the parish priest. The painting is by Elias Garcia Martinez, a 19th-century painter.