No form of art stands a chance when compered or measured with the golden stick of porn. Even books, which I have praised previously (perhaps undeservingly) have to retreat in the presence of naked meat-holes and have to acknowledge shamefully the magnificent superiority of a dildo in the ass or a fist in the vagina.
If you are already in your twenties (+), there is a great probability that you might know who Sasha Grey is. For those who are living in a deep and dark cave, Sasha Grey is a marvelous adult entertainer and one of those rare human beings who deserves a statue to be raised in her honor, if only just for this one quote:
“We do have a distorted view of our fantasies in society, but that’s because we don’t talk about them enough. Whereas men maybe try to have sex with their girlfriends or wives like they saw a guy having sex with a girl in a porno movie, women also expect to get a fat diamond ring and a guy who doesn’t cheat on them. We’re taught to expect things that are just not possible. It’s not an exclusive problem to pornography, it’s a problem for human relations.” (Quote taken from – http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/oct/25/sasha-grey-music-porn-industry)
She left porn and went to making music and writing novels only to discover that life remains basically the same. There is no escape from the “fucking” reality. Her statement to the fans about quitting porn is indicative of her personal philosophy, which I am inclined to agree with:
“It’s become quite evident that my time as an adult film performer has expired. Don’t worry, I haven’t found Jesus. It was simply the perfect time for me to move on… while I was on top.”
I hope she wins an Oscar, a Grammy or a Nobel. Get to know more about her, see
Watch her prepare for a scene