Is Making a Homemade Pornography With The “Boo” Ever Okay?
Chris Brown’s new single “Movie” has made light of what many call the Ex-Girlfriend Porn trend. It’s the idea that you’re all wrapped up in an intimate moment with our significant other and then he asks to make a “home movie”. Sounds harmless, I guess. But what happens when that private video hits the big screen?
As many celebrity couples like Usher Raymond and ex-wife Tameka Raymond have proven, usually these little home videos end with a big break-up. And if you’re a bigtime celeb, the video goes viral and is being sold in many sex stores around the nation. But don’t think that just because you’re not famous that your video can’t be seen worldwide.
Many of these videos find their way on free porn websites under ridiculous captions for all the world to see. Some of the videos are labeled with outlandish accusations. Within the click of a button, an inimate moment has suddenly been transformed into a public sex scandal.
If you feel the need to make these risky videos, follow these steps to protect yourself:
- Always maintain possession of the video.
- Sometimes you can get away without actually filming the act, just simply having a video camera running. Some men don’t even look at the video again, they simply enjoy the thrill of being videotaped.
- Video tape, then burn the videos.
- Only participate in this “raw footage” with someone you share a monogamous relationship with. Don’t do it with some average joe.
Similarly, sending naked pictures via any technological device is risky….so proceed with CAUTION! Teens and young adults have oftentimes become victims of this. I’ve even heard of cases where teens have been charged with distributing child pornography! The best advice to is to protect yourself! And the best protection? Leaving all pictures and videos to the imagination…or the professionals… don’t get mad at me if you end up on the world wide web…I warned ya!
A man or woman scorned is NOTHING to play with.
So what do yall think? Is making a home movie ever ok?