EDITORIAL: I want to point out once again that you can’t trust a man who makes his living by beating, raping and torturing teen girls and women. Men who are sadists in a BDSM relationship are there because they feel they have a right to dominate females. Any female. This is no surprise. These are girls and young women who have had to tolerate sexual abuse and assault in order to work, live, to keep from being stalked and threatened, their own porn used against them as revenge porn. They have been physically and emotionally damaged by what they have had to experience at the hands of men who’ve made billions of dollars doing this very scenario to thousands of girls who end up there. The fact that they are speaking out at all is testimony to their true strength. They do understand the cards are stacked against them!
Having a well known pornstar come forward and getting the support of others that have worked or had relationships with James Deen helps too. We saw with Bill Cosby that numbers speak volumes. You can’t deny the truth when so many come forward. That many had done so before and been silenced was not a surprise either. Victims must come forward and support each other if they want to take down a man who has been promoted and protected by the upper echelon of our society. Unfortunately, it takes many victims to stop a celebrity sexual predator. Unfortunately, our society lets many become victims before they start to pay attention.
Now, let’s talk about the second victim in this article, Kora Peters. Porn Valley’s terrorist group, the Free Speech Coalition, and their hired stalkers have gone to work defaming Kora and working to discredit her story. Why would Sean Tompkins come out from under his rock to attack one pornstar out of many? There’s like 5 others who came before her. Kora has spoken out against the FSC, that’s why. Sean is attacking her because that’s what FSC pays him to do. He is paid by many to run a defamation site used to keep their victims silenced. Diane Duke, FSC’s CEO, may be leaving soon but her work is certainly not done before she goes. As long as these industry hired stalkers are allowed to attack the victims of Porn Valley, there will be no true justice for their victims.
Let’s see, it took 15 victims before people started believing the stories about Bill Cosby being a monster. It took 25 before they canceled all his shows. Kayden Kross was interviewed on liberal feminist rag ‘Cosmo’ today making excuses as to why the porn industry is keeping James Deen’s porn scenes posted all over their sites. She talked about Stoya’s ‘site’ which likely isn’t even really owned by Stoya. Most pornstar specific sites are owned and ran by their sponsoring company. Understand that once these girls are in the industry, they must go along with EVERYTHING or they get nothing except thrown out in the street and continually stalked, defamed and degraded in order to keep them hidden and silenced. They have spoken out in spite of these facts.
Regardless, the porn industry will keep Deen’s porn posted because they’re whoring off the traffic generated from these rape allegations. Peter Acworth and KINK.com have profited the most from James Deen. They will keep promoting a rapist and selling videos of real rape, not that good ole simulated rape stuff that ya’ll keep saying is just fine. I know of many real porn rape videos circulating today. You said you’d be able to tell the difference between the two, remember? THEN HOW COME NO ONE SAW THIS ONE COMING??
It appears Kayden Kross has been trained well by Diane Duke. And being in Cosmo means some hardcore feminists are taking control of the situation. Behind the scenes, they all say forget the victims, let’s profit from this. Any victims we can’t control will be stalked and silenced. So sayeth the Los Angeles porn industry’s mouthpiece with Cosmo liberal bitches at their backs. We already know now that these feminists really sell body parts for a living. Baby parts and lady parts.
If they lose control of pimping these parts, those greedy feminists will lose their pimp recruiter subsidies. We’ve watched as Gloria Allred has done the same many times over the years when it comes to pornstars who are really prostituting. She corralled Charlie Sheen’s victims in a matter of days. POOF, and they’re gone. After all, they’re all supposed to be working together toward legalizing sex work in the entire world. All this crime happening inside our legal sex industries is not helping their cause at all. Amnesty International, WHERE IS YOUR STATEMENT?
How many pornstars does it take before people start believing a man who beats, rapes and tortures girls for a living likes doing it all the time, to anyone he feels like assaulting? The fact that these hideous crimes took place and no one inside the industry did anything to stop it and take care of these victims shows their callous disregard for human life, for American workers and for our daughters.
It’s time to shut the Los Angeles porn industry down, shut down all these legally sanctioned sex trafficking rings, put all these criminals in prison and begin the process of rebuilding the thousands who have become their victims, victims created in part by our own neglectful hands. After ignoring this legally sanctioned rape and torture network for 30 years, many out there masturbating to these victim’s very public rapes while pretending it’s just entertainment, it’s the frigging least we can ALL do!
“We were in piledriver, he was f*cking me in the ass and I said something like, ‘Yeah f*ck me like that you son of a bitch.’ His face twisted and he came down on my face two times—close-fisted,” Rayne says. “I was punched in the face while he was still in my ass and then he starts going crazy on my butt — extreme, brutally f*cking it. He just starts shoving things in to the point where he ripped it and I bled everywhere. There was so much blood I couldn’t finish the scene.”
After filming was finished, Rayne received stitches.
“It took many years before we worked together again … my agent showed up at the end of that scene and said, ‘We’re taking you straight to the hospital.’ He was pissed,” Rayne says. “I was a big money-maker and I was out of commission.”
she says he should have known better and “can’t blame it on immaturity anymore.”
she says he should have known better and “can’t blame it on immaturity anymore.”Adult film actress Kora Peters also shared her story with theDaily Beast, about a time she was filming a “boy/girl” scene with Deen that was not supposed to include anal sex. However, Deen allegedly forced her into it anyway.
“James [Deen] kept trying to get inside my ass but I kept pushing him away, so he choked me then he slammed my face down into the couch and forced himself in my ass anyway,” Peters says. “The crew all high-fived him and told him what a great job he did getting an anal scene for the price of a boy/girl scene.”
When she told her agent, he allegedly responded she “should feel honored that James wanted me so badly because he was one of the best male performers.” Peters has avoided working with Deen since that incident, and is in shock about how Deen “got accolades for raping me on set.”
These two new accounts from Peters and Rayne join recent accounts given by adult film actresses Tori Lux, Ashley Fires and Stoya, an actress and ex-girlfriend of Deen, who shared her story on Twitter about how Deen allegedly assaulted her.
James Deen held me down and fucked me while I said no, stop, used my safeword. I just can’t nod and smile when people bring him up anymore.
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
Deen has released three short statements via Twitter, writing that the allegations are “false and defamatory.”
I respect women and I know and respect limits both professionally and privately — James Deen (@JamesDeen) November 30, 2015
The actor has since resigned from his role as chairperson of the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee’s board of directors.
“APAC recognizes the seriousness of the statements made by performers in the community and that they indicate a major conflict between a board member and other members of the organization,” the group said in a statement.