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A star of Euphoria discusses the’stupid old white men’-run porn industry.

Chloe Cherry, the star of Euphoria, has spoken out about her past career in porn and acknowledged that it wasn’t as glamorous as she had imagined.

Chloe plays the drug addict Faye in the second season of the HBO series Euphoria, which follows college students as they attend drunken parties and come to terms with their sexuality.

The 25-year-old took a unique path to acting and has previously opened up about how her time as a porn star made her feel “comfortable” in front of the cameras for television.

Chloe revealed on the Going Mental podcast that her expectations for working in the porn industry were not met by reality and that she had developed body dysmorphia as a result of the pressure to conform to industry stereotypes.

Chloe Cherry

She asserted that the fashion industry is not as harmful to body image as the porn industry is.

“I’ve worked in both, and in the fashion industry people just accept bodies as they are. I enjoy seeing girls with a variety of body types on film sets.

“Porn was so strict; there was literally one f***ing body you could have. I’m not sure why, whereas in porn, the preferred body type is still a specific one, people can appreciate a wide variety of bodies in fashion.

Chloe actually asserted that the industry had a hard time keeping up with societal trends and noted that viewers actually preferred a more practical approach.

Chloe Cherry

“I think it is stuck there because I think all the people running it are just old,” the woman said. “It’s just like every other industry, it’s just run by a bunch of stupid old white men.

Why don’t they take a cue from amateur porn, which is watched far more frequently than professional porn, and just use average-looking people in it? Amateur porn sells much better than professional pornography.

Chloe, who moved to Miami at the age of 18 to pursue a career in the adult industry, acknowledged that the grim reality of porn had quickly dimmed her expectations and hopes for her life.

“There would only be the weirdest girls [there], and we would live in a model home… They simply didn’t care. There was one girl who, in her memory, would only use her phone to smoke cigarettes, that was all she did.

Chloe Cherry

People would arrive with strange preconceptions; they would believe it to be a huge sum of money, like millions of dollars, but it’s not like that.

After three years in the business, Chloe had had enough and began taking on small roles in set decoration before landing her big break on Euphoria.

Even though Chloe acknowledged that she had been very committed to her career in the porn industry at the time, she said it was unlikely that she would ever work on an adult set again.

I literally don’t see porn as anything other than a job, so I don’t watch any porn at all anymore, she admitted.

“When I watch porn, all I see is work, just the technicality of the work involved, so I don’t watch any porn at all. Nothing about it interests me. I don’t find anything at all arousing about it because I know that those people are working.”

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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