BDSM, Kink and Pornography

by Aramock Nanuck

     March 1977

The BDSM lifestyle has become a mainstay of much of the adult entertainment industry. It focuses on the relationships between individuals and groups in a more adventurous setting. Bondage, Discipline, Sado-Masochism. Many themes emulate the Slave/Owner situation with an essential aspect towards control and sexual submission.

High Demand

Typically those who seek porn as a release are:

  • Submissive women, particularly those with masochistic tendencies

  • Tiny women who adopt the role of a victim.

  • Strong stereotypical males who want domination by stronger, demanding females.

  • Anyone with diverse desires and an open mind about sex, bondage, role-playing, and domination.

Be Wary

Those looking for opportunities to explore the lifestyle focusing on service in South East Asia will find few credible organizations providing this. There are people inundated with requests from individuals who lack the confidence or ability to 'get-it-on"  on their own; so they tend to ignore most callers; all be it politely.

Individuals in Europe will find a strong community there of reputable companies, look for those who are registered and licensed to ensure your safety.  The United States market is more difficult because outside of Los Angles and Nevada, this is an unregulated and at times opposed industry. Take special care when choosing whom to partner with to develop a film organization.

Build a Portfolio

Individuals interested should set the objective to develop strong portfolios to allow representation by agents to the larger adult film houses. Individuals should use basic facilities and skill crews for this adventure. Many selected do submission videos for distribution. If desired, then they could have a future in adult movies.

Some simple things to realize if you are worried:

  • You do not have to be good looking

  • You do not have to be slim or athletic

  • You can be any age from 21 to 70

  • You get paid for every performance in any commercial movie.

 

However, demo tapes may cost money to create. Commercial offerings going through normal distribution channels provide the most significant opportunity for exposure and revenue. Things to  insist on regardless, however, are:

  • You get royalty payments every time a hotel streams your film

  • You get to choose the type of films you want to make

  • You should keep a copy of your movie on DVD for yourself.

  • Never engage in sessions without the signed permission of all involved.

  • Initial introductions SHOULD occur in a public or social setting.  

 

Credible organizations will not impose fees or upfront charges. They also will do not care if this is your first step into a job or have made films before. Some houses only make amateur movies, so they need new talent regularly. Additionally, they will draw upon the fetish community for experience and serious dom/domes to participate in these activities.

 

 If you are considering this:

be Sane,

be Safe,

be Smart.