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Montana Fishburne has ignited a new sensation. The porn sensation. Well, it’s not really new per se, but you would assume that this chick has single-handedly brought porn back in style based on the media coverage she is receiving. In case you missed it, there has been daily discussion and constant blogging about this girl while she is creating her identity as the next porn superstar. Montana has officially put porn stars back on the map with the help of porn star/pseudo rapper Brian Pumper, creator of such classy hits as “Oh & It’s Shaved.”

The one resounding question that everyone seems to be asking her is, “Why become a porn star?” No woman in her right mind wants to do porn–so we all assume. Other questions that follow are: Did someone touch you in your no-no place when you were a child? Are you angry or resentful toward your parents? Did you feel unloved as a child? Do you feel unloved as an adult? Are you emotionally scorned in any way? She is being questioned like this for two reasons: The fact that she is the daughter of a famous actor and she is a woman. So far, Montana’s answers have been the same. “No, I just have always had a strong interest in porn and I like to screw.” She went on to say that there were never any issues with her father or feelings of being unloved by either parent and she had a very privileged childhood. Hmm…not the answers we were all expecting.

Sounds fair enough. But to hear someone–wait, let me rephrase that–to hear a woman make such a bold statement has been somewhat of a shocker to everyone. It is as if it is impossible for any emotionally healthy woman to have an interest in porn and a desire to make a career out of it. Surely she must be damaged in some way? That is the assumption of most people.

Playing devil’s advocate here, what if the answer is something less complex? What if the chick just likes the D? Could it also be that she DOES see porn as a job the same as someone who has dreams of becoming a doctor or lawyer? Call me naive but I am inclined to think that it is totally possible.

For one there are plenty of women who enjoy having sex with a variety of partners just as there are men who do. Of course not all of these women are porn stars. Some are our sisters, and friends, cousins, aunts and mothers who work for the city or teach 3rd grade. I’m just sayin… However, in a woman’s case the stereotype is that she must have been abused in some way and that is why she indulges the way she does. Instead of accepting that she could simply enjoy sex we dig deeper and search for the REAL reason. Also, porn is a million dollar industry. There are porn stars who earn big bucks in porn from essentially doing something that we all do. One can also receive a certain level of fame from porn. There are people who are porn fanatics and know all of the players involved and adore them in the same way that others are fanatical about actors like say Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie.

This is why we cannot make the broad generalization that every single woman who becomes involved in porn is damaged in some way. It also does not shock me to hear Montana make the claim that she has always had an interest in porn. Now whether this is true in her case is one thing, I am arguing that it is totally possible for a woman to feel a general interest towards the porn industry. Sure there are some women who have had circumstances of abuse in their life which may have lead up to their decision to do porn. However every single woman? You mean to tell me that every single chick in the history of porn was abused or had some psychological issue? I don’t believe it. I think it is completely possible that there are people in the porn industry that see this as an occupation. Not just people but women specifically.

Are we that judgmental towards the art of porn, and yes there are those who consider it to be an art form, to stereotype every single player in the porn industry as being emotionally tarnished individuals? Every single woman who ever cocked her legs open to take a pounding from a few good gentlemen had Daddy issues? Come on…That would be like insinuating that every single Black person has had experience “A”, or that every single Korean person must have been through “B”. Again, I am not insinuating that this is never an issue for some porn stars but it would be foolish for us to subscribe to the belief that every single porn star is on drugs, was abused in some way as a child, has daddy or mommy issues, feels unloved, is addicted to sex, is an alcoholic, or is some other form of degenerate to society. Some of them see porn as their 9-5 and treats it as such. Others enjoy sex…A lot.

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