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porno

(1) Pornography, see there.
(2) Pornographic films.
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IAN GITTLER (photographer): People are always interested in sex and how it's dealt with in culture, but a number of things, like sex on the Internet, or a porn star committing suicide, or the tape of a famous mainstream actor that shows he was previously involved in porn, make it seem more like a porno moment than it really is.
Only women brainwashed by the patriarchy could be deluded enough to think they really enjoyed porno, goes this line of thing.
Fast-forward four years, head for the West Coast and meet a waifish hunk with a big talent who just happens to come of age during the porno boom of the 1970s.