What Would You Do If A Porn Star Told You To Touch Them? Normal People Are Given The Chance To Find Out! [Video]

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Despite its popularity and the fact that it is a $3.9 billion business, pornography has always been considered to some extent a taboo in our society. The Inquisitr reported on such news on both sides of the porno coin numerous times. For some, pornography is a clutch that restrains especially for those inflicted with the desire to participate or indulge in child pornography, something that has been making rounds more so this year than any other year. Yet, pornography has become a viable source of income and popularity for some, including Farrah Abraham and Belle Knox.

It is known that pornographic movies are a fabrication created to entice the sexual preferences of those who view it. This is masterfully done when professional porn stars work with other professional porn stars. However, what happens when they subject themselves to normal, random people simply by asking them to “touch them?” Better yet, how would the normal, random people respond to such an opportunity?

Produced by Vinema Viral & Media Marketing, the sociological video was created to show a softer — or the human side — when it comes to the interaction between the porn star and the person indulging in their work in a very sophisticated and honest way. It shows an array of insecurities those watching pornography may have in real life. They are brought to light even in this film even when given an opportunity to indulge with no inhibitions. Eventually, said reservations subside and awkwardness lifts resulting in touching and kissing.

However, it should be reported that the video probably succeeds in being sophisticated and honest at two points. The first is when Martin first introduces himself and the second is when a man gets to touch a woman for the first time in his life. The rest, though not horrible, does have slivers of vulgarity that come off obnoxious when watched in the third person point-of-view.

The video was also produced to promote the Barcelona Erotic Show according to TARF.com. The video’s direction and presentation is to on empathy entice a desire to attend an event featuring 10 stages for shows and over 100 erotic industry stars complimented by erotic-message themed areas and product sales for personal play.

In conclusion, the video did succeed in its marketing scheme with over 5 million views. Even websites such as 96krock (Southwest Florida rock station) and Playboy (which I have not linked for obvious reasons) helped with its promotion by writing “news” on it.

Now that you’ve seen the video of porn stars telling normal, random people “touch me,” what is your take on it? Did you find it artistic and honest or vulgar and obnoxious?

[Image via Screencap of Touch Me]