Employers across the adult entertainment industry say they're seeing an influx of applications from women who, like Brown, are attracted by the promise of flexible schedules and fast cash. Many have college degrees and held white-collar jobs until the economy soured.
"You're seeing a lot more beautiful women who are eligible to do so many other things," said Gus Poulos, general manager of New York City's Sin City gentleman's club. He said he got 85 responses in just one day to a recent job posting on Craigslist.
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"It is like giving a speech, but instead of imagining everyone naked, you're the one who's naked," Brown, 29, said.
The article comes--thoughtfully--with a suggestion to not actually do porn until you've considered the impact on your friends and family. This is where we are as a country. This is what Wall Street has done to us.