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Drunk and Naked for the Camera: Predators Exploit Young Girls for Online Porn Business

Reality is quite different from 'Spring Breakers' for the non-celebs when it comes to sex on the Internet.

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But the young women who go down to spring break and find themselves at a party with a Girls Gone Wild camera crew don’t have a backup team. The young women who find themselves on Eric Whitaker’s "Backroom Casting Couch" don’t have a backup team either. Real or fake, whether they get paid or not, these young women show up at some strange crappy porn office alone and they leave alone. That’s why it’s so hard to think of the young fans of Gomez, Hudgens and Benson taking this film’s hypnotic images of sex and debauchery into the fabric of their subconscious: because if they should explore their sexual power publicly in the same way as the stars they love, no one will be there to back them up. They will do the things they’re scared to do and be the fall girls for America’s projections alone. 

It is a great American disaster that our society continues to punish women like Elizabeth Hawkenson and the underage stars of Girls Gone Wild videos, smugly asserting that they should have known the consequences of their actions, believing that they got what they deserve, delighting to push the filth a little further from ourselves and our society by pinning it on someone else. But I for one am delighted that at least in the dirty world Harmony Korine mirrors back to us in Spring Breakers, a pair of disturbed, shaken and stunning young ladies in a stolen orange Lambo manage to make a comparatively clean getaway.

 
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