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As you might have guessed, that wasn't a good idea. People who knew the couple wanted to call it a sex slave, but they did not want to use the word slave. In an effort to try to help them change their minds, I contacted the author, Roberta, and offered to explain how I thought it should be used. I thought it would be interesting to hear what she thought. "I have always thought of sex slaves as sex-negative, if you will," she told me in a letter. "Sex slaves have a negative connotation, and if you are going to be called a slave you're likely to be called one. I have thought of this as a positive connotation, and a positive thing that I have been able to help others realize." So let's see if it was positive. To start, I was a little surprised to find that Roberta did not consider her book "sex-positive." After all, there are many sex-positive books available that deal with the subject, so what makes "sex slave" an exception? After some research, I found that the word "sex slave" was popularized in English by the nineteenth century. It became a synonym for sex slaves or sex slave rings. Roberta tells me that the word became associated with the sex trade and that it "was seen as a negative and degrading image in the nineteenth century." In the early twentieth century, the word became popularized by a movie star, Vivien Leigh, who used the word in her book, "Gorgeous Ladies." I'm not sure that this is true, but I do find it interesting that it is the twentieth-century term of art. Vivien Leigh's book is a feminist text, but, according to Roberta, "Vivien Leigh was not a feminist, and she did not understand the role of sex slaves." In Roberta's book, the title refers to the fact that the main character in the novel is a sex slave. But, Roberta tells me, Vivien Leigh also thought that she was being "positively helpful by using the word sex-slave to refer to those who were used and exploited, who had to live in slavery because of their age, because of their race, because they were a woman, and they were used for sex." Roberta also says that, when she and Vivien Leigh met in an interview, "she said, 'I don't want to be associated with it.' I said, 'No, no, you are not. The word is sex slave. It is not a positive word.' " She tells me that she doesn't think the word has much to do with the history of slavery. It's much more a modern concept. Roberta tells me that, "sex slaves in the United States are not like lesbian ass licking those people who live in Africa who are used to their body and then they have to sell it for some price." But, she says, she does think that the word is still very much associated with sex slavery today. There is some truth to that, but it's a mixed truth. Roberta does use the term sex slave to describe women. "We know that for some, sex is all about power and that they are very easy to control," Roberta says. But, she goes on, "sex slaves also can be very sweet, tender and loving. If you go down on a slave, they have no choice. You're not trying to control them, you're trying to get the job done." It's not the sex that's the problem, it's the slave's mind. Roberta has been doing porn for eight years, and she says that the industry is a business. She was a sex worker back when the industry wasn't as well known, so she doesn't mind sharing her experience. "The best sex in the world is no sex. If you're a slave, you are a slave. It's all about power, and if you can control a slave's mind, you control them. The fact that there are lots of girls who are willing to try and do something for you is not a problem because that's all they know about it. It's what they do."
This is an interesting view for someone who has been in the industry since age 11. The idea of power is a hard concept for anyone who has never been forced to have sex. Keogh's view, in fact, echoes the work of feminist and sex work rights activists in the past decade.
"I'm not against sex, I think it's great that we have sex." I told Keogh about my past encounters with the BDSM community.
"Well, if you're into that sort of thing, I do have some tips for you," Keogh responded. "I'm a lot of girls who have been in the business for a long time, and it's a very intense thing. The sex scene is a lot like the movie scene, but in real life, it's a lot more intense. So if you're not a virgin, you could get raped." She went on to say that, as a result, she and the other women she worked with weren't too thrilled about being in this type of business. "But at the same time, we were really getting into this thing, and this is what we were going to do for a living." I think I'm on to something here. "The real problem is not the fact that it's a sexual activity. It's the fact that the person is doing it in front of everybody," Keogh continued. "And they are putting themselves in a position where everybody else in the studio will know and there will be an invasion of privacy." "You're in your home or you're in your hotel room and you just have to do it and say, 'I have to do this' and all these things," she explained. "And you're the person in the middle who is supposed to be the 'safer' young black pussy one and you don't have a choice." She said this sort of scenario happened quite a bit. The other women in the office started to get worried and worried, too. "One day, the office was discussing if it would be a good idea to move our whole office to a new building and to get some privacy so that no one would know," she said. "This is the other side of the coin." She described the office workers as being "really nice people," but they had been caught in a dilemma. They were in the midst of putting together a new website when they received a request from the producers to "use a different image" of Keogh, because she had gotten a little too risqué in a video for their new site. They had to move to the new office. She continued to discuss the matter with them. "They would say, 'Oh, what's this about? You got a video on YouTube that you're supposed to use? I'm not even going to play it, okay? I'm not playing anything at this point. If I see you on this channel again, I'm going to call your boss.'" She then asked what they should do if they heard she was back on TV and the producers continued to harass her. They told her to go to the producers and tell them she couldn't go. "I was like, 'Okay, you know what? I am not going to call the boss, " Keogh recalls. "They said, 'Well, you're going to call me.'" Keogh did, but she was told she would have to come back in for a private meeting. Keogh says that they nutaku games told her that they would need to ask her about her work on the show before they would give her the go-ahead to come back. The next day, Keogh got another call, this time from one of the producers of the show. She says that the producer told her, "You'll never work on a show that has this much violence." Keogh didn't feel comfortable going back to the show again. "They called me in," she says. "I just said, 'I can't do it.' It was very upsetting." Keogh says she felt so violated by the abuse and the lack of protection that she decided she had to leave the industry altogether. "I had an outlet, so I had to leave, no matter what. It was very hard for me." She says that she's now looking for a keira knightley naked job in the adult industry that's better than the one she had. "They're still making porn, so I think I sexlog can do it, but I don't know, and I don't want to know," she says. She still maintains, "I've seen more than enough. This is my last word."
In the past week or so, many people have written to me about these stories. I thought it would be useful to share some of the best ones, along with my comments, because they all illustrate why the industry is so important to many of us. I'm not a lawyer, and these responses are for entertainment purposes only. If you're really concerned about this stuff, see if someone in your area is a lawyer (and if you're a lawyer, I'll link you to their site), and ask them to help you out.