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I am a bit disturbed by what appears to be a trend in the adult entertainment industry. It seems to me that more and more of the actors are bare backing these days. With AIDS still on the scene and an assortment of other illnesses going around, I dont understand why this seems to be a big thing again.
I have a difficult time finding bare backing erotic because of the possible consequences to the actors. And I wonder how otherd can not be concerned as well.
Lately, I have been hearing that we are all in the same boat financially. I have been listening to people talk about what their lives are like currently. One person whose house is in foreclosure spends aroubd $2000 a month on her dog. Another person told me I needed new clothes and if I couldn’t afford clothes, I should go to thrift stores. Another suggested I would be better off if I charged everything to my credit card and paid that off every month. I continue to talk with people like these that let me know very very clearly that my life is so very different from there lives.
The house my ex and I bought together is in foreclosure. I do not have $2000 to care for a dog every month. I think I spent about $3000 total for the year last year on all of my animals. I do not have any money left over at the end of the month to even shop for clothes, even if it was a thrift store. And I dont know why any one would think that I have credit cards, let alone would use them. And if I could afford to pay them off at the end of the month, why use them at all? Just use cash.
All of this and then some has made it quite clear to me that there is the 1%. There are those in the boat. There are those with life preservers in the water. And there are those who are just barely treading water with no boat and no life preserver. If I am in the boat, I definitely do not have a paddle.