Adult film star August Ames set porn Twitter ablaze this week. Yes, there’s a porn Twitter. Let’s just say I’ve showered three times since making this discovery. Skin is melting off. Maybe another go?
Here’s the 411: someone wanted Ames to work with an actor who shoots gay and straight porn. In the world of porn, this is called “crossing over.” It’s taboo in porn. Kind of like if Frodo Baggins helped Harry Potter hunt dildo-shaped horcruxes. Then enlisted Seven of Nine for a little threesome. Resistance is futile, my precious.
This is normally the part where research would be preformed. But in this case, we’re going to take this Twitter person on their word, because it kind of makes sense. Further research into the matter is how you wind up accidentally clicking on All Bear Gapes Vol 8. I do know, however, California has made it mostly legal to give someone HIV without telling them (see Purposefully Exposing People to HIV is No Longer a Felony in California… and In California, It’s Worse to Misgender Someone Than Infect Them with HIV). So I can understand an actress’ concern.
Leftists don’t. Leftist porn addicts care even less. So they went the cyberbullying route with Ames. Congratulations, porn bots who probably have “Stop H8te” bullying bumper stickers on your old Prius. You hate tweeted someone into a probable suicide.
The Ventura County Medical examiner confirmed the 23-year-old’s death, but had yet to issue an official cause.
Those close to Ames, however, believe that she had taken her own life, telling online publication The Blast that she was prone to depression.
A recent online incident may have triggered the suspected suicide, sources close to the Ames said.
Ames recently suffered a torrent of online abuse after posting on Twitter that she would not be doing a scene with a male performer who had previously done gay porn.
Mind you, the people who hate-tweeted Ames? Dollars to donuts if she wanted to have an abortion, they’d be yelling “HER BODY, HER CHOICE!” Women have the right to say what comes out of their body. But apparently not the right to say what goes in their body. In other words, it’s the porn equivalent of forcing a baker to bake a cake. It’s shaped like bewbs.
Is the bullying why Ames killed herself? We’ll probably never know. She could’ve also turned off Twitter and social media. But depression isn’t such a black and white issue. Methinks porn stars aren’t exactly the model citizens of mental health to begin with.