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  • I'll be honest. I would discourage it. I guess I'd be uncomfortable, especially if it was a daughter, entering into that.
  • i have always maintained that i could not be supportive of my son if he was doing something that was harming himself or somebody else, and in the porn industry he is putting himself at risk of contracting aids, hiv, or any other disease.
  • Yes, I would support them while they went back to school to learn to do something else;)
  • I wouldn't disown her, but I would feel terrible that I had raised her to have such low self-respect. I would try to encourage her to do something that utilizes her brain instead of her body. If she insisted and gave me a number of valid reasons as to why it made her happy, then I would accept her decision. I would never stop loving and caring for her, but I would be very upset that I had failed her somehow.
  • I'd not love the idea, but if it made them happy, then life is theirs for the living...I would hope that they'd make better decisions than that, however. I'm trying to raise them to have more respect for themselves than that.
  • I can't stop them. I would be devastated. What mother wants to see her daughter or son screwing strangers on film? I don't. I'd feel like a failure as a mother. If I haven't already established an open and honest dialogue with my child at this point, it's unlikely that a discussion about it now would have any impact. I wouldn't "support" it. I would continue to love my child and be there for them through it all. And I wouldn't discuss it with my child after the initial announcement unless they were seeking my opinion or advice. Last thing I want is to alienate my children.
  • I would be supportive if that is what they really wanted. I would only hope that they practiced safer sex and made a lot of money and got out while still young. It's not a choice I would ever have made for myself..but I have to respect someone else's choices for their life.
  • Oh, hell, no. I would go off. I am raising my sons to see porn for what it is destructive and amoral. I don't even allow it in the house. I'm not saying I wouldn't still love them, but I would never support my sons making a living by sexually abusing women for others' veiwing pleasue.
  • NO NO NO, but my daughters 15 & the thought makes me want to puke
  • HELL TO THE NO!!! I'm with Princess Wench Pasobrio on this one! Be Blessed!!!
  • Yeah, I'd be very supportive and keep them a nice hard slap so they can return to their senses.
  • As long as they brought their work home with them.
  • I would listen to them but then I would tell them I was against the idea
  • No and No again .. think thats one of the things i don't want to know .. and will not support them in the choice .. hell no .
  • At eighteen, it's their choice. I might give them a lecture on safe sex or thinking about their future, etc., but yes, I would be supportive, absolutely.
  • Never Ever would i be supportive of this!!!! there are millions and millions of jobs out there and I would have never taught her that parading around in porn would be one that's right for her/him!!!
  • if it was my son, id high five him, my daughter, look at her in disgust
  • No, only because of the health causes and moral dedications to the lord.
  • I would not be supportive but at the same time, they have to make decisions for themselves and even though I wouldn't like it I would respect their choices.
  • H-E-L-L no! That is disgusting and i would not support them. I would still love them of course, but it would make me sick to even look at them. It dont matter if it was my son or daughter!
  • Gross.
  • NO! I'm only 17 but no if I had kids. I mean i haven't got anything against porn but I wouldn't want my kids doing it .
  • no way ever no matter what
  • i wouldn't support them...i wouldn't deny them but i wouldn't want to see anything there doing.
  • I'd tell them to be the best cock sucker ever and then disown them.
  • I'd warn them about the downsides of joining the industry, like the possibility of STD's (performers aren't always tested, nor are their results made public to the rest of the company if they are). I'd also tell them their careers would only last as long as they were young, and that it'd be very difficult to get a job afterwards. After all, not many employers would respond well to seeing "porn actor" on a resume. Maybe hearing about the negative aspects of the industry would turn the person off from going.
  • no i couldnt support that.
  • Sure. I don't think I would want to see their movie, but as they are my children I would support them in their career choice as long as they understood exactly what they were doing.
  • Sure. How you gonna stop em?
  • Honestly... Hell No !!

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