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My Mother's People Were Ashamed of Me

Gram Ponante
When I sell out and write my mainstream tell-all book about the porn world (hint: there is no birth certificate bearing the name Lisa Sparxxx or Courteney Cummz), one of my chapters will concern the adult industry's concept of Hell. In VCA's Cum Greed (you may have heard the hit single on AM radio, sung by Cher and Britney Rears: Cum Greed, that's all I ever heard/Cum Greed, how I learned to hate the word/Cum Greed, she's no good they warned/Both sides were against me since the day I was born), director Martin Del Toro caters to a purplish, Judaeo-Christian version of Hell, more acceptable to people on the outside, when people who are actually on the bleeding edge of this industry are all Buddhists.

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