Ex-Porn Star Shares her Story, Tells Women to Stay Away from Industry

Ex-Porn Star Shares her Story, Tells Women to Stay Away from Industry

Written on March 24th, 2016 in Stories by Anthony Spencer

The stories of women who enter into porn and then get out of it can often serve as an inspiration to quit for people who are addicted to it. Part of porn’s appeal is its anonymity. All the viewer knows is the representation on the screen. But when the real person is revealed, empathy often takes over and makes people reassess their relationship to porn.

Former porn actress Bree Olson has gone on the record saying that being in front of the camera ruined her life. She tells her tale in a new documentary series Real Women Real Stories by Matan Uziel. The ex-star retired at the age of 25 and starred in over 250 porn films. Yet when she encountered the general public, the reactions she received were not kind, personally or professionally.

The reactions were so bad that she found herself staying at home for long stretches, afraid to go outside and face judgment. She says in the documentary, “You become a segregated part of society that has no civil rights group behind it. Life is already hard enough, don’t do this to yourself. The money isn’t worth the pain of what society will put you through forever.”

She now encourages other young women to stay out of the porn industry, and is working to build an acting career beyond porn.

In a way, it’s a lot like how most porn users feel. If their habits were exposed to everyone, most people would feel pangs of conscience. That’s one of the reasons X3Watch works so well. By gathering a list of trusted accountability partners that get notified when you view porn on your devices, it serves as a check to keep you from having to explain yourself if you go too far. For more information about our software and how it can help you with beating porn addiction, browse through our website.