Dennis Hof’s “The Art of the Pimp: A Love Story — One Man’s Search for Love, Sex, And Money” launches Porn Memoir Week.
Two books tell a story about porn in a (better?) time and place
Since adult entertainment is the purest form of exploitation, it should be no surprise that an offer like Hof’s comes couched in what sounds like concern, in much the same way that Vivid’s pursuit of Octomom included offers of foreclosure relief.
Hof implied that the road from Porn Valley to Pahrump was swimming with disease.
“The difference with Porn Film Vacations is that the guests are in the inner sanctum,” he says, “not a lookee-loo with a camera phone on the other side of a velvet rope.”
Does pornography need to be a searing critique of the porn industry in order to be respected? It’s worth a shot!
I don’t expect Dennis Hof of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch to remember me, even if I’ve eaten In-n-Out Burgers with him and met him several other times. Have I had an HBO show? No, I haven’t. I am indistinguishable from the next person; I blend in everywhere I go. Regardless, when I shook his hand…