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Social Depravity Reaches New Low: Reality show “The Sex Factor” features wannabe pornstars

21st Century Wire says…

The creeping moral bankruptcy of modern ‘culture’ and ‘entertainment’ is surely set to reach its lowest point ever with this latest reality TV stunt.

The show will feature eight men and eight women competing for $1million and a 3-year porn contract. One of the contestants will be Paige Jennings, who made headlines after quitting Wall Street to work in the adult industry.

Potential host for the show, adult star, Belle Knox.

Perhaps to inject some actual ‘reality’ into the show, certain ‘special guest’ contestants could be included. Bill Clinton would be a top candidate, along with Prince Andrew of the British Royal Family.

Which political figure do you think could succeed in the porn world?

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Men and women competing to be porn stars in new reality show The Sex Factor revealed after auditioning by ‘having sex on camera’ – including Wall Street intern Paige Jennings

Chris Spargo

A new reality show is aiming to turn one young man and one young woman into the next big things in the world of adult entertainment.

The Sex Factor puts eight men and eight women who have no prior experience in a Las Vegas home together as they compete for stardom and a $1million prize.

And among the contestants are Wall Street intern Paige Jennings, who goes by the name Veronica Vain, and recently made waves when she announces she was leaving the financial world to pursue her dreams of porn.

Duke University porn star Belle Knox had previously been named as the host, but has now been replaced by Asa Akira. 

The show is the creation of Buddy Ruben, a former Silicon Valley software developer with no television or porn experience…

Read the full story on The Daily Mail

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