To mainstream, porn is still just a joke

As Vixen Angel of the Year Kendra Sunderland tweets that she is one day going to be a big famous movie star, Asa Akira appears on the season premiere of Family Guy.

Asa Akira was cast as herself in this skit on Family Guy in Peter Griffin’s attempt to win an Emmy award. In this episode, he’ll stop at nothing in an effort to win, including apparently casting a porn star in a casting couch stunt.

I mean good for Asa Akira for getting the gig on Family Guy in the first place — It does mean more fame and recognition for her. But sadly to mainstream, it was nothing more than a stunt.

Guess some things will never change.

 

4 Replies to “To mainstream, porn is still just a joke”

  1. schlermy

    Sorry, but most porn stars majored in study hall. If they got accepted by the mainstream their aberrant behavior would only last so long before they got thrown back out.

  2. spawn777

    It is easier to ridicule sex, especially when you have Trump in office, because no matter how perverse he might be, and how many wives he’s had, he’s empowered the same uber-conservatives that seek to take all the joy out of sex and add all the shame back in.

    Instead, we should step back and pay notice to the fact that when the mainstream went out to get the quintessential porn star, they ended up with an Asian American talent. I can’t remember a time when the quintessential starlet wasn’t blonde, let alone white. Color me impressed, Asa.

  3. nvm

    “Kendra Sunderland tweets that she is one day going to be a big famous movie star”. Seriously? Do realize that there are thousands who come to Hollywood each year to compete for roles. Some have graduated from prestigious acting schools and honed thier skills for years in regional production companies, off-broadway plays, student films, etc… Is she delusional? How do you expect to compete with people with years of acting experience and connections?

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