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While in Brazil she got a message from Shelley Lubben from the Pink Cross foundation, a faith-based public charity dedicated to reaching out to adult industry workers offering emotional, financial and transitional support.

The following list is of pornographic actors and actresses who have appeared in non-pornographic films , including the year they first appeared in a mainstream film.

Vivid Entertainment star Sky Lopez appeared in seventy-four films and directed two before retiring from the adult industry, which she called “a long, exhausting, emotional winding road that leads to nowhere but self-destruction.” Now a devout Christian, she’s changed her middle name to “Spring Break” in an attempt to kick-start a career in hip-hop. She cites “the voices in [her] head” as a main influence on her Myspace page, which makes sense once you hear her bargain-basement Gwen Stefani impression. “Moodswingz” is almost as grating as anything Stefani’s produced, but at least there’s no marching band.

At the tender age of 19 (two years before her breakout role alongside rubber-faced man-fart Jim Carrey in The Mask ), Cammie shot some softcore S&M footage with another lucky girl, ostensibly to get some tasteful nude glossies "for her portfolio." (Apparently it was filmed just in case the photos didn't develop properly.)

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Vivid Entertainment star Sky Lopez appeared in seventy-four films and directed two before retiring from the adult industry, which she called “a long, exhausting, emotional winding road that leads to nowhere but self-destruction.” Now a devout Christian, she’s changed her middle name to “Spring Break” in an attempt to kick-start a career in hip-hop. She cites “the voices in [her] head” as a main influence on her Myspace page, which makes sense once you hear her bargain-basement Gwen Stefani impression. “Moodswingz” is almost as grating as anything Stefani’s produced, but at least there’s no marching band.