The Fine Line of Lightspeed

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June 13, 2006

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I knew a few things about the online porn world before I made it my business. I knew of a few TGP’s, through regular visitation, and I knew some of the Internet’s amateur models by way of P2P networks. One of the companies I knew quite well, through their models, was Lightspeed Cash. All one has to do is check out any of the Lightspeed family of sites, such as Lightspeed Girls, and you’ll easily see what I mean about recognizable models. Yet it’s the very nature of the models that Lightspeed shoots that has garnered a lot of unwanted attention, both inside and outside of the industry.

The Lightspeed brand focuses on teen girls. I’m not suggesting that they shoot 16 year olds. Lightspeed does good business. Everyone is of age and they have the documentation to prove it. However, the shoots and scenes that are put together often suggest that the girls are younger. For example, if you see a girl holding a teddy bear, what image does that conjure? What about a school girl outfit? It’s this fine line that Lightspeed has trod that has put them in some people’s black books.

One of the dominant organizations within the industry is the ASACP. Up until recently, they refused to allow Lightspeed to support the organization, apparently because the content is part of the problem. It focuses on and glorifies sexual attraction to young women. Recently, though, the ASACP has changed its approach. You’ll now find Lightspeed is a corporate sponsor. This has been a decision that has been long overdue.

We here at Rabbits support the ASACP. We also promote Lightspeed sites, such as Lightspeed Girls, Lightspeed Sorority and Tawnee Stone, to name just a few. There are legal limits to who should appear in adult productions. As long as those are followed, then there shouldn’t be any issues. I have no problems with any of the sites Lightspeed puts out. If I have any issue, it’s that the age of consent should be increased to 25. That probably will never happen, but I still hope for the day. In the meantime, though, I’m just going to have to content myself with knowing that there are people doing what they love and making great money at it.

Posted by Wolf at June 13, 2006 9:35 AM

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