So, my girlfriend is in porn and I don't know what to do.

Aurgelmir

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luke10123 said:
Jarek Mace said:
"...girl at school..." I sincerely hope you don't come from the UK, or that is just outright wrong.
My thoughts exactly...
Legion said:
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Fieldy409 said:
Google her name with safesearch off.

If shes done Porn you will likely find her name somewhere in credits or something
Unless like a lot of people in some of media she uses an alias.

Random Fella said:
You guys know you can be in school at 18 right? *facepalm*
Not in the UK. School finishes at 16. Then we have college 16-18 then University 18+.
College and university are still school.
I still called my university for school though.

And due to my awesome skills in clicking OPS name I have found out that he is indeed over the age of 20, so we can stop worrying
 

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I've dated strippers in the past, some of them find it really empowering, but I've seen porn, not so much. but anyway;

Seriously man even if she was in a porn... does that really change who she is? And if it does, doesn't only really mean that she can deep throat and is open to anal?

You ask your girlfriend about her past sexual encounters, you're gonna have a bad time
 

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Jonluw said:
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So was she in the porn? Or was she just on the banner? Was it just a suggestive picture? Or was it "OH HAI BOOBIES" ?
That's a good point.
I've heard stories of people who have noticed that their pictures (normally taken from facebook) have been used in porn ads without their authorization.
Considering facebook is facebook, and most females who use facebook are complete camera whores, that wouldn't surprise me in the slightest.
 

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1. find out porn name of the girl
2. google " free pic"
3. prefer results from peachyforums or freeones
4. open up some pic gallery
5. examine the face to your heart contents
6. be 99% sure (that 1% doubt will always be there since you're emotionally involved in the assesment and you hope you're wrong)
7. proceed depending on the results of assesment

8. i'd recommend more indirect approach, sending her a link and saying "hey, this girl looks like you, it's incredible", but she can shrug it off with "yeah, she does" even if it IS her, so it relies on her being sincere and confessing... well, any way you can ask relies on her being sincere, but this one gives her more room to not tell the truth if it is her.

alternative:
1. find out her porn name
2. google the agency the girl's with
3. contact the agency, pretend you want to do a porn/erotic shoot/movie
4. ask for contact info
5. then you should be pretty much sure

but this one i don't know, never tried it, not sure how the agencies filter out people who really want to do some work with the girls from the fans, and you may not succeed in the 4th step.

another alternative:
say it like "i saw this girl in porn the other day, and she looked like you, too much for me to ignore it, and... i know it's a stupid question, and answer is kind of obvious, but it bugs me and i need to hear it from you... i wouldn't even mind if it was you, but it's the uncertainity that's killing me, i feel paranoid and can't get it out of my head".
basically - i assume it's not you, but you know how human psyche sometimes works, it won't let me rest till you tell me.
 

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Is there any way you could double check? I would do that.

Plus, posing nude in a photo and being in a porn shoot are two different things, so if you confront her, don't say porn for god sake.

Zhukov said:
Wait, you really can't tell for sure? That seems odd. Surely you'd know your girlfriend's face.

Oh man, I can only imagine her reaction if you ask her about it and it isn't her.


It's very easy to mistake girls for one another with the power of make-up.
 

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Jarek Mace said:
"...girl at school..." I sincerely hope you don't come from the UK, or that is just outright wrong.
Stu35 said:
... Informing the police might be an idea?
PureChaos said:
I'm quite surprised U had to go this far down the thread before someone other than me picked up on the 'in school' part.
luke10123 said:
My thoughts exactly...
Legion said:
Not in the UK. School finishes at 16. Then we have college 16-18 then University 18+.
Come on guys, all you have to do is click on his avatar and look at his profile. American. Born in 1985. We're not talking about teenagers here.

I'm British too, but I picked up on the fact that Americans call university "school" or "college" after about 10 minutes of using these forums :p
 

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Legion said:
Sexy Devil said:
College and university are still school.
If you want to be pedantic. Most people would simply refer to them as 'education'.

If you asked anybody who was older than 16 (not knowing their age) if they were still in school, they'd say "No I am in college/university/work/whatever).
My vast but admittedly anecdotal experience would suggest that, at least here in the US, they wouldn't behave as you describe. I've never met anyone in school who insisted on referring to it as "education" (which would lead to doubts of whether they were even a native English speaker), and only occasionally a first-year might say "no, I'm in college" because they're still riding that "I'm not a kid anymore" high.

Shit, my girlfriend called it "school" until last Wednesday, and she's 29. (I call her "Dr. Girlfriend" now).
 

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The easiest way of doing this is to be totally blunt and stop dancing around the issue.

"You in porn, love?" In four words you've told her that you're just curious and that it won't change anything if she is. She asks why you'd think that, you just say that one of your torrent websites is often plagued with porn adverts and one of them caught your eye by looking just like her. And there you are. Problem solved.
 

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JoesshittyOs said:
Only one logical thing to do. Next time you're having sex, pull out and finish on her face.

Judge her reaction.
This.

But seriously, my advice would be just ask. There's no harm in that.
 

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Panzer_God said:
So, there's this girl at school that I've been casually dating for a while now, and it started getting serious about a week ago. Yesterday I saw a banner ad on a website that linked to several pornographic videos. What caught my attention was an eerie feeling that I recognized one of the girls, so I clicked on the link. I'm 98% sure it's her, but I don't know if I want to bring it up or not.

I don't have a problem with it, if she is, but I'm afraid of what impact it would have on us as a couple this early in the relationship, and even more afraid of what would happen if I ask and it wasn't her. What would you do in this situation?
I'm sorry, but you have to ask. I mean, if you say that the person you saw in the ad looked like her, how is she to blame you? If she asks you if you think that she seems like that type of girl, then she is just avoiding the question.

Just be straight forward and demand a yes or no so that it will be over as fast as it begun.
 

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I thought a girl in a porn film was my girlfriend, but then I remembered I was watching Hentai.
 

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JoesshittyOs said:
Only one logical thing to do. Next time you're having sex, pull out and finish on her face.

Judge her reaction.
That's how you find out if someone's been in porn?? I thought it was status quo...
 

FilipJPhry

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Since you're %98 sure, dump her.

Your insecurity paid off and you were able to catch her doing something unsanitary and degrading(to you). It'll hurt, but it's better a shot to the leg than a bullet to the head.