Pornstar char room
ryan Kocis spent the last day of his life working the phones, shades drawn, trying to save his porn empire.
Only a few years before, Kocis had been an unemployed medical photographer in Dallas Township, a small community in eastern Pennsylvania, so strapped for cash that he had been forced to declare bankruptcy.
As recently as 2011 he used the handle for his gay porn career.
Cops said they had arrested him on suspicion of preparing to commit a violent act and for violating state secrecy laws.
Now he was one of the most successful producers of underground gay pornography in the country.
The garage of his two-story home on Midland Drive overflowed with expensive rides: a BMW, a Maserati, an Aston Martin.
My mom said I embarrassed her by bringing an Asian girl to prom, she says she is not going to help me with my college expenses.
I am going into Chemical Engineering, how can I earn money and do good in school?
Viewers are allowed to watch for free (with the exception of Private Shows), but pay money in the form of "tips" in order to see certain sex acts performed.
And many will give their teens, or even pre-teens, smartphones that give them access to the entire internet.
Laments of what that might mean for affected generations is a familiar, if muted, part of America’s ongoing cultural conversation.
While Lockhart was still a junior in high school, Kocis made and distributed films that featured the seventeen-year-old performing "bareback"— having anal sex without using a condom.
During shoots, on location in Hawaii and California, Kocis also had sex with Lockhart, enjoying the perks that come with directing.