3. The Job

Part: 
Four
Chapter: 
2

When that decision is made, and for whatever reason, the model enters a world averse to public scrutiny and almost wholly unconcerned with public accountability. In our own examination of the commercial "adult" film and magazine industries we received little information from the industries themselves regarding the position of performers, although we did find at least one industry spokesman, William Margold, remarkably candid and forthright on the subject. Fortunately, a substantial amount of information in this area is available from knowledgeable law enforcement sources, court cases, and, of course, performers themselves. The view of performers' lives which they provide is invaluable and grimly fascinating from the methods of recruitment to the experience of performing to the likely aftermath in personal career directions.