Cameron Diaz did soft core 90s porn (video NSFW)

All that a soft core porn past says about an actress is that she knows what it means to be hungry. These films don't even show real sex. The women just get topless and fake sex noises with overly muscular dudes. I would do that in a heartbeat if I were a struggling actor—though I doubt there's much of a market for soft core gay porn. What man wouldn't work as the male stud in a soft core porn? You wouldn't even have to worry about your ability to stay hard for hours while avoiding eye contact with a crew of smelly production assistants. Unfortunately I doubt soft core male actors even get paid and I really couldn't afford all the steroids and tanning sessions it takes to land such a role.


Below is a slice of a soft core porn Cameron Diaz did in the 90s that seems to have been rereleased after someone realized who "naked girl 1" was. In the clip you see a 19-year-old Diaz spraying something cold on her nipples to keep them hard, then struggling with a muscular guy in leather. This will do nothing to hurt Diaz's career. If anything it just shows that she had to climb the acting ranks like everyone else.


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I wish I had a soft core porn past that someone cared enough about to dig up. You never see blogs that read, "Bob from the carwash down the street did soft core 90s porn."

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