And whether that makes it better or worse is wholly a matter of opinion and of cultural indoctrination.
And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen: The Privilege Award for 2016! Give him a big hand, isn't he GREAT?
And he cultural indoctrination of the people around you then. If somebody gets criticized or condemned or discriminated against for being a porn star or otherwise involved with the porn industry that's the fault of the prople discriminating against them (and more often than not ultimately the fault of Abrahamic religion), not the fault of the porn industry.
I feel that porn of ANY kind is the commidification of human beings
What about hentai?
Liking hentai means you are a bad person and the world will be a better place when you die.
What about amateur porn then? Sexting? Dick pics?
What about Erotic fiction? The only people Erika Mitchell is exploiting are her readers.
And that last point goes even more so for the Marquis de Sade; his work's legally available 100% free on the internet so you can't even make a sarcastic case about the consumer being exploited.
What about porn catering to fetishes so out there that they no longer resemble conventional sex? Someone popping a balloon on a kids' show on boradcast tv is a-ok but that same person popping a balloon behind a paywall on the internet is suddenly a moral outrage? For reasons unrelated to a general opposition to paywalls?