The first steps towards having adult erotic video porn jobs 

I graduated college in Scotland and I found my dream job almost immediately, a managing editor post at a promitent porn magazine. All I had to do is to watch those who have adult porn video jobs and basically criticize the moves of those who have adult video porn jobs all around te UK, but not only.

My job was to write reviews, articles of upcoming videos and DVD's and I have to say that I was surrounded with the most intelligent and professional team ever. These were the most hardworking people I have ever seen.

Having a different kind of adult job...

My adult erotic job was very different from the rest, because I didn't had to do anything just watch some porn stars and write about what I saw. My erotic job was funny and hot, and of course the best conversation starter anywhere. I wasn't feeling unconfortable at all when people asked me a lot of questions about porn actresses and shootings.

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I absolutely loved my adult erotic job, until one day when the director called all of us in his office and said that we were going into a new, harder direction. 

I didn't quite undertsand what that means, so I offered to watch a video and that was my breaking point. I'm not sure if it's ethical to say what I saw, let's just say I realized that I don't want to express my opinion about those kind of scenes, so my only option was to quit my job, thinking that having experience as a managing editor will be a huge advantage.

After having an adult erotic job, finding a regular job wasn't easy

I can say that I was very optimist at first, because I was called to many interviews in Scotland and London. Unfortunately, many potential employers just called me in because 'they wanted to see if I look like a porn star'. Others said they were impressed by my resume, but they can't hire me because they have children - yes, I know, it seems impossible, but it really happened.

I was starting to think that having an adult erotic job wasn't such a great idea and that maybe this is the end of my career as a managing editor...

The reality is that I don't understand why are people so judgemental, because love it or leave it, porn seems to a part of almost every culture. These days, almost everything in the media has sexual overtones and porn fits right in. Until now, my opinion was that we were growing as a society despite the fact that there will always be conservatives who disagree with adult video porn jobs and shootings. 

Long story short, I didn't give up and applied for every job which would suit my professional needs and after 6 months of waiting and going to stressful interviews, I found a good job where my experience is appreciated. I was hired at a women's magazine, where I write tips and tricks for regular women about how to become the perfect 'porn actresses' in their own bedroom. I absolutely love my new adult job!