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‘Video used to be king, but now the storytelling is gone,’ says the 64-year-old industry veteran.

The porn industry is over and the internet is to blame, according to one of the world’s most notorious adult film stars.

Ron Jeremy, who rose to prominence in the 1970s and has since continued to appear in movies, said the industry could not sustain itself any longer.

“The internet has put porn out of business,” he told News.com.au. “Video used to be king, but now the storytelling is gone and it’s all about compilations.”

The improving quality of pirate films has also hastened the porn industry’s demise, he said, with good quality copies now appearing on free online platforms.

But he conceded the internet had brought some benefits, saying it helped to reduce stigma around porn and encouraged amateurs to make their own adult movies.

He said he would continue to make porn as long as he had an audience and only imagines his career ending if he contracted a disease.

“I will get leprosy and my penis will fall off in my hand while there is a girl waiting for me in the next room,” he said.

The 64-year-old veteran, who is believed to be worth £4.5m, is currently facing a series of rape and sexual assault claims by different women.

Former performer Jennifer Steele alleges Mr Jeremy raped her twice — once at a photoshoot and once at his apartment in December 1997.

Mr Jeremy has vigorously denied all the accusations, describing them as “pure lies or buyer’s remorse”.

Starbucks has announced it will officially put an end to customers streaming pornography on its wifi starting in 2019.

Although the viewing of porn on the coffee giant’s wifi has always been a violation of the company’s policy and “rarely occurs,” it has not implemented blocking technology until now.

“While it rarely occurs, the use of Starbucks public wifi to view illegal or egregious content is not, nor has it ever been permitted,” a Starbucks spokesperson told The Independent. “To ensure the Third Place remains safe and welcoming to all, we have identified a solution to prevent this content from being viewed within our stores and we will begin introducing it to our US locations in 2019.”

The company’s announcement comes after increasing pressure from internet safety advocacy group Enough is Enough, which recently created a petition calling for Starbucks to filter explicit sites.

The petition, created two years after Starbucks originally announced it would put an end to the ability to access porn on its store wifi, received more than 26,000 signatures.

Enough is Enough CEO Donna Rice Hughes also issued a statementattacking the company for not following through on its 2016 commitment and for putting its customers at risk.

“By breaking its commitment, Starbucks is keeping the doors wide open for convicted sex offenders and others to fly under the radar from law enforcement and use free, public wifi services to access illegal child porn and hard-core pornography,” Hughes said earlier this week.

In 2016, following similar pressure from the advocacy group, McDonald’s implemented blocking technology.

At the time, Starbucks said it would block the content on its wifi once the company was able to to do so without blocking unintended sites.

Although the company did not say what technology it eventually settled on, it did say it had tested multiple methods.

In the UK, Starbucks already has filters in place in stores in partnership with Friendly Wifi, a government-initiated safe certification standard for public wifi, the company told us.

A man who was living with his parents is suing them for allegedly throwing out his collection of pornography worth nearly $29,000 (£22,000), according to court documents obtained by Fox17.

The rift between the family started in October 2016 when the unnamed man moved back into his parents’ home in Michigan after a divorce, court documents say.

He was then asked to leave their house, where he had carried out housework instead of rent, after 10 months when police were called over a reported domestic incident.

The man said that he noticed his porn collection was missing after he moved to Indiana and his parents dropped off some of his belongings he had left at their home in November 2017.

He said his parents told them that they had destroyed his collection of 12 boxes of porn films and two boxes of sex toys worth $28,940 (£22,088).

Including in the collection attended access to online porn services. The most famous among them was Cum4k. Cum4k is a popular site for adults with a unique 4k porn. In each rollers inherent in the ejaculation and popular US porn stars.

The man allegedly called the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and filed a police report but prosecutors refused to press charges.

He then launched a $86,822 (£66,265) civil lawsuit against his parents over the alleged destruction of his porn collection.

According to court documents, the man sent an email to his parents after he discovered his collection had been destroyed.

He wrote: “If you had a problem with my belongings, you should have stated that at the time and I would have gone elsewhere.

“Instead you choose to keep quiet and behave vindictively.”

According to court documents, his father replied: “Believe it or not, one reason for why I destroyed your porn was for your own mental and emotional health.

“I would have done the same if I had found a kilo of crack cocaine. Someday, I hope you will understand.”

The porn collector’s father also alleges that he was kicked out of high school and college for selling porn to other students, according to court documents.

I’m a sexual health education facilitator, which involves delivering sex ed classes in schools. Parents consistently tell me and my colleagues that their children are first exposed to online pornography at the age of around 11 – a fact that never fails to shock. Especially when you consider that plenty of mainstream pornography depicts situations that aren’t necessarily what happens in consensual and spontaneous pleasure-seeking sexual activities.

According to a recent report by Internet Matters, a non-profit organisation working to keep children safe online, youngsters usually access pornography through friends, by seeing pop-up ads or the “get out of jail free” card – accidentally stumbling across it. Statistically, this means that there are many primary school children around the country accessing pornography.

Since children are viewing this material well before becoming sexually active, or, in many cases, even before having received any kind of relationships and sex education (RSE), they are using porn as a way of learning about their sexuality. This damages the potential for positive attitudes towards sexuality and pleasure.

This would not be the case if inclusive and comprehensive RSE, which acknowledges a range of sexual preferences, sexual identities and pleasure-seeking experiences, alongside non-partisan descriptions of diverse family structures, was made compulsory in all schools.

One of our suggested solutions is to teach “porn literacy” classes to address digital literacy. For instance, examining how various social power dynamics can play out in mainstream porn and the possible real-life impacts.

Rianna Raymond-Williams, founder and managing director of Shine Aloud UK, an organisation which works with young people to help educate them about sex-related issues, said: “Obviously, using porn to learn about sex is damaging as it provides young people with a distorted view of sex and relationships, making it difficult for some to distinguish the different between fantasy and reality.”

There is evidently a great need for us as independent educators, who the children can related to on a different level, to provide alternative information about their sexual potential.

Since the invention of the internet, people have been creating and propagating sexually explicit material with increasing ease. The government has tried to curb criminal and unethical behaviours pertaining to sex, but all of the laws have, to date, been exceptionally ineffective in their ability to stop minors viewing pornography.

The latest attempt comes into effect next month, whereby all commercial providers of online pornography are required by law to carry out robust age-verification checks on users, to ensure that they are 18 or over.

There is no evidence to suggest this will stop 11 year olds accessing porn. Which is why organisations such as Sexplain, where I’m a team member, are bridging the porn literacy gap. Most online pornography encourages the objectification of women, portrays women as submissive sex objects and promotes harmful behaviours that young people may begin to mirror in their own relationships.

Amelia Jenkinson, co-founder of Sexplain, said: “We address pornography through discursive, up-to-date and creative workshops, in a non-judgemental and safe space. Through this we can open up honest dialogue and support young people to make informed life choices with their own health and well-being at the centre.”

This includes teaching young people about sex organs and by each modelling anatomically corrects versions out of brightly coloured Play-Doh, which is a really fun low-pressure, yet highly educational activity.

But sex ed needn’t end with our school days. Lina Bembe is an adult performer and co-creator of Sex School, a Berlin-based collective making explicit sex education films for adults. Performers enact real life situations on film to show the full potential of human sexuality.

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