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With the approval of her family, she reportedly earned more than a million dollars last year performing sex for money."The way I look at it is, this is kind of an art to me. I'm not doing it for the gratification of another man," says Jameson.
"I'm doing it because this is my job and I'm entertaining the masses.
Selling sex is one of the oldest businesses in the world, and right now, business has never been better.
One of the biggest cultural changes in the United States over the past 25 years has been the widespread acceptance of sexually explicit material - pornography.
The best place to see it is at the industry's annual convention in Las Vegas, where more than 200 adult entertainment companies gather under one roof to network, schmooze and show off their latest wares.
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So it's just like being Julia Roberts, but just a little bit further, one step further."The porn world now has all the trappings of a legitimate industry with considerable economic clout.
Besides its own convention and trade publication, it holds marketing and legal seminars. "It employs in excess of 12,000 people in California.When 60 Minutes first spoke to Lyon, he was running the free speech coalition, a trade organization that represents 900 companies in the porn business."I was rather shocked to find that these are pretty bright business people who are in it to make a profit. What kind of reaction does he expect to get when he tells legislators all over the country that he's a lobbyist for the adult entertainment business? But when you explain to them the size and the scope of the business, they realize, as all politicians do, that it's votes and money that we're talking about," adds Lyon, who says there are reputable companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange that are involved in the business. This is an extremely large business and there's a great opportunity for profits in it." In 2002, Comcast, the nation's largest cable company, pulled in million from adult programming.