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Owning It 

Young entrepreneur Bailey Rayne recruits girls for the porn industry. The work takes a toll on one new arrival who puts her health and safety at risk.

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Sandra C. Alvarez
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Lena Anderson Lena Anderson ... Herself (as Jordan West)
Eva Celeste Eva Celeste ... Herself
Tali Dova ... Herself
Renae Englehart Renae Englehart ... Herself - Production Manager at New Sensations
Dion Giarrusso Dion Giarrusso ... Himself - Founder of Filly Films
Lila Lavay Lila Lavay ... Herself
Rebekah Nazarian Rebekah Nazarian ... Herself - General Manager at Filly Films
Kylie Page ... Herself (as Bonnie Kinz)
Jim Powers Jim Powers ... Himself - Director for Filly Films
Bailey Rayne Bailey Rayne ... Herself
Jay Rock Jay Rock ... Himself
Megan Sage Megan Sage ... Herself
Kristen Scott ... Herself
John Steven John Steven ... Himself - DBA Matrix Models
Salena Storm Salena Storm ... Herself
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Young entrepreneur Bailey Rayne recruits girls for the porn industry. The work takes a toll on one new arrival who puts her health and safety at risk.

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21 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Keep Your Head
Performed by 'David O'Dowda'
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And the series reveals itself
10 August 2017 | by ersbelSee all my reviews

And the series reveals itself. It is not about femininity. It is about the Christian morals moving into the 20th century or something before the 21st century has reached its half.

The girls are pimped. The production team goes at length to make that clear. Everybody is making money off the women, and more important, off the women's image. But here is where the footage stops. There is NO talk about legality, about the ability to have a contract, to have insurance, even to pay taxes or have at least some vague protection from the police and the justice system. Nope. The rooms are clean. The rooms are big and filled with gadgets, but the production team makes sure the audience sees there is a big difference between 2017 and 1887: "nobody pays for porn". How about the inability of the creeps to even touch the women? Nothing. Sex is bad no matter what. And see: a troubled woman has problems.

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