Pornstar More Intelligent Than an Ex-Prosecutor

This video is a testament to how backwards our world is.

Pornographic actress Kayden Kross is …

– better mannered
– more respectful
– more self-confident
– significantly more intelligent

… than a former prosecutor.

Wendy Murphy is a sneering, condescending, self-hating, semi-psychotic, control obsessed, and riddled with contradictions jerk in this video.

Wendy actually has the nerve to bring up Kayden’s parents in this video. Her parents have every right to be proud of their daughter in this context, who carried herself well, and actually has a clue as to what the fuck she’s talking about.

For the record, the government has no business protecting your life. Not in fundamental purpose, not in morality, and not in law. The purpose of government is to protect your rights, above all, your right to life.

Your life is not your right to life.

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13 Responses to Pornstar More Intelligent Than an Ex-Prosecutor

  1. Jaime November 12, 2012 at 8:08 pm #

    I record every episode of Stossel and saw this interview. The lawyer is a complete lunatic. Kross was awesome in the interview.

  2. Dasani November 13, 2012 at 9:22 am #

    I loved that line “I know them. They’re happily married.” The prosecutor went from zero to emotionally compromised in literally 20 seconds. The rest of the video was just her emotionally lashing out.

    • Anthony Dream Johnson November 13, 2012 at 5:00 pm #

      Ya if you watch closely there is a hard cut in the video where a bunch was edited out. They edited her out when she was rambling on about violent pornography — a topic that has nothing to do with the actual story about condoms.

  3. Bharatiyaa Brouhaha November 14, 2012 at 10:29 pm #

    She made have carried herself well in this interview but I cannot morally support her industry.

    • Anthony Dream Johnson November 14, 2012 at 10:57 pm #

      I’d be interested to see your explanation for that statement. (Independent of my convictions, I am genuinely curious).

      • Bharatiyaa Brouhaha November 15, 2012 at 1:21 am #

        What do you mean by “explanation”? There’s nothing to explain. I don’t morally (or financially) support the porn industry.

        • Anthony Dream Johnson November 15, 2012 at 2:08 am #

          Ya, I understand that.


          Nothing is above reason, especially and above all, morality.

          • Bharatiyaa Brouhaha November 15, 2012 at 4:12 am #

            Porn is not in line with my ethical framework nor congruent with my values and life goals, of which self actualization and transcendence of the base animal/human instincts are two primary ones.

            Its culturally erosive, predatory and ultimately exploitative. It perpetuates a narrow bodily conception of life that posits slavery to one’s senses as positive.

            It imposes itself on unwitting viewers right when we least expect it. I’ve been exposed to images without searching for them and in the company of minors while online at the most unexpected moments and without solicitation.

            Now THAT needs to be regulated!

            It damages the body, the mind, and the spirit of producers and consumers alike but even more drastically the producers.

            For body damage to consumers there are studies as well as personal anecdotes from regular viewers online about how they lost the ability to even minimally sexually function without porn.

            The producer featured in the above video clearly states that they risk their health and even their very lives for money by giving the consumers what they want to see, condomless dicks. “Anything for a dolla” is an unethical attitude and one unworthy of replication at large.

            That porn is one of the United State’s largest exports, right up there with weapons of mass destuction and Big Pharma drugs is not something to be proud of.

            While it could be argued that porn producers have the legal right to produce porn, just because you have the right to do something doesn’t make it right. In other words, porn is something that should not be mainstreamed but rather severely culturally marginalized.
            By trying to regulate it through legal requirements of condom wearing is in itself a form of mainstreaming.

            In no way should children be growing up thinking of it as an honorable career track that is so normal and mainstream that its even regulated by the government!

            Beyond that, on a more personal level I find it utterly bizarre and cannot for the life of me wrap my head around the concept. I find it completely cultureless, without merit, and totally lacking in aesthetics and finer human sensibilities.

            “Wendy Murphy is a sneering, condescending, self-hating, semi-psychotic, control obsessed, and riddled with contradictions jerk in this video.”

            While you may disagree with her points and she may not have have come across well, there is no way you know from just this one video if she is “self-hating” and “semi-psychotic”, whatever “semi-psychotic” is supposed to mean. Is it listed in the DSM?

            Sneering and condescending could be argued, sure. But beyond that you just don’t know this person at all.

            • Anthony Dream Johnson November 15, 2012 at 12:23 pm #

              Yes I can know. It’s called “deductive reasoning”.

              Wendy clearly demonstrates a desire, if not something more, to control other people. She also clearly demonstrates that she is a collectivist.

              It is impossible to posses both a desire to control others and be a collectivist, without deeply hating your self. Self-love is the diametric opposite to these concepts.

              The semi-psychotic bit was merely intuitive. That woman is on track to have a nervous breakdown and walk down the street naked eating chocolate ice-cream. The look in her eye says to a smart man “stay the fuck away”.

  4. kultleader November 15, 2012 at 12:09 pm #

    it is the governments business to protect our life, they won that right through violence and other forms of manipulation. just like your parents can impose on you, the government is a sort of bigger parent, in both cases we hope that the parent/gov does what is right, and does not abuse their power, but that is our hope not our demand, nature dictates it that way. stop fighting nature. freedom is a bullshit dogma for hopeful slaves, might makes right.

    • Anthony Dream Johnson November 15, 2012 at 12:17 pm #

      Might does not make right. You cannot “win” a right through violence. Government is not a “parent”.

      Every ounce of American history, and indeed world history, flies in the face of these ideas. You are deeply, deeply confused. I would feel sorry for you if you deserved it. You don’t.

      • Bharatiyaa Brouhaha November 17, 2012 at 6:03 pm #

        I think kultleader was being writing tongue n cheek there.

  5. Bharatiyaa Brouhaha November 16, 2012 at 12:39 am #

    Might does not make right but it makes our culture. You and I cannot win a right through violence but government and the wealthy corporate elite can. Government *should not* be a parent, but it is. A SWAT team barged into a private citizen’s home with machine guns because CPS reported to them that she is not giving her child pharmaceutical psychiatric drugs. That’s just one example of millions of might=rights taking place in our country. Facsist corporate wars are being waged against sovereign nations right now because some multi-trillion dollar corporations want to make even more money. That’s just one example out of millions taking place on our planet right now.

    Is it “right”? Nope. Is it happening? Yep.

    Additionally I want to add to my diatribe against porn that it is not nudity that bothers me. I’ve moved throughout regions of the world where tribal people go topless and sometimes bottomless without batting an eye. The difference? They are not exploiting themselves or other people and putting their own and others’ reproductive health at risk for money.

    Nudity and sexuality are healthy within context of cultural norms and relationships. What degrades and cheapens both is when you put a price on it and pimp it out.

    Definitely not something that should be encouraged or mainstreamed in any society, anywhere.

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