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College Student Becomes Porn Star

samurai15

This story I originally read on literotica. It is not Daze in the Valley by Jay Cantrell. This young guy is convinced to try doing porn by this older famous female porn star. I think the second chapter ends with the protagonist asking if she is his mother.

Thanks!

Replies:   redlion75
redlion75

does he later take over the industry the name stallion or something?

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@redlion75

It sounds vaguely like "Pete: The Story of a Young Man", though the story elements you mention are all minor subplots in a larger overarching story, so I doubt it's the same one. In "Pete", a young man makes love to an older woman, runs through a string of sexual adventures and ends up both making an underground sex film and eventually getting a role on a major TV show.

Replies:   samurai15
samurai15

@Crumbly Writer

This does not sound like the story I was thinking of. I originally read it on literotica and I was hoping someone here might know it.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@samurai15

I remember another (from SOL) where a classmates mother was a porn star, and the kids decide to film their own porn movie, but again, it doesn't sound like what you're looking for.

Replies:   blacksash
blacksash

@Crumbly Writer

This one I know. It used be Charlotte's Movie by Ken Randall, now removed from SOL.

Replies:   paliden
redlion75

Nathan stokes by dallas x?

paliden

@blacksash

This one I know. It used be Charlotte's Movie by Ken Randall, now removed from SOL


http://storiesonline.net/a/Ken_Randall has one story posted that is a "tamer, shorter version"

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@paliden

a "tamer, shorter version"

A "tamer version" of making a porn flick in your parent's house? What, he's now making a music video? Somehow, I doubt it's quite the same story.

I'm sticking to my 'got religion' theory.

Replies:   paliden  Grant
paliden

@Crumbly Writer

Well, the description for the only story he has currently posted says the following:

Anthony Mitchell meets and falls in love with Charlotte Lawsen. They decide to make a sex movie together, with the help of a few friends. But just how open is Anthony willing to be with the girl who's popularly known as the Queen of Sluts? Unfortunately, the movie is stolen and released to the world. Can love survive being turned upside down by reporters, religious groups, and adoring teenage fans? (This is the tamer, shorter version. For the longer, raunchier version, see "Charlotte's Movie".)

As to how much 'tamer' it is I don't know. I have read the original but have no plans to read this one.

jdsalty2807

It might be star struck or something like that. I vaguely remember reading some time back.

PeckingChicken
Updated:

It's the same story. Many of the sex scenes have been trimmed and some odds and ends have been tightened. In many ways it flows better and the beats seem to drop more consistently, but the old story had something to it.

With overly long scenes and some sloppy transitions, the original had a grand, epic feel that has been lost. The tighter pacing does not make for a more compelling story (or rather not more compelling enough to make up for the loss).

I wish that I had known that Ken Randall was going to take down the rest of his catalog as I liked coming back to Charlotte's Movie every couple of years or so.

Grant
Updated:

@Crumbly Writer

I doubt it's quite the same story.


I started it, but didn't finish.

The original was much better, not just because of the sex scenes but because it flowed so well.

I personally reckon it could have been as good as the original even without the explicit sex in it, however the way it was re-done the story just didn't move along the way the original did.

From memory the first couple of chapters I read it felt that bits of the story itself were missing along with the descriptive sex.

I'm sticking to my 'got religion' theory.


You could check out his blog post on why.

He's the author & it's his decision to make, but personally from the outside looking in, it was the wrong one.

I never read any of his other stories (other than starting & bailing out on A Beautiful Mess), but Charlotte's Movie wasn't the type of story he's describing, so pulling it doesn't make much sense to me.

His other works may have been misogynistic , but Charlotte's Movie wasn't.

I think it was more a case of his health/mental issues & what he then read in to his friend's suicide.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@Grant

I think it was more a case of his health/mental issues & what he then read in to his friend's suicide.

The fact the revision still contains sex scenes rejects my interpretation. Instead, it sounds like it was an artistic decision (the newer version was better, in his opinion, so that's what he's sticking to). I can understand that, because I continually get equal numbers of people who'll say "Story X should have more/less/no sex in it." The story is the story, you can try to improve on it, or make it more consistent with your other works, but trying to make it more appealing to whoever didn't like it in the first place is a wasted effort.

redlion75

@samurai15

barrys queens on literotica

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