What Porn Stars Really Look Like

October 28, 2014
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On Friday October 24, we originally posted the item below, comparing the Girls of BaDoink to their driving license pictures, just to see how different they were. Almost immediately, somebody starting waving the ‘invasion of privacy’ flag, claiming that we had been giving away the personal information of the featured girls. This was blatantly untrue, but because our producer was getting unfairly hassled by some of the talent, we took the article down. Five days later and still the finger-pointing and misinformation continues, with one article accusing BaDoink of leaking underage snaps. While one of the stars may have been 16 in her driving license, she was – we assume – fully clothed at the DMV. To make that comparison with underage sexual exploitation we think is both irresponsible and misleading, not to mention insulting to anyone who has ever been the victim of that kind of abuse. Do we make that comparison when TV does biographies of Hollywood stars and shows pictures of them when they were younger, even if in their later careers they may have undressed in front of a screen? Of course not, because it would be incredibly inappropriate.

But of course, BaDoink is in the adult industry, which means it’s perched precariously on the edge of moral hysteria. But, here’s the truth, no-one was being exploited here, and no-one’s personal information was being handed out to the masses. Someone out there in the Twitterverse was just trying to get themselves a bit of attention by fomenting a bit of polemic.

So, we’re putting the article up again, with the DMV images blacked out for now, and we want to know what you think in the comments below, especially if you’re one of the girls featured. We really want to know what you guys think. With people’s private information literally being hacked from their phones, physically stolen, we don’t think we did anything wrong at all, but we want to listen. Seriously, Girls of BaDoink, we think you’re beautiful under any light and that is what we were trying to show here…

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There’s something about a driver’s license picture that immediately makes you think something went wrong. It’s like a mug shot: if they come out, it’s probably not for anything good. But we’ve brought you those DL photos of some of your favorite current porn stars and contrasted them with their porn pics.

Now, everyone likes to blast the illusion of the porn starlet, that somehow the performer is just smoke, mirrors, lighting and make-up. Well, sure, there is some of that… but that also goes for Hollywood… and real life too, while we’re at it. At BaDoink.io we like the way our girls look, both onscreen and off. They’re awesome people and just as hot as they are when they’re showing off their awesome talents. Sure, no-one has ever really come out of the DMV thinking, ‘man, those guys know how to take a picture,’ but we know that the Girls of BaDoink have nothing to worry about on that score.

Check it out for yourselves.

Alexis Monroe

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Alexis, that may just be the most porn star-ready driver’s license picture in DMV’s history.

Alison Tyler

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Alison somehow looks smarter without the glasses. Wearing her hair down might be giving her more of a  porn star look. Or maybe it’s the stunning bare double Ds doing the trick, who knows…

Ana Foxx

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Ana may look even better on her DL photo.

Ash Hollywood

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Let’s face it, porn was always in those eyes.

August Ames

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Surprise!

Bridgette B

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“You know what’s a great idea? If I could just look bright orange on my license. No, not tanned. Orange. That’s definitely what I’m going for. Orange.”

Brooklyn Chase

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It’s the same pose, so we’d really like to think Brooklyn was bottomless at the DMV, too. It’s our fantasy and we’re sticking to it!

Capri Cavanni

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The DL picture kind of says ‘Young Chloe Sevigny look-alike’, which is great, especially if you’re into 90s indie films.

India Summer

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Any cop who pulls India over might think she’s your regular soccer mom; he might take a look at her license, let the nice lady off with a warning and move on. A couple of days later, he might be watching porn and say, “Wha… No fucking way!!!”

Jamie Jackson

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Cute!

Janice Griffith

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Really, what do you want us to say? Janice looks fucking hot everywhere.

Jeanie Marie

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Ah, a very welcome — if deceiving — wholesome DL picture. Also very welcome are her perky boobs and chosen career path.

Jillian Janson

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Jillian has all the contained excitement that screams, “I GOT MY LICENSE!!!” She was so psyched her eyes jumped to different heights!

Keisha Grey

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You’re bound to smile a lot more when your life is just fucking for a living and smoking weed.

Layla Rose

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Layla’s hair might be too hipstery for a porn star. Hell, it might be too hipstery for the DMV, too. But she looks very cute in both, and has a bit of a young Janet Jackson thing going (with nicer boobs that come out when they’re actually intended to do so).

Mia Malkova

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We’ve looked at this picture for a while. We’re convinced Mia can’t take a bad photo. Additionally, she will also get recognized forever, and will probably never have to pay for a speeding ticket.

Miley May

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Yet another beautiful thing Miley Cyrus has ruined. Miley May looks like a very pretty girl next door on her DL photo.

Missy Martinez

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Be honest, you’d like to hang out with Missy just based on her DL photo; maybe go for tacos, shoot the shit. Porn Missy, however, probably brings completely different plans to mind…

Natalia Starr

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To those who think all porn stars are just magically transformed by make up and Photoshop, take a good look at Natalia Starr and tell me you wouldn’t marry either version.

Nikita Von James

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If we gave you 50 chances to guess Nikita’s profession based on her DL picture, would you ever really say ‘porn star’?

Stevie Shae

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Stevie has always been pretty. Her porn version also seems to have gotten rid of that weird yellow blob that haunted her forehead at the DMV.

Vanessa Veracruz

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There’s something in Vanessa’s eyes that somehow says (in a Wayne Campbell-like cadence), “I will become a porn star. Oh yes, I will become a porn star.”

Whitney Westgate

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Going for your first DL picture? How about shooting for the “pissed off Jodie Foster” look?

Yurizan Beltran

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If you have the confidence to roll out of bed and take a smiling picture for your driver’s license, you’ll do very well in the adult industry.

Zoey Foxx

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Damn, this girl is hot.

So, there you have it. The fact of the matter is, when it comes to confidence in sense of self and sense of image, these girls are definitely in the driving seat!

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  1. Censored…?! Come on Badoink. We want to see the pictures!!

  2. Their real self can be found by easy google searches (for most of them anyways).
    So yes, bring on their pics!
    Can’t really see the harm in that!

  3. You asked for input from the featured girls, so here it is. When I did this shoot, (and honestly, I don’t ever remember this company) I gave consent for the content of aforementioned shoot to be released to the public. At no time did I give consent for any other information to be used for anything other than identity and age verification. If that is, in fact, part of the model release, please email me a copy. I’d appreciate you keeping my email address confidentical though, if you’re capable of doing such. You obviously have a copy of my ID; what stops you from posting it again with my home address visible? Performers must feel comfortable on set, and you have clearly shown that your sets are not the place to feel that. I will never shoot for your company again, as I don’t appreciate being made to feel vulnerable and apprehensive about you having any personal information. While posting this photo may not fall into the “invasion of privacy” category, it doesn’t leave an uneasy feeling about what Badoink feels justified in doing.

    • Nobody posted any personal information, Brooklyn. An image, yes, there’s no denying that, but from what I remember, there was no written data. No names or addresses. Just a picture of your face. I don’t think anyone would be so careless as to post that kind of information online. You guys would certainly have the right to feel angry about that, definitely, but really, all it was was a picture – in which you looked amazing, by the way (although I know that’s not the point). I think the magazine was probably just trying to have a little fun. People are making out like it was some horrible, malicious scheme to exploit girls and put them in danger, but, seriously, what me and the guys saw before the article went down and came back with the images blacked out, was an attempt at something silly. No-one’s information was leaked. I reckon someone somewhere just wanted to take advantage of nothing to pump up their own social media presence by firing you ladies up over nothing. Of course, it wasn’t my picture, so it’s easy for me to say.

  4. So you posted pictures you weren’t authorized to share, violating a contract with your unauthorized content, and now youre making the girls the bad guys because they are upset about you sharing photos used for age verification, NOT future publication. You pay them to shoot, as you earn money from the video, have you paid them for the additional use of their drivers license? Have they been compensated for their unintended role of helping you generate revenue? Or do desperate, cry baby porn stars not rate a paycheck for their content. I mean after all, if you’re violating contractual law, might as well toss the article back up and throw in some slander/libel by talking about how a few girls were obviously just attenching seeking and reaching new lows in regards to insinuating exploitation.

    You’re either knowingly breaking the law, as well as the trust of anyone who would work with you, or you are genuinely that stupid. Its hard to say which one I hope is the truth.

  5. I think you were WAY out of line. This was absolutely a violation of the girls’ personal privacy. Your site has now been lowered to Trash Media in my estimation.

    • A violation of privacy by posting publicly accessible driving license photos?

      • Where is *your* driver’s license photo available for someone to do whatever they want with it? I’m serious, tell me exactly where I can find it.

        I’m not aware of the ability to look up peoples’ DMV records, but I suppose it’s possible. I’m not exactly a public records sleuth of the modern age. Some information is available online whether we like it or not, some is really only available to particularly motivated individuals and private investigators who know how to navigate state and local bureaucracies to find information that technically is “public record.”

        If I have someone’s complete information, I have no doubt I could find out a lot about them. But I would hope that with rare exceptions, DMV records are only available to Government workers and Law Enforcement.

        Moreover, even if this is possible, you have to know whose record you want to look up. I can’t just search Jane Pornstar’s records, I need to know her full, real name. These girls provided that information along with the photo on the ID, but they did so trusting that all their information would remain safe. So now BaDoink has had a little fun releasing their photos, what other information will they release?

        Whether or not BaDoink would do that is beside the point. The fact that they feel the need to keep saying they wouldn’t *actually* violate the girls’ privacy should be a pretty good indicator that they violated the girls’ trust and whatever sense of professionalism there may be in the industry. If I were in these girls’ situation, I think I would probably feel like BaDoink is holding the photos out as a way of instilling fear, of making me worry that they might just release the rest of the information on that ID. (Remember, they do state above that the photos in the reposted article are only blacked out “for now.”)

        What I find particularly offensive is the dismissive attitude BaDoink is taking in response to the backlash. Just putting the article back up – even censored – is pretty much a “f*@# you.” But then they have the audacity to accuse someone who is actually in the article and upset by it of trying to increase their own buzz on social media. This is arrogance, pure and simple.

        And perhaps lost in the entire discussion over what actually qualifies as private information is the entire tenor of the article from the start. Driver’s License photos are notoriously bad. It is in fact *the* quintessentially bad photo. Saying Driver’s License photos are bad is like the uttering the Chinese proverb, “And this too shall pass.” It’s always true; everyone knows this. And even if someone does think there are good DL photos out there, I don’t think I have ever known someone who liked their own DL photo.

        The point is, BaDoink’s intention from the start was to embarrass people. Even if they think a photo is dynamite, I can almost guarantee you none of the girls in the article wanted their photos shown to anyone, not like this.

        Now I get that BaDoink thought this was just a bit of fun. They thought it was a joke, that it was funny and that people would laugh. Well, some may find it amusing, but when some people start voicing considerable dissatisfaction with the article, I think it bears re-evaluating.

        Many years ago I was at a party at someone’s house and there was a pool. Nobody was swimming, everyone was fully clothed and one person thought it would be funny to push someone into the pool. He thought it would be funny. He thought it would be hilarious. That very joke is actually pretty funny in movies, and maybe even in real life under the right conditions. But these weren’t the right conditions. Some people laughed, albeit briefly. Most of us thought it was just a colossal mistake in judgment, and cruel to the person who was shoved into the pool fully clothed. What made it pathetic is that the guy just couldn’t understand why it wasn’t funny. He was red faced and on the verge of tears and he kept telling everyone to “lighten up.” In fact, the more he protested, the worse it made the entire situation and he was eventually asked to leave.

        To me, right now, BaDoink is that guy.

        So please, give it up. It wasn’t funny.

  6. “But then they have the audacity to accuse someone who is actually in the article and upset by it of trying to increase their own buzz on social media. This is arrogance, pure and simple.” Was it you Ben?

  7. Wait…let me get this straight. You published a picture of someone’s face…..as in what everybody sees every day…..and they are claiming “invasion of privacy”????

    But worse yet, you buckled under and are now censoring the photos????

    I don’t know which is worse.

    And to those who try and shoot back that we’re not publishing “our” photos: 1) in fact there are websites where you can find photos…and all sorts of public information about private citizens. But more importantly 20 WE’RE NOT PORN STARS!! When you go into a profession that puts you in the public domain, you need to accept that you are….wait for it….IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN!

    It is the height of hypocrisy that stars prance around inviting…indeed craving…pubic attention. But then turn around and cry invasion of “privacy” when the attention they get isn’t how they had planned to control it.

    Its also a pity when members of “The 4th Estate” buckle under. Come on guys: grow a backbone!

  8. It was not, and did not need to be for me to find the accusation offensive.

    Regardless, I’ve said as much as I care to on this topic.

  9. Wait….let me get this straight. You published photos of these women’s faces…..what they show everybody everyday….and somehow they are claiming this as an “invasion of privacy”????

    What’s worse: you buckled under and fell for it???

    And to those who are trying to make the point that we aren’t freely publishing our own drviers license photos, two points: 1) In point of fact there are websites that publish all sort of data about people gleaned from public records. And more importantly 2) WE’RE NOT PORN STARS!!

    People who choose a profession that puts them in the public domain need to accept the fact they they are…wait for it …..IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN!

    Its the height of hypocrisy that stars (porn or otherwise) seek out and crave public attention, but then throw a fit when they get the attention — just not as they had anticipated. its a classic case of “Pay not attention to the man behind the curtain”. You can only look at me from the front…not the side or the back.

    Starlets and politicians are always trying to control their image. That’s no surprise. But its the job of journalist, news media and yes even entertainment media to break free from that controlled image and show us something different.

    Come on guys: grow a backbone. Drop the self-imposed censorship.

  10. are you kidding me, invasion of privacy, hahaha, no such thing here
    good job badoink, but can you please show us the uncensored pics goddamit

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