Belle Knox has been outed publicly as the adult performer who, oddly enough, is also a Freshman at a renowned university in America. To me, she is just a sweet girl with a very wild side. I may not personally agree with all her decisions, but she must have a head on her shoulders to even be accepted into such an educational institution.
Since her fellow students found out about her porn life, which of course was bound to happen, Belle has been bullied and harassed. I am hoping that she has a group of friends to support her and that she continues to pursue her education. Porn money may be quick and easy at first, but it definitely can not be relied upon for the long-term.
Belle Knox got a kick out of taking these photos. We were able to snap these without many holiday shoppers noticing. There were a few guys who saw a peak, but it probably made their day. The women and kids are who you gotta watch out for. Belle is a freshman in college looking for exciting ways to pay her tuition.
Walk into a crowded store in panty hose, sheer sweater, and nothing under? No sweat for this cool chick. Kinda reminds me of this one time I randomly saw a girl squatting to look at some items in a store, sans panties. Do you think she knew I could see her double rainbow? I think so. Some memories just stick with you.
Belle Knox is a slut. That is an insult, right? The beauty about her story is that it makes you question whether a slut is really such a bad thing for a young woman to be. Belle has made all the headlines in American media attempting to pay her expensive tuition to Duke University by working in porn. My feeling is that those who point the finger at Belle are mostly bothered by her nontraditional sexual proclivities.
The issue here is not money nor safety, let’s be honest. It is about sex. It’s like the old saying, “Everything in life is about sex, except sex, which is about power.” Does a woman being in porn, or having sex, or being paid to have sex, truly bother people because it harms the woman or because it goes against the image of how we expect women to behave and feel. I think it is the latter. Get yours, Belle, because I sure as hell like getting mine!