It may be that someone visiting this website is involved in providing a sexual service. One of the tragic sides of the porn industry is that many of those who provide such service do it because of dependency. Whether it is to fund a drug habit, or just to put bread on the table, they feel there's no other option!
Yes, there are those who 'enjoy what they're doing', and may even consider themselves 'high class business people', but the reality is that many who do the work probably wish they could do something else that had no shame or guilt attached. But they feel themselves trapped in the system.
I agree that there's no easy solution here. The question that needs to be asked, however, is ‘what value do you place on a good conscience’? It’s a question not just for those working in the porn industry, but for people in any job where money can be made at the cost of integrity, such as the big bank owners or shareholders in dubious companies. The choice must be made between 'doing anything’ to make money, or living on less because you believe honesty and decency are worth holding onto.
Yes, struggling to pay bills is a hard road to travel. But going to bed on an empty stomach after a day of menial but honest work still makes a more comfortable pillow at night than a guilty conscience driven by greed and lust.
I would encourage anyone who offers porn because of drug dependency to rather seek help for their drug problem. It doesn't help to use the one to justify the other. There's a whole new life waiting for you if you can be clean of drugs and free of porn. It's an effort worth making.