Ever since porn was legalized in Sweden in 1971, the Swedish porn industry has led a dwindling existence. Salaries as well as profits are low and the industry’s glory days have past, but there is still money to be made. People in the business seek mutual friendship and understanding. It’s a closed world far away from society’s judgement and prejudice. It’s an industry created for secret desires. But what do the people in it dream about?2010-09-00 Stockholm, Sweden
The real camera broke down on set and the man filming went for plan B – his small digital camera. He is notably nervous; an amateur who has paid SEK 10,000 for Mamoni and Tony to perform two sex scenes in his apartment.
For a whole day’s work Mamoni is paid around SEK 6,000 before taxes. That’s more than Tony gets, though, being male.
“Women earn more than men in this business, but we’re more exposed and are harder to attract”, she says. Photo: Margareta Bloom Sandebäck / Kontinent
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