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The project consists of pasting multiple but altered copies of a single photo side by side, creating a whole new aesthetic.Per assegnare il vostro voto, utilizzate la pagina dedicata ad ogni scena, dando un giudizio da 1 (il peggiore) a 10 (il migliore).You are now browsing threads in our Popular Pornstars Videos section and we hope that you are enjoying yourself and the individual approach to sexiest pornstars!, photographer Hana Jakrlova explores an internet sex club in Prague where the clients get to have sex for free as long as they agree to let their exploits be filmed and broadcast live across the web."To me it seems like an extreme example of what is happening to all of us in this internet age," says Jakrlova, who splits her time between Prague and New York.
"There is an absurdity where some people have to have it online to have it become real or exciting."Beyond making her struggle with the notion of over-sharing, Jakrlova says the project also challenged her as a photographer and as a woman.While the johns always seemed to behave themselves, she says the acts that played out were hard to be around.Prostitution is legal in the Czech Republic, but that doesn't make it any less exploitative, she says."I was battling certain feelings of guilt, sort of like a war photographer," she says.It takes a conscious effort certainly on my part to be not be wrapped into it and to keep perspective.