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ants’ lower ori­fices. But it can’t be de­nied that, over the years, some shady char­ac­ters have con­trolled the pornog­ra­phy busi­ness. With the heavy use of drugs, def­i­ni­tions of con­sent have be­come wor­ry­ingly foggy.

“I hate to say it, be­cause it’s my in­dus­try, but of course it has that el­e­ment still. That’s what I amhop­ing to change, as are a lot of other peo­ple in my line. It’s still sex. It’s still pornog­ra­phy. And it’s still not for ev­ery­body. I don’t want it to look like peo­ple are out of their minds on drugs. I want it to be a bit more le­git­imised.” I be­lieve him. Buck comes across as an ex­traor­di­nar­ily ge­nial fel­low. He seems ea­ger to please and unem­bar­rassed about ad­dress­ing any as­pect of his story.

Of largely Ir­ish her­itage, Buck grew up amid the heat and the con­form­ity of the San


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