- n. alternative spelling of porn star.
“Mutant Jenna pictured, right– the artist formerly known as pornstar Jenna Jameson– appears to have gone too far with her love of plastic surgery.”
“As far as guys are concerned, sadly, it is true that most of them want a 'pornstar' soulmate.”
“I suppose I've felt for sometime that I'm better suited to do other things in life outside of being a "pornstar", but this was the push I needed to, at least for now, close that portion of my life (accept for via my MonicaF. com webcam shows and silly little online talkshows of course).”
“pornstar" was literally the part that brings, or at least should bring, that "star" part back to Earth.”
“Can't romance lie somewhere between June Cleaver and two pornstar girlfriends?”
“During the Cool Climate Seminar in Southampton last summer, he led his discussion by telling everyone if you google "Thomas Laszlo" you will find a gay pornstar with that name in the first results, and that's not him.”
“Parker will take over the role of feminist Gloria Steinheim in the biopic, which stars Amanda Seyfried as the titular character, pornstar Linda Lovelace.”
“From a Bollywood movie about a pornstar to Indian composers jamming with international artists, to canceled music concerts and first-time visits of Hollywood celebrities, 2011 was a colorful year for entertainment in India.”
“The movie is based on the life of soft pornstar Silk Smitha.”
“October 29, 2007 at 4: 56 pm mosdef: I do have a myspace account where you can hang out with me and all of my pornstar friends.”
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