Former porn star Jenna Jameson rejected suggestion that X-rated movies were a calling

Last night at the Naked Truth Adult Entertainment Awards in Surrey, organizer Annie Temple basically said stripping was a calling for her.

"I realize now that I was born to be a stripper," she declared in accepting her lifetime achievement award as a result of an online vote. "I was born to have a loud voice for the rights of adult entertainers. This isn’t something I chose. It chose me."

That view isn't shared by former porn star Jenna Jameson, who used to be a regular guest on Howard Stern's radio program.

"The job of a porn star is not a calling—or even an option—for most women,” Jameson wrote in her 2004 autobiography How To Make Love Like A Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale.

She also described some of the male actors in the industry as "creepy".

To no one's surprise, Jameson's comments have been cited by opponents of pornography.

Last night in Surrey, however, the adult entertainers seemed in a buoyant mood. The winner in the "BDSM/Fetish" category, Mz. Coventina, appeared quite happy to see her collared slave delivering drinks to the table. To a casual observer, it certainly appeared as though they had both answered a deep calling within themselves to act out their respective roles.

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