Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Japanese Oldest Pôrn Queen,Maori Tezuka, Retires At 80(photo)

Maori Tezuka, who made her debut in Japan’s flourishing “silver pôrn” industry at 71, and who
has been in the Japanese pôrn movie industry almost a decade, has finally thrown in the
towel.

The former opera singer, who joined the pôrn industry partly because of lack of red-blooded
Lotharios able to keep up with her, retired at 80.

The actress who said she doesn't regret being a
pôrn star, told the local media;
“Once the lights go on, you just do your best.
“I have no regrets, but shooting became difficult when the actor wasn’t my type.It was never about the money for
me. I’ve already been asked about returning in two or three years — I said
I’d think about it.”

Elderly pôrn or Geronto pôrn is big business in Japan where around 34 million people — or a
quarter of the population — are over 65.

AFP reports that Japan’s pôrn industry rakes in about $20 billion a year, with movies featuring rambunctious geriatrics accounting for around a quarter of that market.

In recent years sales have soared as more of
the country’s perky seniors celebrate their mojo.
The genre took off thanks largely to the exploits
of Shigeo Tokuda, an 82-year-old actor who has appeared in hundreds of blue movies with titles such as “Forbidden Elderly Care” and “ManicTraining of Lolitas”.


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