Sex Work Goes Mainstream on Reality TVIs Having Sex with a Robot
Hooker Cheating?

Prostitutes, strippers and porn stars are to cable what doctors,
lawyers and cops are to network TV. It's a phenomenon that started
with a little sideshow called "The Real World" way back in 1992.
  The premise was simple: Take seven people from diverse backgrounds,
lock 'em up and watch 'em melt down. During casting, the producers,
Van Nuys-based Bunim/Murray Productions, reportedly had only one
requirement: "Make sure one of them's a stripper." The result? The
longest-running series in MTV history

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