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With the release of Disney’s The Jungle Book, the sex industry has officially exploded in Hollywood.
But while the number of stars who’ve starred in movies with sex scenes is still quite small, the amount of money and attention paid to them has skyrocketed.
The New York Times estimates that the sex business is worth over $400 billion annually, making it the biggest business in Hollywood right now.
But this has been a long time coming.
In fact, sex and prostitution have been around for centuries, and have existed in a multitude of forms, both in the physical world and online.
The story of how the two began is long, complicated, and has had its ups and downs.
One of the earliest documented cases of sex trafficking involved a wealthy German prince who allegedly forced his beautiful wife to have sex with his slave girl.
The prince, who died before he could be tried, was sentenced to 15 years in prison and a $15,000 fine.
But it was not until 1858 that a judge in Germany ordered that his daughter be punished for sex trafficking.
In 1796, the American writer Thomas Saunderson published a book titled The Adventures of the King of England.
In it, Saundons father, King George V, is portrayed as having sex with prostitutes in his London palace.
In a way, this was not entirely new for the King, who had previously had several wives, including his brother Robert, and many prostitutes.
But in 1833, the king was sentenced in the British courts to five years in jail for “sex with a servant girl in London.”
Saunderson was a British immigrant and he spoke German and English, but the book itself was written in English.
In 1867, King G. V died in a duel with William of Orange, but his son, George VI, who was in his mid-20s at the time, took over the throne and was crowned King George VI in 1873.
This was a man who, at the age of 37, had already had sex with more than 150 women in his lifetime.
In his book, Sedderson wrote: “For my part, I confess I am a very simple man, and the more I learned about this kind of thing, the more it disgusted me.
The idea of the Prince of Wales, with such a kind of woman, who could so readily go out and have the pleasure of his cock, was revolting to me.”
In his book The Great Seduction, the French playwright Jean Renoir wrote about a French diplomat named Louisa who seduced a number of princes.
Louisa was eventually married to Prince Louis of Spain, who later in life had sex at the hands of Prince John.
In addition to these cases, the sexual revolution of the 1870s resulted in more women entering the workforce.
This made it easier for the women to earn money and support their families.
This also led to a rise in prostitution, which led to an explosion of the sex trade in the 1880s.
The advent of pornography in the 1920s was another major change in the lives of many women.
By the time the first pornographers were introduced, many women were in their teens or early 20s.
But the pornographers weren’t just there to create pornographic content, but to also serve the needs of the wealthy.
In the 1920’s, the Hollywood studios were looking to make more money, so they hired actresses to play their leading men.
One famous example was Audrey Hepburn, who starred in numerous movies, including the famous The Kiss, in which she seduced and then had sex.
It was only in the 1950s that she came to fame for having sex scenes with Cary Grant.
The film was released in 1950, and it grossed over $30 million at the box office, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dramatic Art.
But just as Hepburn was making millions in Hollywood, so were the other leading men in the film business, and they all saw a huge increase in demand.
In the 1920, the number was between 2 and 3 million.
By 1950, that number had more than doubled to 4 million.
The number of women appearing in the films increased exponentially, according the study.
It wasn’t just women who were seeing a huge spike in demand for the films they were starring in.
In 1925, women were the only ones to make up the majority of the adult movie audience, according a report by the American Film Institute.
The average age of the audience was 27.
By 1929, the age was 35.
By 1950, the average age for a woman to be a director was 36.
By 1964, the median age was 42.
The sex industry exploded in the 1980s.
The sex industry had exploded in popularity with the advent of the Internet and the release and spread of pornography.
By 1980, the U.S. had a population of 7 million people, but only 2.7 million men.
The biggest market