Trigger Warning: This discussion includes explicit descriptions and suicide ideation that may be triggering to some. Listener discretion is advised.
Joshua Broome grew up in a small town in South Carolina where he started his modeling career. After a short stint in college, he moved to Los Angeles, California, to become a full-time model and actor. Eventually, he found his way into the porn industry, performing in over 1,000 pornographic films and winning several awards, including Best Male Performer of the Year. After more than five years in the porn industry, Joshua is now a passionate anti-porn advocate, husband, and father. In this episode, we discuss how Joshua ended up in the porn industry, why he left, and what he’s up to now.
Joshua currently travels and shares his story all over the world. You can follow Joshua on Instagram and TikTok at @iamjoshuabroome.
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