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“While everything the “Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On” directors did seems to be legal under fair use terms, the whole ordeal leaves viewers with a bad taste in their mouth.

One Netflix reviewer summed up the issue well, writing: “So let me get this straight: You make a series allegedly trying to shed light on the experiences of women in the sex industry ― and you do so by exposing them and not caring *in the slightest* about their concerns?! Legal or not, it’s unethical.”

The Huffington Post reached out to the directors of “Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On” and Netflix but did not hear back before the time of publication. 



Alanna Vagianos is the Women’s Editor at The Huffington Post, based in New York City. Previously, she worked at BUST Magazine and The Feminist Majority Foundation. She graduated from Elon University in North Carolina. Alanna can be reached at Follow her on Twitter.