As I'm sure you and the rest of the world have heard, the world's largest adult film producer Vivid Entertainment (who has brought you the classic films Where The Boys Aren't and Savanna's Been Blackmaled) supposedly offered Nadya Suleman a million dollar contract in order to become a Vivid Girl and make a few movies with them. No word on if she took the offer yet or not, but then the adult film company Pink Visual threw its hat in the ring with a counter-offer for the mother of 14.
TMZ.com got their hands on a copy of the letter Pink Visual's president Kim Kysar sent to the OctoMom. In it, Kim, on behalf of Pink Visual, offers Nadya a year's worth of cloth diapers if she opts not to star in any pornographic films for Vivid. Kim wrote:
As you know, there's a great deal of stigma attached to being a porn star. It's not something a mother should take lightly, as this decision will most assuredly affect the lives of your children, and not in a positive way.
By way of a counter-offer, Pink Visual will underwrite the purchase of a full year's worth of diapers for your octuplets. It's not a million dollars, but accepting our offer will directly benefit your children in two ways: they will be assured of having clean, dry diapers, and their mother will not become the subject of endless ridicule and scorn.
Hmm... porn or diapers? Porn or diapers? If I had a nickel for every time someone had to choose between the two! This should be an easy decision for someone who relied on donated breast milk in order to feed her children in their first few days of life. Oh wait, she does want to buy that $1.24 million house in Whittier. Decisions, decisions.