Talk:Jay Grdina

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I believe this is important enough to deserve the few words it gets, as his religion could be considered in noticeable conflict with his chosen profession. It is well cited, via the New York Times article. --AnonEMouse (squeak) 14:32, 9 March 2007 (UTC)

I disagree. Whose life does not conflict with the doctrine of the catholic church? Also from a moral viewpoint there are far worse violations than creating pr0n. Think of soldiers, police, mafia. Those people are willing to kill which is a *definitive* violation of the 10 commandments which are even shared between all Christians and Jews when most of these rules are derived from common sense and are respected by everyone. Pr0n is a rather fuzzy violation. Now while the Catholic church has (currently) very strict additional rules, everyone is a sinner in their eyes anyway even by birth. Their believe is that God forgives and Jesus died for everyone's sins (not just those in the past). So I really fail to see what's so special about this guy. --217.87.99.20 10:14, 9 June 2007 (UTC)
Your commentary on the Catholic Church is utter dross, and completely uncalled-for on this page. Discussions of morality and such do not have a place in a discussion of what content to place in a Wikipedia article. AnonEMouse has made a proposal for content and is apparently willing to back it up with a reference. Your diatribe has no such support and is patently offensive to a devout Catholic. --TheTriumvir 02:27, 18 July 2007 (UTC)
S/he's right though. 82.45.100.187 (talk) 20:32, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

Unsourced material in need of sourcing[edit]

I've moved the following material here, because the Playboy TV source that was given to support it doesn't mention him. While his hand in producing, writing and directing the films doesn't require an external source if he's listed in the films' credits (which he presumably is), the best-selling and award-winning status of the films does need one. In addition, Playboy owns Club Jenna. That means that this info is self-published, so even if a Playboy source mentions these things, it is inappropriate to use them, particularly for material that may appear to be self-aggrandizing. If anyone wants to re-add this to the article, please find a reliable, verifiable source for it. Nightscream (talk) 17:57, 6 September 2009 (UTC)

Grdina produced, directed, and wrote best selling and adult industry award-winning Club Jenna films including Briana Loves Jenna, The Masseuse, I Dream of Jenna, and Krystal Method.


He won the 2005 AVN Award for Best Actor for his role in The Masseuse, using the stage name Justin Sterling. He has been referred to as one of the best directors of all time in the industry.

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