We're sure you know by now that what you see in porn isn't exactly what most of you do, or get, in the bedroom.

So HuffPost Live spoke to women working in the porn industry and asked them to share what they believe was the difference between porn and real sex.

Jincey Lumpkin, Esq., Chief Sexy Officer of Juicy Pink Box, noted that porn involves, "posturing for the camera," "flattering" angles and "cutting together of the scenes" -- all of which, if reenacted by normal people, can "take away sometimes from the pleasure and enjoyment aspect" of their sexual experiences.

Nina Hartley, an adult film actress, agreed, emphasizing the performative aspect of porn. She told HuffPost Live:
Pornography is a paid, professional performance by actors. It is a fantasy, it is not meant to be a rulebook and guidebook or a how to as a general rule. And it goes to show how poor our sex education is in this country that people are reduced to looking at an entertainment medium for information about the body.
Still, porn provides somewhat a lesson to men and women who are trying to spice things up in the bedroom. But realistically, sex based on chemistry and one's own desires can be even more mind-blowing.

Watch the full conversation below: