So it's hard to make sense out of the title. Let me elaborate:
In LUKS, you can have multiple passwords that unlock the same volume (due to their "unified key setup" where they have a single master key). But I was wondering if you could have a single LUKS volume with, say, 2 passwords. The first password unlocks your secret data that you don't want your adversary to get. The second password unlocks pseudo-secret data (I.E. something like pornography, which would reasonably want to be hidden, but is not actually what you're trying to hide). This way, if your adversary found the 2nd password, then they'd think "Oh well this is embarrassing, but it's not what I'm looking for" and move on, being completely ignorant to the "shadow volume" of password #1 that really contains the secret data.
The only cryptographic protocol I've seen that exhibits this feature is steganography, specifically the program steghide. With steghide, you can splice secret data into a picture with one password, then also splice another, different piece of secret data into the same picture with a different password. Both pieces of data are accessible and not corrupted if you use the right passwords.
This is what I'm looking for. Is LUKS capable of doing this? If not, what is the closest thing that I could do to imitate this (aside from LUKS nuking, that's not what I'm looking for)?