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Exclusive Interview: Jesse Jane, Teagan Presley, Shay Jordan & Sophia Santi

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Babysitters is Digital Playground’s blockbuster project of the year featuring four of their contract girls alongside Sasha Grey, Nautica Thorn, Nikki Benz, Gina Lynn, Alektra Blue, Angie Savage, Lexxi Tyler & Sammie Rhodes.

We recently sat down with Jesse Jane, Sophia Santi, Shay Jordan, and Teagan Presley to discuss their scenes in Babysitters, their real experiences as babysitters and their messages to the fans!

What have you been up to? How have things been going?
JESSE JANE: I’ve been having fun! I just went to the Bad Boys of Rock tour and introduced Buckcherry, Papa Roach and Hinder on stage. I fucking loved it. I had such a good time.
TEAGAN PRESLEY: I’ve been shooting a lot for my website. We’re trying to have it up and running by January. It’s kept me busy for the past couple of months.
SOPHIA SANTI: Everything has been going wonderful. Working, traveling and having fun!
SHAY JORDAN: Things are really great right now. I’m just relaxing and getting ready for feature dancing and more movies. I just finished doing a bunch of movies so I’m taking a little break.

Babysitters is being hyped as one of the hottest movies of the year with some of the most beautiful women in the biz. What did you think when you first heard the idea for Babysitters?
JESSE JANE: We grabbed all the hot girls. We’ve got all the Digital Playground girls and we grabbed Gina Lynn, Sasha Grey, Nautica Thorn, Alektra Blue and all these hotties. I’ve always wanted to play an innocent babysitter.
TEAGAN PRESLEY: I would have never thought about that many different scenarios. When I read the script I thought it was really funny. I was on set with Shay Jordan and right after my scene there was a huge five-way with Sophia, Alektra Blue, Angie Savage, Sammie Rhodes and Lexi Tyler. I got to see them all go through makeup but I didn’t get to see the scene! It was funny to see Sammie Rhodes with a buttplug in her butt while she was waiting to shoot! Not just an ordinary houseful of girls!
SOPHIA SANTI: I don’t know if I heard the idea for this movie until I was on set! I didn’t really realize what the premise was until I got on set and saw all the hot girls! It was a lot of fun.
SHAY JORDAN: Once I found out it was our huge feature I was really excited about it. When I realized it was about babysitters I thought that was a cool topic. It’s sexy and cute. It’s what everybody wants.

Give me a little rundown of your scene and who was in it.
JESSE JANE: I’m a babysitter and Nikki Benz pays me – almost like a hooker – to fulfill her husband’s babysitter fantasy. I was supposed to play like a sweet, innocent babysitter and then fucking lay it on him. I loved the idea and I got to work with Nikki Benz again. She’s my tag-team partner!
TEAGAN PRESLEY: I am hired to watch a little boy. His older brother is there and he hurt his leg and he’s wearing a brace. I make fun of him and tease him and he’s kind of mean to me at first. I start to tease him and once I notice that I’m turning him on I shoot him down and leave him with blue balls. I later walk into the bathroom and catch him masturbating. After that he takes control and dominates me. It has a lot more dirty talk than usual. I’m not used to that! I felt awkward delivering those lines.
SOPHIA SANTI: There are four wives and their husbands are out doing naughty things. To keep their wives occupied the husbands hire me – a sort of dominatrix escort – to come over. I get to do four lovely ladies with my strap-on, among other things. Angie Savage, Lexi Tyler, Sammie Rhodes and Alektra Blue. They’re all very beautiful.
SHAY JORDAN: It was a really long one because I had one after another. I did one with Scott Nails as his girlfriend and then we get caught in the parents’ bedroom I was babysitting for! They punish me by fucking the shit out of me! Ben English and Gina Lynn played the parents. I had a lot of dialogue. I heard I did really good acting. It has to be my best movie ever because I actually got to play a character I was really good at. I was scared, shy and in trouble. Then I totally turned into a sexual freak. It was cool.

Did you ever babysit growing up?
JESSE JANE: You know, I actually did. My dad was very strict. He had a military background. I needed to earn my own money for my own car. I had nothing else to do because I moved around a lot. I always babysat for really young kids and toddlers.
TEAGAN PRESLEY: I did babysit when I was younger. I was a very good babysitter.
SOPHIA SANTI: I did. I babysat quite a lot. That was one of my main forms of income when I was young!
SHAY JORDAN: Not really other people’s kids. My family had enough kids of their own!

Why do you think babysitters have a reputation of being wild and doing naughty things? Did you do anything sneaky while babysitting?
JESSE JANE: When you think of a babysitter it’s usually a hot teenage girl. The dads all remember when they were younger chasing a piece of ass like that around! With my dad, the only way I could get a boy over was to sneak him over while I was babysitting at somebody’s house. I always sent my boyfriends over or maybe a girlfriend would come over just to be stupid. We didn’t do anything bad. I never had sex but we got a little foreplay in.
TEAGAN PRESLEY: Nothing ever happened. I was a goody-two-shoes. When I was a babysitter I had never even kissed a guy!
SOPHIA SANTI: I don’t know. I never did any of that stuff. I never had a boyfriend over. I never had any friends over at all. I never gave a father one sideways look. If they were looking at me sideways I had no idea. I didn’t get corrupted until I moved to LA!
SHAY JORDAN: I think it’s mostly because of movies. A lot of movies make people believe that’s what happens. When girls watch those movies they get ideas! I honestly think it’s all hype but I’m sure girls do it all the time.

I’ve noticed that more and more adult movies are really well written comedies. How important is having a sense of humor in your career?
JESSE JANE: I think it’s important. Yeah, you’re buying it for the sex but you need to be funny sometimes. You can’t take everything seriously. A lot of the girls in this business think they’re serious actresses. That’s the problem. Jack’s Playground Teen America are the funniest things. Everybody buys them because they’re funny. People should take their career seriously but you don’t need to act like Tom Cruise. You should have fun with it.
TEAGAN PRESLEY: I’ve been noticing that, too. When a guy is with his girlfriend and they’re looking for something more couples related, they probably end up fast forwarding through the dialogue anyway. With a comedy you’re at least entertained between the sex scenes. A comedy keeps people watching instead of fast-forwarding through to the next scene.
SOPHIA SANTI: I think you have to have a sense of humor in porn. I wouldn’t take it too seriously. All that matters is delivering your lines and making it come out properly. I think that we did a pretty good job. When we did Pirates, Evan Stone made the movie for me. He was so funny and he really delivered his lines.

Tell me about working with Robby D. on Babysitters.
JESSE JANE: I love working with Robby D. He’s very funny and he never makes you feel uncomfortable. He wants everybody to have fun on set. You can have long, tiring days but he makes you laugh the whole time. He keeps getting better and better.
TEAGAN PRESLEY: It’s always good. We were shooting outside. I had to shoot my scene like ten times. I just felt so bad because they had to keep moving the cameras to get different angles and it was burning hot outside. I just wanted to do my lines right so they could get out of the sun!
SOPHIA SANTI: Robby’s always a ham. You can’t ever take him seriously for sure. He’s always a lot of fun. He’s like a big kid on set. You never know what he’s going to do next.
SHAY JORDAN: It was really easy. That day was crazy, though. VH1 was there and he was really frustrated because we had two scenes that day and one scene took about 12 hours. It was a long day.

What are some things you’d like to accomplish with your career?
TEAGAN PRESLEY: I’ve got a long list! How long do you have? I’ve been on the cover of Front magazine, Men’s World, People in Australia – I want to do all of that over again. That was in 2004 and 2005. I want to be on the cover of every adult magazine before I retire. I’ve been doing this since I was 18 and I’m 22 now. I’m still really young. I have a lot of goals but I don’t want to give them all away yet!
SOPHIA SANTI: I have a few ideas for movies for myself and if I can’t find somebody to write up a script for me I’m going to do it my damn self!
SHAY JORDAN: I’d love to open my own restaurant. I love to cook and that is my real goal in life. I want my own restaurant. I can cook the foods that I want and boss people around! I want to be my own boss.

What would you like to say to your fans?
JESSE JANE: I fucking love my fans. You fucking rock! You’re the best. I love you. Keep whacking off to me and I won’t let you down!
TEAGAN PRESLEY: Thank you for all of your support and I can’t wait for you guys to see the movies I have coming out. Watch out for Filth Comes First the 2nd Edition for Robby D. It’s a straight anal scene. It’s one of my favorite scenes that I’ve ever done.
SOPHIA SANTI: Watch out for my website! I have a movie that just came out with Jana Cova. You didn’t get to see her in Babysitters but you can see her with me in Scream.
SHAY JORDAN: Thank you very much for supporting me. I have a lot of fans and friends on MySpace and they leave me really nice comments and it’s great to hear from all of them.

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Exclusive Interview: Lily Lane

Lily Lane might be known for her amazing ink work, but fans and critics will tell that you she’s even more known for her smoking hot scenes.

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Lily Lane might be known for her amazing ink work, but fans and critics will tell that you she’s even more known for her smoking hot scenes.

Lane got her start in adult working for Burning Angel, and has since appeared on multiple DVD covers and continues to be cast in many of their films. You can see her in scenes for several prominent adult studios and always shooting exclusive content along with custom scenes for her legions of fans.

Rock Confidential caught up with Lily to talk about her adult career, music and what’s coming up next.

It’s great to catch up with you Lily! How are things going?

Hey! Thanks are going great! Busy but great!

What were you like in high school – were you shy, outgoing?

OMG, I was like the weird kinda like slutty goth girl I guess you could say! I wasn’t very shy, I kind of stood out and was loud

When did you first become comfortable with your sexuality?

Hmmm… I’ve been super sexual since I was 14.

What part of your personality gets you into trouble the most?

I’m not good at keeping my mouth shut . If something’s bothered me I’ve always spoken up about it. So I guess you could say I speak my mind and sometimes people don’t like that.

Do you remember the first time you saw porn or any adult material? What was your initial reaction?

Yes! It totally just made me all gooey in the right place! It was hot and I wanted to do that!

Did you have any misconceptions about the porn industry before you started?

Honestly I didn’t know too much before I started. I guess I never really gave it any in depth thought as to what really went on.

Looking back, how do you remember your very first year in Adult?

It was very short! I decided I wanted to get into porn and I shot four scenes and then I stopped. I was in a shitty relationship and was made to choose. Worst decision ever.

Did you have anyone give you advice when you first started? Do you think the adult industry needs more mentors for new talent?

I had no idea! No advice. No mentors. I kind of went into it blindly. Luckily I didn’t experience anything negative though. I mean, I don’t necessarily think there needs to be like a Porno 101, it’s just common sense. If you don’t know something ask questions. If something doesn’t seem right, go with your gut. You can say NO!

If you were to write your ultimate fantasy as a sex scene, how would it go?

Honestly I haven’t really thought about this. BUT it would definitely include multiple dicks. A gangbang for sure. Probably in some type of bondage. I’ll need to think about this more though.

What about your career is most appealing?

I love the fact that I can make my own schedule. I get paid to have sex. It’s really neat.

What’s been the biggest challenge as you’ve grown your career in Adult?

I think my biggest challenge has been traveling. I love being able to work specially in different places, but being a mom makes that difficult. I hate being away from my little human for more than a day!

How do you envision your future in Adult? What else would you like to do?

I’m just going along for the ride. We’ll see what happens. I want to be able to shoot as much as possible and have a bunch of great crazy different types of sexual experiences.

What are your thoughts on tube sites?

They’re there and there’s nothing we can do about it.

What kind of music do you listen to? Who are some of your favorite bands?

I get in weird moods! I listen to everything from Ministry to Lana Del Rey to The Black Dahlia Murder to like Interpol. Some I’m kind of everywhere.

What was your first concert? Who have you seen most recently?

My first concert was the Spice Girls when I was 10! The most recent show we’ve been to was I believe … uhhhhh, The Black Dahlia Murder? I think so…. I feel like we saw someone after that but I can’t remember.

What was the first album you bought with your own money when you were younger?

I’m pretty sure it was the Spice Girls.

What are some things in your life you are most proud of?

I think I’m a pretty fucking rad mom.

What are you up to next?

Next? As in right now? Probably going to get food as soon as I get off this plane! Well, I’m currently in the process of building content and possibly starting a site in the near future!

How can your fans get in touch with you?

My wonderful fans can find me at OnlyFans.com/lilylanexxx and on twitter at @lilylanexxx

Thank you Lily! What would you like to say to your fans to wrap things up?

Thank you guys! Thanks for paying for your porn and thank you for requesting me to your favorite companies!

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Exclusive Interview: Jillian Janson

Jillian began webcam modeling at the age of 18. Within days of posing nude online, she flew to Los Angeles to start making adult films and pursue her need for self-expression. As she rocks the world of adult entertainment, Jillian Janson wants you to know she is the starlet to watch.

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Raised in the Midwest in a household of strong women, Jillian Janson was never shy about her sexuality. Growing up in a conservative area where anything sexual was ignored, Janson found her lusty urges frowned upon.

Exploring her budding sexuality, and loving every minute of it, Janson pushed on through her teenage years feeling awkward in her skin for wanting to express herself creatively and sexually.

While still in high school, Janson began webcam modeling at the age of 18. Within days of posing nude online, she flew to Los Angeles to start making adult films and pursue her need for self-expression.

Janson has worked with every major studio and graced the pages of magazines like Penthouse and Club International. When she is not shooting hardcore scenes, Janson takes her sexy moves on the road, feature dancing at clubs across the country.

As she rocks the world of adult entertainment, Jillian Janson wants you to know she is the starlet to watch!

It’s great to catch up with you Jillian! How are things going?

I’m incredible! I absolutely have no regrets or complaints! My life is moving at the perfect pace and everything is wonderfully falling into place. I’ve done a lot of traveling. Over the last two years I’ve headlined at a few of the top strip clubs in the states such as New York, Las Vegas, and my own city of LA. It’s such a huge passion for me and it’s not much of a distraction from being able to handle all the other things I do such as planning my own productions!

You recognized early on that you wanted to work in Adult, even before becoming a senior in high school, right? When did you first become comfortable with your sexuality and how did that lead to your career decision?

Well you can say that, but not necessarily. I always knew I was sexual and watched films growing up, but I didn’t connect the two or realize it was the best thing for me until a couple days into performing my first few videos. My confidence on set shined through. Not only companies but fans were seeing how much I enjoyed what I was doing. I was comfortable with myself at age 13, but whether people in my environment were comfortable is a different story. With name calling and such in school it didn’t really encourage me to be comfortable, but the instant I got out of that hell hole I knew who I was.

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Do you remember the first time you saw porn or any adult material? What was your initial reaction?

I found out what sex toys were before I even knew what porn was. Now that you’re refreshing my memory I happened to look in my mother’s closet, found a box of toys, and inside was a DVD. I popped it in the player and instantly felt mesmerized. I couldn’t name the girl to this day, but she turned me on so much and I couldn’t stop masturbating. Eventually I realized I no longer needed the movie to get me off, but instances at school or in public with sexy strangers turned me on more.

Did you have any misconceptions about the porn industry before you started? How do you remember your very first year in adult?

No not really. I just wanted to go with the flow and learn the industry inside and out before I started having any insight. I’ve been in long enough to know the ups and downs, but regardless of those I absolutely love my career and this industry is extremely educational. It was incredible learning all the things I did when I first began, especially since the first year was so intense being fresh out of high school, curious, and extremely motivated for experience. I was booked up months solid before unfortunately a relationship ruined my motivation, but as I mentioned lessons were learned and I moved on to create an even better career for myself. I realized that I’d rather stay single and independent which keeps me on my grind. I plan to fall in love some day, but for now I’m staying away. My second year was better and my third honestly has been the most life changing!

If you were to write your ultimate fantasy as a sex scene, how would it go?

Unfortunately for you I don’t want to ruin any ideas or fantasies I have in my head for my own scripts, because I officially have my own company (although nothing will be released for a while), but I can tell you that a lot of my fantasies right now include women!

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What about your career is most appealing? What’s been the biggest challenge as you’ve grown your career?

I’ve not only learned a lot about myself, but other people and understanding what they like, why they like it, and how they like it. When it comes to sex, whether anyone wants to admit it or not it’s always on our mind. I learned that my mind in a sense is like a man, when a woman walks by I will focus on which parts of her I like the most and my imagination will go off. This industry has allowed me to accept that I can be anything and it gave me the confidence to achieve everything. Any idea or thought I have I learned to act on them no matter how ridiculous they look or sound, there is always someone that finds the beauty in something you don’t.

What are your thoughts on tube sites?

Honestly, it’s how I started the industry. I definitely wouldn’t be here without them considering how curious I was. But now that I have been in the industry, I know how difficult it is for companies and how tubes sites have really impacted their business models. Then I came to the conclusion that the work I could potentially get would be affected in a way too, so immediately I stopped watching tube sites. Right after I learned descriptively how to eat pussy by Nina Hartley, Seymour Butts, and Ron Jeremy.

What was your first concert? Who have you seen most recently?

My first memorable concert involved with my friends happened to be in Minnesota at the State Fair when Mac Miller, Big K.R.I.T, and Wiz Khalifa performed. It was an amazing experience, but now that I’m older concerts are much for fun. I’ve been to a few festivals over the last few years such as Escape, White Wonderland, and EDC. I don’t have any favorites when it comes to festivals, but I love electronic and my body flows with the beat effortlessly. I’m sure in the future Burning Man will be crossed off my bucket list!

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What was the first album you bought with your own money when you were younger?

Wow you’re really making me have to dig through my memories. (laughs) Oh I got it, but it wasn’t even an album. It happened to be these things called “Hit Clips.” I would go out and buy a bunch of these between Britney Spears, the Backstreet Boys, and so on until I had all the big artists of the 90s!

Who do you listen to if you just want to rock out?

I’m starting to give everyone access to my favorite playlist on an app called www.8tracks.com. It’s the best place to find your favorite genre, mood, or artist and mix them into an amazing list. Thanks to this app I don’t usually have a favorite song, because it produces so many great remixes however at the moment I’m a bit obsessed with the song “Closer” by The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey.

Here are links to my all time two favorite playlists, enjoy!
http://8tracks.com/nickmiles/tropical | http://8tracks.com/nxvelty/i-ll-take-care-of-you

What are some things in your life you are most proud of?

My humble, understanding, and positive personality. I am proud of who I AM, not what I have.

Thank you Jillian! What would you like to say to your fans to wrap things up?

I couldn’t thank everyone enough for all the support, advice, or compliments that have been given to me over the years. It truly helps receiving feedback that helps you want to better your career and aim for success. Looks don’t matter to me, it’s what you do with your life and how you treat people. So what you have on the inside is what matters the most. I’ve been nothing but sincere from my heart and it makes me so appreciative of anyone that tells me I’ve helped them in anyway whether it’s getting over someone get over something or watching my videos to help a relationship. It doesn’t matter what I look like on the outside even if I happen to be attractive, I will always stay true to what’s on the inside.

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Exclusive Interview: Julia Ann

Hall Of Fame performer Julia Ann has accomplished a lot in her career. Now, she is using her iconic status to raise awareness of the grassroots fight against Prop 60. We discuss this in more detail and find out about her favorite bands and reminisce about wild nights on the Sunset Strip.

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Hall Of Fame performer Julia Ann has accomplished a lot in her career. From receiving the acclaimed AVN Award for Best Actress in 2004 to multiple nominations and awards throughout the adult industry, Julia Ann sees success after success every year.

Now, Julia Ann is using her iconic status to raise awareness of the grassroots fight against Prop 60. On November 8th, Prop 60 will be on the California voting ballot and if passed, it can prove to have devastating ramifications to the adult entertainment industry.

We sat down with Julia Ann to discuss Prop 60 in more detail and talk about several key elements that are most important. We also know she’s a rocker so we had to ask about some of her favorite bands and reminisce about wild nights on the Sunset Strip.

It’s great to catch up with you Julia Ann! How are things going?

Things are wonderful. I’m excited about a new website that I recently launched WomenByJuliaAnn.com. As you might be able to tell by the title it’s geared towards women. Having a large amount of female followers I realized through contact with them that many of them had desires and needs that typical sex-based sites don’t address or fulfill. My goal with WomenByJuliaAnn.com is to bridge the gap between everyday life and sex. I’ve tried to incorporate sexuality, health, cooking and a community support system for those that need it. It’s ever-evolving and I’m hoping it will grow beyond my imagination.

You have stepped up as a major opponent to Prop 60. Please tell me about your decision to make that a priority.

The industry has changed rapidly over the past couple decades. The internet changed the entire structure of the adult industry, much in the same ways as the music industry. Instead of having a few major companies and performers, we now have the majority of performers owning smaller companies or at the very least having a financial stake in the content produced. When Prop 60 came along it frightened me because so many of the performers are just going about their daily lives and weren’t aware of the severe repercussions that Prop 60 would cause them. Because I’ve been in the business since 1992 and seen the evolution I felt that I could bring an awareness that not everyone had the ability to do.

On the surface, Prop 60 appears to be about protecting California adult film workers from disease and is promoted as being fair and responsible. To the everyday voter, restrictions that result in more health protection sounds like a fine idea. Would you say that misconception is the biggest hurdle in growing opposition to Prop 60?

The biggest issue is the idea that the 1970’s & 1980’s model of the industry still exists today. The internet has almost completely dissolved the line between performer and company, thus making the vast majority of performers the company, producer or at the very least giving them a finial stake in the product. So now you can see where the performers will not be exempt from Prop 60 like the proponent wants you to believe. Under the current structure of the industry it absolutely applies to performers. Now apply this notice and disclosure to the performers that own their own content and the married couple that webcam with each other from their bedroom to make a living. This is not only an unnecessary burden to the individuals involved, but it is also a huge breach of personal privacy and a chilling example of Orwellian government overreach. Once the public understands how the industry model is today, suddenly Prop 60 becomes very invasive, litigious and unsafe in many ways including the likelihood of making it less safe health wise.

There are several shocking elements of Prop 60, the most egregious is incentivizing any resident of California to sue adult performers for not using condoms. Not only does this sound expensive for taxpayers, but I would guarantee opponents to adult entertainment are already lining up to take advantage if it passes. Can you please explain how this would work and how the financial burden could impact performers?

If Prop 60 passed, California would be the first state in the nation to offer financial incentive (25% of the fees in this case) to sue workers based on not like the way they do their job. Stressing out the already overwhelmed court system and making a lawyers get rich quick dream. In Prop 60 the suit filled with go straight to discovery which will release all personal information, real names, addresses and more straight to the public. As with any entertainment field the Actors in the adult industry have a very passionate fan base as well as other people and groups that wish to harm them. Prop 60 would give anyone access to the performers, and that could prove very dangerous and at the least bring about some level of harassment. Let’s not forget that the workers are human and have friends, family, children and neighbors that could be put directly in harm’s way.

An important concern also has to be the privacy and safety of performers. How does Prop 60 put that at risk?

My own experience with stalkers leave me feeling every uncomfortable with what Prop 60 can do. One stalker in particular flew from North Carolina to Los Angeles and proceeded to take selfies of herself in the LAX airport and put them on social media saying that I was suppose to pick her up from the airport. She accused me of leaving her abandoned without her medication. She wrote that we were engaged, she won the lottery, bought us a house and was very angry at me for dating my boyfriend behind her back. She is most definitely someone that I don’t want to have easy access to my personal information.

Then there’s the different divisions of the Adult Industry, such as the Lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, queer/questioning (LBGTQ) community that have many hate groups gunning for them. Recently the Orlando nightclub shooting is a perfect example of what hate can bring to a community. In the current cycle of racial violence, the black community in the Industry is also at risk. They are often faced problems with people who don’t believe people of different ethnicities should be working with each other. I myself have received hateful and threatening backlash for working outside “My Race” as they refer to it. So does California really want to bring groups (like the Westboro Church) or even individuals (like Omar Matten, Shawn Allen Berry, Lawrence Russell Brewer and John William King) free reign to harass, terrorize or harm these workers? This fear is very real for us.

There are currently over 1600 "No On 60" Avatars On Social Media

Julia Ann has currently made over 1000 “No On 60” avatars

You’ve been able to capitalize on adult entertainment’s social media presence by creating “No On 60” avatars for hundreds of performers. Please tell me more about this and how many “No On 60” images you’ve helped create.

I was frustrated. I had been to more than one Cal/Osha meeting to discuss health and safety measures having to do with our industry. Each time the performers spoke on their feeling and beliefs a representative from Aids Healthcare Foundation would stand and say “Someone needs to speak for these poor people that are being used by greedy producers and companies for profit.” I would feel so defeated. The voices of 50, 100, 150 or 200 adult workers speaking for their health to the very government board designed to listen to them, were being silenced, dismissed and erased by a representative from a third party organization that shouldn’t have any say in the safety of the actual stakeholders. It was like one of those bad dreams where you’ve been kidnapped and you find yourself behind a one way mirror that’s soundproof. Your screaming and banging on the mirror for help but no one hears you and you feel hopeless.

I was tired of being railroaded so I thought, if they don’t hear us maybe they can see us. So I made myself a #NoProp60 avatar and posted it. I asked if anyone wanted me to make them one and now I estimate I’ve made close to 1000 myself. That’s not including the people who made their own avatars and other adult industry people that started helping me. Kiss Sins has made around 500 and Connie was around 100 last I check over a month ago. So as you can see the overwhelming majority are showing visual opposition to Prop 60.

As of September 16, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation – the only donor to Prop. 60 – has contributed $2,247,809.19. That’s a lot of money. Do you have any insight into their support of Prop 60?

Prop 60 was written by an individual, not a government agency. That individual being Michael Weinstein of the Aids Healthcare foundation who is (by the words of his own people) “Controversial”. I explain that he has currently bled over $4,000,000.00 from the non-profit organization to further his personal agenda. A man who has made a comfortable living off being the CEO of a large organization that is suppose to be helping the HIV community and looking for a cure. Instead, he has systematically tried to block PrEP, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. This medication is called Truvada and is proven to prevent the spread of HIV with results of prevention greater than 92% according to the CDC and other studies showing 99% and greater. He has called it a party drug, saying that adults aren’t trustworthy to take the medication reliably and instead he pushes condom use which is not near as effective. Not only is it insulting or Orwellian to say that adults can’t act like responsible adults but where’s the logic in thinking that, if they aren’t responsible enough to take a preventative medication why would they be responsible enough to use condoms or even use condoms correctly? So what could be the underlying motive. Well, if you read prop 60 you will see where Michael Weinstein has written himself into the legislature for a taxpayer funded job.

“In the event the Attorney General fails to defend this Act, or the Attorney General fails to appeal an adverse judgment against the constitutionality or statutory permissibly of this Act, in whole or in part, in any court, the Act’s proponent (again, Weinstein, himself) shall be entitled to assert his direct and personal stake by defending the Act’s validity in any court.” Which means Michael Weinstein would be able to exert power above the Attorney General, he could hold this position for life. It would take a majority vote of each house of the Legislature to remove him. Even our governor doesn’t have that provision.

As far as Michael Weinstein is concerned, the actual workers (Performers) voices and health in the Industry don’t matter. We have asked multiple times for him to meet with us, even though we still don’t understand why he should have any say in our industry or in our health. Ever request has been completely ignored. He has shown a flagrant disinterest in us as a group of workers or in our feelings as human beings. He has shunned us as a group and individually. It has been hurtful, upsetting, and disrespectful. Michael Weinstein has been misleading the public by saying that performers want this but are too afraid to say anything. Well that really can’t hold water when the majority of performers are now producing and he has refused to meet with us and hear what we do or don’t want. The Industry estimates there’s around 1800 active performers today and an estimated 1500 of them have changed their Social Media Profile Accounts to represent their strong opposition to Prop 60 with a #NoProp60 hashtag. So once again his words don’t add up.

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Check out Julia Ann’s newest website, WomenByJuliaAnn.com

What do you feel is the strongest argument against Prop 60?

Prop 60 will not keep performers safe, as it claims. In fact, it will put our workers like myself at immense risk by enabling ANY resident of California to sue us, and gain access to our legal names and home addresses. It’s a waste of California tax dollars, and will cost the state millions each year. It will even give the head of the special interest group who drafted it a state subsidized job to enforce Prop 60. Call me old fashioned, but I don’t think taxpayer dollars should be spent on paying someone to watch porn and file lawsuits, especially when our state is in such dire economic straights.

It speaks volumes when all the political parties, major editorials, other major AIDS organizations and over 20 human rights organizations all Oppose Prop 60.

Let’s jump back in time a little. Do you remember the first time you saw porn or any adult material? How old were you and what was your initial reaction?

I guess the answer depends on what you consider porn. My dad had the latest edition of Playboy in the bathroom drawer. I remember thinking that those women were beautiful. I think I might have been around 12 years old when I accidentally put in a movie (I think it was called Butterfly) that turned out to be porn. It wasn’t what I expected to come on the television! (laughs) I was shocked but not scarred. I was afraid that someone was going to walk in so I turned it off. I don’t remember thinking anything other than “What the heck? Holy what? Oh my God, turn this thing off!”

Did you have any misconceptions about the porn industry before you started? How do you remember your very first year in adult?

The first time I went to a porn set I was so nervous but Janine and I were going into it together so I think it made it much easier to have my best friend with me. There was so much going on and it was nothing like I thought it would be. There were makeup artists, wardrobe designers, catering, lighting crews, production assistants, paperwork to fill out and so much more. I guess my idea of a porn shoot was a man with a camera and maybe a light. I was so wrong. It was a full on production with all the bells and whistles. Janine Lindemulder (we did our first movie together) and I spent hours being styled. Big hair – it was the 90’s after all – and lots of makeup. We were covered in baby powder in order to be stuffed into latex dresses and then wiped down with a silicone gel to remove the powder. I could have never imagined it would be so much work to put on a dress, nor did I know that wearing latex would result in so much heat and sweat.

What about your career is most appealing?

There are so many things that I find appealing about the industry. I work with some of the most fun people I know. I work in a world of affection and open sexuality. I make my own rules in scenes, pick to work with people I like to be around, create beautiful and sometimes edgy content. I’ve been able to try out my fantasies, push my limits when I want to and show strength for women that stand for owning their bodies.

Despite what the mainstream media reports, I’ve always seen most porn as being empowering for women. Especially the ambitious ones. What are your thoughts?

I think porn is very empowering for women. I realize that that way of thinking flips some people on their ear, but owning the right to what you do with your body it the ultimate power. Whether is be birth control, Roe V Wade, tattoos/piercings, work or sex, no one should be dictating to people how to use their bodies.

Do you think the adult industry needs and could benefit from more mentors for new talent?

All industries could benefit from having mentors. A group of us were just discussing that very thing. I would really like to see something implemented before someone decides to work in the adult industry. It’s a wonderful industry if it’s right for you but of course there are cons, especially when you factor in how the mainstream public can react to it. Even one movie is for life and you have to be ready to accept that.

Julia Ann and Janine in Vivid's Blondage, 1998

Julia Ann and Janine in Vivid’s Blondage, 1998

The adult industry – just like the music industry – has been severely damaged by torrents, free streaming content and file sharing. What is the most effective way for performers to make a living?

This is the very reason the industry model changed so much. Performers can’t easily make a living from only performing and that’s where we’ve had to get creative. The performers today had to incorporate other ways of bringing in revenue from their content. There are affiliate programs, live website appearances, individual websites, selling your DVDs at appearances. It is for this very reason that, bringing back Prop 60, Prop 60 affects everyone.

Let’s talk a little music. What was your first concert? Who have you seen most recently?

My first concert was Duran Duran. Although today I’m more of a rocker with my Dio, Judas Priest, and Kix. Most recently I went to a Hair Nation concert in Irvine Meadows, California. I was most excited to see Kix play.

What was the first album you bought with your own money when you were younger?

I believe it was Linda Ronstadt.

Who do you listen to if you just want to rock out? Any guilty pleasures you love to listen to but never talk about?

I listen to a little of everything but when I really want to jump around I play the Dead Season cover of Garth Brooks’ “Thunder Rolls.”

In one of my interviews with Janine, she mentioned that you’ve been friends since 1988 and you both loved 80s hair bands. She said you’d watch music videos together and take turns pointing out which guys you’ve shared a “special moment” with. For rock fans, the 1980s Sunset Strip is a place of legendary characters and debauchery. How do you remember those days?

Those were amazing carefree days. We were so young and spent our evenings at the Rainbow Bar and Grill dancing and just being rocker girls. On Sunday nights we go-go danced at a club in Redondo Beach called Fashion’s Nightclub. Sundays were KNAC nights with Dangerous Darren and Crazy Craig. We spent what money they paid us to buy matching outfits and that’s how we started touring as a dance duo called “Blondage.” The best part of the Sunset Strip was just hanging out outside the clubs. Hundreds of people and bands would walk up and down Sunset Boulevard passing out flyers to their upcoming shows. We all socialized with each other every weekend. It was a non-stop party with plenty of drinking, dancing, and one night stands.

What are some things in your life you are most proud of?

Over the years I’ve done so many things that it’s difficult to pinpoint all the things I’ve been proud to be a part of, so I will just say that everything I’ve done have made me the person I am today. I’m a survivor, an activist, a feminist and relentless in my pursuit of truth and fairness. I hope that I’ve been able to instill a sense of pride in my fellow peers and fans. My journey is not over and I hope in the future to be able to help others in the way they view themselves and what they feel about their sexuality, that is one of the goals I have for WomenByJuliaAnn.com. As a dog rescuer and a sex worker activist, I want to leave the world a better place than when I came.

Thank you Julia Ann! What would you like to say to your fans to wrap things up?

I want to thank all my fans for being on this journey with me and for involving me in their journey. Please check out my newest website WomenByJuliaAnn.com and as always JuliaAnnLive.com as well. Please help us maintain our rights as American Workers and as Human Beings. Vote No on Prop 60. If you want to learn more about why we are so against Prop 60 visit StopProp60.com.

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Exclusive Interview: Sarah Vandella

Blonde bombshell Sarah Vandella has been performing in the adult entertainment industry since 2007. In that time she’s graced countless DVD covers and worked for every top studio in the business. We caught up with Sarah to talk about her career in Adult, her favorite bands and what she’s up to next

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Blonde bombshell Sarah Vandella has been performing in the adult entertainment industry since 2007. In that time she’s graced countless DVD covers and worked for every top studio in the business.

The 5’3 beauty has received 12 AVN Awards nominations – including Best Actress and two for Best Supporting Actress – and XBIZ Awards nominations for MILF Of The Year and multiple Best Actress nominations.

When she’s not on set, you’ll find her cranking up rock and metal tunes, volunteering in her community, or just hanging out in Long Island with her friends.

Rock Confidential caught up with Sarah to talk about her career in Adult, her favorite bands and what she’s up to next!

How are things going Sarah?

I’m fantastic! It’s great to catch up with you!

Let’s start off by finding out what you were like when you were in high school – were you shy, outgoing?

I was pretty shy in high school because, I was kind a chubby and a little self-conscious.

When did you first become comfortable with your sexuality?

I became comfortable with my sexuality probably when I was in my early 20s.

Do you remember the first time you saw porn or any adult material? What was your initial reaction?

Yes, I always enjoyed watching porn. I was turned on from it the first time I saw it, and I still am!

Did you have any misconceptions about the porn industry before you started?

No, I didn’t. I went in completely green with no information and no expectations.

Looking back, how do you remember your very first year in adult?

It was lot of fun, but overwhelming. Nobody sits you down and teaches you how to be a porn star, or how to find caramels, and how to open up for lighting. You have to figure out that shit on your own. If you’re good at it it shows, and if you’re not then that shows too.

Did you have anyone give you advice when you first started? Do you think the adult industry needs more mentors for new talent?

No, I believe that the adult industry needs to screen talent to make sure that they’re aware of what they’re getting into. They have to come into it mentally, physically and spiritually able to handle it!

If you were to write your own sex scene with just things you get off on, how would it go?

I would have a gangbang for sure!

What about your career is most appealing?

I love everything about shooting porn!

Despite what the mainstream media reports, I’ve always seen most porn as being empowering for women. Especially the ambitious ones. Is that how you see it?

Yes, absolutely YES!

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What’s been the biggest challenge as you’ve grown your career in Adult?

I honestly can’t think of any challenges.

What part of your personality gets you into trouble the most?

I am such a flirt! It gets me in major trouble!

How do you envision your future in Adult? What else would you like to do?

I want to keep shooting! By no means am I done, and eventually I would like to have my own production company or a directing line for a company.

What are your thoughts on tube sites?

My only thought is that they suck.

With the rise in popularity of “free” porn on tube sites, the business model has been destroyed – very similar to how torrents and YouTube have destroyed the music industry. What is the most effective way for performers to make a living in Adult?

Be smart with your money and don’t get stupid.

What has been the coolest part of your career so far?

It’s amazing being able to travel around shooting porn.

What kind of music do you listen to? Who are some of your favorite bands?

I’m a classic rock girl! My favorites are Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

What was your first concert? Who have you seen most recently?

My first concert was James Taylor with my parents, when I was a kid. The most recent show I went to was Ted Nugent.

What was the first album you bought with your own money when you were younger?

I bought Duran Duran’s Ordinary World.

Who do you listen to if you just want to rock out?

I rock out to Metallica and Van Halen!

What are you up to next?

I have some more shoots coming up, feature dancing, attending conventions, and shooting porn!

How can your fans get in touch with you?

You can phone me at DreamLover, or you can find me on Twitter @MsSarahVandella, and check out my website, SarahVandella.com!

Thank you Sarah! What would you like to say to your fans to wrap things up?

Thank you, I love my fans and I love what I do! I appreciate you so much! Keep paying for your porn, and please continue to support; so we can continue to provide adult content!

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Exclusive Interview: Jenevieve Hexxx

Clairvoyant, clairaudient, medium, spiritual counselor, belly dancer, snake charmer, model, feature dancer, and porn star. We spoke with Jenevieve Hexxx about embracing her inner goddess and how she’s incorporating a career in adult entertainment into her already wild and witchy lifestyle.

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Welcome to the enchanted and wonderfully wicked otherworld of Jenevieve Hexxx. Clairvoyant, clairaudient, medium, spiritual counselor, belly dancer, snake charmer, model, feature dancer, and porn star. And believe it or not, that’s just a few dark and divine manifestations of her cosmic creativity.

Follow her on Twitter or like her on Facebook and you’ll soon discover the many artistic sides of Jenevieve Hexxx. An accomplished feature dancer, photos from her performances have got to be seen to be believed.

Rock Confidential spoke with Jenevieve Hexxx about embracing her inner goddess and how she’s incorporating a career in adult entertainment into her already wild and witchy lifestyle.

How are things Jenevieve? What have you been up to?

Greetings! My life is an eclectic magick land. I’ve been up to all things.

As a third-generation practitioner of Magick, when did you first realize your talent?

I’ve been having prophecy dreams and seeing spirit world and the otherside since I was three years old. I inherited it.

You have an impressive bio – belly and snake dancing, burlesque, Tarot and psychic readings, acting, wrestling, modeling. How has each evolved into your lifestyle and when did you realize your career path? Did one aspect serve as a catalyst into another?

I’ve always known my career path. I used to roll quarters and roll my belly when I was a wee witch. I used to put my legs behind my head and do contortion but I had no idea what it was. None are a catalyst into others, more like a cosmic expansion on the same theme in a different manifestation … pure creative energy disciplined into artistic form.

When some people hear words like “Magick” and “clairvoyant” and “invocations” they immediately think of something evil. You make it clear that you’re working to get rid of negative entities and inspire love and healing. Do you understand their confusion? Can abilities like yours be used for evil, too?

I totally understand their confusion. It’s based on religious dogma which paganism does not have. Paganism embraces all pantheons and all religions minus the fear and brainwashing. “Hell” yes magick can be used for evil. All magick is grey … it’s the practitioners choice to liberate or attempt to ensue chaos.

What has been the most significant impact your abilities have had for someone? Does the impact your abilities have on others affect you personally?

I see the impact everywhere. My tarot clients who have embraced the goddess within them over the years, my friends who I see sensing the subtle energies of the divine and new humans I can encounter who get that light of inspiration in their eyes. We are all affected like a crazy cosmic team and I’m the wild “sorce’eress channeling from the source.

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How would you describe your personality when you were younger, around high school age?

I was – and still am – dancing to the beat of my own drum. I’m not and never have been interested in the mundane or the temporal, more the dark and the divine. I had a lot of drug problems back then because I didn’t walk in this world like other humans. I’m enchanted and wonderfully wicked now so I have no need for those intoxicants. I’m intoxicated by my surreal witchy world of wonders.

Do you remember the first time you saw an adult movie or “dirty” magazine?

Yup … I found a Playboy In my stepdads drawer and I practiced the poses.

When did you first become comfortable with your sexuality?

I’m a naughty girl and have been since I was little. I used to get girls off in my basement. They loved it. I got really sexually liberated when I started dating boys.

What motivated you to add ‘adult actress’ to your already impressive resume?

I’ve planned it for years. I see it as powerful and embracing the wild goddess within. I don’t buy into the whole “disrespectful to women” thing. If your confident and know who you are then you won’t be anyone’s victim … unless that’s your fetish. (laughs)

Did anyone give you advice when you first started? Do you think the adult industry needs more mentors for new talent?

Positive goddess warrior priestesses to mentor, yes sure. I have come across some amazing humans in this industry and they have been inexplicably deep and helpful. Law of attraction.

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Do you have long-term goals in Adult or are you just playing it by ear right now?

I have many goals and massive ambitions. I’m a wild woman … I’ll share them at some point. It will be fun.

If you were to write your own sex scene with just things you get off on, how would it go?

Orgies and lots of hot tattooed girls … oh, and haunted places, cemeteries, places of worship with dark rituals, demon dwellings and all under then dark moon. There would be sex magick and bare raw flesh.

How is sex in your personal life different from sex at work? What are things that happen at work that don’t necessarily happen at home?

Every scenario under the sun has happened at home. Work is not deep penetrating soul bonds – it’s just deep penetrating sex.

What about your career is most appealing?

Everything. I’m a camera whore.

Even though you have a wide range of interests and skills, you’ve packaged it all together and it works. You’ve created your own brand. How do you envision the future of your career? What else would you like to do?

My plan is to make this world famous and inspire the masses to “wake up’ and dance and live! And kill their TVs …

What kind of music do you listen to? Who are some of your favorite artists?

I like soooooo many genres of music. I’m definitely a metal head / rocker chic. I also love classic rock, industrial, 80’s, disco, psychobilly and Punk. My favorite band ever is Led Zeppelin. I love Pantera, Static-X, Queens Of The Stone Age, Eagles Of Death Metal, Lords Of Acid, Rob Zombie, Metallica, Motorhead and TONS of others.

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What was the last concert you went to? What was your first concert?

First was live shows on the Sunset Strip when I was underage hanging with hair bands getting into lots of trouble. Faster Pussycat, Damn Yankees, Motley Crue. Last show was Ministry.

What was the first album you bought with your own money when you were younger?

(laughs) Hard to remember, but I know it was death rock like Sisters Of Mercy, Lords Of The New Church, The Cult, Specimen or maybe even Gene Loves Jezebel.

Please give us some advice to get rid of negativity and inspire healing. If someone wants to seek help from you, what services do you offer and how can they get in touch with you?

Well my psychic website is ThePsychicSorceress.com and there is lots of info on there. To follow my altered ego (laughs) go to JenevieveHexxx.com

What are you up to next?

I’m up to everything decadently sinful and lavishly sacred. I performed at Fetish Con in August and will be performing at the Inked Awards in New Jersey in November. Follow my social media for all my magick. I just finished my XXX website so join and see all my dirty delightful antics.

How can your fans get in touch with you?
JenevieveHexxx.com | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook (only 2 XX there because FB is lame) | JenevieveHexxx (at) gmail (dot) com Wooooo!

What would you like to say to your fans to wrap things up?

Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! The goddess is alive and magick is afoot … come join her and revel in her sensual erotic bosom … mmmmmmm!

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