"It's for the kids," replied most of them, with a grin engorged by alcohol and arousal.
Exactly which kids was unclear. The strippers' kids? The strippers themselves?
That wasn't the only question that went unanswered. There was also confusion as to what exactly the golfers were paying for — beyond a barrage of sexual innuendos involving strokes, balls and holes — when they bid on the exotic dancers to be their caddies for the day.
Starfall came of age in a wealthy household in Vietnam built on her grandfather's success. Instead of a luxury, Starfall saw the estate as a prison. Beyond the physical walls, she was confined by the traditional life she was expected to lead. Her only solace came when sneaking off the compound or masturbating in the bathroom with the shower-head while her nanny stood outside the door. Her break from this life came when her mother tried to set up an arranged marriage. Starfall refused and was kicked out of the house.
At 15, Starfall found herself at an all girls Catholic school in Oregon. This environment offered its own set of rules that Starfall could not abide. Her first sexual experience happened in the school's lunchroom with another girl.
As an adult, Starfall found herself stuffed into conservative business dresses, working in the bureaucracy of a corporate job. In 2011, she started webcam modeling at night. When her employer confronted her about her side career, Starfall quit the corporate world and began freelance modeling. In March of 2012, after meeting a Hustler executive at a swingers club she frequented, Starfall shot her first hardcore scene.
Publisher's Description: Lack of libido is women's most common sexual problem, and once in a secure relationship, a woman's sex drive often begins to plummet. Exploring what libido is and why it is being depleted, this book argues that women don't want sex because they don't feel sexy. At a time when women's libidos are being threatened by the wider forces of media, marketing, and medication and increasingly pressured lives, who can blame them? With increasing numbers of women with low libido being diagnosed as "sexually dysfunctional," the race to create a "pink Viagra" is on. This book engages such questions as: Do we have unrealistic expectations about our sex drive? Who defines what is normal and abnormal? And could "low libido" in fact be the natural order of things?
Why do you think lesbian porn is considered less hardcore than boy/girl?
I don't know. I get really dirty in my scenes, but I guess there just isn't enough pounding, even though I will pound the fuck out of a girl. There is that bias. When I say, "I'm a porn star," some people will say, "You're not a porn star. You're a model." I'm like, "Well I do porn. I show all my goodies so why am I not a porn star?"
Do you get paired more with petite or Amazonian women?
More petite performers. I've only been with a few taller women. I am so small it makes them look even bigger.
You have two ferrets, a cat and a dog. How terrible does your place smell?
I met Riley Murphy in 2012 when I interviewed her about the nature of romance novels. The BDSM author was so impressed by my questions, or possibly by the flamboyantly awesome photos of me she Googled after our conversation, that she emailed me days later asking if she could insert part of our conversation into the book she was writing: Stare Me Down.
I gave Murphy permission to use my name like it was her proverbial slave boy. She could have my character's skin get turned inside out by a psycho killer, make me a multi-talented cross-dresser, or turn me into a serial-masturbator/lama herdsman with a philosopher's heart. Obviously I secretly hoped Murphy would rewrite her entire book, making her protagonist fall for the acclaimed sex writer and all around love-muffin of masculinity, Shawn Alff. (I have high hopes for myself, or at least the fictional version of myself.)
It would be dishonest to interview Abraham pretending that I actually care what she has to say about sex. She’s 21. At 21, the most eloquent things I had to say on the subject came when justifying why I locked my roommate out of our efficiency so I could masturbate to 30-second bursts of free online porn. And honestly, did you find yourself reading this because you care what's on Abraham's mind or because she looks like an athletically slim Kim Kardashian with breast implants and a flare for anal sex?
Unfortunately, my perfectly laid plans were thwarted before they even got started. My questions had to be pre-approved and our interview would be conducted through email. Below are the responses I received, presumably from Abraham, though they could have been typed by a cast member from Meerkat Manor for all I know.
I left the responses unedited to maintain their integrity and Farrah’s "voice." Also, I’m hesitant to correct the grammatical blunders—of which I'm a serial offender—for fear of getting sued for libel. This is also why I want to be as honest as possible about my pure intentions in conducting this interview. Nothing devious. I really did just want to charm Farrah into filming a second sex tape with me.
I apologize if this quickie interview is as unfulfilling as I’m told one-night-stands are for women. It does however come with some pretty pictures of Abraham. I promise my next interview will be with a porn star who has a bit more to say about desire, sexuality, the business of selling sex — and who, most importantly, will be much more receptive to shooting a sex tape with me.
Verte is even more down-to-Earth than her hippie persona would imply. She instantly makes me feel as comfortable with myself — and my tiny camera — as she is when being circled by the scruffy photographers who prowl the AEE expo with their excessive equipment. Verte and other models have a pejorative for men who think their huge cameras give them permission to ask whatever they want of a model: GWCs or "guy with a camera." While Verte suggests this label doesn't apply to me, I suspect she may change her mind once I ask her about her infamous bush and armpit hair.
One of the questions I'm frequently asked is, "How do you know when it's time to give up on your marriage?"
If you’re considering divorce, I suggest first trying to make it work for at least one more year. Did you hear that? Try for at least one more year!
And I mean REALLY try. You can always call it quits. You always have that option. But once you pull that trigger, it's over. No more chances. Your life will never be the same. Do you have kids? Their lives will never be the same.