When did you decide you wanted to become a porn star?
I’ve always wanted to do porn! I don’t know why… maybe watched too much Howard Stern as a kid?
How do your parents feel knowing they have a famous porn star of a daughter?
They definitely wish I were doing something more socially acceptable, something they could brag to their friends about… but ultimately they are happy for me, and supportive of my decision to do porn. We talk every day, and have a great relationship still.
What is one thing you did and you didn’t think you were actually capable of doing?
DP! And I’m so glad I did. It’s literally the best sensation in the world, for me.
Is there anything you would absolutely decline, no matter how well it paid?
I would never eat shit, fuck a child, or fuck an animal
How many of your videos do you actually have an orgasm in?
Every single one. I’m very lucky, in that I know how to squeeze my pussy in a certain way to make myself cum. haha
What is the largest thing you ever fit in your poop hole?
Probably Mandingo’s dick. I’m not really a size queen.. bigger is not better for me. I could never date someone as big as Mandingo.
How long are male performers supposed to last? What happens if they come too fast? What if they don’t cum? What happens then?
Porn scenes typically last between 25 and 35 minutes. If they cum too soon, (which doesnt happen often) we just wait for him to get hard again and continue. If he can’t cum, we usually give him about 30-45 minutes to jerk off. If he can’t cum after that, we either reschedule for just the cum shot, or on very, very rare occasions, call another male pornstar in to do a stunt pop shot.
1. I was on the maybe fence for a while. I liked the idea that he didn’t give a fuck, wasn’t being pressured by lobbyists, and had some party agnostic ideas.
I’m over it. He’s a textbook demagogue. Blame the media if they point out lies, appeal to anger, blame the others, and dance confidently in front of the camera.
Moreover, he can’t control himself. He reminds me of my dog. Her prey drive is through the roof. If she’s off leash she will bolt after worthless floating shopping bags in the road. Even if it means running into traffic and potentially killing herself.
2. When trump said he wanted to debate Bernie, and when Bernie actually agreed, he released this hogwash. All this tells me is that all of his great promises such as arresting Hillary and building the wall mean nothing, because he can just make some lame excuse as to why it can’t happen because it’s someone else’s fault.
3. Wasn’t necessarily a die hard fan, but I was really trying to keep an open mind this election. I went to both Bernie and Hillary rallies, and was really excited to see Trump too.
The final straw was most definitely the rally. I’m not sure what I expected, but Trump’s rally was so…disturbing. His words inspired hate. The people around me were openly hostile and saying vicious things against minorities, women, and Hillary Clinton. And Trump seemed to revel in it. Someone who is so gleeful in hatred is not someone I want as a leader.
Luther Standing Bear was an Oglala Lakota Sioux Chief who, among a few rare others such as Charles Eastman, Black Elk and Gertrude Bonnin occupied the rift between the way of life of the Indigenous people of the Great Plains before, and during, the arrival and subsequent spread of the European pioneers. Raised in the traditions of his people until the age of eleven, he was then educated at the Carlisle Indian Industrial Boarding School of Pennsylvania, where he learned the english language and way of life. (Though a National Historical Landmark, Carlisle remains a place of controversy in Native circles.)
Like his above mentioned contemporaries, however, his native roots were deep, leaving him in the unique position of being a conduit between cultures. Though his movement through the white man’s world was not without “success” — he had numerous movie roles in Hollywood — his enduring legacy was the protection of the way of life of his people.
By the time of his death he had published 4 books and had become a leader at the forefront of the progressive movement aimed at preserving Native American heritage and sovereignty, coming to be known as a strong voice in the education of the white man as to the Native American way of life. Here, then, are 10 quotes from the great Sioux Indian Chief known as Standing Bear that will be sure to disturb much of what you think you know about “modern” culture.
1. Praise, flattery, exaggerated manners and fine, high-sounding words were no part of Lakota politeness.
Excessive manners were put down as insincere, and the constant talker was considered rude and thoughtless. Conversation was never begun at once, or in a hurried manner.
2. Children were taught that true politeness was to be defined in actions rather than in words. .
They were never allowed to pass between the fire and the older person or a visitor, to speak while others were speaking, or to make fun of a crippled or disfigured person. If a child thoughtlessly tried to do so, a parent, in a quiet voice, immediately set him right.
1. I’m a sex worker. Met the wrong kind of client. He raped me and beat the fuck out of me while telling me about the different places he was considering dumping my body. I was more resigned than I expected. For one I just wanted the pain to stop and I also thought how I’d just be another dead black hooker and no one would notice and it was as good an end to a shitty life as any.
Then he let me go. I’m glad not to have died by someone else’s hand, it is terrifying and lonely and thinking about it makes me want to puke, but it didn’t like, renew my love of life or anything. Sometimes I wish he’d just finished the job and be done with it. I know, I’m very ungratefu
2. Disgustingly: that I didn’t care if those around me were killed just as long as I got out alive. The knowledge of that being my thought process at the time has haunted me my entire life.
I was in a national safari park at night in Zimbabwe with some friends on a school trip (aged around 15/16). We were told not to walk around at night because of honey badgers and other dangerous animals, but we wanted to go and see the watering hole at night so decided to ignore that advice.
So we start walking towards the watering hole in almost pitch black save a few lamps here and there. Halfway to the watering hole we heard a bush rustle around 5 meters from the path we were walking on, followed by an unmistakable lion’s roar. None of us either bother to look and all run madly towards the watering hole where we know there’s a fence. I’ve never run so fast in my life. All I remember is being terrified I’d trip over my flip flops and wishing that the lion would go for one of the people behind me and not for me. It’s that final thought that fucks with me.
The next morning we went and saw that 2-3 meters from the path there was a fence that in the darkness we couldn’t see. Obviously the lion was directly behind the fence.
Essena O’Neill is a 19 year-old Instagram star from Australia. At the age of 15, she began posting photos of herself on social media hoping to become “Facebook famous.”
Over the course of 4 years, Essena built a social media empire with more than 766,000 followers on and more than 250,000 YouTube subscribers. To her thousands of fans, it seemed like she had it all.
But in reality, Essena was very unhappy.
She realized that her social media life was unauthentic, and now she’s on a mission.
Essena announced to her followers that she is quitting social media and is editing the captions on her “perfect photos” to tell the truth behind the pictures…
“I was obsessed with ‘likes’. Well, really, I was obsessed with the idea of being liked by others,” she wrote on her website. “I somehow managed to convince myself that when I was ‘Facebook Famous’ I would forever be happy. I figured, the more people that clicked ‘like’ on my photos, the more people actually liked me in real life. Pretty simple right? To be Facebook Famous meant everyone liked you. Girls wanted to be your friend, boys wanted to date you. Everyone talked about you, watched you, stalked you, wanted to be you. It was my dream at 15.”
Can you explain a bit more about what an “Adult Baby” is?
This is a complicated question which means a lot of different thing to different people. The basic definition is an adult who enjoys infantile things. I myself love to get in my sleeper or onesie and let my mind just flow away. It’s super relaxing to do.
So do you poop in a diaper? Who cleans up the mess? Is it a sexual thing?
I do not, because I do not like the smell or the cleanup afterward. It is not sexual. I do not get aroused by the idea or the trappings. In fact, it has the opposite effect. When I’m in that mind frame, sex is far from my mind. I really just want to be held or hug a plushie and have someone tell me they love me. It’s a comfort and protection thing.
How much do you get into the being a baby? Are you allowed to talk?
I talk, though my partner often complains he cannot understand me. I have a habit of trying to talk when I still have my Pacifier in my mouth. I still like adult things. I watch normal tv and movies, but sometimes I get really baby like and color and watch Disney movies. Few of the AB’s I know are really infants at heart. The play age tends to be more around 2 – 3 years old, in the toddler stage.
What exactly is it that you like about being an Adult Baby?
I find it relaxing and comforting. Being small and being held by my partner is the most relaxing experience I have ever had. All the cares wash away, you are there, loved and safe. As a toddler, you have no worries, no cares. You world is love and play.