Asa Akira is an American pornographic actress and adult film director. Akira has appeared in over 505 adult films as of May 2016. In 2013, she became the second Asian person to win the AVN Female Performer of the Year Award.
Natassia Dreams is a fashion model, actress, activist, and Pornstar. She tells us what it meant to be trans in the fashion industry until very recently; and what it means to be trans in porn currently. Why aren’t we allowed to say we do sexwork solely for money? What role does race play in trans porn? When does celebration become fetishization? Why did racist comments not used to hurt, but now they do? Why are there no agents for trans pornstars? Are all artists a little bit gay? Are ALL PEOPLE a little bit gay? How can we NORMALIZE TRANS PORN?!?!?! Is it possible to love the adult industry, while also hating certain things about it? (YES!)
Also, we hear from Natassia’s weedman during the episode. Also also, it’s cool to see men are finally allowed to admit they like their assholes licked.
Amateur pornstar NoFaceGirl has gained a huge following without ever showing her (or her boyfriend, NoFaceGuy's) face. WHAT DOES SHE LOOK LIKE???????? Is porn a hobby for her? What’s her “real” job? Why doesn’t she show her face? How does one start amateur porn? How does one start to drive traffic without a huge social media following? If someone in your family did porn, would you look? What does quarantine look like for an amateur porn couple? Also, I officially made a prediction of what NoFaceGirl’s job is. I was wrong. Also also, I couldn’t shut the fuck up about her face. So sorry in advance.
Lotus Lain is a mother, writer, pornstar, and activist. Is the adult industry racist? Why does the term “interracial” so often just refer to “Black-guy-on-white-girl” for many porn companies? Is it racist when non-Black women hold out for their first “IR scene,” charging a premium for their 1st time fucking a Black man on-camera? (Yes.) Do production companies that capitalize on the Black male image (while almost entirely dismissing Black women) need to be canceled? Or does cancel culture just stunt growth? Do we need to abolish terms like “BBC” or “IR” completely? Is it possible that the lack of them would ultimately hurt Black performers? Does porn inform trends in society’s sexual preferences, or is it the other way around? Should race-play in porn be allowed to exist? How can we ensure we are always being ethical, while avoiding kink-shaming? Is most porn marketed toward the white gaze? And why does the world so badly want to see sex workers as victims?
Also... didn’t “cock” used to mean… pussy?
Behind the scenes on how OnlyFans works with Asa Akira calling in. How much would Kayce pay for Leonardo DiCaprio OnlyFans? The term "Karen" is over. Does Jared want to go to the moon? Is Dak Prescott insane?