This will be a tough pill for the beautiful pornstar Ana Foxxx (along with many other pornstars) to swallow, but it’s time for a reality check…
Working as an adult entertainment actress (aka pornstar) is legal. Working as a prostitute in certain counties of Nevada (as long as you are registered with the state and carry a current work card) is legal. However, the multitudes of escort agencies which feature women who are willing to engage in prostitution with the general public are NOT legal.
Ana Foxxx recently decided to take to her Instagram account to blame Showtime’s decision to edit her from their 2017 broadcast of the AVN awards on racism. Now there is no doubt that the Los Angeles pornographic industry itself embodies an extraordinarily high level of racism towards Blacks / African-Americans (Alexandra Mayers fka Monica Foster has discussed racism within the pornographic industry for several years) – however Showtime is not a part of the Los Angeles pornographic industry (and the network itself is not racist). In this particular situation Ana Foxxx isn’t looking at herself or her position realistically.
Over the past few years, Showtime and various other mainstream media outlets have become increasingly aware of the direct tie between the American pornographic industry and illegal prostitution. The documentary & Sundance Film Hot Girls Wanted along with the Netflix series Hot Girls Wanted – Turned On is a prime example.
Ana Foxxx appears to have made the choice while working as a pornstar to also allow herself to be advertised on a multitude of online Escort directories which feature pornstars. As of current a simple Google search of Ana Foxxx results in a plethora of results which reflect this. Ana Foxxx is far from being the ONLY pornstar who is linked to escorting… however due to her massive popularity, her image and stage name at this phase is viewed by many in mainstream media to be no more than an advertising vehicle for prostitution.
Ana Foxxx obviously is an incredibly driven individual with a degree of intelligence that is likely higher than many of her porn industry peers – however often when one is surrounded by individuals who view you as a lucrative source of income, one can be easily blinded to the truth of how they are harming themselves (and desired future career opportunities)…all in effort to retain such an individual in a position that continues to generate income (this is a harsh reality both mainstream and adult entertainers alike often face via their agents, managers, etc).
PornNewsToday.com isn’t judging Ana Foxxx’s choices in any capacity – however it’s time for her to make a decision as to exactly who she wants to be. Within the adult entertainment realm Ana has hit her peak and a porn industry insider has disclosed that she receives “white girl rates” in regards to her off camera “work”… She could likely continue strictly within the world of adult entertainment for quite some time, make quite a bit of money and attain a high level of notoriety.
On the flip side, if Ana Foxxx decides that she wants more by entering the Hollywood (mainstream) entertainment realm, she realistically will have to start at the very bottom, compete with other women just as attractive as she is, possibly more talented than she is AND Ana would be forced to face the harsh stigma associated with ex-pornstars.
Another element in regards to Ana Foxxx’s appearance on the 2017 AVN Awards was the fact that she shared the stage at one point with veteran pornstar Ron Jeremy. Ron Jeremy’s name is nearly synonymous with legal brothel owner Dennis Hof – and as of current Dennis Hof is facing allegations from Nye county officials in regards to 6 of his prostitutes working without work cards (work cards which are only granted upon being cleared by a licensed medical physician). Consequently, Hof currently is in danger of losing his legal brothel license (or being fined).
When it comes to the life of the pornstar known as Ana Foxxx, YES it is HER BODY and HER CHOICE – however all choices in life come with consequences…
Canadian born pornographer and pornstar Brad Armstrong of Wicked Pictures also expressed displeasure in regards to Showtime’s editing of the 2017 AVN Awards, but seemingly for different reasons… Ana Foxx may want to consider reaching out to Brad though considering that he has a history of taking outstanding ethnic pornstars under wing. Brad’s wife of over 10 years, pornstar Jessica Drake, is an example of a successful pornstar who appears not to be available as an escort – perhaps Brad and Jessica could offer Ana Foxxx a few tips.
To conclude, Ana Foxxx may want to consider making a public apology to Showtime Entertainment in regards to her statements (especially if she plans to pursue a career in mainstream entertainment at any point in the future).
Ana Foxxx appears to be rather upset at ex-pornstar Alexandra Mayers fka Monica Foster in regards to the heart felt advice & knowledge Alexandra chose to tweet to Ana about the Showtime network NOT being racist. This is odd considering that prior to this post on PornNewsToday.com, Ana’s allegations towards Showtime were labeled as “fake news” by Sean Matthew Tompkins aka TRPWL on the website LukeIsBack. Ana may want to take into consideration that Sean Matthew Tompkins allegedly attained LukeIsBack via a financier who claims to have a wife/girlfriend who is friends with Ana (and who disclosed that Ana receives “white girl rates” for her “off-camera” adult work).