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Ana Foxxx Jessica Drake 2017 AVN Awards showtime - not racist
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 toRead More
Will the AVN Awards pass over Adriana Chechik AGAIN? It's pretty obvious as to what's going on...
So for the last few years, it’s appeared as though if you’re a pornstar who wants to walk away with an AVN award – you had to be a client of porn agent Mark Spiegler. Take a look at the lists below to see exactly who’s been winning what: AVN Female Performer of the Year 2016 – Riley Reid (Spiegler) 2015 – Anikka Albrite (Spiegler) 2014 – Bonnie Rotten (Spiegler) 2013 – Asa Akira (Spiegler) 2012 – Bobbi Starr (Spiegler) AVN Best New Starlet 2016 – Abella Danger (Spiegler) 2015 –Read More
Alexandra Mayers fka Monica Foster commentary:  I really don’t understand why Farrah would consider a lip implant to begin with being that her lips naturally are full… I’m thinking that Farrah needs to view this cosmetic surgery mishap as a sign from God to: 1) Stop wasting money on cosmetic surgery that she doesn’t need 2) Cancel her scheduled appearance at the AVN awards this year…she’s already had several bad experiences with the porn industry, so why should she continue to grace those who have hurt her with her presence? articleRead More
Monica Foster commentary:  According to Twitter – Jenna Jameson will be hosting the 2014 Xbiz awards.  My thoughts are neutral in regards to this news – but I find it interesting because Jenna was the reason I decided to give porn a try from the start…I believed what she presented the Los Angeles porn industry to be.  I wanted to be who I perceived her to be. Now that I’m moving forward in life away from the porn industry (which was the worst & most hurtful experience of my life),Read More
Monica Foster commentary: This is just sad. Casey, I invite you to click here and read this blog I wrote today… Your statements in the interview below are directly hurting and countering many efforts that several women and men (both in and outside of the Los Angeles porn industry) work very hard on daily to make the Los Angeles porn industry a safer, more legitimate and more viable work place.  The image that you’re portraying of yourself is disgusting and causes the public to think that ALL adult industry workersRead More