5 Adult Film Stars On Why You Shouldn’t Compare Your Sex Life To Porn

When it comes to sex, we always have this picture-perfect imagination of what it’s supposed to be. Basically whatever we’ve seen from movies – especially adult movies. But let’s be real, your first time was probably not as “hot” as you would’ve liked to be or “big” as what the “movies” as it would be.

Setting the record-straight, these adult film stars spilled the dirty secrets of blue movies to Huffpost because what you see, is NOT what you get.

1. Theo Ford – The unrealistic fantasy of huge penises 

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“The world average penis size is about 6 inches, but in porn, it’s often over 8 or 9. Funnily enough, I often forget that that’s the case and am almost surprised if I meet a guy with an average penis size. In porn, even I could potentially feel inadequate, but I very quickly remind myself that the actors are often chosen for their large ‘talents’ more than for their pretty faces or acting skills.

I’m not sure how the general public feels about themselves if they only see very hung guys, but I hope they, too, remember that porn is simply a fantasy.”

2. Lindsey Leigh – Completely normal if you don’t have loud, exaggerated orgasms  

“Loud orgasms are definitely exaggerated. I haven’t screamed, yelled and ‘put on a show’ since I was 18 and trying to mimic porn videos. No one is that loud and dramatic.”

3. Whitney Wright – That includes squirting & crazy sex positions 

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“In my 10 years of having sex before porn, I never once did the standing missionary (where the girl has one leg on the ground and one leg over the guy’s shoulder), pile driver or reverse cowgirl. A lot of girls squirt, but not all of them do like you see in your typical squirting scene (where girls squirt from the bed to across the hallway into another girl’s mouth).

I love the absurdity of most scenarios, though. Porn is this fantasy world where all your sister’s hot friends are always DTF and so are the girls at work, college and the beach. Everybody gets laid!”

4. Madison Young – Not all porn objectifies women 

“In the same way that we don’t live our day-to-day lives in a fantasy film like ‘Harry Potter’ or ‘The Avengers,’ we also don’t have sex in the way we see depicted in a fantastical porn. There’s also a lot of porn to choose from: As with any media, if you feel that the films you are watching are sexist or oppressive or not inspiring or exciting or something that you are connecting with.

Change the channel, document your own experiences, pick up the camera, seek ethical, feminist, sex-positive media (porn or otherwise), purchase feminist porn and media, and vote with your dollar. There is a rich plethora of erotic films that ARE being created by powerhouse feminist filmmakers. They’re taking control of the narrative and modeling safer sex, communication, negotiation, active and enthusiastic consent, and body positivity.”

5. Ember Snow – One does not suddenly decide to do anal sex on the spot (You probably shouldn’t either)

“There is a lot of prep that goes into doing an anal scene. No adult film actress wakes up one morning (or afternoon) and says, ‘I’m going to do anal today!’ You have to literally change your diet (if you haven’t already), take a mixture of laxatives and anti-diarrhea medication to clean you out and then stop your bowels from moving.

Then you have to clean yourself out the day of the shoot and most of all, prep yourself with lots of lube that the camera almost never shows. A lot of the porn that I watch makes it look like the couple just spontaneously decided to stick it in there. They didn’t. The girl most likely had to prep the entire day before.”

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