Thursday, April 2, 2009

Fuck you very much! My interview with Steve Cruz for XXX.


My interview is online for Steve Cruz's blog.... and you're gonna fucking love it!  It was great to work on 'XXX', and I have yet to find an experience, that was as fun as that one!  There's an excerpt from my interview below, but to read the entire interview, as well as the interviews of some of the other stars of 'XXX', click here.

Interview :

Shooting your first porn movie, was it all you thought it would be? Was it difficult getting love-sexy in front of a crew of strangers?

I think I'm a pretty sexual person, and I've always been an entertainer and exhibitionist. So, no... it wasn't difficult. That doesn't mean I wasn't nervous the first time, because I was. I think the only expectation I had, was that it was going to be a job, and that part of that job was to try to give an exceptional performance. It helped that you were directing me, and that my scene partner was the crazy hot Scott Alexander. That helped me to get over my nerves, and really just try to have a lot of fun. Which I think we did... I mean, I've never laughed that much on set, ever!

When the lights are off and the camera is no longer rolling... what gets you smoking hot?

Hmmmm... well, I guess hunky muscular men are a given. But more than the physical, can be a man with integrity. Integrity isn't a commodity that you see in men very often. If we're talking about what I like to do sexually... it's a lot! I'm a freak, and I know it. I'm into bondage, S&M, wrestling, watersports, fisting, the list goes on and on.... I like to have my limits tested. Life like sex, is more interesting and fun, if there are challenges to
 overcome.

OK, I have to ask 'Race' Cooper?! A black man named 'Race'? Are you serious?

Hell, yeah!!! We all know that the adult entertainment industry is just another facet of media as a whole. Regardless of recent achievements in politics, there are still biases, stigmas and stereotypes that permeate this industry. I'm of mixed races, however, most people don't see anything but a black man. So why not, just put it out
 there, and call myself by what most people see first? Also, being a writer, I like word-play. Having Cooper as my last name, and Race as my first is almost like saying to another driver, "Let's go! Bring it!"


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