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Let’s talk about sex...

My pal JJ Knight, one of Falcon Studios’ most popular and hottest performers, joined me to help clear up some common misconceptions about life as a porn star...

01.Because of their jobs, porn stars have sex non-stop. While a studio exclusive like JJ might shoot 20-25 scenes per year, that averages out to only about twice per month – not quite the fast-lane sex life you’d imagine. In addition, a scene can take an exhausting 8-10 hours to shoot, making for a long day that doesn’t necessarily allow performers to get aroused, have sex and orgasm in a traditional timeframe. Rather, they have to focus on angles, lighting and staying erect for a prolonged period, ultimately creating a great 45-minute experience for the viewer but a gruelling, less-than-erotic stretch of time for themselves. Porn actors usually leave a set horny because of the hours of stimulation, but also too tuckered out to do anything about it when the workday is done.

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