First, thank you very much for the post.
I appreciate your concern about the comments.
I never read the comments section on blogs or engage in conversation as there never seems to be enough time in the day to do so.
I started the company when I was 25 and that was 16 years ago. I went from a one-man show to a 20-person corporate office in Manhattan.
So, I am quite busy to say the least. I would never get anything done if I obsess with all the negative things people have to say.
Most people who make comments, weather it's porn or mainstream, are negative.
Look at any post about any celebrity. (And I am far from being a celebrity) You will see that most comments are nasty and ugly. So, you know what, if Madonna can take it then I can take it too. 🙂
What matters is the fact that anytime a blogger makes a post we receive a great number of new members that subscribe to the site and that's what makes the business grow.
If someone thinks that I am ugly and look like a duck, that's fine. I love ducks, I even had one as a pet as a kid at my family's country house in Russia.
Regarding the cum shot. I have been a performer for 16 years and I am not proud that I cum prematurely. My first reaction was to actually hide it. I whispered it to Tomas and apparently you could hear it. It was not addressed to the viewers. The rule of porn: if you are going to cum then say it out loud, "I am gonna cum."
But, I couldn't help it, I was really into Tomas.
Tomas and I had dinner together early in the evening and really hit it off. We headed back to location and asked the camera man to shoot an extra scene which, was shot within an hour.
Obviously, we couldn't show an entire hour and because I cum prematurely it took me 20 minutes to give a second cum shot. I tortured poor Tomas with trying several positions. From sitting on my face to kissing to talking dirty. That is the only thing that is cut out.
In fact, we try to film every scene in as few takes as possible, unlike other studios who take 12-16 hours for 1 scene with endless amounts of cuts with the scene being glued together.
When I worked for Falcon, some scenes were shot over the course of two-days.
Our shoot's never go for more then 2-3 hour. Unless, it's a group scene. Those usually, take up to 3-4 hours. It depends on how many models are in the scene.
If you look at my scenes you will see there are no takes. So, all this conversation about faking it is ridiculous.
Side note – When I was kid I was often bullied because of my tiny frame and huge lips. I was gay without even knowing it. Kids are cruel towards something different and I was constantly made fun of. I find it amusing that I am now being bullied by gay adults.
The difference is that as a kid I was insecure and vulnerable. As an adult I am comfortable with myself so, if people have nothing better to do then god bless them.