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Faking Orgasms: Off Screen

by Beth Divine 20 Aug 2018
The private sex lives of porn stars are something that many people wonder about. We are (generally) raised to be monogamous, and these are people who spend all their business hours having sex with strangers. What is it like to sleep with someone knowing that you are not their one and only? And do porn stars ever fake it at home?

Elle asked five adult female entertainers that very question:
"I have faked it a few times. If a guy is going down on me, sometimes as much as you're enjoying it, you just know it's not going to happen. You've got a lot on your mind, or it's not quite the way you like it, or whatever the case may be…With your voice you can guide them to where you want them to be. That's also the point of dirty talk. If you use the right tone of voice, it translates as dirty talk and you can tell him exactly what you want him to do, and guys like that." –Brooklyn Chase, performer.

"Never have, never will. I'm also a squirter, so it's hard for me to fake. I could pee on the person, but that's gross. I'm an honest person, so if someone's not giving me what I need, I'll be like, 'Hey, wrong way.' Communication is really important." —Jenna J. Ross, performer

"I haven't had to currently. I have a partner who's very communicative, and I trust him more so it makes it easier to say, 'Actually, I need this type of stimulation.' I haven't always felt that comfortable, so sometimes I have faked it. My partner is also a porn performer, so he has a lot of confidence. So I don't really worry about that…If you fake an orgasm, you're hurting yourself or destroying your relationship. The reason women fake orgasms is because they don't feel like they can communicate to their partner what they want." –Kitty Stryker, performer/director

"Yeah, if I have a one-night stand or something, and the connection isn't there. Sometimes I fake it so I can end it there and then. I don't 
really come easily, but I have to be in love with the person or connecting on a certain level." Nikki Delano, performer

"I did have one partner for a long time who, unfortunately, when I was with him, I faked it pretty much every single time. I eventually just broke it to him that he hadn't been pleasing me for a long time and, even though I tried to give him instruction and tell him what to do, he either just didn't care or it was a maturity level situation. He wasn't as interested in my pleasure… [My advice would be to] spend the night in the no-judgment zone, drink some wine, and go back to the basics. Foreplay—just focus on that. Don't go right to the sex. That's probably a huge reason why you're not having an orgasm." —Kayla-Jane Danger, director (primarily directs girl-on-girl films)

So there you have it – now you know a little bit about some porn stars’ private lives.

[Parts of the above are from an interview that can be found in full here: