Adult star shares the reason she will no longer shoot scenes with men

An adult film actress has opened up on her decision to not shoot content with men any longer - and the reason behind it may come as a surprise.
In a candid revelation, seasoned adult film actress Julia Ann, who began her journey in the industry in 1992, disclosed why she now exclusively performs in scenes featuring female co-stars.

She made the revelation on the Holly Randall Unfiltered podcast, discussing intricate layers of the adult film industry.

The 53-year-old made the decision to stop shooting with men just after getting married to her husband - who isn't in the industry - but says that wasn't what led to her making that choice.

She said: "He knew who I was, he knew the whole thing," adding that her husband is not the "jealous type".

Julia revealed that her choice was in fact closely intertwined with her body's natural aging process and her reluctance to frequent the gym.

"The reason why I stopped doing boy-girl was because, as a woman who was getting older... I was finding that I couldn’t control where my fat was going in a scene with guys," she revealed.

"This is my reality and no bulls**t. When I have sex with a girl, I can position myself, I can work it a certain way, I can be a little bit more, oh how you doing today?

"But when a guy's behind you, it's just [doink doink doink] and stuff is just happening and I can feel it happening."
Holly, who also has 20 years in the adult industry, concurred, adding: "Especially with more seasoned guys, they will move you around into whatever position… that's great when you're thin and little and petite and look good from every angle."

Julia further explained that she has become self-conscious about her body, including how wrinkles may appear on camera, and said that following menopause, her body "moves separate from itself."

She also addressed the topic of having a relationship while being in the adult film industry, discussing the comments she and Holly received from those outside of the business.

"They like to cut people like that, so instead of saying like the guy literally doesn't care, they're like, oh that guy's some sort of sad cuck," Julia said.

However, Julia remains defiant that those who make hateful comments would be too insecure to handle relationships with her in real life anyway.

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