Chat with porno stars

Most performers use a pseudonym and strive to maintain off-screen anonymity.

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Pornographic films are characterized as either "softcore", which does not contain depictions of sexual penetration or "extreme fetishism", and "hardcore", which can contain depictions of penetration or extreme fetishism, or both.

The genres and sexual intensity of films is mainly determined by demand.

Exceptional performance of pornographic actors and actresses is recognized in the AVN Awards, XRCO Awards and XBIZ Awards.

The AVN Awards are film awards sponsored and presented by the American adult video industry trade magazine AVN (Adult Video News). The AVN Awards are divided into nearly 100 categories, some of which are analogous to industry awards offered in other film and video genres, and others that are specific to pornographic/erotic film and video.

It is very rare for pornographic actors and actresses to successfully cross over to the mainstream film industry.

Some also work as strippers at strip clubs or as escorts.

Arguably the first pornstar to become a household name was Linda Lovelace (the pseudonym, of Linda Susan Boreman) from New York City, who starred in the 1972 feature Deep Throat.

It was Casey Donovan who starred in the very first mainstream pornographic hit, Boys in the Sand, in 1971, nearly a year before Deep Throat.

Sex films of this era had specific storylines, plots, and promotional budgets. Such performers include Peter Berlin, John Holmes, Ginger Lynn Allen, Porsche Lynn, Desireé Cousteau, Juliet Anderson ("Aunt Peg"), Lisa De Leeuw, Veronica Hart, Nina Hartley, Harry Reems, Seka, Annette Haven and Amber Lynn.

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