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June 2024

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XXX Pet Roundup: Cold-Blooded Creatures
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XXX Pet Roundup: Cold-Blooded Creatures

Reptiles and amphibians and porn stars–oh, my! Join us as we spend some quality time with hot XXX babes and their cold-blooded companions.

Summer is the perfect time for us to soak up the sun—but we’re not alone in that pastime! Plenty of slithering reptiles and amphibians enjoy basking in the rays, too.

I gathered five performers who have these cold-blooded babies as pets to give us the 411 on an often feared and most definitely misunderstood subsection of critters!

Photo courtesy of Rosalyn Sphinx

HUSTLERMagazine.com: You have cold-blooded babies–tell us a bit about them!

Jenevieve Hexxx: I have been connected to reptiles since birth by my DNA. They have channeled to me in many lifetimes, and I believe that I am a hybrid of a race of beings that are serpent and dragon in nature. My red-tailed boa Odezza is also my dance partner. I have been belly dancing with serpents for the last 20 years in the U.S. and as far away as Lebanon. When [Odezza] and I dance together, it is like a psychic transmission of otherworldly magick that channels through me to share with the beings of this world. It is a metaphysical, spiritual and mystical ritual which heightens the audience’s souls into loving passion and enlightened states of consciousness through the expression of dance. It is a tantric goddess ceremony, an initiatory love offering and enlightenment through art.

Rosalyn Sphinx: I have a four-foot-long het ball python named Pepe.

Emmy Cakes: My critter is a bit coo-coo-bananas. I have an extreme harlequin crested gecko. Their name is BeezleBabe (formerly BeezleBub, but come on—look at them!). I adopted BeezleBabe at the start of 2022. They weren’t properly cared for by their previous owner, so they were really underweight and malnourished! I was certain their growth would be forever stunted. Well, BeezleBabe has proven me wrong! Doubling in their size, being a beast at catching crickets , they’ve come so far from the tiny depressed gecko they were. I’ve also come to learn I have an intersex crestie! Having both male and female reproductive organs, meaning they can reproduce asexually and lay viable eggs! Chances are slim, but they’re there.

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