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Fuck Like a Porn Star…and Don’t Forget to Pee

Porn stars have a lot of sex—obviously. With all that banging under their belts, it stands to reason they’d have some good pointers to pass on to the rest of us. We asked six of our favorite fuckdolls to let us probe their wealth of carnal knowledge. You might want to take notes.

What’s the most important thing to do before and after sex?

AIDEN STARR: Before sex make sure you are clean. After sex make sure you get clean!

JOANNA ANGEL: I have the same response to both of these questions: Take a really good and thorough shower using a multitude of different kinds of soaps: one that smells good, then another one that is antibacterial, then another one that moisturizes.

KELLY SHIBARI: Get regularly tested. Safe sex is fun sex.

TASHA REIGN: Before sex you need to make the person feel like they are the hottest person in the world even if they’re not. After sex I think it’s important for the man to make some sort of connection with the woman that’s more emotional or just a little message of “Thanks for fucking me and you were great and let’s do it again.”

ASA AKIRA:  Before, connect with partner. After, pee.

What’s the weirdest sex tip you’ve ever heard—and actually tried?

ASA:  Coconut oil as lube. I prefer spit. But as far as lubes go, pure coconut oil has been the best one I’ve tried. It doesn’t get sticky like water-based lubes, and it doesn’t burn my asshole like silicone-based lubes. It’s also safe to ingest and doesn’t break me out if I get it on my face.

SKIN DIAMOND:  Using a big turkey baster full of lube and injecting it inside the asshole and then fucking it all out—for that super-lubey anal-sex experience!

JOANNA:  I had a friend who was obsessed with organic medicine and whatnot, and she told me to stick plain yogurt in my vagina a day or two before a scene. She said it would like replenish my vagina and give it a healthier pH. All it really did was make way for some incredibly awkward explaining of myself to a roomful of people when white liquid dripped out of my vagina and onto someone’s dick. That same friend also told me to drink a cup of my own urine. I ignored her phone calls for a while after that.

TASHA:  Dress up like furries and fuck with costumes on with a hole in the genital region. I have photos and video to prove this. Dane Cross dressed up in a rabbit outfit and fucked my brains out, pretty much the creepiest and hottest thing I have ever done.

When you’re on set with new partners, how do you figure out what they like? How do you tell them what you like?

ASA:  We usually have a quick discussion on our likes/dislikes right before shooting the scene. “I like to be choked, but not to the point of passing out. I like to be slapped, but not on my tits,” etc. Although I try not to say too much of what I like, or else it just makes it too technical. Some things are more fun discovered on their own.

AIDEN:  If it’s a BDSM scene, I introduce them to formal negotiation and instruct them to use this method for all future scene encounters. If it’s a vanilla scene, I like to flirt with and seduce my partner as though he were a new lover.

SKIN:  Usually before a scene with someone new we’ll have a quick discussion on likes/dislikes, for example: “You can slap my ass but not my face” or something along those lines. Most of the time I like to feel someone out during the scene. It’s more fun that way! But hard no’s are a good thing to get out of the way beforehand so that it doesn’t kill the mood during a scene.

JOANNA:  I honestly don’t like to outline sex with my scene partners. I feel like when I first started in porn, I felt like it was part of my job to outline how I liked getting fucked to whomever I was working with, but it never really seemed productive. You have different energy with everyone, and everyone has different energy on different days. These days I just say, “Let’s just fuck and have a good time.” I may sound like a total hippie, but I just try to feed off the other person’s energy and see what happens.

KELLY:  [On-set] communication is similar to talking with your real-life partner, just with a crew and lights and gear around. While you’re mid-scene, there’s actually a decent amount of eye contact and whispering about how things feel—and if we’re ready to move to the next position, which again is sexy because it’s something only we share in that moment. There’s definitely a lot of “Do you like this? Can you do this? It helps me come better/faster/harder” kind of talk going on. Directors do give us time to warm up to each other as well, and sometimes they give us some off-camera time to get horny with each other. Chemistry is chemistry.

TASHA:  I always ask them what they like and vice versa. I like to pay attention to what they are really into and get super turned on by and then repeat that!

What’s something you do on camera that you would never, ever try at home? And why?

ASA:  Probably a gangbang, only because it’s too hard to get a group of guys together who are tested and sane. That’s what makes porn so cool: I can act out all my fantasies in a safe way that would never be possible in the real world.

SKIN:  I would never do anything on camera that I wasn’t comfortable doing at home! I like my scenes to be very authentic and real. If I were to do something I wasn’t into personally at least to some extent, then I feel it would show on camera.

JOANNA:  A gangbang. I honestly don’t trust five-plus men running around my house with raging boners without anyone telling them what to do! And secondly, I have a very small living room. Perhaps when I can afford a larger one, I can consider having a gangbang there.

KELLY:  Wear as much makeup as I do on camera. False eyelashes might look pretty on camera, but they’re kinda awkward in bed at home.

TASHA:  I just started doing anal. I got to choose Mick Blue to fuck me for Brazzers in a new scene, “Sacred Holes,” and it was great, but all four positions were anal. As much as I love taking it up the butt, I don’t want to neglect my adorable vagina ever again.

AIDEN:  Everything I do on camera I have tried at home. Gangbangs are sure easier to pull off on camera, however!

What’s the most important sex tip you could ever give someone?

SKIN: Have fun! Sex isn’t supposed to be serious; it’s playtime for grownups!

JOANNA: Just relax, be confident and let the inner slut roll out of you.

KELLY: Ask. It’s more than “communicate.” It’s not always about what you want. Oftentimes it’s what the other person wants.

TASHA: Listen and pay attention. It’s important to try to see what your partner is into and how she’s enjoying herself and what sex acts are making her tick.

ASA: Always pee after sex.

Porn stars have a lot of sex—obviously. With all that banging under their belts, it stands to reason they’d have some good pointers to pass on to the rest of us. We asked six of our favorite fuckdolls to let us probe their wealth of carnal knowledge. You might want to take notes. What’s...
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