Top 10 sexiest interviews of 2010 (NSFW)

Katie Summers[image-1]: I did it a couple times when I was 18 or 19, which wasn’t that long ago; I’m 21 now. But he was doing it wrong and it hurt, so I stopped. When I got into the business, I started doing it in my personal life more, and I was like, ahhh! I kind of dig this because these guys know what they’re doing. Most of the time when a guy can’t get fully hard, he just sticks his dick in your pussy, and it will get hard from penetration. Guys make the mistake of thinking the ass is like that. You have to be fully hard. The girl has to be relaxed. She has to be comfortable. She can’t tense. If a girl is tense, it’s going to hurt. All you have to do is relax the muscles, lube it up, stick it in, and just go at it with an easy pace until you feel comfortable and you don’t tense up. That’s it. That’s my educational lesson for the day.


Read and see more of Katie here.


Jenna Haze:[image-2]


Alfie: Would you ever try to break Lisa Sparxxx’s record of gang banging 919 guys in one day?


Jenna Haze: No, I’m not into the gang bang thing. The most guys I’ve done at once was three or four and I’ve only done a couple of blow bangs. I always wonder why these guys can’t get someone else to fuck. My fans have this obsession with wanting to see me do crazy, hardcore things with all these dicks and I just feel like the porn industry has gone a little too hardcore. I mean, I’m into anal. I think DPs [double penetration] are hot. I think cum swallowing is hot. I think toys are sexy. I’m into dirty fantasies and bondage. But all those guys on one girl is just not sexy to me, and I don’t know why fans want to watch guys standing around in line jerking off, waiting to be the next one to fuck her. The closest I’ve come is a girl bang where 19 girls took turns fucking me. But while that was a fun experience, I didn’t feel like I really had a connection with the people because there was so much going on. I really like to have that chemistry in a scene.[image-3]


Read and see more of Jenna here.


Sunny Leone:


Alfie: How do you deal with crazy fans?


Sunny Leone: Most of the fans I meet are really respectful, plus they’re already a little nervous. I believe it’s just in the way I carry myself. The amount of respect you give is what you get back. That’s the only problem that happens, just a lack of respect. I did a featuring job once, and I went to collect my dollar and the guy slaps my ass. Well, I’m not mean at first so I say, “Hey, you can’t do that.” Then I turn to walk away and he does it again. I just figured he needed to cool down so I poured his beer on his head. Well he gets up to go for me and Daniel is there holding me like a football as a giant security guard flies over the stage to grab this guy. (laughing) I think he learned not to do that again. I’m not a violent person, but when you tell someone no, that should be it.


Read and see more of Sunny here.


Tanya Tate:[image-4]


Alfie: Was it strange having your chest nominated for Favorite Breasts in the F.A.M.E awards?


Tanya Tate: It was kind of funny. People have commented that they’re nice, they have a nice size and what have you. When I’m on set a lot of people are like ‘whoa’ and they want to feel them. (laughs) I’m feeling them now actually.


Read and see more of Tanya here.


Angela Aspen:


Alfie: Your website promises viewers access to ‘your style of gang bangs.’ What exactly is your style of gang bangs?


Angela Aspen: It used to be I found guys on the adult ads on Craigslist and said okay, go get an STD test and get your ass over here. [image-5]Now I film more with pros, but viewers like it both ways. They like to see guys who know how to fuck and amateur dudes who can’t get their dicks hard. I guess they like to see amateurs struggle. Now when I perform with amateurs, I’m like, get your dick super hard then come and fuck the hell out of me. I don’t want to chew on a gummy bear for five hours. I like filming with amateurs but it takes a lot of patients.


Read and see more of Angela here.


Chanel Preston:[image-6]


Chanel Preston: Probably the thing that I didn’t think I would initially do when I got into porn was ass-to-mouth. But you just get comfortable with it, and you’re there, and it’s not a big deal. The first time I did it, I was like, oh, that’s not even bad. Plus, sometimes it just happens. As far as mainstream porn goes, there’s really nothing right now that is beyond what I’ll do. To tell you the truth, you could probably talk me into doing anything. I don’t like saying no, unless it’s just an obvious no. And I like being open. I get excited about doing something new and different.


Read and see more of Chanel here.[image-7]


Ann Marie Rios:


Alfie: You received a 2011 AVN nomination for “Most Outrageous Sex Scene” in Belladonna’s Party of Feet 2. What happens in that film that is so outrageous?


Ann Marie Rios: Basically it was just ten girls having fun with their feet—and all their other body parts. We went to this nail salon and all got custom pedicures. Then we did all these crazy foot games and challenges, like who could draw with their toes, foot wrestling, and sort of chicken fighting with our feet—it was kind of like the foot Olympics. Then we all had our own custom cupcake that we smashed with our feet. At the end we had this big white cake that said, “Party of Feet,” and all twenty of our little feet just start smashing it.


Read and see more of Ann Marie here.


RubberDoll:[image-8]


Alfie: In your intricate photo shoots and performances, you usually dominate other females in rubber gear. How would you describe your sexual and fetish preferences?


RubberDoll: I have always been more comfortable being on the dominant side of the spectrum. I think it is just more in line with my natural personality. I like to be the one in control. I will occasionally appear in a more submissive role, depending on the scene and the people involved, but it is not what I typically do.


Read and see more of RubberDoll here.


Charlie Laine:[image-9]


Alfie: Have you smoked pot in Tampa yet?


Charlie Laine: I’ve actually cut down a lot. I didn’t bring any with me this time.


Alfie: You usually bring pot on planes?


Charlie Laine: Oh yeah. You just cooter it. You wrap it in plastic wrap, then a plastic baggy. You put two condoms on it then shove it up your nana, and you’re good to go—fresh as pie. During my entire Penthouse club tour when I was the pet of the month, I cootered weed.


Read and see more of Charlie here.


Stacy Burke:[image-10]


Alfie: The fetish world has gained a reputation of being dark and demented. Have you received any backlash from hardcore fans for being too perky?


Stacy Burke: If I do have a ‘backlash’ over my 'sunny side of fetish,’ I have not witnessed it. All I do is what I know. I am not a ‘poser.’ I am just not into the dark, goth, vampire, tortured soul, serious type of fetish. I like it, but it is not for me. If you’ve seen the 1960s TV show, The Addams Family, I am like the blonde twin sister of Morticia. I like the fun, campy side of fetish. That is just me. One thing this work has taught me is if I have a fetish, then someone else does as well.


Read and see more of Stacy here.


Natasha Kizmet:[image-11]


Alfie: You have a string of bad jobs in the movie to support yourself. Did you ever resort to stripping in real life?


Natasha Kizmet: I have done a little bit because I needed to understand the job. I haven’t stripped professionally… I teach people how to belly dance, and one of my students is a stripper… When she told me she was an entertainer, I was shocked. I was like ‘No way, Jesus Christ. How can you do this job.’ But actually there is nothing wrong with this job. Sometimes people misunderstand this job. They think it’s escort, or it’s whorehouse, and it’s not. A lot of women with a lot of different lives come there because somebody needs to go to school or somebody needs to support her family or boyfriend. It’s very interesting world. A lot of different cultures there.


Read and see more of Natasha here.


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Sure your fancy "career" in sales or finance or janitorial services may pay more than mine. You may even have such benefits as "a retirement plan" or "health insurance" or "a desk,"  but I get paid to interview the most sultry women on the planet about sex.  So, as 2010 comes to an end and you're checking how nice your fat Christmas bonus looks in your savings account via your new iPhone, I'm going through my cracked blackberry,  scrolling through pornstars' phone numbers that I can't bring myself to delete. Looking back at all the beautiful and articulate people who have tolerated my stuttering questions, awkward humor, and sexual naiveté this year with grace, I consider myself fortunate. In the spirit of giving, I've decided to share some of my favorite moments from these conversations. Below is an "illustrated" sampling of  the top ten sexiest CL interviews of 2010. While it's impossible to rank them, I've narrowed it down to ten. Check out the links below each blurb to read more of the unbelievable things that flew out of these vixens' mouths and to see more "study break" pictures of them.

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