The Brutally Honest Life Of A Professional Montreal Porn Star

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a porn star? The big questions, I mean, like what it takes in order to break through onto the scene, or if it’s really as financially lucrative as it seems?

I mean, of course you’ve wondered. Everyone’s at least a little bit curious as to how porn stars live, right? And if your curiosity has ever been piqued about a handful of topics, then have I got some good news for you.

I recently had the chance to ask Canadian porn star Jessy Jones some questions about his love life, his job, and many other topics. He was super open and honest, so sit back and read on, and prepare to have all your questions answered.


How did you get into the porn industry?

I got in the adult industry because I was always both a fan of it and it was something I always wanted to do. Justice Young who I met back in 2009 was the man who helped me get into the world. He needed a guy to do a scene with his girlfriend Amy Reid and since I was a big fan of hers I said yes right away… We shot and they liked me immediately and signed me to a contract the second the scene ended.


Was it difficult to “break through” and become more well-known?

Breaking through in this business is really hard. There’s always the golden boys that get all the press and all the help from the bigger companies, and then you have the guys that have to struggle just to get a scene…

There’s some favouritism when it comes to male talent, some guys get more chances than others because of “who” they are, while some have one bad shoot and they’re never to be shot again. All this to say, yes it’s very hard to stay relevant in this business especially as a guy. Just like in many businesses it’s often about who you know and how much you sell…


Do you find there’s a difference between how male and female porn actors get treated, in your experience?

Yes I’d say there is a big difference. I work with many top talents and can tell you that girls get the royal treatment, directors will be extra nice trying to make the girls feel pretty and comfortable and us male talents are just hanging around waiting til it’s time to work… Some companies/directors just see the male talent as nothing more than pieces of meat… Yaaaa ladies, I feel you now haha.

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