Dangerous Curves--The Queen of Queer: XCritic Speaks to Queer Porn Maven, Courtney Trouble
By Rob Perez
Courtney Trouble is not the first girl that comes to mind when one thinks of BBW porn. That’s because Courtney isn’t part of that world but is a superstar performer/director in the world of Queer porn. When I conceived this series celebrating big women, I wanted to feature big women who were not just part of the BBW porn community, but big women that represented different areas of porn. Queer porn is as far away from BBW porn as one can get but it’s a community that has come to embrace big beautiful women. Courtney is a well respected filmmaker, producer and performer who began the Queer porn movement 10 years ago in the San Francisco/Bay Area. Her films and websites have featured a slew of mainstream adult performers, as well as earning several AVN nominations and Feminist Porn Awards, including a recent FPA for her title Fuckstyles. She is slowly but surely working her way towards appearing in scenes with bigger mainstream porn studios but will always be Queer at heart.
Her need for creative control is what drives Courtney to produce and distribute films her way without interference from distributors who may be too afraid to sell her product, which at times features sexual acts still considered taboo, even to this day. Her work features a variety of performers who don’t look like your typical pornstar but can fuck with the best of them. Courtney’s films are artistic, glamorous, gritty but not at all pretentious. Queer porn may never be fully embraced by the mainstream porn world and perhaps that’s the best thing that could happen to it, since it would run the risk of being watered down, imitated and losing its independent spirit. But a talented performer/director like Courtney Trouble should be embraced by the entire adult community for being a pioneer and embracing her “dangerous curves.”
What are you currently promoting or working on?
I’d like to promote my two most recent films, Fuckstyles, which just won a Feminist Porn Award, and Live Sex Show which came out in October. It stars Nina Hartley and Jizz Lee. Along those lines I’d like to talk about obscenity and censorship a little bit, as those films have some stuff in it that has been censored such as fisting and knife play, stuff like that. I’d like to talk about my two porn sites, QueerPorn TV and NoFauxxx.com, now known as Indie Porn Revolution.
Then let’s get down to it and discuss obscenity and how it relates to your recent films.
My two films, Fuckstyles and Live Sex Show, both come from Trouble Films, which is a company that I created basically because the kind of porn I want to make sometimes won’t be put out by a mainstream company. I don’t like to edit my films that much or edit things out. I like to have people have real sex and have authentic sex, and do what they want to do on camera. Some scenes that I have include fisting, knife play, BDSM or squirting. So I release my own stuff so I don’t have to edit stuff out.
L to R: Nina Hartley and Jizz Lee in a scene from Courtney Trouble's Live Sex Show
So there’s no distributor, it’s just you who releases them.
I release my own films now and for the most part don’t work for anybody, although I have put out 13 films through Real Clear productions.
Wouldn’t having a distributor, not necessarily one of the bigger mainstream distributors, make it easier for your films to reach a wider audience?
At the end of the day I like being my own boss too much to really pursue working with a larger company. Mainly because I don’t want anybody ever telling me what I can and cannot shoot. Things like that and how it’s supposed to be marketed. Being my own boss allows me so many privileges in how I sell my own stuff and how I’m able to connect to my fans. I see this as a really good thing. So if I have a little bit of a smaller audience I think that’s OK because my fans are really high quality. I like to call everything I do, both in my performances and the porn that I make, I really like to call it indie porn; think about independent film or independent music, it’s coming straight from my heart. I’m able to pay my bills and pay my rent. I myself am not profit driven. Even if I wasn’t making any money I’d probably still be doing what I do to a certain extent.
So you do this for the love of it, the art?
Oh yeah, absolutely. That’s why I call it indie porn because my stuff is not Hollywood. I’m not a Hollywood star. My movies aren’t Hollywood movies. What I do is I make indie porn that comes from my heart, I think that it has intelligence, integrity, and I think that is even sexier.
In your film Live Sex Show, there is fisting involved which many of the mainstream porn studios won’t shoot or distribute. Can you tell us why you focused on that sex act?
Live Sex Show is a movie I put out this fall and it stars Nina Hartley, Jizz Lee and April Flores, and it was shot in front of a horny live audience of about 200 people in San Francisco. So the scene between Nina Hartley and Jizz Lee, which the critics say is the best scene in the whole film, and something happens in the scene that is a widely debated act in the porn industry. I don’t really know why. Jizz Lee was fucking Nina Hartley and her fist slipped into her pussy. I don’t really know how else to describe it. They talk through it, everybody is smiling, there’s nothing violent, there’s nothing derogatory, there’s nothing hateful about it. It didn’t hurt, everybody was really happy. It’s been out for five months now and you can’t get it at any of the big VOD sights. The only place you can watch Live Sex Show on the Internet is through Courtney Trouble.com. A lot of people want to sell it but then say they can’t because it has fisting in it. I don’t get it because it was such a great scene. [Laughs] There’s so much chemistry and hotness. It’s not evil. [Laughs] Maybe I’m being defensive about it but if you want to watch it you can go to CourtneyTrouble.com/store and download it to your computer or buy the DVD. That’s good for me because I’m putting out my own stuff. I’m not going to do a mainstream edit of it and cut it out because Jizz Lee has this wild crazy orgasm and I don’t want to take out the best part of the movie just to appease some imaginary jury of my peers who would all think this is some of my best work.
Usually porn directors film things that they’re into. Are you personally into fisting?
Of course! [Laughs[ For me it’s really intimate and I have a lot of sex with finger fucking, finger banging, and I love getting fucked by three or four fingers or five fingers. It’s really just an extension of that. I don’t really know what people are imagining when they think of the word fisting; I don’t really understand what they see wrong with it. It’s so normal in my life.
I guess when people think fisting they may think it’s a violent, un-pleasurable act. They may think of the Max Hardcore European versions of his films or other fisting films where a person gets their whole fist in a vagina. That’s not fisting?
Well, yeah. Fisting is where you’ll see the arm and the wrist and then the pussy, so the whole hand is in there. But if you close your hand up . . . my wrist is so much smaller than some of the cocks I’ve seen in porn, or some of the sex toys. You’ll see these little girls/big toy movies, you can see all that stuff everywhere. It’s crazy the Max Hardcore stuff, but my fist is tiny. [Laughs] Nina Hartley’s fist is much smaller than any of the cocks in Live Sex Show. But for some reason that word, and maybe in some sense Max Hardcore and those mainstream down and dirty, super low budget, quote unquote “gross porno,” maybe they ruined it for me because I’m a sex positive director. I’m not trying to talk people into letting me put both of my hands in their ass and hurt them. What I’m trying to do is create a sex positive environment where my performers and I can do what gets us off as individuals. So I guess that’s the difference.
Do you consider yourself more of a performer then director or the other way around?
That’s an impossible question for me. I really couldn’t do one without the other. I think being a performer and a director, I have so much insight into what goes on in my head as a performer. As a director I’m able to further mentally prepare for that when I’m directing. I know what I want when I show up on set to perform in a scene, and I think it just means I’m a better listener as a director and I’m far more interested that the performers are having fun, feel safe, have what they need, and I’m not wasting their time.
Tell me about Fuckstyles.
Fuckstyles is called a hardcore Queer porn mixtape that is made from Queer Porn TV. It stars Erica Raphael who’s an up and coming alt porn star, Jizz Lee who’s in most of my movies and one of my favorite people on earth. Wolf Hudson, another one of my favorite people on earth and one of my favorite performers to watch. James Darling, Poppy Cox, April Flores, Sophia St. James who’s another curvy fat girl performer. There’s a lot of people in this movie. [Laughs] I co-directed it with my friend and porn performer Tina Horn. This was released this past January. There’s some double penetration, anal sex but there’s also some sweet, making out, cunnilingus, pussy eating, blowjobs, masturbation, romance. So it’s romantic and raunchy at the same time. If you’ve watched a lot of my porn you notice that that’s pretty much all of my scenes. I like it really hardcore and rough, messy, edgy and provocative. But I also like chemistry, kissing, touching and eye contact, communication and talking is all really important to me too. So this movie is the quintessential version of that. There’s a lot of raunchy stuff but there’s also a lot of chemistry.
Can you tell me more about the websites you run?
There’s QueerPornTube.com which is kind of like YouTube.com except it’s free user-generated content. People go there and upload their own porn. There’s no pirated, copywritten stuff. It’s all amateur stuff that people have made and uploaded. It’s totally free. I don’t even know how many hundreds of videos are up on there now but that’s pretty much growing. QueerPornTV.com and NoFauxxx.com are my membership-based sites. You can go to the clips store and watch them on your iPhone or iPad. Everything is growing exponentially. This year NoFauxxx turns 10 years old and I’m actually changing the name. It will still be the exact same site but I’m changing the name to Indie Porn Revolution. My hope is to branch out because a lot of people don’t know what Queer porn is but if I said indie porn you’d know what that is.
Can you tell us then what is Queer porn?
The short backstory is when I started NoFauxxx.com, I was calling it subversive smut made by lady artists and queers to sort of describe what I was making. For me Queer porn is a movement of people breaking down different stereotypes of how a fat person has sex or how a Black person has sex or how a trans woman has sex or how lesbians have sex. These things that mainstream porn has niched down and defined as a certain way. If you look at lesbian porn it’s one way, if you look at BBW porn it’s just one way. My idea behind this Queer porn movement was to break that down and to work with people, and let them define who they were instead of letting the market define what that was. So it’s everybody all together; it’s not separated into men and women, lesbians or straight people. It’s all together. It’s all these different kinds of Queer couplings that’s definitely heavy on the LGBTs—Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual, Trans-gender—but it’s definitely extended to heterosexual people and people who are trans. It’s a place for outcasts or if you take Alt porn and make it a little bit softer is how I would describe it. It’s to open up the playing field and let all kinds of people be involved in making porn and not just people you would typically see in your Evil Angel videos. Not that I don’t love Evil Angel because I do. [Laughs] I’m definitely not anti-mainstream in any way. I actually love a lot of it. I love pretty much every single mainstream porn girl I’ve met. But I make something different and I am something different. I can’t pretend I’m a mainstream person. Honestly I’ve never even gotten a job in LA aside from Carlos Batts’ Artcore. I’m for hire. If somebody could cast me with Andy San Dimas that would be great! [Laughs]
You’ve had some mainstream girls come up to work for you such as Nina Hartley. Kelly Shibari and April Flores have also worked for you but aren’t they also part of the Queer community?
They live in LA but . . . April Flores has been a really good friend of mine for the past few years and I invited her to come and do some performances for me and we found a really deep connection in that collaboration. So she is definitely part of the Queer porn movement. I would definitely call her a Queer porn star as well as a mainstream porn star. And Kelly, oh my god, she’s just amazing! [Laughs] I actually just worked with her recently for Queer Porn TV. Getting her on that site is going to be great. Actually, I think that will be her first exposure into the Queer porn movement. Everything that I’ve done with her previously, has been for Padded Kink. I also did a threesome with Kelly and April in Artcore, that was really good.
L to R: Courtney Trouble, Kelly Shibari, April Flores in a scene from Carlos Batts' Artcore
How many titles have you released under Trouble Films?
So far Live Sex Show is the first one I released in October, 2011. Then Fuckstyles in January, 2012. I’ve got a couple coming out in the summer and fall. I got a pretty crazy schedule this summer but I’m hoping to do an all fat girl release this summer. [Laughs] It’s going to be all fat girls, and I’m stoked about it. When I went to AVN me and Sophia St. James were the only fat girls there. I went to the Feminist Porn Awards and I was the only fat girl there. So I decided, “You know what? This is the year of the fat girl.” I don’t like to put out themed DVDs. I really like my stuff to be pan sexual, something for everybody is sort of my motto. But I’ve been meaning to put out a plus-size porn film my whole career. I’m excited to be doing that this year.
The girls you will use will they be girls from the mainstream BBW porn community?
They’re going to be all new. Me, I’m sure Kelly will be in it, maybe April. I’m not going to give away the cast entirely, but it’s not going to be a whole lot of the BBW girls from LA. A lot of them are going to be from up here, San Francisco.
Which films of yours would you point out to people not familiar with your work that shows you at your best?
Of course I would say Fuckstyles, it has eight or nine scenes on it that I consider my best work from the past year or year and a half. One of my favorites actually came out last year called Roulette Toronto, which was my last film with Good Releasing. It has a scene with April Flores and Dylan Ryan on it, and I consider it one of the best scenes I’ve ever done. I perform in that movie with Judy Minx, who’s a French porn star. I think that scene is so hot! [Laughs] My Seven Minutes In Heaven series, I think the first one called Coming Out is definitely representative of my best work. I think I excel in using amateurs in a professional way, like the pro-am genre of porn. That’s just seven girls together in a house for one day with just the cameras rolling. No script, no casting beforehand. They just picked their own people in their own scene. It’s two hours long and it’s kind of the first example Queer porn that was sort of gonzo-esque. I think that’s a good start. Beyond the DVDs I would check out QueerPornTV, I think that really is some of my best performance work.
Tell me about your documentary What Makes Us Queer, I understand its making the rounds at film festivals currently.
What Makes Us Queer is a seven minute long documentary that juxtaposes interviews with Queer porn performers asking them what makes them queer? So I basically sat them down and asked them, “Hey, what makes you Queer?” juxtaposed with slow-motion silent video of them fucking from their porn scenes. So what you see is the person’s face and then also clips from their porn scenes, and then what you hear is them saying stuff like, “Who I fuck, how I fuck,” these things that they believe in and things that they believe to be true about their personalities. So you can kind of get a sense of what Queer porn is and what Queer identity means to the people in the movie.
Isn’t Queer a derogatory term? If someone were to call you Queer, how do you know that person isn’t saying it to be negative? How did the word Queer become accepted?
I think that the word Queer was re-claimed by people who have been called Queer in the derogatory sense when they were in school. The same way the words fag and dyke have been re-claimed by LGBT community. Lesbians call themselves dykes all the time and fags call themselves fags all the time. Those are things people identify themselves as all the time. Maybe you identify as a straight man; well that’s a unique experience to your own sexuality in the same way I identify as a queer person, it’s really unique and individualistic to me. So yes, Queer is a word that has been used in a derogatory sense for so long but it’s been re-claimed by Queer people themselves. The word Queer really just means something strange, something outside the box, going against the grain. That’s me because I like men and women and I like trans people. I’m really all over the place, really pan sexual. I like to have sex really just any way. If you suggested a way to have sex I probably would be interested in it. [Laughs] So for me you can’t call me a lesbian because I like guys and you can’t call me straight because I like girls. You can’t call me bisexual because I believe in more than two genders.
You don’t often hear about, and I’m sure they are out there, women who are attracted to trans-gender people. Are you genuinely attracted to trans-gender people—male to female, female to male?
[Laughs] Both. For me I’m attracted to men and women. Beyond that their trans status doesn’t matter to me. More so, I’m attracted to somebody’s personality, confidence, passion, and all the kinds of things that makes people hot. I’m attracted to that and gender never goes into it. I think that when you say women are not generally attracted to trans people and only men are, I think that is a stereotype. What I was talking before about Queer porn breaking down these stereotypes, I think the fetish-nization of trans women is one of those stereotypes that I have really been working hard to break down at least for myself and to shoot porn that I make. I want to say, “Trans women are women,” and beyond that women have sex in them in all these various and fabulous different ways with other trans women or non-trans women. Or with men, straight men, gay me or bi-sexual men. Trans women have human sexuality just like everybody else. I explore that a lot in my work as much as I can. So that’s one of those stereotypes that I’m really interested in breaking down. I’m not a trans woman and I’m not a trans man but I do identify as gender queer in the sense that there are masculine parts of me that I really identify with. In Padded Submissive, my scene with Kelly Shibari, I’m really feminine but you can sense that I’m really into my cock. [Laughs] I really connected to that. So I actually identify as gender queer because if I could grow a cock I would immediately. [Laughs] And not in a funny, ha ha sort of way. That is a real part of my sexuality. I call my gender a really bad case of penis envy. [Laughs]
You have Queerly Beloved happening this month. What is that event about?
Queerly Beloved is my pride party. It happens during the week of Pride in San Francisco. So they have the trans march, the dyke march, then they have the Gay Pride Parade. Those are all sponsored events. I do sort of a pop up party, or anti-Pride party. It’s not really affiliated with the mainstream celebration. It’s on June 24th, the Sunday of Pride. It’s really meant for all genders and all sexualities. Women, men, trans people, gender Queer people. Straight people can come. It’s an open event that celebrates sex positivity and human sexuality in all its many forms. I’ll also be doing a live performance. Dance, striptease and a nude situation at the end. I won’t get into too many details but I will be naked with ice at the end of it.
When I did the research on Queer porn I noticed that many people who identify as Queer also identify themselves as Feminists. How is Feminism and Queer connected directly to one another?
That is a really good question and I’m so glad to hear that question from a writer like you because I haven’t even heard it in my own community about how Feminism and Feminist porn and Queer porn really sort of intersect with one another. For me, intellectually I’m a feminist or I guess you could say I identify as a decent human being. Not only should women get equal rights in our society but also have their choices. I also believe everybody deserves the same basic rights. For me, making Queer porn is sort of me saying, “Hey, these people are people.” Same with being a Feminist. I identify as both because I think everybody deserves the same access to everything. I can’t speak for other people that make Queer porn but Feminism is just a small part of it all. I guess I’m a humanist. I really believe in the human as a race and that we need to unite together and watch out for each other.
Is Queer porn a genre? I can’t see it as a niche.
It’s a genre. I don’t think it’s a niche. For AVN Queer Porn TV was nominated for Best Alternative Website. It’s an alternative genre, not alt porn genre, but its own genre.
You’ve been doing this for 10 years, since you were 18. When did you become this Courtney Trouble persona?
Right away because Courtney is my real name. I’m not a fake person at all. Trouble was my phone sex name and Courtney is my real name and I started this art project, No Fauxxx, 10 years ago. The point was to be myself and define my own sexuality. I’m still me and that’s why you don’t see me in the mainstream making movies for the bigger companies because it is impossible for me to be something that I’m not. What I am is something really weird and queer and political and feminist. That’s just me. There’s no secret life, no porn persona or anything like that.
Do you consider yourself a pornstar then?
Yeah! I have an Amazon wishlist. [Laughs] I identify as a pornstar. I would say I’m famous in the Queer community and the LGBT community. I think I’m on the rise in the mainstream porn community as well. I mean I’m doing this interview for XCritic. I definitely think I’m on the up and up.
Have you had any of the larger mainstream studios reach out to you to perform in scenes in their movies?
I cannot speak on current negotiations. I’ve talked to Nica Noelle about shooting for her lesbian line which I would be really excited about. My dream of course is to work with Belladonna, who I really see as the ultimate, feminist pornographer.
Could you handle working with her in one of her scenes? You know how gritty and dark her films are.
I would fuck the shit out of that woman. [Laughs] I’ll be fine.
Being a big girl who does porn do you consider yourself part of the BBW porn community?
No. I think because I live up in the Bay Area and I haven’t done a whole lot of mainstream porn, I don’t know if you could consider yourself part of the community without necessarily being invited to it, I guess is what I’m saying. While I’m friends with Kelly and April and I’ve worked with them plenty, I’m up here in the Bay Area. The BBW companies haven’t asked me to come do scenes for them either. I think because I’m too small. I’m way too big for straight porn and way too small for BBW porn. That’s the story of my life. [Laughs] I wouldn’t turn it down to work with some of those girls and I might even do boy/girl for some of those companies. But I haven’t been invited yet. We’ll see what happens with that. If they want me I’ll do it. I’ve done 60 scenes at this point and none of them have ever been mainstream. It’s definitely something I’m curious about but I don’t think I’m really part of that community. I think I’m on the outskirts of it. I’m not anti it.
So if Rodney Moore, The Score Group or Sensational Video were to ask you perform in a scene for one of their films you’d at least consider it?
Oh yeah, totally. One hundred percent.
It seems as though big girls have really been embraced by the Queer porn community.
Yeah. It’s because I work with whomever. I’ll work with people of any size. I don’t have any limits.
Do you feel the mainstream porn industry is ready to embrace Queer porn?
Nope. I think they’ll do it all wrong if they try, honestly. That’s why there’s this BBW porn niche and all these tiny little niche’s in the mainstream adult industry. Where would you put Queer porn? You could make lesbian porn and I’ve seen people try to do Queer lesbian porn but when I look at the big picture, it’s just fake lesbian porn marketed to guys. Not that it’s bad but what I’m doing is a little bit different. I just turn on the camera and watch people fuck. I don’t tell them to do anything different. I don’t direct people in that way and I don’t think the mainstream porn world is ever going to trust themselves enough to do that. But I get so much chemistry out of my performers by shooting that way.
Have you always been a fan of porn even before getting into it?
I looked at magazines when I was a kid and the Internet was around. Yeah, I looked at porn. I don’t know if I was a fan of it necessarily but I found a lot of other things sexy. Madonna for instance. [Laughs] I always thought Madonna was really sexy. I use to stuff my underwear with socks and pretend I was a dude when I was a little kid. I had a relationship with porn when I was a teenager, the same way a teen boy might.
In other interviews you’ve said you were a tomboy growing up.
Yeah, absolutely. Climbing trees in dresses and stuff like that.
Did you have any issues with your sexuality? Did you know early on you were bisexual?
I did. I had a crush on Janet Jackson when I was nine-years-old and I thought, “Oh shit, I’m gay.” [Laughs] But I grew up in a really accepting family. When I came out to my dad he was like, “Yeah, OK.” It’s never been a problem. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and being a Queer kid was super easy for me. I’m privileged in that way.
It seems Queer porn is mostly targeted towards women and is much more female friendly. Would I be wrong in assuming that?
I think newcomers to porn start seeking out new things right off the bat that are actually more general, and Queer porn is more of a general genre. If you start watching Queer porn you could start to realize things like, “I’m attracted to big girls,” or “I’m attracted to big guys,” or oral sex, fisting, whatever it is. There’s a lot of stuff to see and a lot of stuff you can expose yourself to in Queer porn. In mainstream porn you would actually have to already know you like watching blowjobs to go find blowjob porn. In Queer porn you can get expose to all those things. If you’re watching Queer porn you know the ethics are there and maybe the Feminism. It’s a safer place to start I would say than looking at Manuel Ferrara and be like, “Oh my god, what the heck is going on? Are those women OK?” Chances are they’re just fine. I’m a strong believer that mainstream porn has its rules and safeties set up. But people who are new to porn may not feel the same way. The fantasy is still about two people but scary and rough, throwing the girl around and cumming in her ass can be pretty serious for a girl who’s never seen porn before whereas Queer porn is set up as, “I know the performers are doing what they want to do because that’s what Queer porn is. This a great place to start.” It’s gateway porn. [Laughs] That being said I think there’s a lot more guys watching Queer porn than you think because guys love watching girls fuck each other. There’s also a lot of diversity in female bodies in Queer porn. You can just watch Queer porn and know there’s different kinds of bodies all over the place. I think women can relate to that. My females fans are like, “You’re body is just like mine.” I have a really average body type. I’m a size 12 or 14; that’s like right in the middle and there’s so many women out there that are the exact shape and size. A lot of my fans are like, “You look exactly like me except you’re naked and taking it up the ass.” so a lot of my fans are people who can relate to me because I do have this middle ground body.
You posted on Twitter recently asking people what kind of scenes do they want to see you do. I’d love to see you and April or Kelly or another big girl do a scene completely in the nude.
I really want to do another scissoring scene with another fat girl; rubbing my pussy up against her pussy, I think that would be really hot. [Laughs]
You also never see a big girl with a thin girl. I’d love to see more of that.
You should see my scene with Judy Minx in Roulette Toronto then. She’s really skinny and short and just totally tiny. See, that’s the problem with the BBW niche, and maybe this is why I’m not a part of that community so much—not by choice. I don’t want to be put into a room with a bunch of fat girls and say go. I want to be taken seriously as a performer. I want to work with Belladonna, I want to work with Tristan Taormino, I don’t want to necessarily shoot with another fat girl. What if I want to do a scene with Kimberly Kane? I should be able to do that. I’m fucking good at it. I’m good at fucking. [Laughs] I don’t see why the mainstream porn industry is so scared to cast a BBW with a thinner girl.
Vivid released Sister Wives XXX where India Summer has a lesbian orgy scene with Samantha 38G and Lisa Sparks. So it happens but it’s rare. I think it’s up to the mainstream studios and people such as yourself to make it happen because the BBW studios won’t do that. For the most part its fans just wants to see fat girls, it’s a fetish for them and they don’t want to see skinny girls cast in those movies. I know I like fat girls and skinny girls as do hundreds of other fans, and we would love to see them together in a sex scene.
I’m on the same page with you. I want to see fat girls doing everything in porn that other people can do. We should be able to see anal sex porn with women of all sizes or we should be able to have lesbian porn with women of all sizes. Some of these lesbian porn DVDs, they’re like 12-year-olds. It’s gross. I’m not being anti-skinny I’m just saying get some size diversity in your movies or else no one is going to take you seriously. It doesn’t look like real lesbian porn if it has fake stuff going on. I think size diversity makes things look more real.
Do you like being naked? Do you have any self-esteem issues? When it comes time for you to get naked do you ever feel self conscious about it?
No, not really. I’ve done probably more work loving and respecting my body than a lot of people have. I just think it’s so much better to spend my time figuring out how to love the body I have and how to live in the body I have than it is to change it. So I’m a pretty self confident with it.
What would you like to say in closing to the XCritic readers?
Dear XCritic readers, it’s nice to meet you and I look forward to getting to know your desires better and showing you mine.
Images courtesy of Courtney Trouble, Carlos Batts, Naked Eye Photographer
Cover Images Courtesy of Trouble Films, Good Releasing.
AVN Logo Courtesy of AVN Media Network.
For more info on Courtney Trouble please visit CourtneyTrouble.com, TroubleFilms.com, QueerPorn TV and NoFauxxx.com (Indie Porn Revolution).
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