Diamond Jackson is on her webcam blasting “Back in Black” by AC/DC. Seems I don’t do anything these days without the accompaniment of live webcam models 😉 I tend to listen to their patter but not watch them. Their one-sided conversations are anthropological. It interests me to hear the ladies respond to whatever their viewers are saying. Amy Fisher does not take any sh*t. I sorta miss her when she is off for the weekend.
Anyways, I have been toying with how to respond to this blog comment posted by pw: “I’ve wondered ever since what prompted you to explore fight fetish work and superheroine fetish work, and why that interested you enough to keep doing it, whereas so many adult performers may never even put a toe into those waters. Do you find anything particularly different about the models you meet who do fetish fight work versus the ones who don’t?”
Pw, catfight/wrestling work is available to all the women who work in the adult industry here in LA. Some have bad first experiences and never want to try it again. As you and most catfight aficionados know, 98% of the matches are scripted with a predetermined winner. That does not stop some of the “competitors” from buying into an odd delusion that they are participating in athletic events when nothing could be further from the truth. Consequently, they land punches too hard, “accidentally” hit you in the face, etc. I know that this may sound like fun entertainment to the viewer but it is not fun for the women who shoot with them. Even if you call them on it they just keep it up and pretend they are not doing it. On the most recent occasion this occurred at a shoot I simply resolved to keep my cool. I had just had surgery on my breasts a month earlier and my opponent was repeatedly hitting me too hard in the chest. She became winded and actually had to sit down to recover, totally embarrassing herself. It seemed like the Universe handled that situation for me. But yet.. I wasn’t 100% sure she had been punching me too hard intentionally so I had given her the benefit of the doubt. Each time she hit me too hard I saw an anticipatory gleam light up her eyes like she was trying to provoke me. I felt my anger rise but I knew if I lost my temper I would create a wild, cringe-inducing episode on a par with a number of other such occasions in the past. Everyone in the room would freeze and stare at me like I had lost my mind. The other model would play innocent. I’ve lived this, I’ve gone through it, and this is what always happens. I just wanted to finish the f*cking shoot, get paid, and go. This – the situation I just described – is exactly why some models do one or two catfight shoots and never want to do anymore.
Remember I said that I had been toying with how to respond to your blog comment, pw? I had no idea these words would come out of me but they are straight from the heart. My fingers were dancing across the keyboard so fast that sparks flew.
I did my first catfight shoot with Jewell Marceau and Venus Delight for CaliforniaWildcats.com in 1999, I believe. Stacy Burke was ref. Oddly enough, this was real wrestling (not scripted) – the first time I had ever wrestled in my life. I beat Jewell and Venus beat me. It seemed pure – no hijinks or foolishness. Basically, I just got lucky and had a pleasant first experience. And, amazingly, I went for years without having a problem with anyone. Alexis Taylor (AKA Shannan Leigh), Jewell, Francesca Le, and Stacy Burke were the women with whom I worked most frequently. We all got along famously – not a delusional idiot in the bunch. The first time I had a real problem (and created a cringe-inducing scene) was when Frankie Zapitelli (I don’t know if I am spelling her name correctly and I don’t care) kicked me three times in the crotch during a scripted superheroine catfight. I erupted. The atmosphere froze. Everybody looked at me like I was crazy except Jared from DT Wrestling who understood exactly why I was mad. Things kinda went downhill from there and a lot more wackjobs started entering the catfight fantasy realm. Around then I started turning down most of the work. Now I mainly just do custom requests and only work with models who conduct themselves with a reasonable amount of decorum.
Normally I reread what I write to check for errors but I will probably just leave this post as it is: a mildly ranting, stream-of-thought, poorly punctuated expression of my opinion. I have added the box cover of Putting on the Gloves starring Devin DeRay and me for a little eye candy. Devin was a blast: beautiful with a fit, sculpted body and a great attitude.
By the way, the hottest chicks are almost always the easiest to shoot with.
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