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December 28, 2016

Interview with Jon Jon: 'You Never Know What to Expect'

This interview with Jon Jon ran in the November issue of AVN magazine as part of a cover story on African American men working in the adult industry. Click here to see the whole issue online. Home State: California | Age: 35 | Started in 2005 | Twitter: @RealJonJonXXX What inspired you to pursue a career in adult film? Like most guys I was inspired seeing the girls, but mainly it seemed like it was challenging to do so I figured that I could give it a shot and see how it goes. What are the most challenging aspects of your job? The most challenging aspects of my job to me are working with new people, ’cause you never know what to expect—and making sure the scene is “good,” as in energy and chemistry. What is the most rewarding part of your job? The rewarding part of my job for me is being able to work with someone I want and doing great work [and] getting hired again. What is the most common misconception about adult? I think the most common misconception about adult is that it is easy. Most fans think that it’s like having sex at home but don’t understand the technical aspect of what’s required. They don’t understand that we have to have sex for the camera, not ourselves, meaning all positions have to be open so the camera can catch the penetration and see the girl. Also the pay—thinking we all make the same amount of money and that we are balling. At a certain point in time the money was very good, but many things changed over time. What barriers, if any, have you encountered working in the adult industry? Barriers I have encountered in this biz: not being able to work with every girl. Porn wise, if you are Asian, Mexican, Latin, Middle Eastern—anything other than African American—you’re not considered “IR” [interracial]. IR refers to only black males and females, so we are limited to whom we are able to perform with. There are many girls I’ll never get to work with because they may not ever do IR, so I have to work within a certain bracket of performers. So to me this is one of the biggest barriers we people of color face in this biz.

 
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