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“Do you go to school here?” the UC Berkeley School of Law’s library manager asks Jeremy Long, overlooking the “UC Berkeley School of Law” clearly emblazoned across the top of his T-shirt.

Lofty, tatted and muscled, Long, who asked to be referred to by his stage name, physically dominates a space — but he’s not intimidating. He scurries ahead of us to hold open each door, and I’m surprised to hear that he’s soft-spoken. Bay-Area-born, Long got his undergraduate degree in rhetoric from UC Berkeley before earning a masters in business from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. Now back in the Bay, Long is working on a law degree with the goal of one day becoming a public defender.

Long is also a porn star. Boasting hundreds of thousands of views per video, he is making a name for himself as one of only a handful of Asian male performers in the American sex industry. The Daily Californian sat down with adult actor Long to learn why a full-time law student is building a lucrative side career in the sex industry — and how he’s not going to quit until there are more Asian guys in the game.

Jeremy Long: I’m pretty wild. My friends knew these people who were doing it, and I saw it as a chance to represent Asian males in the industry. It’s unique because there’s no other major producers doing this genre. There are in Japan, but that’s a completely different situation — they have censorship laws, so they can’t even show genitals. It’s not really marketed for anyone outside of Japan, so you can find it, but you have to look for it.

Porn stars have it made. On the surface, "have sex with beautiful people for money" sounds like a no-brainer, but while it can be a "dream," not enough people put emphasis on the "job" part. Cracked sat down with Lance Hart, veteran porn star, pornographer, and all around porn-type guy, to get the lowdown on getting down for a camera. Here's what we learned:

Normal sex is about two people enjoying each other's bodies. Porn is all about looking right on camera, and that means some auteur is posing you to get the most artistic value out of your thrusting buttocks, even if you end up having doggy sex at an angle no human would ever choose to fuck in. For the woman, this often means that penis is pounding directly into parts of the vagina not meant to be pounded.

But hey, the suck hits both genders. Deep throating is not always awesome. If a girl's going down on you for a scene, she's going to be at it for a long time. We're still filming a movie, and it's a universal rule that nothing worthwhile gets filmed quickly. So she gets tired, and eventually you start feeling molars on the head of your dick. The viewer wants to see you jackhammering her throat with your dick, so you're basically ramming your cock into teeth. Getting paid to receive oral sex is basically like getting your dick chewed on for an hour.

Also, lube gets on everything . I'm talking absolutely every part of your body and beyond. I shoot in my apartment a lot ( phrasing ), and now every doorknob has lube on it. On a hardwood floor, it's like black ice: My cats slip and go flying across the oiled-up wood on an hourly basis. (At least I sure hope that's lube.)

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I've got terrible news for you idiots. You're all going to lose your jobs. Your children are going to starve and die slowly in front of your eyes. Your whole world is going to end. If half of you make it through the day without committing suicide, I'd be shocked.

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On the 29th of May I interviewed former porn star, April Garris at Theology on Tap here in San Diego. April’s story is  powerful one which destroys the, often convenient, myths we believe and reveals the truth behind the porn’s fantasy. What April shares is what the porn industry does not want you to know. As sad as this story is, it is also a story of great hope. Though April has suffered deeply from her time in the industry, she has also found much hope and healing through, with and in Jesus Christ.

If you like what your about to hear, be sure to also pick up a copy of my new 2 CD set, The Ugly Truth where, on the first CD, I interview April (at greater length) and on the second CD I speak with former Playboy producer, Donny Pauling about 10 commonly held myths about the porn industry.

Horrifying and sobering. Especially the idea of “servicing with my body.” The dehumanizing aspects of the culture of death echo-on. Also, her patient love for those ensnared is inspiring.

This is very hard to listen to but good to know how degrading this kind of job is for a woman and that they are definitely not enjoying it but are actually raped.

Colby Keller loves to chat, something evidenced by the bunch of conversations he's had with Nightcharm over the years ( link majorly NSFW ). He's also one of gay porn's most prolific and exuberant -- not to mention diverse -- performers, playing all kinds of roles in all kinds of scenes. So while it may seem contradictory that Colby identifies as a natural introvert, his marvelously introverted reflections on introversion demonstrate that introverts aren't necessarily shy: We just aren't interested in small talk.

Mark Adnum: I read that your stage name was suggested by a gay porn director who found you so shy and quiet in person that all he could think of was Helen Keller. As politically incorrect as that may be, I understand that you are a classic introvert, with unsteady social skills and a preference for your own company. Yet at the same time, there you are, performing in XXX movies for the world to see, so you're obviously not shy. You're a non-shy introvert. What's the difference, do you think, between being introverted and being shy?

Colby Keller: Hmm. I suppose I should interject with a few corrections to start off: While I do consider myself a natural introvert and do appreciate some quality time alone, I can't say I prefer it to quality time with other human beings. A good part of sex and nearly all of "love" is a frustrated (though immensely rewarding, if done properly) attempt to experience and share in the subjectivity of others. People that can't cope with the inevitable responsibilities of social engagement that life on planet Earth affords us all border a crevasse of psychopathology. I might be close, but I'm far from the edge.

Keller: Oh, man! You really want me to have an anxiety attack, don't you? First off, I couldn't agree with Cain more. While capitalism certainly planted its roots further back than the 18th century, I think the kind of performative operations that the modern market economy demands from all participants doesn't conform to the typical operational capacities of an "introvert." Oddly enough, the market also privileges "art" with the most inviolable concentrations of abstract value. Art is nothing but introspection laid bare (introversion's classy cousin). Does this phenomena hint at capitalism's own inherent insecurity -- a desire, perhaps, to exculpate itself from its many sins? By attempting to tame art, capital corrals all of its enemies in one place. Oddly, it never really succeeds in this totalizing project (the artist is too savvy) but comes close.

Ron Jeremy. The man really needs no introduction, but in case you’ve been living in a monastery for the last three decades, we’ll enlighten you. Ron Jeremy is a porn star, and a successful one at that; AVN Magazine named him the No. 1 porn star of all time.

We interviewed Ron Jeremy a few years back (you can read that interview at the end of this updated one), and we recently had the opportunity to catch up to the multifaceted industry legend to discuss such things as his book and upcoming films, such as Stone & Ed , One-Eyed Monster , Tales from the Catholic Church of Elvis! , Finding Bliss (starring Leelee Sobieski and Denise Richards), and Whore (starring Rumer Willis and Thomas Dekker).

I got a lot of porn that’s coming out too, [but] the big ones I’ve got coming up are National Lampoon’s Homo Erectus with Dave Carradine and Ali Larter from Heroes ; that’s going to be a big film and I got a nice part in that, I even have front credits. And also a film called One-Eyed Monster with Charles Napier and the girl who was in Buffy the Vampire Slayer [ Amber Benson ]; there’s a very funny horror film where the aliens infiltrate a penis. You’ll never guess whose, so that’s going to be a very bizarre movie. And another one’s called Finding Bliss … with Denise Richards and Leelee Sobieski.

I’ve done so many films… there’s one called Loaded , another one called Stone & Ed , there’s one called Finishing the Game that was actually nominated for an Asian award and gave me and [James] Franco a good review.

We love the Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE), where all the biggest adult superstars in the world come out to meet the fans and strut their stuff. But how well do you really know your porn stars? William Bibbiani takes a deep, penetrating look at all the ladies of AEE featuring interviews with the hottest stars: AVN Award-winner Bobbi Starr, Stoya,  Chanel Preston , Charley Chase, Marie McCray, Sativa Verte, India Summer, Jelena Jensen, Brandi Love, India Summer, Ela Darling and many more show up to talk shop, offer free signed Patriots jackets (not for Patriots fans), ponder Wonder Woman's sexuality, reveal cameos on Showtime's Dexter , prove their geek cred and describe the worst porno Christmas ever . Plus, Charley Chase molests Bibbs so much we can't even show it all.

That's just the tip of the iceberg, so just check out our exclusive video already, and keep coming back for more of CraveOnline 's video coverage of AEE 2012. NSFW y'all!

While on the red carpet at the AVN Awards back in January , I couldn't help but notice a cute, petite girl in a mirrored dress coming down the carpet after me. Waiting in line to be interviewed by Showtime, I found out that that the tiny woman was Madison Montag , who was nominated as "Transsexual Performer of the Year." She has a real magnetism and a disarming kind of charm. A few weeks ago, I asked Madison if she would open up about the intimate details of her sex life, her struggles, and what it was like growing up trans. She revealed both titillating secrets and sweet dreams for her future.

I'm a 19-year-old transsexual who resides in rural West Texas. I grew up in a really small, conservative town, went to a really small school where everyone knew everything about everyone. I must say it was like growing up in a utopia.

I've always felt different ever since I was a young boy playing with my sister's Barbies -- which was about age 3 or 4. I was little back then, so I never thought anything of it. As a child growing up in a strict Catholic family, I was always very feminine. I was very close with my mom and sister, and mostly because my older brother never really cared much to interact with me or spend time with me, and my father was in the Army and was never home, and never had time for me as a kid, either. As time passed I started feeling more and more like a girl but never really thought anything of it.

Around age 16 I was battling severe clinical depression and started going to therapy for it. I started to get more in touch with my feminine side, and I knew something was different... I didn't feel like a boy anymore, and that scared me. I was wearing makeup, girl's clothes, hair extensions, etc. But I would try to make up an excuse to myself and to my friends by saying I was just a feminine gay boy. I continued therapy for a couple of years, but I always felt very unsatisfied with myself. At the end of the day, after washing all my makeup off, taking out my clip-in hair extensions, I realized it wasn't enough for me. I wanted to stay looking like that forever. I then realized I was not a boy and, in fact, I was a girl.

It’s a Tuesday afternoon but the windows of this bar in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood are taped over with black plastic to make it look like nighttime. They’re filming a porno inside.

A naked woman is sitting on a bar stool, her legs held open by two real-life customers who casually sip their beers as porn actor James Deen repeatedly slams into her. A couple of men stand next to the action with their iPhones held out at arm’s length, but mostly the crowd seems more interested in the glasses of whiskey being passed around than in the moaning girl. They pour the shots down their throats and someone lets a burp rip.

This is a shoot for one of’s many BDSM fetish websites, Public Disgrace, in which “women are bound, stripped, and punished in public.” There are three porn actors and the rest of the 15 or so people at this tiny watering hole — all male save for two women — are fans of the site or just people off the street. My friend who tipped me off about the shoot is one of the latter: He happened to be walking by the bar when he noticed that something was being filmed inside and as a video editor he couldn’t resist checking it out. After a quick background check and some paperwork he was instructed: You can touch her, slap her, spit on her and finger fuck her, you just can’t have sex with her. He instead opted to talk to the crew about nerdy things like lighting techniques and camera equipment.

While periodically lifting his shirt to show me the fresh bug bite swelling on his chest, we talk about sex as art, Viagra, fake orgasms and why people should never try to have sex like a porn star.

On a sunny Saturday morning in eastern Tokyo, a silver Audi pulls into a parking lot and sparks pandemonium. Out of the driver's seat bounces a small, stocky man with bulging biceps, spiky orange hair, and a broad smile spread across his effulgent, spray-tanned face. He bounds onto the pavement wearing a hoodie and a T-shirt that reads SEX INSTRUCTOR. To his left, the mostly male crowd leans forward, en masse. "Shimiken!" several shout, and a clatter of smartphone shutter sounds follows like a round of applause.

"Let's go," Shimiken whispers to a handler attempting to clear a path through the throng. He raises one arm over his head to air-high-five his riveted fans. It's the morning of the Japan Adult Expo , and the crowd has been waiting for tickets. Inside, they'll get to meet the stars of their wildest fantasies. Outside, they've already caught a glimpse of something rarer: the man who has actually lived them all.

At 35 years old, Shimiken is the king of Japanese porn, more often referred to here as AV (adult video), and there is essentially nothing he won't do or hasn't done while getting busy with more than 7,500 different female costars, including a former teen pop singer, Hungarian exchange students, and a pair of 72-year-old twins. In 18 years and more than 7,000 films, Shimiken has refused only one scenario: having sex with an actress after she had sex with a dog. (He agreed to a rewrite in which the dog merely licked butter off the woman before their scene.)

A few months ago, in a fit of on-set fatigue, Shimiken went public with his feelings about the stresses of being one of the few male talents in Japanese adult video: "In this industry there are only 70 male porn stars to 10,000 women. The number of male porn stars in Japan is less than that of Bengal tigers," he wrote in a tweet. "With 4,000 new films every month, the number of male actors simply isn't enough. This industry is like a hole in the wall that needs to get bigger!" By the time he wrapped up his next money shot and checked his phone, his call to arms, or cry for help, had been retweeted more than 3,000 times.

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NBA All-Star Weekend brings plenty visitors to town. But it’s not just the players who get paid to play. To find out how some of our favorite players might be spending their free time, we talked to one of their closest confidants, Lisa Ann—host on Sirius XM Fantasy Sports radio and star of an adult film or two. She talks to GQ about why she’ll never hook up with more than one guy on a team at a time, how NBA players are the "Victoria’s Secret models" of women, and how she watches the draft every year to pick out her next conquests:

Lisa Ann: My personal relationship with athletes started very young. In the early nineties, athletes could come into strip clubs. I watched everything change when Mike Tyson went to jail. When that happened, everything went underground. I think that was the beginning of agents and PR guys reaching out to girls for their clients and making these incredibly private interactions where some girls would sign a waiver each time to make sure they can’t sue or mention any of it.

It’s never happened to me, because I live in a different world. But I’m one of a very few. At any given time, I’m probably talking to a hundred of today’s athletes by text, DM or email. Out of that hundred, I may only meet 25. But I stay engaged because I’m a fan. The coolest thing about being Lisa Ann is when I follow an athlete on Twitter, he follows me back and DMs me his number because he cannot be seen following me. Years ago, Kevin Durant was following me and I didn’t even know it. As soon as it got blown up, he unfollowed me.

So when I engage, I try to be a voice of reason. First of all, I let them know who I am. I’m not a prostitute. I’m never gonna ask you for money. I do like to go to games, so if you leave me tickets at will call, I’m there. I stay involved with their careers. If they’re injured, I hit them and make sure they’re staying positive. It’s important because they’re lonely on the road.