In an interview with the Daily Mail, a porn star named Natalia Vega, 22, explained why she’s never had to wear underwear or even a bra in the studio.
She also talked about her first time on set, how she became addicted to porn, and her love for a certain kind of sex.
The Daily Mail asked Vega if she was a virgin when she started working in porn, or if she ever had an orgasm while working.
She said: “I’ve never had a sexual experience without the assistance of my partner.”
While she’s not saying whether or not she was actually a virgin at the time, she said she did have sex in a sexual relationship with her partner, and that the relationship lasted for a few years.
She added that she was never a virgin, though she did not get an orgasm.
She did, however, admit that she’d been using a vibrator at the same time.
“You have to have an orgasm for it to be a real orgasm,” Vega said.
“That’s why you have to use it at the right moment.”
In addition to her love of porn, Vega is also a self-proclaimed “trouble maker,” and said that she has been in trouble before.
She told the Daily Mirror that she got in trouble at her job when she refused to have sex with her boyfriend, even though he was a pornstar.
She explained how she didn’t want to have to share a bed with him, and was sent home because of it:”I was so upset, I’d had enough.
I wasn’t going to share my bed with a guy who was just doing his job.”
She said that after she had gotten home, she began to feel sad, and decided to quit her job.
She had also had a “sexually transmitted disease,” which she described as “a terrible sickness.”
However, after getting help from a therapist, she went back to work.
When the Daily News asked Vega about her past sexual history, she revealed that she had been raped twice while working in adult films.
“It was in 2004, I was in the porn industry,” she said.
“I don’t remember a lot about the rape, but I do remember that it happened at a party and it was consensual, but that it was a very painful experience.”
She also said that her experience with sexual violence was a common one.
“In my personal life, I had a few sexual partners, and I didn’t say a lot, but there was definitely a bit of violence,” she told the newspaper.
“And I think there is a lot of abuse, a lot.
I think it’s not just about sex.
I mean, a girl is a girl, a boy is a boy.
And that’s why I’m not interested in anything that makes me feel sad.”
She added that it’s important to be careful when engaging in sex with people who are not your partner.
“If someone is not your girlfriend, then you’re not going to have a good relationship,” she explained.
“And if someone is a friend, then they can be a good friend, but if you’re in a relationship and you’re talking about a sexual act and you feel ashamed, then I think you’re really not doing it right.”
The Daily Mirror contacted Vega’s reps to ask about her experience.
The company said they did not have any comment on the matter.