Porn directors only parody the most well known personalities, movies, and TV shows. Some people say you haven't made it in America till you've bought a house, but as a celebrity, you haven't really made it until someone has directed a porn parody about you. So it isn't outrageous for DeVille or any porn star to worry that Trump could win--nobody understands America's basest desires better than porn stars."I'm not sure what part of his contingency [cares about women]," DeVille says, worrying aloud, as a Donald Trump wig sits on a white Styrofoam head on her table.The actor playing Trump, James Bartholet, seems less worried. He wears Crocs and a dress shirt at the top of the shoot, but strips down to his underwear before he puts on Trump's wig, revealing a light layer of hair on his upper back. He has worked as a mainstream actor, even appearing on True Detective, but started working in porn parodies 12 years ago. Porn companies call him when they need a performer with acting abilities. Since he started working in the industry, he has become best friends with Ron Jeremy and Evan Stone, and he relishes in the work.
Some people say you haven't made it in America till you've bought a house, but as a celebrity, you haven't really made it until someone has directed a porn parody about you.
To certain viewers, the plot may come across as rape-ey or as a presentation of sex as a man controlling a woman. DeVille has played in traditional cuckold porn, where she humiliates a male star, but says the Trump/Kelly scenario is a fantasy she enjoys--a sexual illusion she considers hot."A lot of my favorite scenes in porn are when I can relax. I have no control," she says. "I can enjoy myself." And not just in a sexual way: "I find it incredibly emotionally satisfying."DeVille works two jobs. When she's not fucking on camera, she's practicing as a physical therapist. Balancing two lives means she keeps a very strict, highly controlled schedule. Her professionalism is why she's worked in porn for four years, instead of quitting after six months, but being controlling makes situations where she's out of control in the bedroom erotic. "In my personal life I have a lot of control and organization," she says. A Donald Trump impersonator yelling at her to fuck two black dudes makes her very turned on. She says porn stars who enjoy the work are becoming more common than previously thought."The people who are here for the money aren't gonna last as long, where the people who find satisfaction in it will last longer," she says. "I enjoy sex. I've always been a person to push boundaries."Later, she calls porn an activity that feeds her "adrenaline junkie" urges, comparing porn to traveling across the world--a hobby most people would consider normal. But she has a point: Boring sex turns few people on. It's the darkness, the subtext pushing society's edges, which makes us all wet. Her porn isn't that dangerous in comparison to other threats in America. Or perhaps Bartholet puts it best: "Bill Cosby tried to sue us [for making a Cosby parody porno. It's like, 'C'mon!' The mainstream is more deviant than any of us [porn stars]."
I enjoy sex. I've always been a person to push boundaries.