Suck my manhole part 2: Porn god Buck Angel talks about other people’s reactions

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Justin Juul takes on singular porn hottie Buck Angel in part two of this exclusive SEX SF interview. See part one here.

SFBG: How did people in the porn industry respond to you when you first opened shop?
Angel: Oh man, it was really rough at first. People just thought I was weird, I guess, and they didn’t want to give me a chance. They didn’t want to talk to me, they didn’t want me at their shows, nothing. But, I’m a fucking pioneer, you know, and that’s just how it is when you set out to do something totally unheard of. The situation has changed a lot since I’ve become so successful on my own though. I mean, I just won an AVN award and that’s huge! But it wasn’t easy getting here.

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SFBG: What about before you were a producer? I always wonder how peoples’ families respond when their kids go into porn, and for you I imagine it must have been extra hard. I mean, you kind of hit them with a double whammy, like, “Oh, hi mom, I’m gonna stop being a woman now, and, by the way, did I mention I’m also gonna start doing porn?” How did that go down?
Angel: Honestly, my parents were cool with it. But my decision to do all of this came at a time when they had long disowned me for being a drug addict. So, as I was starting my sex change and developing a career in porn, I was also rekindling my relationship with my parents and I think they were proud of me for simply getting sober and doing something. The bottom line is that they just want me to be happy. They knew that my problems with drugs and alcohol came from frustrations with my identity, so they weren’t really shocked about my decision to change my sex.

SFBG: And what about the porn stuff?
Angel: They were super cool about it, like I said. I’m lucky to have really supportive parents who are proud of my success, regardless of the industry it happens to be in.

SFBG: Come on, dude. Somebody must have freaked out on you.
Angel: No way, man. I have great relationships with my sisters and with my parents. They see me on talk shows and stuff and they can tell that I’m happier than I ever was as a woman and it makes them feel good, I think. I’m really open about everything I do and I think that’s the key. If I wasn’t so open with who I am and with what I do, it might seem weird, but I’m totally cool with it so they are too.

Next Week: Buck talks about his decision to keep his pussy.