Ask a Porn Star: Sex with Stephen Boyer

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In which super sexy porn people answer questions - each week - from Bay Area locals. View the last installment here.
Mediated by Justin Juul

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Fielding your questions this month is local writer/porn star, Stephen Boyer. Check out some of his movies/pics here and an excerpt from his upcoming novel here. Read our 2008 interview with Boyer here.

Gerry H: Do you ever get bored in the middle of a sex scene?

Boyer: I tried to do a scene with a trans-woman once and she couldn’t get it up. Then she started to complain that she was sick. After that, she started having all of these negative body issues and eventually broke into tears. A few minutes later, she was saying she wanted to leave the porn world once and for all. I wasn’t bored, but the experience was sad and disheartening. So no, I’ve never been bored but I’ve had negative experiences.
Another experience that comes to mind happened a few years ago on set in Los Angeles. The shoot lasted four days and was a porn version of the popular TV show “Survivor.” Every day a few of the boys would get kicked off. One of the boys had just turned 18 and had recently run away from home because his parents were really conservative. He was struggling to pay rent so he got into porn. The “Survivor” thing was his first shoot and the director wanted him to bottom, but not just for anyone; the director specifically made him bottom for a guy with a 12-inch dick that was also really thick. When the boy’s scene finally came up, everyone was watching because no one believed he could take it. But he did. The kid took the dick for like four minutes and then a huge pool of blood shot out of his ass. He was kicked off the show that weekend. He was paid but he didn’t make as much as the rest of us who had “survived” the whole thing.

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Elan F: How much Viagra do you consume on a monthly basis…or is that just a myth?

Boyer: That is a partial myth. A lot of people use stimulants in the porn industry and some companies have wider use than others. I have used Viagra before but it isn’t something I practice and do regularly because I don’t need it. The one time I used it was more of a “try it” for experience sake.

James N: I noticed you took a foot in your ass recently and it made me wonder, does your asshole go back to normal after stuff like that?

Stephen Boyer: For the most part, yes, it does. But I don’t have anal sex that much, especially after a rigorous scene like that. The first hour or two after the scene, I felt like I couldn’t hold my stomach in, but after a good night’s sleep everything began to close back up. Now, it’s like, I shart but not any more than a normal person. Sharting is still a rare occurrence in my life, if that’s what you’re wondering.

Jason L: How tight-knit is the sex worker community in SF? Do you all hang out and talk shop together the way, say, waiters and waitresses do?

Boyer: Obviously I can’t speak for everyone, but yes, sex workers do get together and talk shop and create communities. There are actually many different communities. San Francisco is a great place for sexually-minded people because there are so many groups and support services for lots of types. A few places that are known for being communal gathering places are The Center for Sex and Culture, Magnet, Good Vibes, and the St. James Infirmary. I’ve spent a decent amount of time at all of those places and have enjoyed the services they offer. A lot of my friends work in the sex industry, so we all share stories and hold each other’s hands during the bad times. Sex work is just like any other profession in that people form friendships through the work and there is a hierarchy of who is considered “cool” within the sex worker world. There are “in crowds” and there are individuals that are more or less excluded.

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