Ask a Porn Star: Introducing Wendy Williams, trans sex superstar

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In which super sexy porn people answer questions -- each week -- from Bay Area locals
By Justin Juul

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Wendy Williams is an award-winning movie star with nearly a half-a-million films under her belt. But that doesn’t mean this month’s featured celebrity is some shallow Hollywood glamour snob… quite the opposite, actually. In fact, it only takes a second of conversation with Williams to realize that she’s really just a down-home southern girl who enjoys the simple things in life.

Williams likes traveling, shopping, advanced social networking and, um…interracial gangbangs. Okay okay okay! So maybe Williams isn’t exactly what you’d call normal, but that’s why she’s so much more intriguing than other media starlets known for dropping their vowels and dipping their thongs. While traditional southern belles like Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears, and Brooke Hogan waste their/our time making crappy music, popping pills, and collecting the worst sunglasses you’ve ever seen in your life, Williams keeps it real and focuses her energy on something we can all relate to: steamin’ hot tranny sex. What I’m saying here is that trans porn is better than reality TV and that mainstream pop icons have less talent than the people you see on Fleshbot everyday. I’m also saying that Williams is much cooler than all the girls I mentioned above because she’s an interesting individual with a mind of her own and those other girls are pretty much the opposite of that (although Britney got pretty cool there for a second).

Anyway! Enough with the half-assed shot at social commentary, right? Here’s the Wendy Williams story in a nutshell:

Hot Wendy Williams was born about thirty years ago to a couple of small-town Kentuckians (yes, that’s what they’re called) who freaked out when they realized their son was “not like other boys.” They tried to change him for a while, but it soon became obvious that nothing was gonna work so they shipped the little guy down the street to be raised by his great grandmother. Years went by without much fussing or fighting –granny was cool, man!--and then Williams left for college in a bigger city. It was here that he learned how to dress and act like a woman. After college, Williams spent a few years in a monogamous relationship with a man and then started doing porn. Now (s)he’s a modern day mega-star with multiple websites, movie deals, and a red hot Youtube channel of her very own.

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The Guardian recently got Williams on the phone to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real. Or wait, I mean…to find out what happens when men from Kentucky stop being men and start being women with male parts who have sex with men on camera and then sell the footage to other men who swear up down that they’re straight.

SFBG: Hey Wendy. First off, how many websites do you run?
Williams: Oh god, I have like four or five blogs. And then I have my adult site and my DVD site. All in all I think I maintain about nine websites.

SFBG: Wow. That’s rad. I haven’t read all five of your blogs, but I have been checking out your Youtube confessional thing. Cool stuff.
Williams: Yeah, my fans really like it because it’s so personal. I like doing those, but it can be strange because I often get more personal than I mean to. Then later down the road I’ll be like, “Oh god, why did I ever post that?” But it’s a good thing, I think. Youtube is great for advertising. I used it to sell my last DVD and it worked really well.

SFBG: Do you get harassed a lot? I was clicking through your videos yesterday and I noticed you had some Nazi messing with you.
Williams: Yeah, my hate club is about as big as my fan club. It’s kinda nice. It keeps me motivated.

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SFBG: Ha! What about in your real life? You still live in Kentucky right? I imagine you must get a lot of shit from people.
Williams: Yeah, I live in Kentucky part time. It’s probably not the best place for someone like me, but I was born and raised here so I’m comfortable. Growing up in a small town in Appalachia was hard of course, but I learned how to hide myself until I graduated high school. I moved to Lexington for college immediately afterward and that’s where I was introduced to the gay lifestyle. After that, I moved to Cincinnati and started living almost full time as a woman. I was just working in clubs and stuff and pretty soon I met a man and moved to Florida. That’s when I started living full-time as a woman so I didn’t really have to experience the growing pains of doing that in the Bible belt. I’m back in Kentucky now, but I’m an adult so I don’t really care what other people think. And nobody seems to care about my deal either, to tell you the truth. People around hear seem more shocked about the fact that I do porn than about my identity. And my family’s really supportive these days so it’s no struggle at all.

SFBG: Are your parents cool with the porn stuff too?
Williams: Oh god, yeah. My mom was really proud when I won the AVN award. She responded to my myspace post about it and everything. It’s taken a while to get to this point, especially with my dad, but now everybody is cool. Actually, to tell you the truth, most of my family thinks I’m in sales. But my mom, she’s cool.

SFBG: As a porn star, do you have sex with guys and girls? And does that carry over into your daily life?
Williams: Oh god, no! The only vagina I’ve ever had anything to do with was Buck Angel. Swear to god. The first time I ever had intercourse with a vagina was when I did my scene with Buck Angel.

SFBG: And how was that?
Williams: It was weird because when he went to orgasm it started making a funny feeling and I didn’t know what was happening. I stopped and I was like “Whoa, what was that?!” He started laughing and he said, “Well, I was about to come, but you ruined it.” Buck is amazing and I love him, but my first encounter with him was kind of a mindfuck. The thing is, I know it’s very common for people in my line of work to have sex with all types of people, but I’m different. I turn down girl-on-girl and TS/TS stuff all the time because I’m just not into it. The transsexual community takes all types, but that’s not my cup of tea.

SFBG: Yeah, about the transsexual community -I noticed that a lot of your movies have titles like “Shemales Gone Wild,” or “Chick-with-a-Dick Party.” How do you feel about those kinds of terms? Are they insulting to transsexuals?
Williams: Oh, you know, all that “she-male,” “chick-with-a-dick” stuff was created by the porn industry to sell DVD’s. It’s just marketing and it works so I’m okay with it, I guess. What I don’t like is when straight companies jump on the tranny wagon with stuff like “My Uncle is My Aunt,” or “I Sucked my Sister’s Dick.” You hear a lot of stupid titles like that these days and it’s disgusting and degrading. People don’t understand that and they don’t seem to get me. I mean, I can’t tell you how many meetings I’ve been to where someone has introduced me as a transvestite or a man. Producers should really try to get familiar with transsexuals though, because our genre is rapidly becoming a top seller in the industry.

Next Week: Williams talks about her fans and answers some of your questions. Got something you want to ask? Email culture@sfbg.com and we'll see if we can "squeeze it in."

Comments

Gheesh Justine you could have let me give you a more flattering pic LOL

Also its SHE not HE, I live as a preop transsexual woman and she is appropriate LOL

Thanks for the Interview!

Posted by WendyWilliams on Apr. 15, 2009 @ 4:43 pm

I READ THE ARTICEL AGAIN AND SEE THE DIRECTION WITH HE AND SHE, SORRY. LOL SEE ITS EVEN CONFUSING FOR ME LOL

Posted by WendyWilliams on Apr. 15, 2009 @ 4:46 pm

you are a hotie!!!!

Posted by ray charls on Apr. 15, 2009 @ 9:15 am

We are a straight couple who loves shemales, We have a movie where you do a husband and wife and found out that and Buck are the only scenes like that. Would you ever do a cuckold movie?

Posted by Jason and A on Apr. 20, 2009 @ 11:20 am

Love the interview you work hard and you desver ever good thing that comes your way.

Posted by Sasha NJ Top Shemale on Apr. 20, 2009 @ 3:02 pm

hey dont forget to check me out in 30 Rock NBC TV. I came out on 4/16/09 it was a blast...

Posted by Sasha NJ Top Shemale on Apr. 27, 2009 @ 7:20 pm