Adult star who's been in the industry for 30 years reveals heartbreaking reason she stopped working with male co-stars

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By Nasima Khatun

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A veteran adult star has opened up about why she stopped working with male co-stars.

Julia Ann Tavella is one of the biggest names in the adult entertainment business, but after 30 long years in the industry, the star decided to stop working with male co-stars and she doesn't regret her decision at all.

Speaking on the Holly Randall Unfiltered last year, Julia Ann revealed that the decision was made shortly after she got married, but it had nothing to do with her relationship at the time because her husband was cool with it.

Instead, it was because of something else altogether.

GettyImages-506266866 (1).jpgJulia Ann has revealed she no longer shoots with male co-stars. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

"So you're not doing boy-girl, right? You're just doing girl-girl for your sake?" the interviewer asked.

After confirming the answer, she went on to state: "The reason why I stopped doing boy-girl was because as a woman who was getting older and one who hates the gym, I was finding that I couldn't control where my fat was going in a scene with guys."

She continued: "This is my reality and no bulls***. When I have sex with a girl, I can position myself, I can work it a certain way, I can be a little bit more, 'Oh, how you doing today.' But when a guy's behind you, it's just *doink doink doink* and stuff is just happening... I can feel it happening."

GettyImages-137449685.jpgJulia Ann feels more in control of how she looks when shooting with a female. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Julia Ann went on to explain that she just got to that point where she started to feel "incredibly insecure" which the host, who was also a performer herself, could also relate to.

"And especially with more seasoned guys, they will move you around into whatever position you want, to open you up on camera - that's great when you're thin and little and petite and look good from every angle," Randall agreed before Julia brought up the fact that menopause can change everything for a woman and her body.

"Even when you're a thicker girl - and you work out - your body moves differently [to mine.] After menopause, your body moves separate from itself," she added. "There's no one area that moves with the other, like you go this way and [your body] goes- it's like a ricochet effect."

The 54-year-old concluded that it was "uncool," so that's why she prefers to do adult content with just other women now.

Watch the full interview below:


Julia Ann started her career as one-half of the notorious stripping duo, 'Blondage' alongside Janine Lindemulder before going on to make adult content of her own.

Soon, she was racking up thousands of views across multiple platforms and has now become one of the top performers in the world.

She's even been inducted into the Brazzers Hall of Fame.

Featured Image Credit: Erdark/Getty

Adult star who's been in the industry for 30 years reveals heartbreaking reason she stopped working with male co-stars

vt-author-image

By Nasima Khatun

Article saved!Article saved!

A veteran adult star has opened up about why she stopped working with male co-stars.

Julia Ann Tavella is one of the biggest names in the adult entertainment business, but after 30 long years in the industry, the star decided to stop working with male co-stars and she doesn't regret her decision at all.

Speaking on the Holly Randall Unfiltered last year, Julia Ann revealed that the decision was made shortly after she got married, but it had nothing to do with her relationship at the time because her husband was cool with it.

Instead, it was because of something else altogether.

GettyImages-506266866 (1).jpgJulia Ann has revealed she no longer shoots with male co-stars. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

"So you're not doing boy-girl, right? You're just doing girl-girl for your sake?" the interviewer asked.

After confirming the answer, she went on to state: "The reason why I stopped doing boy-girl was because as a woman who was getting older and one who hates the gym, I was finding that I couldn't control where my fat was going in a scene with guys."

She continued: "This is my reality and no bulls***. When I have sex with a girl, I can position myself, I can work it a certain way, I can be a little bit more, 'Oh, how you doing today.' But when a guy's behind you, it's just *doink doink doink* and stuff is just happening... I can feel it happening."

GettyImages-137449685.jpgJulia Ann feels more in control of how she looks when shooting with a female. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Julia Ann went on to explain that she just got to that point where she started to feel "incredibly insecure" which the host, who was also a performer herself, could also relate to.

"And especially with more seasoned guys, they will move you around into whatever position you want, to open you up on camera - that's great when you're thin and little and petite and look good from every angle," Randall agreed before Julia brought up the fact that menopause can change everything for a woman and her body.

"Even when you're a thicker girl - and you work out - your body moves differently [to mine.] After menopause, your body moves separate from itself," she added. "There's no one area that moves with the other, like you go this way and [your body] goes- it's like a ricochet effect."

The 54-year-old concluded that it was "uncool," so that's why she prefers to do adult content with just other women now.

Watch the full interview below:


Julia Ann started her career as one-half of the notorious stripping duo, 'Blondage' alongside Janine Lindemulder before going on to make adult content of her own.

Soon, she was racking up thousands of views across multiple platforms and has now become one of the top performers in the world.

She's even been inducted into the Brazzers Hall of Fame.

Featured Image Credit: Erdark/Getty