Interview with Dylan Ryan

Dylan Ryan

Another installment of my Ethical Pornographer column just went up. This one features the smart and sexy Dylan Ryan. Whenever I hear this song I think of her:

I could probably write an entire blog post just about why this song reminds me of Dylan, but I don’t want to do that because I don’t actually know her as a person. But basically, in my mind she’s a strong woman who deserves a lot of respect and what I gathered from Fluid: Women Redefining Sexuality is that she likes to reclaim words. She has reclaimed ho and I could totally see her reclaiming “sexy bitch” and giving it an awesome positive attitude.

Anyhoo, here’s a snippet from the interview:

I do enjoy performing with a wide variety of people and that I do is completely intentional.  As a person, I feel a lot of pride about being queer identified and feel it important that the understandings of what queer is be more broad.  I resist being pigeonholed in general but also want to represent a more fluid sexuality that feels available to all people.  I guess I strive for it and it comes naturally, I just enjoy sex and want to promote a sexuality that is open and accessible.  Lately I have been getting to choose who I work with, especially in doing boy/girl porn.  It’s fun to be able to choose because as I mentioned earlier, I know who is professional and has a reputation for shooting great scenes and being pleasant to work with.  I also have people in the business that I admire and want to work with at some point so getting to choose those people is always great.  I am also flexible and enjoy working with people who are booked, which is how it happens most often.  Again, I have been very lucky that I have really enjoyed a lot of the people I have shot with, that’s the benefit of working with companies you love, they hire great people and you make new acquaintances that way.

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