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The Dirt

By dave rock

Confessions of an adult talent agency

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What Am I Expected to Do:

A Brief Overview of Working in the Business...

If you are deciding whether or not to become a model in the adult industry, it would be helpful to know what is required for success. Production companies will shoot a variety of scenes, the most common of which are Solo, Girl on Girl (G/G), and Boy on Girl (B/G). Models are required to exchange clean STD results prior to shooting a sex scene.

  • Solo Shoots will generally involve a photographer taking several photos of the model wearing multiple outfits, and may include dressing and undressing. These photo sets will often be accompanied with a short video of the model engaged in masturbation.
  • Girl on Girl Shoots also include photos and video. “Still” photo sets are taken of two models chosen by the production company. G/G are often hardcore, meaning the two women engage in full sexual acts that include kissing, breast fondling, oral sex, and sometimes toys.
  • Boy on Girl Shoots are similar to G/G, the production company will select the two models for “boy on girl” scenes. The male and female performers engage with one another in full sexual acts that include kissing, fondling, oral sex, and sometimes toys.

There are more extreme versions of these three types of scenes, including acts of anal, interracial sex, and working with multiple partners in a scene. A model is NOT required to shoot these type of scenes and she should NEVER be forced or pressured into doing one. If you are comfortable performing Solo, G/G, and B/G scenes, then you will have a solid foundation on which to build a career.