British porn star Alicia Rhodes was a prolific performer, appearing in over 240 films between 2002 and 2010.

Alicia Rhodes worked in Britain and the United States. She describes herself as bisexual, although says she would not have a relationship with a woman.

She eventually left the company and, in June 2004 she signed an acting and directing deal with Anabolic Video under which she would direct eight to 10 movies and star in six films a year.

British porn star Alicia Rhodes has established herself in the adult film business in large part due to her fantastic anal and interracial scenes, often with multiple partners simultaneously.

Here, we find out a little more about what makes this buxom British export tick.

Interview with British porn star Alicia Rhodes

Pornstar Name: Alicia Rhodes
DOB: September 8, 1978
Birthplace: Manchester, England
Hair Colour: Blonde
Eye Colour: Blue
Height: 5’4″
Weight: 114 lbs.
Measurements: 34DD-26-34

Pornstar Interview by: Johnny Maxx

Q: Where are you from?
A: I’m from Manchester, England. For anyone who doesn’t know, that’s the cold, cold part of England.

Q: Growing up, how would you describe yourself, and what did you want to be doing?
A: I was a really spontaneous and outgoing kid. I was always really loud and out there. I wanted to be a page three girl, I absolutely idolized girls like Samantha Fox. I had a couple of shots taken by a glamour photographer, and it all just went from there. I actually prayed for a long time for big boobs. Looks like those prayers were answered!

Q: Lets talk about that for a minute!
A: I am a 38DD, and that is all natural. I love my boobs. Lets just say they have been an asset to me in and out of the business.

Q: What were you doing prior to having entered adult film?
A: Before porn, I was working as a hairdresser. I actually owned my own salon for about a year, and I was also teaching hairdressing at a college.

Q: What was your first break into the business?
A: I got started I guess around 2002. Once I shot my first photographs, those went into Hustler. After that, I thought that maybe I should give porn a try.

Q: What was your first movie?
A: It was for a company in England and it was called Addicted To Butt. Obviously, it was an anal scene and I loved it! It was a boy/girl/girl. In America, the first movie I did was The Squirting Adventures of Dr. G #3, but that was just a blowjob scene.

Q: About how many movies have you appeared in to date?
A: I think I’m somewhere around 500.

Q: Wow! How long has it been?
A: I guess only about 4.5 years. I entered the industry relatively late. It took me quite some time, but like I said earlier I had always wanted to do it. It just took me a little longer to start living out my dreams.

Q: Did you start slow and work your way up?
A: No I certainly did not! I jumped right off the deep end, and started with a hardcore boy/girl/girl scene. I knew it was what I wanted to do right from the start, and it’s been a blast. I get to see my friends everyday, and I get to have a lot of great sex.

Q: How do your parents feel about what you do?
A: My mom loves that I am so independent. I get to travel all over the world, and I am making more money than I ever could have imagined. So my mom is really supportive and that helps a lot. As for my dad, he doesn’t know, and I won’t tell him! He’s not really the porn watching type, so it’s sort of a non-issue.

Q: What sorts of reactions do you get from people when you tell them what you do? Is there a lot of negative prejudice?
A: There is a stigma on porn girls for sure. People think you’re an airhead, and that you’re cheap and going to run around fucking every guy you can. It would take anyone about 10 minutes to see I am not like that. I generally feel like I get treated like a nice, normal girl, because that’s what I am. If I get the feeling someone is going to react badly, I just tell them I’m a hairdresser, which is not entirely untrue. I could fake it if I had to, because I know so much about hairdressing.

Q: What kind of girl do you consider yourself sexually?
A: I’m wild, I know I’m wild. I like to be the one in control, I am pretty dominant by nature. I understand the need for compromise in a sexual relationship, so that both people can have fun. If it’s discussed in advance, I am more than happy to be the submissive in a scene or a relationship. Especially in America, they like it rough, and so I have to change some things around.

Q: Outside of work, do you consider yourself bi-sexual?
A: It’s hard to say really, because I enjoy having sex with girls. Especially in a threesome, but I could never date one! Most of the girls I work with are a little inexperienced, so I often have to take charge of the scene. Really gentle girl on girl is a nice change of pace every once in a while.

Q: How do you feel about fetish work, and is this something you explore outside of the studio?
A: I like exploring different fantasies, but as for actually getting off on it, that’s a whole other issue. I personally think it’s just a case of what looks good on camera and what the viewer is getting turned on by. If they are turned on, then I can be turned on too.

Q: Do you masturbate outside of work? Any toy preferences?
A: I absolutely adore toys with the strongest vibrations possible. I love my pocket rocket, and any model of the rampant rabbit.

Q: Do you watch porn at home? Can you still get off to it?
A: Again this depends. If I am watching with a guy and he’s really into it, I can enjoy it for the shared erotic experience. But if I am by myself, I just slip into work mode. I start thinking about how it was filmed, or the camera angles, or the different positions of the actors.

Q: Do you ever watch your own movies?
A: I’ll watch them to see how they turned out, but definitely no volume. I hate to hear myself on film! It doesn’t turn me on at all to see myself in a movie. Some of the guys I have dated have been turned on by the girl/girl scenes I’ve done, but sometimes the boy/girl are a little too rough for their liking.

Q: Have you discovered anything in your own experience that you think people should consider when thinking about sex?
A: I have learned to never be jealous of men’s fantasies. Often, they are just that – fantasies. I have learned how great it is to explore things together, and to be open minded. You can’t know that you’re going to hate something you haven’t tried. After all, you only live once!

Q: How do you prepare for a scene?
A: I approach the guy I am going to be working with, and just do some of the regular stuff. Chatting, some touching, a little flirting… just to build some chemistry between us. And then I get really, really lubed up.

Q: What is the strangest thing you have ever had to insert?
A: A pool cue.

Q: Most men you have had sex with in one day?
A: I think 7.

Q: Any bad experiences? It can’t all be fun.
A: Nothing really, I just hate when it gets really messy. One time we did this scene with cracked eggs and flour, and that was just bothersome to get off later.

Q: Is it difficult to orgasm on camera?
A: I just have to block out all that is going on around me, the cameramen and the people hanging around, and then I am usually ok.

Q: Do you have multiple orgasms at work?
A: I have enough experience that I am able to come from either vaginal or clitoral stimulations. I don’t have multiples though. I come once, long and hard.

Q: Anything you won’t do for a movie?
A: No internal cream pies. In this day and age it’s just too risky. Especially when it’s anal. I like to keep as safe as possible, and everything else is fair game.

Q: Biggest dislike about porn scenes in general?
A: Never enough oral for the girls! Being the dominant type, I tend to just push their faces down there until I am satisfied.

Q: Is there anything you automatically do on film because you know it turns guys on?
A: I always make eye contact. Either I will look right into the camera or I will look up into a guy’s eyes when I am giving him a blowjob. I know that drives them wild.

Q: Any blowjob tips? You’re quite the deep throater.
A: Don’t eat for a couple hours beforehand. That’s really all I’ve got.

Q: What is the one thing you want people to realize about the adult industry?
A: I want for people to realize its not all fun fun fun and day long orgies. Most of us are very smart business people. It’s hard work, and everyone has a job to do.

Q: Have you ever felt exploited by the industry because of the nature of your work?
A: If anything, it’s quite the opposite. I feel like we exploit all the horny guys out there who pay for our work. I am the one who is making a fantastic living for myself, and I am securing my own future.

Q: What’s in store for you in the future?
A: I don’t think I will me making movies for too much longer, maybe another year if all goes according to plan. I have started my own production company as well as having directed a few movies.

Thanks for your time Alicia! We will certainly be keeping a watchful eye for more of your work!

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