Last week, Petite Powerhouse and X-Art Contract Star Jenna J Ross was interviewed by the hugely popular politics and pop culture website, The Daily Beast.
Written by Aurora Snow, the article entitled “’Hot Girl Wanted’ Is Pornsploitation: The Porn Industry Fights Back” refutes the real truth behind the documentary that has everybody talking.
Snow interviews Jenna J Ross, along with multi award-winning writer/director Jacky St. James and talent agent Jack Spade.
In her portion of the article Jenna talks about why she entered the industry, her opinions on the performers featured in the documentary, and why movies like this are not a good or accurate representation of the adult industry as a whole.
“Mainstream directors and producers usually get it wrong, and that’s why we need more industry people making documentaries. I’m honored to be in the same piece as Jacky St. James, who is nothing short of an amazing writer/director and is a positive role model for all women in adult.”
About Jenna J Ross
Jenna J. Ross is a unique performer with a decidedly East Coast look with her perfect petite, all natural body, long brown hair and an unforgettable smile.
She’s known for her cute, young girl looks and her wicked oral and flexibility skills. In 2011, she left Boston and her waitressing job to head for L.A. to join the adult biz, and she hasn’t looked back since.
With almost 200 scenes to her credit and more than 12 solo covers, she has worked with ALT studios like KJD Media, Mile High Media and X-Art, along with a slew of mainstream adult studios including Digital Playground, Wicked, New Sensations, Girlfriends Films, Brazzers, Hustler and Bang Bros.
She will have two showcase movies released in 2014 — “The Sexual Desires of Jenna J Ross” from New Sensations and the self-titled “Jenna J Ross” from Adult Empire Films.
Jenna has graced the pages of Hustler, 18eighteen, Taboo and Naughty Neighbors, along with appearing multiple times in Barely Legal.
In 2013, she was nominated by XBIZ for Best Supporting Actress in Girlfriends Films’ “Homecoming” and AVN for Unsung Starlet of the Year.
When she’s not on set, you will find her taking fun photos of the Los Angeles landscape and its inhabitants, reading, and hiking.