Amber Lynn Interviews Bill Margold; Margold Excludes Tom Byron from his Porn Mt. Rushmore

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Amber Lynn debuted her Internet show on XXX Porn Star Radio Friday afternoon. Lynn was hoping for the “best two hours on radio.”

Judging from a chatty, informative standpoint, she’s well on her way. Alesia Pleasure co-hosted with Lynn, at least for the trial balloon. Pleasure earlier in the week interviewed me on her Wednesday show, and I’ll have that post up this weekend. Hopefully.

Industry historian Bill Margold was Lynn’s first guest, and Lynn credited him with getting her this gig. Lynn announced her entire lineup of guests, and it sounded like the porn equivalent of the old Ed Sullivan show.

“This fulfills a sense of destiny; it was 30 years ago when you walked into my office and I gave you the name Blonde Panther,” said Margold. “You have a presence that blows people away.”

Margold said if there was a female Mt. Rushmore, Lynn would be on it along with Marilyn Chambers, Seka, Ginger Lynn and Jenna Jameson. A figment of Margold’s imagination of course. Margold said the male equivalent would include John Holmes, Harry Reems, Jamie Gillis and Ron Jeremy.

[Margold’s entitled to his opinion, of course, but to exclude the greatest living male performer, Tom Byron, from the group is unthinkable even for a porn historian.]

Lynn said she has the teddy bear Margold gave her when she ran for the Free Speech Coalition Board of Directors.

“I wanted to buy you the election,” said Margold. [It was for sale at $150,000- Diane Duke’s annual salary.]

“They are so scared of you,” said Margold quite correctly.

“But you’re better off being a free agent and doing what you want to do.”

Lynn said she appreciates the work they do at FSC.

“The person they picked was Marcie Hirsch, and I agree with that,” said Lynn.

“She’s a great asset to Free Speech. There’s a lot of people who are doing a great job for them.

“When I lost the campaign, I was so touched. I went to Bill’s booth at AVN [in January] and hung my head like a child who disappointed her dad. He thrust this little white bear in my hands. ‘Here’s your bear, kid, for losing the election.’ It’s become my good luck bear.”

Lynn said, thanks to her show, she was going to get to interview her “heroes.”

“When I first got into the industry in 1983, Seka was ‘it.’ I got in the business through Bobby Hollander and Vinnie DiStephano. Pretty soon after my first movie they took me to an award show. Seka was in it. The first time I saw her get up and walk across the room, I was so blown away and enamored with this woman. I couldn’t believe a woman that beautiful would be a porn star. That’s when I started to realize we have pre-conceived ideas of a porn star, and the public says it’s a low standard. She had the looks and stature of a super model with that aura.”

Margold said Seka had camera magnetism and women of that type “radiate on and off the camera.”

“They make you turn their head. They’re so comfortable with their sexuality. Seka had it; so did Amber and Serena. Barbara Dare had it. So did Tori Welles.”

Margold entered the business in 1971. We were outlaws.

“We were called prostitutes. We were called panderers. We were simply adult entertainers. History is all we really have left,” said Margold, announcing that September 1st was Bare Bowling.

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