XXX Wasteland Interviews Leya Falcon; “I Love My Tattoos”

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Adam Wilcox posts at www.xxxwasteland.wordpress.com – While the decision to enter adult entertainment is a relatively impulsive one for some performers, Leya Falcon falls into the polar opposite category. The platinum blonde actress realized her desire to become a XXX starlet during her early teen years and in the fall of 2011, Falcon headed to Los Angeles in pursuit of that goal.

The aspiring performer’s persistence paid off and the past 10 months have seen Leya featured in scenes for top adult studios such as Brazzers, Adam & Eve and Wicked Pictures. Additionally, Falcon appeared in Bree Olson’s music video “Hollywood Douchebag” and also pens a semi-regular column for AINews.com titled “Falcon’s Flight” detailing her unique experiences as a porn talent.

Leya kindly granted XXX Wasteland a recent interview to discuss her entry into adult, aspirations for the future, her passion for Star Wars films, raising a child while being involved in the porn industry and more.

You can visit Leya online at her official website, www.LeyaFalcon.com and follow her on Twitter @LeyaFalcon. Falcon’s FreeOnes page is available for viewing here.

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Q: Let’s start at the beginning: Can you tell us how you initially became interested – and later involved – in the adult business?

Well, it was actually something that I have been wanting to do since I was 14. When I turned 18 is when I met my husband, so I kind of put it off and I ended up having a kid a couple of years after that.

I met a girl – I’m sure you know her name, Cytherea – while I was stripping at a Hustler club in Vegas and I was like, “I kind of want to get into this – I’ve been wanting to get into this.” She kind of guided me in the right direction and I think it was October of last year I went down to L.A. to try and find some work, and I filmed my first scene on November 25.

Q: You mentioned that being an adult performer was something you had been interested in from a relatively young age. Now that you have been able to take the leap into the industry, is it something you enjoy and what you had hoped it would be?

I enjoy it very, very much. Some aspects are what I had hoped it would be, others are not. The Internet kind of changed the entire industry and the industry in itself is not what it used to be from what I’ve heard. But I still do enjoy it thoroughly.

Q: Very nice. And who have been some of your favorite studios and performers to work with thus far?

My absolute favorite so far has been Cytherea (Laughs) – of course. As far as guys go, I really enjoy James Deen. He’s pretty good, even though when everyone sees him they are like, “Oh, he’s kind of douchey.” He’s really nice in person. I enjoy working with Tommy Pistol, Tommy Gunn, Johnny Sins. Bill Bailey was cool, too – I did the scene with him and Cytherea.

I’ve pretty much liked almost everyone that I’ve worked with. There are only two people I’ve worked with that I did not really get along with. (Laughs)

Q: (Laughs) It’s good that the majority have been good experiences.

Yeah.

Q: Are there any companies and talent that you haven’t yet had the chance to work with, but would like to down the road?

I haven’t yet gotten to shoot for Digital Playground. I would love to shoot with Digital Playground, and, of course, Jesse Jane – she’s really freakin’ hot. I would like to work with Vivid as well; I haven’t shot with them. Lisa Ann – I really like her, too. I’m like 97.3 percent lesbian, so pretty much all of the people I want to work with are really hot girls. Guys, I’m really not that picky. As long as they are nice, they can perform well and have a nice, big, hard cock. (Laughs)

Q:(Laughs) As many people are aware – and as is evident by your stage name – you are an avid Star Wars fan. I wanted to ask a little bit about that and where your passion for the franchise came from originally.

Well, I was seven or eight and when the remastered versions came out I saw the commercials for it. I saw Princess Leia and I was like, “She’s so cool – she has a gun!” Because when I was young, my father raised me, so he taught me to shoot guns and all that. So, when I saw another girl with a gun, I was like, “I have to see that!”

Instead of waiting for it to come out in theatres, my step-dad told me, “Oh, I have it on VHS.” So, I watched it on VHS and have been hooked ever since. I got made fun of so bad for it as a child, but I still loved it.

Q: So people poked fun at you because you were such a big fan?

Yeah. (Laughs) You have no idea how much I’ve gotten made fun of. They would say, “Oh, it’s the Star Wars girl!” And they would make fun of me so bad because I used to carry around my little Princess Leia doll and I would read all the little Star Wars books and just draw Star Wars pictures all day. Yeah … I’m really geeky. (Laughs)

Q:(Laughs) Many performers in the industry make appearances at comic book conventions. Have you had a chance to do that yet?

I haven’t had a chance to do that yet. I was actually invited to Comic-Con by the guy that runs LeiasMetalBikini.com, but I did not have the finances to make it out there. So, I didn’t get to go, but hopefully next year we can do this. (Laughs) It would be great.

Q: Yeah. I was just thinking – because there is sort of a tie-in between the comic and adult worlds – that you would probably be a big hit with your fans who are also Star Wars fans because of the crossover.

Yeah, I would probably fit in very well there. (Laughs)

Q: Vivid released a high-budget Star Wars parody earlier this year. If they were to make a sequel, how would it feel if Vivid were to reach out and offer you a role in it?

If they were to give me a call to be in the sequel – The Empire Strikes Back I assume would be the next one that they made – I would just freak out. I would be so, so, so, so happy and feel so honored to be a part of not only porn history, but Star Wars history.

Q: You were cast for an appearance in Bree Olson’s “Hollywood Douchebag” music video, is that right?

Yes. (Laughs) That was fun.

Q: Can you tell us about that experience?

It was really cool. I got to meet Bree. I had a little crush on her because she’s freakin’ hot. I was pretty sad that she retired pretty much as soon as I entered the industry.

But it was really cool because I had never done a music video before and to just be there and be a part of someone else’s beginning as I’m also beginning – she’s beginning in the music industry and I’m beginning in the porn industry – it was really fun and very surreal.

Q: I have read some of your columns on AINews.com titled “Falcon’s Flight.” Can you tell us how that originated and is it something you enjoy doing?

Yes, I completely enjoy writing. Sometimes I do get writer’s block or I don’t have time, so I don’t get to write as often as I would like.

It originally came about when my friend Bill Margold – who is also the guy that gave me my name – when I was entering the industry, he knew that I liked to write and he introduced me to Steve Nelson, the guy who runs AINews. He was like, “I think you should have a column because you like to write, you’re very comical and I would like to read how you feel about your experiences in this industry.” And that’s when Bill was like, “I think you should call it ‘Falcon’s Flight.’” And I’m like, “Hmm, that sounds good.” So, I went with it.

Q: Very cool. How about overall aspirations – do you have any specific goals you would like to accomplish during your career?

I have a ton of them. One of them I’m not sure is going to happen or not, but I really want to be nominated for Best New Starlet this year. But I’ve been told it’s probably not going to happen because I don’t have like a million scenes out yet. But I would like to be nominated for something. That would be great.

I also would like to be part of this industry pretty much until the day I die in one form or another. If it’s not performing, I would love to be directing, I would love to have my own company one day and when I have time and the inspiration, I’m working on my autobiography. So, pretty much everything that Jenna Jameson did, I kind of want to do, but with my own twist to it.

Q: Were there any misconceptions you had about adult entertainment prior to your entry into the business that you have discovered to be untrue now that you are a part of it?

Because I’ve been studying it since I was a kid – I’ve read Jenna’s book upwards of thirty-something times – I kind of knew what to expect. Probably my biggest (misconception) is that I thought tattoos were not a problem for anything and apparently, a lot of companies do not like tattoos. It’s like the less tattoos you have, the better, and I obviously have quite a few. I don’t regret my tattoos – I love my tattoos – I just wish I would have known beforehand that tattoos would affect the amount of work that I’m getting.

Q: Right. It’s unfortunate, I think – especially in this day and age – that performers with a lot of tattoos tend to get less work. It’s really a shame.

It is.

Q: On the flip side, are there any misconceptions from those outside of the adult industry that bother you?

Well, pretty much everyone thinks that just because I’m in porn that I’m pretty much a hooker, I guess. I don’t do “privates,” as they would call it. In fact, outside of porn, I am one-hundred percent faithful to my husband unless he gives me permission with other girls. (Laughs)

People think porn is a reality – that I’m actually going around finding random people and sleeping with them. I mean, that’s kind of what it is, only the companies are doing it. (Laughs) But, no – I’m not going to just pick up some random person off of the street and have sex with them.

Porn is an art, it’s a fantasy. It’s there to entertain you, to turn you on, to help you out when you need things to jack off to or something like that. (Laughs) But it’s not real-life.

Q: Right. May I ask a few questions about yourself as a person?

Sure.

Q: Great, thank you. Can you tell us where you were raised and how you would describe yourself growing up?

I was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. Growing up, my father put me in Christian school up until ninth grade when I ended up getting myself kicked out. That was kind of my turning point when I got really, really slutty. But when I was really, really young, I was so shy and quiet. I did not talk to anyone. I was just … I don’t know if I would say “scared” of people, but I just did not like to be around them. I still don’t like to be around mass quantities of people when it’s a huge crowd and I can’t move, but it doesn’t bother me to be around a bunch of people as long as I can move now. (Laughs)

Q: How about interests and hobbies away from work?

Well, I work out a lot. That’s probably my number-one hobby. That’s something that I’m really into. I love to keep in shape and try to build muscles – I wouldn’t say “bodybuilding” because I can’t give up sugar. (Laughs) But I just like to be healthy.

I like to read, I like to paint. I haven’t painted in a while just because I haven’t had the time and I have a four-year-old daughter, so it’s kind of hard to paint and keep a nice little mess in your area. It ends up all over the house, so I haven’t painted in a while.

I’m a big fan of Halloween. Of course, Star Wars, The Nightmare Before Christmas. I love anything that keeps me entertained and visually stimulates me because I’m very A.D.D. I have a hard time paying attention to one thing because unless it’s just one thing in the room, I get distracted. So, if it can hold my attention, I like it.

Q: I noticed that you have a big tattoo of Jack from The Nightmare Before Christmas on your shoulder.

Yes.

Q: My sister would probably love that because she’s quite a big Nightmare fan. (Laughs)

(Laughs) Yes – I love it.

Q: How about favorites – favorite movie, T.V. show, musical artists and things like that?

My favorite movie was Return of the Jedi and The Nightmare Before Christmas – those two are a toss-up. I’m a huge fan of both of them.

Favorite T.V. shows … sometimes I think I am a middle-aged woman in a 24-year-old’s body because I love daytime talk shows. I love, love, love Dr. Oz – I think he’s pretty sexy and he’s very informative.

I love the doctors – Dr. Phil, I watch Maury quite often as well. (Laughs) Other than that, I love South Park. That’s pretty much the extent of my television because normally when I watch T.V., it’s either educational like Dr. Oz or complete trash like Maury and South Park. There’s no in-between for me. (Laughs)

Q: You mentioned that you are married and have a child. That is actually a topic which has received quite a bit of press this year: being a mother while working in adult. Alana Evans made a pretty well-publicized appearance on The Dr. Drew Show earlier in the year and Stormy Daniels also wrote an excellent piece recently for The Daily Beast on the same subject. Is that an issue you feel strongly about as well – to project to society that you can be an adult film performer and a good parent at the same time?

Yeah, completely. It’s a job – you have to make a living to support your child. It’s not like it’s illegal. We are not hurting anyone. You don’t see us bringing our children on to set like, “Oh, here’s my kid. Now I’m going to film.” No. You go to work, you come home. It’s just like any other parent, only when we go to work, we get to have a lot of fun.

So, I really don’t understand why people are so judgmental on women – especially women – in the industry with children. Most – I’m not going to say “all” because I don’t know everyone – but most of us are very responsible parents as well as great performers.

Just because you are a parent doesn’t mean you have to stop having sex or being sexy or whatever. It’s just that there is a time and a place for everything. As long as you are not bringing your kid around it, I don’t see a problem.

Q: Right, absolutely. Is there one thing about yourself that you feel would surprise a lot of people?

Hmm … I’m trying to think because I’m very, very open and honest – a lot of times to a fault, so it’s kind of hard to surprise people. But if someone really doesn’t know me and they just saw how silly that I act … I’d venture to say that most people look at me and think, “Wow, she’s really stupid and crazy.”

I know how to have fun, but it doesn’t mean that I’m not intelligent. When I graduated from high school, I actually had a scholarship. I graduated with, I believe, a 3.8. I didn’t even really try, either, so I’m a lot smarter than people perceive me.

I went to UNLV for maybe a month and I just dropped out because I was like, “This is not for me.” College isn’t for everyone. Everybody is like, Go to college! Go to college! Go to college!” It’s not for everyone. Like I told you, at age 14 I knew what I wanted to do with my life and I didn’t need college to do that, so I didn’t see why I was wasting my time in college – even though it was all paid for. I don’t know … again, with the attention thing – my brain just couldn’t sit there and pay attention. (Laughs) But otherwise, I probably would have finished.

Q: And it’s one of those things where if you ever get the desire to go back, it’s something you can continue. It’s not as if it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Yeah … I don’t think that’s going to happen. (Laughs) I think my attention span is getting worse as my age gets up there. I’m talking here like I’m 80 years old! (Laughs) Wow.

I told you, I’m a middle-aged woman in a 24-year-old’s body.

Q: How about current or upcoming projects – is there anything on those fronts you would like to mention?

Well, right now, I don’t really have too much of anything just because of the whole syphilis scare. I believe a lot of people are gradually getting back into shooting, so I’m just waiting for some more fun little projects because I really enjoy what I do. I love it.

It’s like a three-and-a-half to four-hour drive to work when I do get booked. I don’t mind. I love it. And I’m just looking forward to when someone out there actually sees how much I enjoy my work and takes me up to where I believe I need to be.

Q: You feature dance regularly as well, is that right?

Yes. On the weekends – Friday and Saturday, usually, unless I’m booked – I’m at Sapphire, which is the world’s largest gentlemen’s club. It is quite large. We have a ton of girls there every weekend – it’s crazy. So, I think if anyone is in Vegas, they need to come and stop by. (Laughs)

Q: And are you on Verified Call as well?

Yes, I am. I don’t often get to get on there just because of my daughter – like I said, you don’t want to bring that around your child. But sometimes I do get on there.

Q: To finish up, is there anything you wish to say to readers?

Hmm … “May the force be with you.” (Laughs)

Q: (Laughs) There you go.

Does that work? (Laughs)

(Laughs) Absolutely. Thank you for taking the time to speak with me tonight. I wish you the best with everything and I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot more from you in the future.

Thank you so much!

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