XXX Wasteland Interviews Trinity St. Clair; Her Thoughts on Measure B

Adam Wilcox posts on www.xxxwasteland.wordpress.com – Trinity St. Clair likes to say that “the best things come in small packages.” At 5’1” and weighing in at 93 pounds, the 22-year-old adult starlet certainly fits the bill.

Trinity’s small stature is a vast contrary to the huge impact she has made on the XXX scene since her 2011 debut. The Northern California native has won scores of fans with her girl-next-door good looks, glowing personality and captivating smile. Trinity is also a favorite of industry producers and the pretty brunette has performed with some of the top studios in adult such as Girlfriends Films, Hustler, Evil Angel and Naughty America.

In addition to her porn credits, Trinity appeared on a “geek to chick”-themed episode of The Maury Povich Show last year along with her good friend and fellow adult performer Jacky Joy.

Trinity kindly spoke to XXX Wasteland on the afternoon of November 6, which happened to coincide with Election Day 2012 and the Measure B condom mandate vote. The starlet shared her thoughts on the initiative and also spoke about her own flourishing career in adult entertainment.

You can visit Trinity online at TrinityStClair.com, follow her on Twitter under the handle @TrinityStClair and check out her YouTube account here. Trinity’s FreeOnes page is available at this link.

Trinity St. Clair is represented by OC Modeling. For booking inquiries, please E-mail Sandra@OCModeling.com. Interview requests and media inquiries may be directed to James@GalaxyPublicity.com.

(Special thanks to James Bartholet of Galaxy Publicity)

Q: Well, today is the big day: the Measure B ballot vote. I was wondering if I could get your thoughts on the initiative.

Well, of course, I’m hoping that it doesn’t pass. To me, Measure B is not about safe sex. It’s more about taking away my personal rights as a human being and as a performer. We all have our rights in the United States and it’s meant to stay that way. When you start telling me what I can and cannot do, it’s getting too close to home.

If it were to pass, then you have to look at it as, where does it stop? Now you can’t have sex without a condom. Next year, it’s going to be, “You can’t listen to this type of music.” Then, “You can’t eat this.” And then, where does the government stop? So, I really can’t say that it’s about safe sex.

Especially when it comes down to that you are also forcing married couples to wear a condom. Can you imagine having sex with your wife and – because you didn’t wear a condom – going to jail? That blows my mind.

Also, the producers and the companies … if they don’t have condoms on set, they can go to jail for six months! The retaliation of this measure is just beyond comprehendible, so I really just hope it doesn’t pass whatsoever.

I actually went out and rallied with a bunch of adult stars on Saturday in Hollywood and people were just so unaware of what Measure B was. They basically just think that it’s only about the pornography side of it, but it’s not. It’s complete government waste. And when it really comes down to it, the taxpayers are going to pay. And if they knew that they were paying for it, they would say, “No,” because they don’t want to waste their money on having law enforcement come and break up sets or having health inspectors on set to make sure we are taking the proper steps to make sure everything is sanitary. It’s ridiculous. That’s my two cents on that. (Laughs)

Q: Especially when it has been essentially proven that the testing system within the adult industry has worked for so many years. It really doesn’t seem necessary for government intervention.

Exactly. We get tested every two weeks. There hasn’t been an outbreak in, I think, almost a decade of HIV contracted from another talent. It has not happened.

Q: We will already know the result of the Measure B vote when this interview goes up, but would you care to offer a prediction on which way you think it will go?

I don’t think it’s going to pass. I really don’t think it’s going to pass. It might be close, but I don’t think it’s going to pass. There are so many people in L.A. that don’t really understand it, but forcing condom use … hopefully, people are smart enough to understand that it’s our personal right. I’m going to say that it’s not going to pass. (Laughs)

Q: There certainly appears to be more hope. Obviously, I’ve been following the story as well and up until a few months ago, it seemed that people were almost certain that the measure was going to pass. But the industry has really united and banded together and I think a lot of folks have done a great job of getting the word out and educating voters as to how unnecessary and wasteful the initiative is. So, I think there is a lot more hope from within the industry that it is not going to pass.

I agree. And that is one thing that I’ve really enjoyed – to see everyone come together and be like, “Okay, we are an industry of one. And we can be individuals, but standing as individuals, we definitely will not be heard nearly as much as if we were to stand as one.” So, that is what made everything a little more stronger and our voices a little louder.

Q: Absolutely. Moving on to the subject of your career, can you tell us how you initially became interested – and now involved – in adult entertainment?

Well, I really wasn’t interested when I first started. (Laughs) It kind of just came onto my lap. I had an ex-boyfriend that took a video clip of us performing. He enjoyed porn, but me, not so much. I was working on my B.A. in Psychology. From there, he said, “You really should think about it.” I thought he was completely absurd and out of his mind.

He kind of put a little bug in my head. I Googled up an agency and contacted them. They said, “Send your photos.” I sent my photos, they flew me down here and I shot my first scene. From there, it was just like … golden. I fell in love with it – I fell in love with the camera, I fell in love with being naked in front of the camera and it was a way for me to totally step out of my shell, and that’s what I did, for sure.

Q: Obviously, you have had a very successful career thus far, but do you have any specific aspirations in mind for the future?

My goal has always been … Trinity St. Clair is not just a starlet. She wants to be a production company, she wants to be a brand. And that is the next goal: to start my own DVD line, to continue building my website and building my fanbase and maybe having my own clothing line. And it’s all about reaching out to every aspect of this industry – a toy line, clothing line, feature dancing, finishing with the website, having my own DVD line, maybe even having my own Trinity St. Clair girls that only work for me and do scenes just for me. That would be ideal, too.

Q: You mentioned your website – that is TrinityStClair.com, is that right?

Correct.

Q: Can you tell us about the site and what those who sign up for membership can expect?

When you sign up for my site, it’s definitely more focused on me. It’s the people and the scenes that I want to do. There are different variations and I’m really getting into fetish work as well. And so, you might see me gonging, you might see me getting spanked, you might see me ball-busting. It’s a different side of Trinity that I like to experiment with. You get to see me experiment, you get to see me have fun – you get to see me skydive, go on tours. It’s me. And that’s what you’re going to get: you’re going to get Trinity St. Clair’s website. And that is who she is.

It’s basically all about communicating with the fans, too. Those fans who sign up for the website, that’s the way that you’re going to get my attention the most because you’re a dedicated fan. If you’re going to be paying for the monthly membership, you’re definitely going to get more attention from me as well.

Q: Before entering the industry, did you have any preconceived notions about the adult business that you have discovered to be untrue now that you are a part of it?

I thought that … to me, when I think of an adult performer, I would think of “completely fake” – fake boobs, fake lips. Total diva. Nothing of what it is today. And I would think that there was like thirty people on set like a mainstream movie and that the movies take forever to make. Well, obviously, that’s not true.

For me, there are so many different niches. When you look at me walking down the street, you’re not going to think, “That girl does porn.” I’m so girl-next-door “innocent-looking,” but that is not me at all. I am innocent-looking, don’t get me wrong – I am girl-next-door. But when you take me into the bedroom, I’m not at all. I like rough sex. I love being submissive at times. With a girl, I love dominating. I know what I’m doing in the bedroom and I love just going wild.

I don’t have fake tits. I don’t have fake anything. I’m all-natural. And as far as movies go, they don’t take days and days to make. You can get a movie done in a day if you really wanted to. And it’s interesting how it all comes together. So, that’s my little two cents. (Laughs)

Q: Sort of on the flip side, is there one misconception about adult entertainment from those outside of it that you wish you could dispel?

Everyone thinks that we are wild, we’re crazy, we’re not normal. Well, we definitely are not normal, but we do live normal lives as well.

Our career is our career. Yes, we do have sex on camera. But some of us are married, some of us do have children. After a scene for me, I come home, I cook dinner, I play with my puppy, I watch T.V. I have a very normal life. I almost consider myself kind of a homebody. I am a homebody, but I’m a very private person, too. I don’t go and expose myself and my daily dramas to the world. I’m a normal person and I just have sex on camera.

We don’t all do drugs. We don’t all drink. Some of us do, yes – of course. And it’s not just the porn industry. A stay-at-home mom can be a drug addict. It’s hard to get that stereotype off us.

Q: Right. I was reading up on you today and noticed that you mentioned on Twitter that an episode of Maury Povich which you appeared on was re-airing today. Have you been on the show a few times or just the once?

No, I was just on the one time, but it’s aired three times already, which is kind of interesting. I guess it must have been a really good episode for them to put it on the air three times.

Basically, it was going from geek to chic. And I was actually on there with another porn star – that is where I met Jacky Joy and I love her to pieces; she is one of my dearest friends. She lives in Philadelphia.

But yeah, it was just an episode of going from not-so-good-looking to kind of a hottie.

Q: I heard about the episode and thought it was cool because it seemed like the show portrayed the adult industry in a positive light and that being an adult star was a positive thing. Did you find that to be the case?

Oh, yeah, it was definitely positive. They didn’t degrade us or anything like that. They didn’t frown upon us being in the porn industry whatsoever. It was strictly about looking good and bringing someone back from our past and being like, “Look where I am now.”

Q: I understand you are part of a recent project from Girlfriends Films – I believe it is called The Creepers Family ?

(Laughs) Yes, yes.

Q: Can you tell us a little bit about that?

It’s kind of interesting. It’s basically all of us lovely ladies – we’re kind of like a family, but there are some really interesting twists. Some people are cheating on other people, daughters are getting together with their teachers and professors, and the professors are staying at the house and end up having sex with the mom, and it’s crazy. But it’s really fun. It was really fun to do the dialogue. It was interesting, let’s just say. (Laughs)

Q: Are you going to be a regular cast member on the series?

I don’t know. I hope so – that would be wonderful. But we shall see. We’ll see when the next one comes out.

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

Of course!

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

I was raised in Redding, California, which is a really small town in Northern California. I was definitely while growing up the goody-goody two-shoes. I never got in trouble, I always had Straight A’s. I was a band geek – I played the clarinet, the trombone and the mallets.

I was shy. I wasn’t very outgoing. I was very conservative. I was always worried to get in trouble – a teacher’s pet-type of girl.

I wasn’t very experimental. I never partied. That’s who I was. So, there wasn’t very much excitement going on in my high school years. I wasn’t “The Slut,” I wasn’t going crazy, I wasn’t experimenting with drugs. I wasn’t doing anything out of the ordinary.

I did have my few moments. I did have sex with my manager, which was fun. I had a few experiments, but not many.

Q: How about interests and hobbies away from work?

Away from work, what I love to do … I started working out. I may only weigh 93 pounds, but let me tell you, I was out of shape. So, I’m trying to gain a little muscle.

I love to dance. I’m a danceaholic.

I love football. My team is the Philadelphia Eagles. Unfortunately, they aren’t doing very good this season. (Laughs)

I love shopping. I love going to spas. I’m a spa girl like no tomorrow. I’m kind of a girly-girl, but I can be an outdoors-type girl, too. I’m an adrenaline junkie, so you could say, “Let’s go jump out of an airplane,” and I’m the first one to go. (Laughs) I kind of think you just have one life to live and you have to live it to the fullest. So, if any experience comes your way, then you need to jump on board and take it for what it’s worth.

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

Some of my favorites … my favorite color: red and pink. I love to watch TLC, which is The Learning Channel. I like the Lifetime Movie Network.

My favorite movie is The Fight Club and Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the reason being is because Audrey Hepburn is one of my favorite actresses, as well as Marilyn Monroe, who I have about twelve of her posters and paintings in my bedroom. It’s kind of insane. She’s just an inspiration to me, for one. She was such a humble person and she always has this amazing smile in every photo that she takes.

It’s either a smile or seductive eyes. I guess in a sense, I kind of feel that way. Every time I take a photo, I have a really big smile – always. That’s who I am. When people say, “Be serious,” I’m like, “I can’t be serious in my photos. That’s not who I am.” I’m not a serious person. I’m an intense person, but I’m not a serious person. You can’t make me look mad unless you piss me off – then, my Italian side comes out and my hands start going crazy and I start cursing like a sailor. That’s what I’m about.

My favorite food is kosher – I love Jewish delis. I’m a vegetarian/vegan – kind of in between – so I really love vegetables. Although I am a great cook – I love cooking.

My favorite animal is a cat, although I have a puppy.

Music-wise, I’m all over the place. There is really no music that I don’t like because I love to dance, I love to sing, I love karaoke. So, I can’t have a closed mind on anything.

My favorite season is fall, which is right now. I love the fall. And my favorite holiday is Christmas, which is right around the corner. I love Christmas.

Q: You mentioned something that I wanted to ask about, that being the radiant, authentic smile you sport in many of your photos. Is that a conscious effort on your part to convey a positive attitude or are you just a naturally positive, happy person?

I’m a very happy person, I like to consider myself a happy person. I’m very intuitive and I really lead in to a lot of positive and negative energy, and so I never surround myself with any negativity.

I still have stresses – yeah, of course. But I don’t surround myself with negative people. So, in general, I’m going to be more of a happy person. I have a really high-positive energy going on. The instant I surround myself with negative people, that energy comes down a little and I don’t like that whatsoever because it’s not who I am.

So, when I’m smiling, that’s a genuine smile. I just try to keep a positive outlook on everything. If I’m having a bad day, I’m like, “Okay, let tomorrow be a better day.” Things may not be going your way right then and there, but tomorrow’s another day and let’s redo.

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

I guess the one thing that would surprise people is that I don’t like kids. I can’t have children and that’s another reason why I’m ideal for the industry. It’s not a sensitive subject whatsoever – I don’t like children, so not being able to have kids makes things a whole lot simpler.

Kids are just not my thing. I like them from afar, but they really kind of annoy me. I guess that’s not the best example of something that is interesting about me, but people always ask me, “Are you ever nervous about getting pregnant?” And I’m like, “Actually, I’m not nervous about getting pregnant because I can’t have kids. So, there you have it.” (Laughs)

I’m an only child. I’m one-hundred percent Italian. I was raised by my mom and my grandma and I am a really strong supporter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society because my mom was diagnosed with MS two and a half years ago. So, it’s very important to me to make sure to donate money to MS every month because it’s been really hard on my family from Day One.

Q: Are there any current or upcoming projects in the works that you would like to mention?

I’m shooting for Bang Bros next week and I have my first Public Disgrace coming out soon.

I’ll hopefully be feature dancing soon at certain clubs; I’m not sure which ones. I just signed with my P.R., Galaxy Publicity, so hopefully I’ll be feature dancing soon as well.

Other than that, it’s the Christmas season, so I’m not going to be insanely busy. My goal is to spend it with my family, enjoy my friends and celebrate the holidays. I’m a holiday buff, so I’m not too work-conscious right now. I love my fans and everything, but it’s not like work, work, work, work. It’s more about enjoying my family and enjoying my life at the moment.

Q: That’s what the holidays are all about, so that’s a good outlook.

Exactly.

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

Well, you can follow me on Twitter at @TrinityStClair and check out my website, TrinityStClair.com. Also, I have a YouTube video channel, which is MissTrinityStClair.

I love to hear back from fans. I love information, I love feedback from anybody. You can always reach me some way and ideally, I try to communicate with all my fans and show everyone a little attention because that’s my goal: my fans make me happy and I just want to make them happy. So, that’s how it is. (Laughs)

Q: Very nice. I want to thank you for taking some time to speak with me today and I wish you all the best with your career. Have a wonderful day.

Likewise. Thank you and you have a wonderful day, too.

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