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Jenna Jameson: Male Porn Stars, Yuck

> from the NY Post: JENNA Jameson says male porn stars leave a lot to be desired. “[They] aren’t that good when it comes to sex . . . Hello! Newsflash! Most of them are taking Viagra,” the luscious adult-movie queen tells Steppin’ Out’s Chaunce Hayden.

“All you have to do is look at their red faces to know who’s taking something to help them perform. It’s disgusting.” Meanwhile, Jameson is giving good Internet. The star of “Jenna Does Carmen” and other girl-on-girl classics is so popular on MySpace that her blog had amassed more than 1 million friends as of Christmas – making hers one of the most downloaded names on the site.
 

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