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XXX Wasteland Interviews Jacky Joy

Adam Wilcox posts on www.xxxwasteland.wordpress.com – After graduating from college earlier this year with a degree in Business, performer Jacky Joy has decided to place one-hundred percent of her focus on building a name in adult entertainment. In addition to recently completing her first scene for Brazzers, the stunning Pennsylvania native recently appeared in both Captain America XXX for Extreme Comixxx and New Sensations’ Anchorman XXX parody.

Jacky is also a favorite on the cam scene and regularly performs web shows on both Cam4.com (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8 PM ET) and Streamate (Monday-Thursday from 11:00 PM to 2:00 AM ET).

You can follow Jacky on Twitter under the handle @JackyJoy, find her on Facebook here, MySpace and Google+ at this link.

Jacky Joy is represented by adult agency Foxxx Modeling. For booking inquiries, please contact [email protected]. Interview requests can be made through www.risingstarpr.com

Jacky kindly spoke with XXX Wasteland on the evening of September 22 to discuss her roles in the Anchorman and Captain America parodies, appearing on Playboy TV’s Foursome series, the importance of interacting with her fans and more.

(Special thanks to Acme Andersson of Rising Star PR)

Q: Can you tell us how you entered the adult industry?

It was when I was in college. I was found on MySpace – back when MySpace was actually cool to get on – and they asked me if I would do a blowjob scene for a certain amount of money. So I was like, “Sure, why not?” I was a poor college student – why not? I already do it in my personal life; why not do it on camera?

That’s kind of how I started because I did a couple more scenes with them and then I found out there’s like this whole porn industry and I branched out from there.

Q: And how long have you been in the industry?

Going on five or six years now. (Laughs) It’s been forever, it seems like.

Q: Do you enjoy being in the adult business?

Yeah. I mean, it does have its ups and downs – it hasn’t really had its downs yet – but everyone has their ups and downs. But I’ve loved it. I don’t see any reason to quit; I don’t see any reason to stop or anything like that. I enjoy it. I think it’s fun; it gives you opportunities.

Q: You recently had a role in the Captain America XXX parody from Extreme Comixxx, is that right?

Yeah. I was really excited when I found out that Exquisite wanted to have me for Captain America. Having a sex scene in a parody is always a big deal and that was my first parody ever. I was five years in the industry and finally got a parody.

I really enjoyed the fact that I was able to work with a company I do like to work with: Exquisite. They are extremely professional and very nice and to be able to work on a set with all people that I like – especially the legend, Sean Michaels. I think he is just an awesome legend. He was just so sweet and to have the opportunity to do a scene with him and get such great reviews for this parody, I was very excited.

It was very, very long hours: I was on set at 8:00 PM and didn’t start my sex scene until six in the morning. (Laughs) And I acted the whole time. So, it was different; it was something that I never got to experience yet, so it was fun.

Q: I believe I read somewhere also that you appeared in the Anchorman XXX parody for New Sensations?

Yeah. They had me on as a secretary. I love Anchorman in general – the actual movie. It was when they went to their newscast station; they walked in and I was the secretary there and I had a couple lines. That was another great set to be on because a couple producers who work for Exquisite also work for New Sensations, too, so it was kind of like being with the people from Exquisite, but two days later you’re back on set with New Sensations. It was kind of like the same atmosphere. I got to see India Summer and everybody. It was just great seeing them all in character and being part of that as well.

Q: I’m not sure if this is still ongoing, but you also had a role on Playboy TV’s Foursome program, is that right?

(Laughs) Oh, no. How did you find that one?

Q: I was just doing some research for the interview and happened upon it. (Laughs)

Oh, yeah. It’s only one time that you’re on it. They find four people for that episode and it’s always a new episode with different people.

Yeah, it’s not always the same people. It’s not like Real World or anything like that. It’s four different people each episode.

I don’t know … it was an experience. It was out of New York City. I cast for it and they didn’t want me to say, “Hi, I’m Jacky Joy,” they wanted me to say, “Hi, I’m Justine and I’m from New York.” Everyone was supposed to be based out of New York and a lot of the people who were on there I highly doubt came from New York.

So, it was an experience. They took us to a house – they said it was one of the Playboy houses that they use when they come out there. But I don’t think I could ever do that experience again because they put you in a house with no pool or hot tub. It was just four floors and the top was kind of like a deck. (Laughs) No T.V., no cell phone, no Internet – no communication for two days. They made me get there at 6:00 AM the first day and they put you in a limo – because they want you to roll up in a limo – and they take your phone. And I’m like, “Fuck! You’re taking my phone? This is my life; what am I going to do?” (Laughs)

There’s supposed to be four good-looking people in a house together and I felt like I got the shitty end of the stick. No offense to Playboy – I love them and it was an experience all in itself – but the people I was stuck with, I thought I was going to commit suicide there in that house. (Laughs)

I had three other people: Two guys and a girl. The girl was kind of like Teresa from The Real Housewives of New Jersey: You know, that very loud, kind of throw-it-on-the-table and she knows everybody kind of person.

The other two … one looked like Ricky Martin – the gay version of Ricky Martin. Is Ricky Martin gay? I think he might be, actually. (Laughs)

Sorry about that. But it’s that kind of guy. And then another guy who I thought was really cool and when we first started to film, he started to get sick because apparently where he bartends he was there until six in the morning bartending and then he had to go do this. Eventually, he was like, “Guys, I can’t do this. I have to leave.”

So they brought somebody else in and they kind of tried to pair us up with the people. But the person they brought in … I was mortified. I never saw anybody so hideous in my entire life that they brought in and I had to hold hands with and they wanted me to do stuff with. I was mortified. (Laughs)

The whole time if you watched it … they maybe edited it into me looking like I was a crazy, psycho person because I had to entertain myself with the fact that I had nobody really that I wanted to socialize with and I had no communication with the outside world.

Q:It definitely sounds like quite the unique experience.

It definitely wasn’t Real World or anything. Real World they have interact communication and they can go out to clubs and the whole nine yards. This one was like, “Okay, we’re going to lock you in here for two days and you’re going to do what we want.” And I’m like, “Ohhh!” (Laughs)

Q: Oh, wow. I wanted to ask as well: You have a business degree, is that right?

Yes. I graduated from college in May.

Q: And you attended Penn State University for a time as well?

Yes, I did. My first three years I attended Penn State. I left only because at the time when I left they weren’t offering online classes. At the time, online classes were kind of a new thing: Some schools tried it, some didn’t. Not like nowadays – everyone’s like online completely.

So I had to transfer out of Penn State because typically I was traveling so much that I couldn’t stay there and go to class and try to travel and miss so much, as I do now.

Q: Do you have a specific career field in mind as it relates to your education or a visual of where you see yourself in ten years?

Well, my first five years I was still in college, so my main concern was college and then it was the porn life. And now that I’m graduated from college I’m like, “Okay, I’ve gotten to where I want to work-wise; I’m done with college.” Now, I want to start branding myself in the porn industry.

So, where I see myself in ten years … I’m hoping a lot bigger than I am now. I wouldn’t say that I don’t think I have a huge fan base behind me, it’s just that I want to get a lot more recognition like a Tori Black or a Jenna Haze because I think I have the look for it. So hopefully down the road, I want to do kind of like a Lisa Ann career. I look up to her a lot because she’s been in it what, fifteen years? And she just keeps on going and I think that’s how I think I want to do it: Benefit out of it as much as I can, maybe one day going behind the camera and producing or I have plans of possibly going back to school and getting my master’s and maybe public relations or management or something like that. In those terms, maybe doing kind of like what Rising Star does. (Laughs)

Q: Is there one misconception about the adult industry that you wish you could dispel?

Oh, man … one misconception… As far as misconceptions, I would say a lot of people don’t think that we‘re a clean industry, like getting tested and stuff. When the last HIV breakout happened, I was posting on my Twitter and stuff saying, “Listen, don’t listen to everything you hear on CNN; it’s not always true. It’s not always the exact facts; you don’t know what’s going on.” And people were like, “Well, it’s kind of weird how you guys only get tested every six months.” And I’m thinking in my head, “Wow, that’s a way to be ignorant,” because that’s not the truth. We get tested every month. I get tested twice a month, just for the safety of my boyfriend when I come home. I might get tested to go out there, but as soon as I get back here I want to be tested again – you never know.

But a lot of people in the industry – if they’re business-minded – they’re very safe with what they do. And a lot of the HIV breakouts have happened when it’s like crossovers – a gay guy tries to go into the mainstream. So it’s not like we just sit here and have sex with a whole bunch of people and that we want to bring AIDS and whatever else there is into the industry. So, the biggest misconception is that we don’t get tested a lot.

We are a lot cleaner than most normal “civilians” – if that’s what you want to call it – because how many college students get tested once a month? I would say probably ninety-nine percent don’t. And that’s the way that they’re going around giving each other chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV or whatever: Nobody gets tested. We do.

So that’s one thing that irritates me a lot about people: They’d rather just assume rather than ask and find out.

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

I grew up in Nazareth, which is next to Easton, Pennsylvania, kind of like where Lisa Ann grew up. I lived with my aunt from sixteen and on.

It was funny: I was such a nerd. If people were to go and look at my yearbook, they would be like, “That’s not you.” I’m like, “Yeah, but it is me.” I was the girl with the bottle cap classic glasses – not the in-style ones – I had braces, I had an expander on top of it, I had the very short butched hair and always the hand-me-down clothes. It’s always like that when you’re in a family; they’re like, “Oh, here’s some clothes. You don’t need to go spend hundreds of dollars on clothes, you don’t need to be in the ‘In’ crowd.” So I was a kid that was a little nerdy and I did track and cross-country. I wasn’t really in the popular group or anything like that.

It’s funny because a lot of people nowadays say, “I knew you would do something like that” – be a porn star or something like that. I try to look back and remember my high school years and I’m like, “I don’t remember that.” I had like five boyfriends ever. How can anybody say, “I knew you were going to be that?” (Laughs) I was like that little nerd that walked around and hung around with that nerdy track and cross-country people. I didn’t do anything big or popular. So I was always like, “I don’t understand.” But if you saw some pictures, you’d kind of be shocked. (Laughs)

Q: What are some of your interests and hobbies away from work?

Well, I took up one hobby recently, which was pole dancing. I’m absolutely falling in love with that class. I never knew there was such an art to it (and I hope) to maybe eventually be feature dancing. I told myself I wouldn’t ever feature dance and now I’m like, “Okay, maybe I will, but only if I know pole dancing.” And it’s just an art. So that’s one hobby I’ve started.

And a couple of other things: There’s snowboarding; I love to snowboard and being in the mountains in the Pocono area. I love just being able to cruise – by all means, I don’t go off-jump. (Laughs) But I do like to snowboard.

I think the other one would be skydiving. I love skydiving. I hate heights and I refuse to go on a rollercoaster, but I will jump out of a plane. (Laughs) I don’t know why – I’m really scared of heights and to get in a plane and jump out … I don’t know … you don’t have that feeling when you jump out of a plane – that rollercoaster feeling that your stomach is going to come out of your mouth. You just kind of fall and the feeling and everything is just so peaceful. So it’s kind of awesome.

Q: Wow. I’ve personally always wanted to go skydiving, but haven’t really had the opportunity yet.

You have to have one of those friends that is like, “Okay, let’s go do it!” And they force you to do it. (Laughs)

Q: Is there one thing about yourself that you feel would surprise most people?

Well, I think the one huge thing that surprises a lot of people is that I interact with my fans. I can’t speak for any other girls, but I really interact. I talk with my fans on Twitter, MySpace, Google+, Facebook – everything. I usually will message you right back if you ask me a question. There might be times that I accidentally skip over a question because I’m always getting a lot, but then there are times where I’m very personable and I tell people, “I’m going to go here in Philly.” And a lot of them do show up and they’re like, “Can I take a picture with you?” And I don’t mind being bothered. A lot of people are like, “When I’m out with my friends I don’t want to be bothered.” But I don’t care. They’re my fans and I enjoy it. I want to meet you and I want you to know that I am a real person besides what I do. A lot of girls move out to L.A. and they get wrapped up in that, but I refuse to because I kind of feel like it keeps me grounded as to who I am as a person. It keeps me more like a normal girl, but then she has that kinky side. (Laughs)

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

Well, my biggest thing is my Brazzers scene. It has come out, but I think it’s for members only. I did put a link on my Twitter. But that was my biggest thing. That was the first time that I shot with them in five years and I was just so excited to finally get them to shoot me.

Q: You do a lot of camshow work as well, is that right?

Yeah. On Tuesdays and Thursdays – kind of like today – I do Cam4 shows for Cam4.com. They are Super Shows, which I do from 7 to 8 Eastern Time. Those are free for everyone; the only reason you would have to pay is if you actually want to chat with me. But other than that, anybody can see it. They can just tune in and watch it if they want to.

And then I do Streamate.com pretty much four days a week from Monday to Thursday from 11:00 PM to 2:00 AM Eastern Time and I’m pretty much constantly on there. Sometimes I’m a little bit late for the 11:00 PM because I’m always doing stuff and trying to work out and get there on time, but I’m always there. It’s fun. I like doing those because again, you get to interact with your fans as well. You get people who are always coming on every single time and they’re like, “Hey, how are you?” And you’re like, “Hey, what’s up?” (Laughs) It’s kind of fun.

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

Well, hopefully they get to see me eventually feature dance and all I can say is just keep rooting for me. My biggest thing this year is that I really want to be nominated for an XBIZ award and for AVN. I’ve never had the opportunity to do that because I’ve never really been focused on it. And now that I’ve done a couple Internet movies and this movie Captain America, I’m hoping. For XBIZ, I think a lot of people … they make profiles, but you can nominate the person and as long as you continue to vote for my Internet site – if I’m on Reality Kings and I have a thing there – do a lot of ratings because it helps bring me back. So that’s one big sensation: Always vote and bring me back. (Laughs)

Q: Thank you. I appreciate you taking some time out to speak with me tonight. I wish you all the best with your career and I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot more from you in the future.

Thank you so much.

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