Monique Alexander, Charlie Laine (cuddling) Penny Flame

Porn Years

[Well, things do change. Back when she started, Monique was a very, very quiet young woman who relatively quickly ended up living with Michael Raven — back when he was still Numero Uno Director over at Sin City. In one of his last movies for Sin City, Michael shot Paradise Lost starring, interestingly, Julia Ann, right before she signed with Wicked. Michael fairly quickly ended up following Julia to Wicked. They ended moving in together (moving Monique out) and then actually getting married. Julia eventually let her Wicked deal lapse some years later, thus freeing her up to work with some of the companies she’d missed between Vivid and Wicked. But Michael’s still there, often lamenting why Brad Armstrong and Jonathan Morgan seem to get much bigger shooting budgets than he does. Julia now does a bit of on-camera work, but primarily spends her time as one of the top makeup artists around. Oh, and she’s not married to Michael anymore. Monique still doesn’t live with him either.]

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Consequently, we decided to pay technological respect to this exemplary bevy of beauties on the site today. We need to have a lot of respect for these “elders” you see. Even for dog years you only divide by seven. So while not even a third of a “human generation” has passed, these women have been in the business for a combined 39 “porn generations” — or 1170 porn years. That’s just darned impressive. [Yeah, well, I continued this logic and pointed out that this would mean that our dear mathematician here would thus (assuming they all started working at age 18, which I think they did) find himself becoming sexually excited by the equivalent of women ages 408, 438 and 468 having sex. EEEW! On the upside, we do not necessarily get the feeling of “historical perspective,” at least right off the bat, here.]

So we’ve done the traditional photo set layout here, and then we’ve given it something special. … They “Flash” us. We “Flash” them. And everybody’s happy, even the locally famous “Carol” that now has a broadband connection. [D.Minion now even considers Carol “eponymous” with a slow internet connection, using “A Carol Connection” to mean anyone still on dial-up; but D.Minion shows off a bit on occasion, truth be told.]

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