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An Exclusive Interview with Siri Dahl

Siri Dahl, one of my personal favorite performers currently in the adult business, recently had an in-depth talk with me. As she's one of the performers featured and interviewed in the fascinating and critically acclaimed Netflix docu Money Shot: The PornHub Story, I took the chance to talk about that. We also touched upon her current work with and on Adult Time and OnlyFans, and much more, including her intense love for RPGs in this exclusive interview.

Siri, I absolutely loved what your segments in the Netflix documentary, Money Shot: The Pornhub Story. How did you get involved with it?

Thank you! My involvement was pretty straightforward. The director of Money Shot, Suzanne Hillinger, contacted me after she read Nick Kristof’s op-ed in the New York Times, which was one of the first things she researched to prepare for the documentary. That began our conversation, and after I’d done my own research about her and her past work, and asked her a bunch of questions, I felt comfortable getting on board with the documentary.

photo credit: Bryan Donnell 

Has the reaction to it changed or affected anything in the adult industry and if so how?

Maybe it’s still too soon to say, but I’ve heard a lot of positive feedback from other people in the industry. I have been hearing from other people in the industry, as well as fans, that they appreciate how much the documentary humanizes sex workers, especially with regard to Gwen Adora and I, since we have a lot more screen time and the documentary crew visited us at our respective homes. I also think it’s noteworthy that the day after the documentary was released on Netflix, Mindgeek announced their new ownership under Ethical Capital Partners. I’m just speculating, but I don’t really think the timing was a coincidence. 

How has it been being the ambassador for Adult Time?

It’s been fantastic to have such an in-depth working relationship with Adult Time, and their directors and production teams. My role as an Ambassador gives me the opportunity to be a collaborator on projects in a way that doesn’t typically fall into a performer’s area of responsibility – and that’s one of the main reasons I love it. Every time I’m on an Adult Time set, I feel so taken care of. And, I have so much respect for Bree Mills and her vision for Adult Time “doing porn differently,” and I’m quite happy to be a part of that!

What do you enjoy the most about shooting for your OnlyFans?

I love the freedom it provides me. It’s awesome to have a reliable way to sell my own content to my fans. I primarily live in Kentucky, and a lot of my OnlyFans content is stuff I produce at home. And, I travel to LA every month for my studio work and to collaborate with performers who are based in LA and Las Vegas. I kind of get the best of both worlds. When I moved away from LA in 2014, I vowed that I’d never live there again, unless a very specific set of circumstances were met. The geographic separation is beneficial for me, because I enjoy something that a lot of adult performers don’t get: I can have a “regular,” slower-paced schedule when I’m at home in Kentucky. And, I only have to deal with LA traffic for one week out of the month. There’s a lot of flying involved, but it works better for me this way!

What is your favorite type of scene or content?

I don’t have a favorite type of scene that I shoot, in terms of specific sex acts or scenarios. For me, the most important factor is the sexual chemistry between me and my co-star(s). When the chemistry is right, it’s not just the sex itself that’s better – it makes the whole scene better. I understand that casting decisions often come down to availability and marketing, but I’m a firm believer in considering the people that are going to be fucking each other on camera, and letting that lead the way.

How excited are you to be delivering the keynote at the XBIZ Conference this month?

I’m excited as hell! I haven’t been to XBIZ Miami before, so it’s pretty awesome that my first time attending the Miami event, I get to go as a keynote speaker. I’ve always heard it’s tons of fun, and I’m really looking forward to connecting with other content creators, and to the pool party, of course. ;)

What turns you on the most? 

So many things! It depends a lot on context, and who I’m with, or what I was just doing five minutes ago. But, the one thing I feel like is always a for-sure turn on for me, is having my neck kissed gently. It sends a shiver down my spine every single time. I could be in the grumpiest mood ever, and then I’ll suddenly want to take off all my clothes.

How do you usually prepare before shooting a scene?

I’m not a morning person, so I do most of my physical prep, like shaving, moisturizing, etc., the night before a scene. If I try to do it the morning of my shoot, I will definitely leave the house 10 minutes later than I was supposed to, haha. I eat a good breakfast, usually an acaĆ­ bowl or smoothie, or something like that – just nothing too heavy. And, I always listen to one of my favorite podcasts when I drive to set. 

Having worked in the adult business for as long as you have, what are some of the most startling changes that you have noticed?

I love seeing the line between content creators/influencers and porn stars being blurred. Kazumi is a great example of that. Performers have been driving our own branding and marketing for a long time, and it’s taken the studio/talent agency structure a bit longer to catch up. But, we’re now in an era where that’s kind of the default way of getting into the business. 

Is there anything about the adult biz that would surprise someone who isn’t involved in it?

In my experience, most things about the reality of working in adult are surprising to “civilians.” Since I don’t live in LA, I frequently find myself explaining aspects of the porn industry to my friends and acquaintances who have no clue about its inner workings. In the best case scenario, people will at least have a concept that it is, indeed, work. But, there are so many myths and misconceptions, I couldn’t even list them all here. One thing that specifically seems to surprise everybody is that adult stars don’t get residual payments from our studio work. Most average people seem to incorrectly assume that we do get residuals, and that adult’s payment structure mimics that of mainstream film and television.

Do you have anything lined up that you would like to mention or let us know about?

I’m involved in some very exciting projects that will be coming out soon with Adult Time and Lust Cinema! 

I know that you are big into powerlifting. What drew you to it? And, what do you most enjoy about it?

I got into powerlifting kind of accidentally because I wanted to spend more time at the gym, but I was bored out of my mind with yoga and basic cardio. I started out with general strength training, but quickly realized that I loved lifting heavier weights, and I kept building on it from there. For a while I was figuring it out on my own, until I eventually hired a powerlifting trainer and joined a serious meathead gym. Now, I’ve been powerlifting for about 7 years. What I love most about it is the personal challenge. Yeah, lifting has changed my body, but for me that’s beside the point. It’s not about aesthetics, it’s about progress, or as powerlifters say, progressive overload. The main goal is to lift heavier than I did before. 

What else do you like to do in your spare time?

I’m into a lot of video games, mainly open-world RPGs. My favorite series ever is Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West. I did a cosplay of the main character, Aloy, and it was removed by the mods on the subreddit r/cosplay because they thought I had simply submitted a screenshot from the video game. I wish I were kidding about that, LMAO. That was a really fun project for me. I had less than one week to make Aloy’s spear. I needed a weapon for my photoshoot, and I’d never crafted a prop weapon before. I was like a madwoman working on that thing. My partner Liam teased me about all week, because it was the only thing I focused on for six days straight, from the moment I woke up until bedtime. Like legitimately, I was regularly forgetting to feed myself. We have a saying that originated from that week of insanity – if one of us neglects or forgets to do something, we say “Blame it on the spear!”

photo credit: Natasha Inamorata

photo credit: Natasha Inamorata
photo credit: Natasha Inamorata

Any final words for your fans and my readers?

I love you all! Thanks so much for your fandom and support, and thank you for reading this interview. Porn viewers and fans are underappreciated and underrated. I wouldn’t have had a career to return to after my 5-year hiatus if it weren’t for all of you. If you use social media, please be sure to follow my official accounts! Instagram: @thesiridahl, Twitter: @thesiridahl, and TikTok: @hellosiridahl. You can also find all of my other links at snipfeed.co/siridahl


Horror Crush: Dasha Nekrasova

It's been too long since we last did this, so let us induct another talented beauty into this site's hallowed Horror Crush section. This time around is a stunning multi-talented beauty, Dasha Nekrasova, who is also the first filmmaker that we have ever inducted.

Nekrasova was born in Minsk, Belarus (then known as Beylorussian SSR, Soviet Union) to acrobat parents. At four, she and her parents moved abroad to Las Vegas in the US. After attending the Las Vegas Academy of Arts and graduating in 2008, she went to Mills College and majored in sociology and philosophy. 

She began her entertainment career appearing in videos for alternative bands like Yumi Zouma and made he acting debut in Wobble Palace, which she co-wrote with Eugene Koltyarenko. She gained the nickname "Sailor Socialism" for being dressed in a Sailor Moon like look, while showing her support for Bernie Sanders during her interview for right-wing show InfoWars in 2018. That same year, she started the podcast Red Scare with Anna Khachiyan. And, while this all makes her even more cool, and in turn hot, than I had earlier known, it's her horror flick that earns her this induction. 

The Scary of Sixty-First tells the tale of two friends Addie and Noelle (the gorgeous dou of Betsey Brown and Madeline Quinn, the later of whom also co-wrote the film along with Nekrasova), now roommates, have moved into a nice, new apartment in Manhattan. Soon a beautiful stranger (Nekrasova) shows up and quickly forms a tight relationship with Noelle. She tells Noelle of a conspiracy connected to their apartment, Jeffrey Epstein, the royal family, and more. Addie meanwhile begins to lose her grip on reality and acts increasingly more and more strange.

Scary is one of the weirdest horror movies I've seen many a moon, and I mean that as a compliment. Now, I have realized that it has very mixed opinions upon those who have seen it. Which, I can see why. It's very muc indie in its look and feel on top of being, as I just said, odd. It also borrows influence from Eyes Wide Shut, Polanksi, and Giallio But, I think these aspects that give its appeal. The film is intriguing and very well acted by our three leading ladies. It's also the rare modern horror movie that has nudity and sexuality. Lesbiansim and female masturbation are featured in scenes that range from erotic to disturbing. The Blu-ray from Vinegar Syndrome is excellent, and the films, itself, is streaming on various services. See it and make up your own mind. Then leave me comment below as to what your thoughts on it are, 
As I said earlier Nekrasova is, like the other two ladies, great in her role as the nameless girl. Mysterious, sexy, and obsessive, she's a fascinating character. The Nekrasova accomplishes this so well while delivering stylish directing and such an involving script (along with Quinn) deserves extra credit for her. 

Gorgeous, politically liberal, smart, and giving us one of the most wonderfully odd horror movies in recent memory is more than enough reason to show respect and love for Nekrasova. I very happily induct Dasha Nekrasova into Horror Crushes!!


Chiller Theatre: April 2023

This past weekend, April 28-30, 2023, marked another edition of the greatest convention on God's green Earth: Chiller Theatre!! On Saturday, the 29th, my friend Freddie and I headed out, had an awesome time, and met some amazing guests!

The first person that I went up to was the lovely Julia Nickson, who is best remembered for her role as Rambo's doomed love interest in the action classic Rambo: First Blood Part II. That's been one of my favorite movies ever since I was a little kid, so I was super excited to meet her. She was all smiles and sweet in person, as well as being still beautiful.

The two people I was most excited to meeting were the Scream bathroom girls. Their bitchy and mean role may have been short, but they're unforgettable! Plus, I had a little bit of a crush on them as a college student seeing the movie. First was the gorgeous Leonora Scelfo who played the cheerleader. She was fucking awesome in person! Very sweet and fun to talk to, she was also still stunning. She talked to us about her interest in being in Terrifier 3, but that she, herself, wasn't into horror. It really doesn't matter, cause she is too sweet a lady.

The lovely Nancy Anne Ridder was other girl of the two. She was soooo sweet in person! Seriously, she was wonderfully bubbly, friendly, and humble in person. She was flattered that I had a crush on both of them, and that they were the ones that I mosted wanted to meet. She let my bud, Freddie, get in on the first pic and just me in the second one. I swear both of these beautiful ladies are fucking awesome to meet!

Speaking of crushes, Lisa Fuller, a Horror Crush inductee was up next for me. I told her about how The Monster Squad has been one of my favorite movies ever since I was a little kid, how I had a crush on her back then, and how I was so happy she was finally doing cons! She was super sweet in person still so beautiful!

In keeping with the childhood crush theme of the day, the last person, I went up to on my own was the gorgeous Olivia D'Abo, That was thanks to Conan: The Destroyer, of course. It took a while to meet her, but she was worth the wait thanks to her being so sweet in person. And, she is still absolutely gorgeous.

My friend Freddie met Richard Young, best known from being in the prologue to the classic Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade. He is the guy who gets the crucifix that young Indy (the late, great River Phoenix) tries to get back. Young's character inspired his look movie, as the story goes. Anyway, I got to get in Freddie's pic with him.

We stayed a little for the party but were tired and didn't catch much. We did see Richie Scarlet who was back and was as awesome as ever!

The stuff that I bought there were:
A Screem magazine pack, which got me: Monster from Green Hell Blu-ray (which I've never seen but have been curious about)
Freeway 4K from Vinegar Syndrome booth. This is the first time that is uncut!! I am so pumped to watch this classic again!! That's something I haven't done in many years.

The autographs that I got at Chiller are:
Nancy Anne Ridder and Leonora Scelfo- Scream- Aside, from them being awesome as fuck, tell me their autographs are the coolest ever!
Lisa Fuller- The Monster Squad

And, so another Chiller ended, one that was one of the most fun times that I've had in a while. But, we shall be back in October! Did any of you guys go? If so who did you meet? Let me know in the comments section below.