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Sasha, thanks for being with us today on Adult Site Broker Talk.
Speaker 2 (2m 49s): Well, thank you for having me. It is a pleasure for me being here. I thank everybody.
Speaker 1 (2m 54s): Hey, I thank you for taking the time so late in your evening in Detroit City. So Sasha Bra Buster is a natural large chested exotic Ebony adult film actress. Try saying that three times. Cover Girl Centerfold, former radio host and double jointed contortionist. Can't wait to hear about that. Her fans love her acrobatic pole performances and belly dancing stage shows. This former B B W took a short sabbatical and is ready to give her fans what they've been begging for.
The new Sasha Bra Buster. Sasha, what made you initially decide to work as a performer in the adult industry?
Speaker 2 (3m 34s): Well, years ago I was a call girl and a gentleman saw me on a Call Girl website. He called me up and says, Hey, you got what the girls that I see have, I think you need to reach out. Gave me some phone numbers. Two of 'em told me to go kick Brocks. They said I was competition. I was like, say what would end up happening? I says, oh, thank you, thank you very much. And then Africa Sex says, you know what?
I, I can help you out. She referred me to Peter Wall at Score Magazine and they told me, if you have your pictures airbrush, we're gonna tell you to go kick rocks. If you're real, we're gonna go ahead and give you a chance. I took pictures, they flew me within 48 hours and paid me thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars and had me there a week. The rest was history and, and I had never did movies before. And they says, you're gonna do magazines and you're gonna do movies.
And I was like, what? I, I just, I don't do that stuff. Yes, you're gonna do that stuff. And they flew a guy from California and was like, you're gonna get naked. You're gonna do this. And it was a big warehouse, bigger than Sam's Club. And they're telling me what I'm gonna do and the guy's looking at me cuz I ev evidently. And obviously he never saw boobs that big and they were heavy and I'm scared of him. He's scared of me and he's looking like yuck because he's like all this, all this meat, you know?
And so he's like trying to figure this out and they were heavy. And so he's looking at Peter like, why did you put me with this woman, this monstrosity of a woman and all this meat, you know? And so Peter says, Sasha, show him what you do while you're here. When I started putting toes above my head, behind my neck, in my ear, he was like, let me make a phone call. And so he started calling people and friends and companies and California. The rest was history.
And I started flying to California and I started getting shoots and, and I was like, whoa. And the rest was history. And I started shooting and it was so funny cuz we shot all day long. They scored had me shoot multiple, multiple films and they was like, pick her up now at that time I'm 311 pounds. He was like, say what? They were like, pick her up. New Power driver. And I didn't know what power driver was.
It was just
Speaker 1 (6m 10s): So funny. Really good way to hurt you smell. So the, it was Score Magazine, now it's Score Group, right?
Speaker 2 (6m 15s): It was Score group, but I was shooting for XL Voluptuous and stuff like that. And it was, it was fun cuz it was a all day shoot for like a whole week. I'm just shooting, shooting. And we ended up being the best of friends. But at first he was like, what did you, he thought score was on crack or something, you know? But we ended up being the best of friends.
Speaker 1 (6m 34s): So you just mentioned putting your toes in your ears kinda interesting. Yes. You've, you're a double joint contortionist. Is that something that helps you when you're doing porn scenes?
Speaker 2 (6m 46s): Yes, I do. And implement that in all of the positions.
Speaker 1 (6m 50s): Okay, tell me about
Speaker 2 (6m 51s): That. In my cold.
Speaker 1 (6m 52s): Yeah. Well gimme some examples of the contortionist abilities and how that helps with your scenes.
Speaker 2 (6m 59s): Sure. Not at all. Well, when I'm doing the doggy style, I'm wrapping my legs around the gentleman's neck. And when I'm doing, when we're on the bed and I have like the brass, you know, headboards, I'm putting my legs over and under the headboard around the guy's necks and then put in his ears and my ears like that. Those are examples of some of the things they'll, well they used to, you know, tape when I was doing the, you know, different positions when I was big girl.
Now that I weight, I'm even more flexible. So I'll be doing legs behind my back one before one back. And so some different things I'll be bringing to the table now is when I do the scenes I'll be doing the splits on the guy while I lick his ankle or something like that.
Speaker 1 (7m 51s): My God. When did you find out you were a contort? You were a double jointed Contortionist. How did, how did you, how did that come about?
Speaker 2 (7m 58s): Well, I, well see, I grew up always being able to be flexible with my legs. See I'm only flexible with, with my legs. Okay. And then I started pole dancing right before I went on my sabbatical, my health sabbatical. Right. I started doing that and belly dancing. I've been doing that for years. But I never implemented the belly dancing into the movies. I just did. Why is that Contortionist stuff? Hmm.
Speaker 1 (8m 22s): You should,
Speaker 2 (8m 23s): Yeah, I'm gonna be doing all of that now. And see I never did, you know, boy, boy scenes, you know, boy, boy girl scenes I'm gonna be doing and I never did any of the, you know, B D S M stuff. I'll be doing all of that now. So my audience is gonna have a treat. My viewers is gonna definitely have a treat this time that they didn't have before.
Speaker 1 (8m 45s): Fantastic. So from our chats prior to the interview, I've come to Discovery. You're a baseball fan, Detroit Tigers to be exact, of course. I'm not even gonna mention that. My San Francisco giant swept the Tigers four straight in the World Series in 2012. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't, I didn't mention it.
Speaker 2 (9m 3s): Did,
Speaker 1 (9m 3s): Yeah. Oh, sorry. Gosh, I just, that just slipped out. So when did you start watching baseball and what other sports do you like?
Speaker 2 (9m 13s): Well, when I was a little girl, my great-grandfather would have all of us, you know, around the radio and we would be drinking lemonade and eating skins and we would be listening to the game. That's how we were Ernie
Speaker 1 (9m 27s): Harwell, right?
Speaker 2 (9m 29s): Yes. You know, it, you, you know it.
Speaker 1 (9m 32s): Ernie Ernie was a, Ernie was an old friend, actually
Speaker 2 (9m 36s): Get Oh, are you serious?
Speaker 1 (9m 37s): Yes, no. Oh yeah, no, no. I knew, I knew Ernie well from my, my Sportscasting days. So yeah, I knew, I knew Ernie from a, in fact, I met Ernie when I was, shit, I, I met Ernie when I was like 17 or 18 years old. So Yeah, I, I knew Ernie for, for years until he unfortunately passed. But go ahead, I'm sorry.
Speaker 2 (9m 58s): Yeah, cuz he was such a nice guy. I heard nothing but nice. Amazing guy. And when he died, amazing man. Oh God. It was like a, it was like a national holiday run. They celebrated and they mourned and you know, we just, when they won, you know, Kirk Gibson and Oh my God. Yep. Everybody just like, it was like a holiday around here and I know I like the Pistons, of course Isaiah Thomas, you know.
Speaker 1 (10m 22s): Yeah.
Speaker 2 (10m 23s): And John Sally and when they won, you know, sure. Just, it was just nice. I like ba you know, basketball and the lions and I don't follow, like I used to the Red Wings and I met a lot of 'em, you know, they're good friends, but I don't get into it like I used to, but you know, I just like to support my guys. And then when Bill Margo was living, he used to want to get, have me, he would ask me would I get him a jersey, a lion's jersey.
He was like, God bless me, they keep losing. And before he died I was looking to get him a jersey his size and he was like, don't get it kiddo. Don't get it. And I was like, I'm gonna get your damn size. And he died before I can get him the jersey because he was born here in Lansing, Michigan. Yeah. Yeah. And he was like, you know, I I I was where you are at Kiddo. I'm like, yeah. But he was like, don't do it. I'm like, I'm gonna surprise you with I'm gonna get you a outfit, a Lion's outfit. He was like, they can't damn losing. No, but they did present him with a teddy bear before he died, you know, but,
Speaker 1 (11m 30s): Well it's a nice, it's a nice jersey anyway, I like the color, so. Yeah. Yeah. It's a, it's a's a good looking jersey. Hopefully they will, they will be better. We were talking about that before the show, that there's Yeah, there's hope. There's hope in Lion Land, so we'll,
Speaker 2 (11m 46s): We'll speak. Isn't that true at, that is
Speaker 1 (11m 48s): So true. Stadium's nice. I got a chance to walk by it. So at least the stadium's nice. So how did being a B B W and also a woman of color make it difficult earlier in your career in porn?
Speaker 2 (12m 2s): Well, when I first started it was just starting to open up and that was a new thing being a B B W. And when I first got to Hollywood, I conferred with A B B W named Cindy Williams. And I, I, cause I called a film company and he referred me to a, a lady who he was shooting called, it was a director, I can't remember his name. And he was saying he shot a lot of Cindy Williamson.
It was a good friend of his, I cannot remember her name cause it was so long. We were talking like 2004 ok. And I called, he said, he gave me her name. He says, get some advice from her. And so she was like, it's not gonna work. And she shot with Arrow Smith and his videos and she shot for a lot of musicians and rock stars. And when she tried to switch over to porn, they treated her so crappy. She was very bitter. She was very, very upset.
And she says it's not gonna work. And she says, you will shoot maybe twice or once a year. And she shot a video for David Lee Roth and she had a gang of dws. It did not work. And so she tried to make it, but it, it wasn't gonna, it wasn't happening. So when I went to go shoot, they were like, what are you, you know, what are we gonna shoot you for? And why? And at the time it wasn't called Gold Seeds, it was called meet and greets.
And they were like, oh, you look different. You know, you're cute, you're exotic and why do we wanna shoot you? And so it was the director of the producer and the owner of the company. And I had to get naked and show them why they needed to pay me. So when I got naked and I started what? Putting toes in in ears and they were like, oh, you are so hired, you know Exactly. They hired me and told me they're gonna pay me top pay.
So wherever I went, I got paid top dollar and I wasn't well received because at that time this was like so new and it was a bunch of skinny gals and they were like, oh, oh yuck. And she's a pig and she's nasty. And oh, look at that walrus. And, and then it word got out even though they told me, you know, the owner don't tell anybody what you're getting paid and you're getting paid more than the other girls we're gonna, we heard she's getting paid more than us.
She's from Detroit. And why are they paying that that big? And you know, how they tell you to show up at eight is your call time and you know, right. Another shoot is 10 and another shoot is 12. And they all showed up for me, me cuz I'm the new girl. And I'm like, Ugh. And I'm embarrassed cause you know, I'm bigger than them. And they're like whispering and talking and everybody's looking at the new girl. And so I'm like, oh my God, I'm so embarrassed. You know? And they're whispering and they're talking nasty to me. And I was like, oh. So then when they were like, okay, Sasha, you know, I'm outta makeup, they're done with the makeup, you're gonna go over there and you're gonna do this.
And, and so then the male talent would show and he's looking at, oh, these big boobs, I gotta lift this. And I wasn't well received because they're used to this silicone and these little gals. And you know, silicone is weightless right here. I'm wearing a, my breast was a 48 L cup that's heavy. So my breasts at the time, each boob was 25 pounds, we're talking 50 pounds, my boobs. Right? Oh my God. So he's looking at, I gotta deal with her for two and a half hours, you know, at that time, this seems two and a half, three hours, I gotta pick this up for three hours.
So the guy was like, ah. So he's like, so the director's like, Sasha, you gonna come over here and do Bella B for this scene? So the girls are like, look at this now how, let's see why she's getting paid more than I'm, I'm hearing this and it's messing me up in the head when I walk over, do the scene, they're like, drop the road. Now I gotta walk naked in front of these tricks. Right? This is what I'm thinking. Right. So when they says, okay, start, I'm doing my double joint thing. Everything was quiet. All has on me.
I love it. They were like, let me have your autograph. Can I have your autograph? I love it. I got my respect right then and there. And then I started getting all these roles and I started doing, I started shooting like a slim person. I started getting four and five scenes a day. And then what they weren't supposed to do, a lot of the gaffers, the key grips. Excuse me, can you come over here for a minute? Sure. I wasn't conceded, I wasn't cocky.
I was very, very down to, I, I was cool that everybody I treated, everybody was strict. They were like, you're really nice. Sure. Because you know how a lot of talent is, you know, I'm, I'm thinking I'm this stuff, you know, I was so cool. And they were like, you're really easy to work with. So I would get six or seven numbers. And they were like, my friend is getting a new company and these are big companies today. And they were like, would you mind, you know, talking to him, they are opening up a new agency in the company. Would you like to shoot? So I'm shooting, you know, for legit companies, four and five scenes, the new opening companies who, this is my guy here, his name is Johns, you know, I'm shooting five, so I'm shooting 10 scenes a day and that's it.
Got one. And then I'm doing Bill, my goal has me working for him and that and the rest was history. So then I started shooting different magazines. And so it was some, some movie companies and it was some magazine companies who says, look straight out we don't do women of color. We don't, we only shoot Caucasian, boom, that's it. I'm like, okay. And then they'd look at me and go, well come over here. Okay. So what they would do, they would lighten the picture up and then call me a Latino.
Even though I am multiracial, you know, German, Latino, African, African-American, Irish in Indian. They would Wow. Paint the pic. They would, they would go ahead and they would lighten the picture up and they would says, you know, we only shoot Latin, but we're gonna put you in this. And I'm like, oh. So I made history there and then they put me interesting in the history books. I was like, okay. So I made history there too. And they paid me very, very well. And I was like, okay. And then Pat Rasine started working with me on the magazine.
Speaker 1 (18m 36s): Wow. What's your best memory and what's your worst memory from scenes you've shot?
Speaker 2 (18m 43s): My best memory was working with Dave Harden. That was, I thought I was gonna die, but it was, it was fun. We got along very well and it was a fast and a very fun and shoot, I never knew what to expect. We were all over the, the mansion shooting and he was very nice and he, he was, he kept calling me Queen Latifah, right? And I was like, what? And Ron Sullivan, the late Ron Sullivan is who had him shoot with me for a movie.
And that was very fun. He just was like, I'll take the lead on this. I says, okay. And I never knew where I was at. I was upside down. I was on the fireplace and I just was like, I thought, you know, he was, he grabbed the leg. I, I just didn't know where I was gonna be at. But it was fun. He was very, very funny. And then the worst one, it was a gentleman that Xavier had hired from Xavier films in Florida. And the gentleman wanted me to do a, a pissing scene.
And I'm like, what? And he's like, piss. And I'm like, you want me to what now? And, and he wanted me to do a pissing scene in the shower, but that wasn't what the film entail. He, he just sprung that on me and I'm like, I'm, I was supposed to just, we was supposed to just do a straight boy girl scene. It was solo masturbation in the boy girl. But he wanted me to, I guess this was something new where they wanted the girls to start peeing. This ping thing was something new.
Yeah, he was really upset, which they was supposed to pay extra for the ping, but he wanted to get ping for free. And so he want to bring like six two liters of water. And he's like hollering and he is hollering at me and trying to pin me up in the corner. This director, I cannot remember his name and he's trying to make, make me piss in this shower. That was the worst, horrible thing. And so when this guy, the, the guy that was in the movie name was Reno, he's the talent, he was like back up off of her, you know, he had to get the director to leave me alone cuz this guy is trying to make me drink all these bottles of water, the piss.
And I, I'm like, piss what? Stand up and piss in the shower. And I thought, so that was the worst, the very, you know, I never had anything like that.
Speaker 1 (21m 15s): Yeah. Not cool, right? Not cool.
Speaker 2 (21m 19s): Yeah. And he was trying to get me the piss. We can go and stay in a place you have there in California called, he wanted to go stay in Big Beaver for the weekend. So he wanted me to piss so he can go to Big Beaver.
Speaker 1 (21m 32s): Big Beaver. Ah yes. There's some double meanings there. Okay. So you, you mentioned you took a break because of health and what was going on with you health-wise?
Speaker 2 (21m 43s): What I would do was I would leave and then come back to take a break and every other year I would come back dirty. Bob was like, yeah, don't burn yourself out. You know, go take a break, come back, go. And every other year I was known to go and come back cuz I never wanted to burn myself out. Like a lot of people burned themselves out. Yeah. And this one particular time, and this was like oh seven cuz I was there in oh six, i, I left, I'm gonna come back in. Oh, in oh eight, that's what I'm thinking. I think. So that the last time I was there I think was oh eight. I'm gonna come back.
I was a registered nurse in my private life. Now, like I said, I'm 311 pounds and I'm taking care of a patient. She was 300 some pounds, so what's that? 600 pounds. She grabbed me thinking she was gonna fall. She fell on top of me.
Speaker 1 (22m 31s): Oh
Speaker 2 (22m 32s): Fuck. It was snap, crackle, pop Bruce. Wow. When it was snap, crackle pop, she pissed on me.
Speaker 1 (22m 39s): Oh
Speaker 2 (22m 40s): Jesus. I was like, whoa. When she snapped Cracker Pop, that was the end of your Sasha. And I was what
Speaker 1 (22m 47s): Were, what were, what were your injuries?
Speaker 2 (22m 50s): She almost broke my back. She broke my knees and oh no, it was, I was strained and sprained and everything. And when they got through me, they were like, you will never do nothing again. She's crying and she's upset that she hurt me. And behind that, I am gonna be honest behind that, doctors was like, you in bad shape. So I was like, wait a minute, wait a minute. I said, no, no. They was like, no, no, no, you you, they says you got injured really bad.
So they took me off of work and they says I was in such bad shape I could not return to the nursing profession. And I was teaching to anatomy physiology at the college. So I go, okay, when I heal, you know I'm gonna go back. They were like, no, no, no, no. So I did suffer a lot of the morbidly obese, you know, different health challenges and I got worse and worse. And so sitting and trying to convalesce and heal, I'm getting bigger and bigger.
I'm eating and eating, you know? Yes. And I start, you know, diabetes, you know when you get big and you eat diabetes Sure. And, and neuropathy and hypertension and sleep apnea and everything that comes with being bigger, bigger, bigger. And so I had got so big I couldn't walk. I was too big for my frame. I ended up being on a walker and oh shit, arthritis set in and oh Jesus, the heart got bad. And so my doctors was like, Hey, you know, this is not cool.
You're going down and downward slope. And I got conceited cuz I'm sitting, but I'm getting more boyfriends than the Lord allow. And I'm like, well I'm still, you know, doing good and I'm drawing boyfriends. And the doctors was like, you are not, this is not cool. So I had got so sick, I had got pulmonary embolisms at that time. Oh. I wasn't able to fly. So at the time, directors and producers are calling me to come back. They need me to start shooting. But the doctor says I wasn't healthy enough to get on a plane cuz of the blood clot.
So. Right. I I, my health was deteriorated more and more and more. So they were like, they all surrounded me, neurologist, cardiologist. They were like, look it, you have to lose like a hundred pounds asap. You're not gonna see Christmas 2010. Serious. I'm thinking it's a joke. I'm not taking it serious now.
Speaker 1 (25m 18s): How old were you? How old were you at this point?
Speaker 2 (25m 21s): I, I was like, I was pretty young. I, I wasn't old or anything. I was pretty young. I just was like living off the seat of my pants. I was pretty young. Yeah. I just was eating up. I just was sitting and eating up the world. Cause I was like, just convalescent. And they told my mom, you had
Speaker 1 (25m 39s): Nothing. You had nothing else you could do. Sure.
Speaker 2 (25m 41s): Nothing, nothing, nothing to do. But just sitting convalescent. Right. And they said, you're clogging up your arteries and you're not taking this serious. So they knew I was close to my mom. My mom was my life, you know? Right. And they were like, look, tell your daughter quit playing. Her heart's getting congested. And so when she started crying, going, look, this is my only daughter in the world. She, she was like, stop playing with your life. If I lose you, I lose everything. And I just, I just pictured her over my casket, you know, at a funeral. And I'm like, oh, this is serious. So I tried Weight Watchers didn't, didn't do anything.
I, and then I tried medical weight loss. They gave me some herbal speed and sped my heart up and I'm in the hospital. So they says, you know what, you need to lose this 20 pounds, 19 that's not gonna do it. And so I was like, oh, stop a jaw's line. You know, let me get two double orders of ribs and chicken. I just wasn't keeping serious. So they says, yeah, listen, you are not gonna see Christmas 2010. So I says, what do you want me to do? So they says bariatric surgery.
Right. That's the only thing that's gonna make you lose a hundred pounds if you, so I did the, the bariatric and they says, okay, you're three 11, you're gonna get to be about 1 25 when the dust settles, you'll be about a size six. So Wow. I did it and I was like, I'm not gonna be a size six, I'm not gonna move be so at the end of the trail I end up being a size zero. Right. Oh no, that's
Speaker 1 (27m 11s): What I'm now Wow.
Speaker 2 (27m 13s): So wait,
Speaker 1 (27m 14s): You
Speaker 2 (27m 14s): At that time I'm wearing a size 26, 28 dress. A size 11 shoe. And I was a, a 48, you know, around circumference around the back of 48. And I'm a L cup. So when the dust settled here, I, my shoe size went from 11 down to a eight. And then I went in a 26, 28 dress down to a zero. And then instead of a 48 L cup, I'm a 36 in cups.
Speaker 1 (27m 45s): That's still pretty darn, that's still pretty darn big.
Speaker 2 (27m 48s): Right. I'm a, I'm a, I'm a bigger cup. So instead of a L I'm a N cause I'm a small frame, but the boobs is bigger cause I'm a small frame, but I never lost the boobs. Right. So then I'm trying to do my comeback in 14. So I come back, I'm like, Hey, I'm Sasha. So people are not recognizing me cuz I'm a small, my face is small. Right, right. So I just had clothes on. I didn't have a bikini. So I'm like, hi, I'm Sasha. My fan base was like, you're who? I'm Sasha. They're like, you're confused dear crack honey, crack heels honey.
Speaker 1 (28m 24s): Exactly, exactly. I'm like, I'm
Speaker 2 (28m 26s): Sasha. So they, they, so they didn't see that I had the baboons so they were like, cause all my pictures had, I had clothes on. So they're like, you think you're who honey? I'm like, no, no, I'm Sasha Bra buster and I'm back. My fans was like thinking I was trying to be conceited and oh you're, you're trying to be vain, you're hating on the bbb. W I said No, no. Why did you lose the weight? And I didn't say, you know why ever. I'm like, no I had to just lose the weight and oh we are not liking you. So I had a lot of hate mail and oh we don't like you that way and you look nasty and you look like a alcoholic and you're so then a couple of my fences, you know what they think that you just lost the boobies and you just, just a up for you know what you need.
I says, what? Show them that you're Sasha, you just a small frame Sasha that Sasha's back do a, do a bikini. So then I did the micro bikini to show them that I was Sasha when I showed them what I was made of. And I had the micro bikini, I got my love back. But it's still a
Speaker 1 (29m 31s): Few just had to, you just had to show 'em the titties again.
Speaker 2 (29m 35s): Yeah. And but it's still some, you know what 95% of my fan base is like, oh yeah, she's back. But they're like, oh we like you better now than we did before.
Speaker 1 (29m 47s): Yeah. There's always, there's always gonna be some who will prefer the b
Speaker 2 (29m 51s): W Oh you know, we really like you better, you know, five percent's like we really like you better as A B B W. But here's the thing, this is the weird thing I have. It's, it's so weird like cuz you know how I've been in the business forever but I still have like kids like 20. Oh we see you're a new person that just got in the game. I'm like son. Yeah. I says, yo daddy know me. Okay. I'm, you're the second generation who's discovering me And they're like, oh you're not new. I'm like no you are new.
Speaker 1 (30m 22s): That's way cool. That's way cool. That's good. How does that, how does that feel?
Speaker 2 (30m 27s): It's funny cuz I have some that will email me and go, my daddy has your magazines up on his bed. I was sneaking when I was a kid looking at you. So I'm on my second generation of like fans and then I have some who goes, are you new who just like discovering me? Like totally. That's
Speaker 1 (30m 45s): Gotta be really with but that's gotta be really cool. Right.
Speaker 2 (30m 48s): Well the other thing about it is I have, the other thing that I don't like about it is I'm more this weird to me I'm more popular now as skinny Sasha than I ever was. This weird male is B B W Sasha. I have more stalkers than I had when I was active. So I'm like, I haven't been in a movie since oh eight and here it is what, 2022. But I have like tons and tons and tons of like, you know, fan mail going in my pill box in my email and instead of being like mainstream it's more and this kind of like weirds me out.
It's more celebrities. Yeah. Professional athletes. Wow. CEOs of like corporations, dignitaries, religious icons. Then the norm. And I'm like, they're like, do you know who I am? And I'm like, what? And they're like Please we are the re we want you to do a comeback cause we wanna see you.
Speaker 1 (31m 48s): So, so it's, I would imagine, I would imagine Bill Clinton's gotta be one of 'em, right?
Speaker 2 (31m 52s): No, but it's a lot of monks and it's a lot of television pastors and I'm like, say what dude? Of course, of course. It's weird me out.
Speaker 1 (31m 60s): Yes. Yeah. They're the same ones who are, who are anti-porn probably in their,
Speaker 2 (32m 5s): In in they are. And and it's so funny cuz I'm looking at these senators who are on TV saying this, but they're emailing me saying like they, oh would you sign my magazine? And I'm like,
Speaker 1 (32m 14s): Come on, call 'em out Sasha call 'em out. I,
Speaker 2 (32m 17s): I want but I can't do that.
Speaker 1 (32m 19s): I understand. I understand. Yes, yes. They're powerful people. How much weight did you lose altogether?
Speaker 2 (32m 26s): 232 pounds.
Speaker 1 (32m 28s): My dear God. So talk about that process now you said you had the surgery, which I guess makes your, your stomach smaller, right? I mean that's the diet, that's
Speaker 2 (32m 40s): The idea. Yeah. My stomach is the size of an egg and a lot of my friends go, do you have that hanging globs of gobs a gooey fat? I says, no I don't. Well you know, you don't have that. I says I, I had a, I had a what you call a ectomy, but the surgeon snuck and did a tummy tuck along with the ectomy and a pul is a fancy dancing word of saying they go cut off stomach fat horizontally. But I didn't really have any because I did crunches and stuff while I was losing the weight.
And if, if they said, why don't you have the hanging skin because I lift weight you weight while I was losing.
Speaker 1 (33m 17s): Right. You worked out. That's cool. That's cool. So talk about the process of losing that much weight. It, it had to be difficult besides the surgery. How did you do it?
Speaker 2 (33m 30s): Well people look at me and go, you can never tell you was big. You know when you look at my pictures and you see me in the bikini and they go, people who lose that much, they have, you could tell they were big cuz they have like the hanging flags under their arms. The reason why you can't tell I was ever big, if you look at my pictures is because when I was in the process of losing the weight, cuz they don't let you start working out until like eight weeks after the bariatric is because, and I had the most invasive, which is the gastric room wide. That's what I had. The reason you can't, how I looked, the way I look is I started lifting weights and I was doing the ankle weights and the the dumbbells.
Okay. And then I never stopped. So even though I had the surgery in 2010, to this day I work out seven days a week if you like. Do you think you the Sasha? Wow. I work out. I you said, what do you do to stay in that shape? Because, well I know I got to be naked Bruce on the film and I don't wanna make nobody throw up and vomit and throw no tomatoes at me. So I lift weights. Amen. I, I jog, I run, I belly dance, I do pole dancing. I bicycle, I do to the resistance band, I do the resistance ball, I do Pilates, I do isometrics.
Calisthenics. Okay. I'm doing, you know, sex, sex, sex, sex. I do the crunches exercise, right. Like the tummy tuck. And so with all of that and I'm doing stretches and stuff like that too. And so when I'm doing that, I do the stretches and the calisthenics and stuff. I'm doing morning Pilates seven days a week and I do a bedtime exercises seven days a week. And then the older you get, you know you have to do more cuz everything, you know gravity as you get older.
And then when you lose that much weight you have to do, you have to lift weights and tone and do strength training in resistance band because if you don't do strength training when you lose that amount of weight, you know, you, you would end up having hanging skin. So yes, I do a lot of walking and then I didn't wanna do traditional, oh just go ahead and walk. So I wanted something different to make me wanna keep in shape. So what I did is I chose to do pole dancing and then I took pole classes.
And then another thing I did, when you do have the gastro, why you have a, you go through a process on Bruce called you are male absorbent, which means they bypass, do a bypass of your intestines. So the upper portion of my intestines is not being used, which processes and digest fats and sugars so I don't digest and process and use vitamins, minerals, nutrients and supplements.
So I'm malabsorbing so I don't absorb it. So I have to take and buy from cvs, vitamin D, vitamin B, vitamin C, calcium. That's interesting. Woman's one a day so right. And vitamin B. So I, so if you, you drink milk, you'll get vitamin D. If I drink milk, I don't get anything so I can in the hospital. So I have to buy vitamin D now. So, which means I have to take all of this every day, seven days a week, 365, which means it makes me the bionic woman.
So you, you're like, oh you gotta take all these vitamins. What does that mean? I have to do, the doctors write me a script and this is all bariatric related. The doctors have to write me a script to do vitamin B12 twice a month because this, by me not using that part of my intestines, it pulls it away. So sure I have extra strength that a regular adult doesn't have. So I have to take this extra stuff so it gives me extra energy. That's what makes me so strong so I can live weights almost like a guy.
I'm strong like a guy almost. So my libido is like I, I went through adolescence. I, I went through adolescence with the surgery. So my body doesn't think I am an adult. My body thinks I'm a teenager. So that's why my body looks so young. So my libido is like 13 year old. So, so
Speaker 1 (37m 54s): You've, so, so you were, were you able to reverse all those, all those health issues?
Speaker 2 (38m 1s): Yeah, everything left except my asthma. I have asthma and I have seizures still, but Oh wow. No more hypertension that left. No more sleep apnea, no more diabetes, no more heart problems. Everything left. The only thing that kinda like made me met and they didn't tell me till I had my bariatric, they were like sage, your body got confused with the hormones cause it doesn't know about being small since you were a teenager.
So I'm like, yeah, your body went through adolescence again. So the age you started your monthly cycle, I'm like, I was nine when you had your month, when you had your bariatric, you went back to nine. So yes, I had, I redeveloped again. So that's why my boobs started growing and I'm a handcuff you my butt and I'm like, oh. So when I started taking the, the nutrients supplements, vitamins, I started having a craving for guys like, you know, adolescents.
So like I, I don't, you know, okay, how can I say this gently? When I, yes ma'am was on the date naps, I, you know, a guy like my age, you know, they, they can't hang, you know, so only guys can hang is like a 22 or 23 year old. So like I amen. You know, remember I said remember I said the bionic woman with the nutrients, mineral supplements of protein powder, I my libido, I can go like 12 hours straight with no no break. It's, you know, it is the pills, you know the vitamins and minerals and that's the way I'm built you.
You know, you understand right?
Speaker 1 (39m 37s): Yeah. Yes, yes. It's per perfect perfect for the industry, that's for sure. Yeah. So that's something
Speaker 2 (39m 43s): That's the way the, the bariatrics make makes you like that that gastric one. Why
Speaker 1 (39m 47s): Exactly. Wow. So why did you decide to come back to the industry?
Speaker 2 (39m 52s): Because I got so many emails. They were saying how they didn't like the quality of work that was out there. They were saying it's so much missing and they hadn't seen girls with my quality of work. I'm like, what? And they were saying, we watch your stuff like 18 times a day and they don't. I'm like, what? And, and they were saying they wanna see me do my action as skinny Sacha. And I'm like, oh can you still do your flexibility? I said, oh, I'm more flexible. And I was like, okay. So that's what made me says oh, they kept emailing over and over and sending this stuff to my pill box.
So I says I'll do this. And I kept getting a lot of runaround. That's what made me go to Corland. Cuz she says, I'm a PR person, I can get you what you, what you need. And when I was trying to do this comeback, I kept getting the runaround and empty promises and cordless says I can get you back. And I didn't know the game had changed and companies had shut down and people have retired and died. Oh and so
Speaker 1 (40m 52s): Long
Speaker 2 (40m 52s): Time and now I'm gonna be
Speaker 1 (40m 53s): Long time in this industry. I mean the life cycle in this industry is very short.
Speaker 2 (40m 58s): Yes it is.
Speaker 1 (40m 60s): What other changes have you noticed in the industry since returning? And you mentioned the challenges that you got the run around. Have there been any others?
Speaker 2 (41m 10s): You know what, I'm gonna tell you something that's so weird to me when I was last doing this, and I know I'm going talk like a fossil. But your notoriety, your professionalism was on your merit. You know how good you did, how professional you know your job, you know what you were known for, your skill, your professional. Sure. Now what they say is how famous or how popular you make it in a movie is, how many Twitter followers do you have?
I'm like, yep, excuse me. How many friends do you have is, and I'm like, wait a minute. You know, how many votes do you have in if you're gonna be in the avn? So to me that is something that looks like a challenge because if you're not into social media today, and they, to me it's not about a skill or who you, it's like you are popular based on your followers and if you are an influencer, not your ability, your talent, right?
It's if you, you know how many followers you have and if you have enough followers or friend request or whatever, that's how you get your, how can I say your filming credits. And I thought what? And so you can be a person that can't act a lick, but if you have 200,000 followers, you can be known as this phenomenal, hey, you know, you can be mill for the year.
And I thought, oh, what happened to the talent? What happened to the skill? Yeah. And I, I'm not understanding, but that's the new way they're telling me how it goes. And I'm like, oh cuz in my day, if you did a good job and you sold movies, you know, so they told me when I, when I stepped in a movie company and I did a movie, I sold no less than 150,000 movies. Okay. And, and but they said no, that that doesn't work anymore.
It's about who, how many followers you have. And I'm talking, oh okay.
Speaker 1 (43m 39s): Social media has, social media has taken over the world, let's
Speaker 2 (43m 43s): Face it. And that's the way things
Speaker 1 (43m 44s): Go. Good and bad. Good and bad.
Speaker 2 (43m 46s): You have to be on the computer. That's what they tell me now. So I'm like, okay. So you have to be able to talk to your fans where, you know, before you would, you would do a email or hello and how you doing fan mail? No. You have to have so many, so many minutes a day that's based on, because if you're not in their, in in your public's face every day they say they forget you.
So it's not about, again, your work. They want you to give them their attention. That's different than, you know, you didn't have to do that before.
Speaker 1 (44m 27s): Right, right. So, so Sasha, how long do you see yourself doing porn and what do you still wanna accomplish?
Speaker 2 (44m 35s): I basically would like to let my fans see me. Like they said they wanna see me do Sasha work and see if I still have the it factor. And I says, yeah, it's, I didn't slow down. Matter of fact, I'm healthier than I was before. I enjoyed what I did. I, but I just don't know how long I want to do this because I, in a sense, to be honest with you, I can't see myself on no computer all day.
You know, I, I'm a performer so I would like to, I'm probably gonna be, cuz I have a, an agent who wants to promote me doing my dancing, my pole dancing all over the world. And I know dancing, that's gonna be something I take care of my mother as well. I take care of my mother between take care of my mother and performing. I know I'm not gonna be one that I can't give a lot of time on the computer, you know?
Sure. So, and I know that's the way of today. So if I had to choose between performing and being on the computer, it would be performing. That's who I am. So maybe it would be two years and then I'm out or maybe five years and I'm out. And I know some people hire people to just do their computer stuff. So maybe that's what I gotta do. But I'm a performer. Absolutely not a sit down computer person. I'm
Speaker 1 (45m 60s): Being honest. I, I'd suggest that I know people. I'm not gonna say who they are, who have a whole team that does that and Oh, beautiful. And they're now they're able to travel. We can talk offline about that. Yes. And I can, I can tell you who to talk to. Yeah, absolutely.
Speaker 2 (46m 17s): Absolutely. I like, I like performing. I would like to do some movies. I heard like, you know, when I was in the game it was Magazine, magazine Magazine. Now I heard a lot of the magazines have gone wayside cuz I would like to shoot for score again and Hustler. You know, I heard like, like I said, all that's gone. I had heard and a couple, a few, you know, cause when I was in the game was no
Speaker 1 (46m 39s): Us still around us Still around.
Speaker 2 (46m 41s): Okay. Okay. Because I had heard so many left, you know, and so I thought a few, maybe three or four companies to shoot for, do some dancing and then, you know, till I get bored. But, you know, and that's about it. And give a good show, give a good, you know, performance and I, I love my audience and my fans and, and that that'll be about it. You know, I used to love Bill when Bill passed.
It just almost broke me cuz him and I used to love, you know, just giving back to the people.
Speaker 1 (47m 19s): I get it. Well Sasha, hey, I'd like to thank you for being our guest today on Adult Site Broker talk. And I hope we'll have a chance to do this again sometimes
Speaker 2 (47m 27s): Soon. Well, I love, thank you for having me. I love being here and it was a pleasure and you are so much fun.
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