TrenchcoatX.com In the Press
"...something else the founders built into the site from its earliest days: a system to filter videos by what viewers want to see and—critically—filter out what they don’t."
- The Observer
Now, if you’re a couple who has a short collective attention span and likes a whole lot of different videos to choose from during any one sexual experience, TRENCHCOATx.com is a great site for you.. It has a fun, online magazine feel so you never feel weird or seedy scrolling.
Porn has never been known for its delicate treatment of marginalized sex groups--and that clearly includes older performers.
"There's an explosion of female-centric things right now."
- International Business Times
"The rates haven't changed in 20 years."
- LA Weekly
XBIZ Female Perfomer of the Year Katrina Jade is Kross' star and muse in this and Kross told me that it is "the most badass thing I've ever shot on either side of the camera", which is really, really saying a lot given the marvelous career that Kross has had.
"When you start hitting on emotionally uncomfortable things, I think it’s only fair to give them warning,” she said. “In my mind, to get something really good you’re going to get something that hits the emotional aspect of an interaction, otherwise it’s just mechanical."
McSweeney's : 100 ASSPOCALYPSES AND OTHER ASSPOCALYPSES: AUTHOR LUCY CORIN AND PORN STAR KAYDEN KROS
Kayden Kross and Lucy Corin discuss Lucy's One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses, and—amongst much else—window shade drawstring warning labels, the values of reading precociously as children, and how Lucy's stories operate more like porn than the current porn industry does.
"We had so much experience in this industry, we knew that if we named the organization something obscure, it would be better," says Kross.
- Fast Company
"Think about the MILF/teen dichotomy,” pornographer and writer Stoya told me earlier this year. “There’s no third or other option for female age. The system demands the impossible—that you’re either a MILF or a teen."
- The Nation