This scene was Samantha38G’s first boy-girl. Back then, the blond bombshell was just “Samantha” and this babe was a smash from the begin, attracting countless fans. Later, the 38G suffix helped to create more of a recognizable name and made her images and episodes easier to discover in follow engines.
Her shag buddy in this mid-2001 scene was “Warren Piece,” a Tampa, Florida lorry driver and a regular at a nudist resort. That stud tried making a go of it as a competent porn gent but a visit to Los Angeles proved how hard it was for a man to break into that closed-off section of the industry and, at the time (2001), there were not many adult entertainment companies in Florida. By 2002, Warren was back in “civilian” life.
“I always knew I could be a star, that I had that ‘thing,’ u know,” Samantha told in a chat with a TSG editor. She had confidence and energy to spare. “But it was a large step to make that commitment to it ‘cuz like I told previous to, when u do, it restrictions your options. A lot of things are then closed off to you. Don’t receive me wrong. When you acquire into adult modeling, you’re open about your sexuality and you’re open with yourself, and that is the great part about it. But you know how judgmental tons of the world can be and how boys adore to separate cuties into 2 distinct areas: your Gingers or your Mary Anns, the beauties you desire to bonk and the cuties u wanna marry. I am a Mary Ann at heart, but I’m usually perceived as a Ginger coz my sexuality is all almost any people know about me.
“So one time u receive into exposed modeling, there are plenty of jobs that are closed off to u. Jobs at banks, corporate jobs. I guess being open about sexuality still scares plenty of people, and that’s sad. Plenty of people say, ‘Oh, the porn industry is so terrible,’ and I think, ‘And the corporate world isn’t?’ Think about it. When your 401K plan has been eaten up or disappeared love at Enron, that was a terrible thing. I consider my industry to be no different. There’re sharks in one as well as the other waters.”