Friday, December 18, 2009

Porn Stud of the Week: Danny Wylde chats with Lucy Vonne


I have been slacking a little bit finding you porn studs but I'm about to make it up to you right now. Danny Wylde is adorable and sexy and was so fun and interesting to talk to. He is not your typical male porn star, he breaks the mold. Not only has he appeared in straight movies but has dabbled in the gay ones. Nothing wrong with that. His views on sexual identity are refreshing and real. I really can't wait to see what he does in the future. Whether it happens in the porn world or not I see him doing big things.



Plus people he is HOT! Seriously so cute. I bet he is really fun to make out with and maybe then some. I always get a smile on my face when he pops up on screen. He was really sweet to talk to. Like I want to be friends with him in real life. Wanna do some masturbating of your own to him? You can find him in the following films; Bree's Big Camp Out, Horat, Good Morning Woody, On My Dirty Knees, Tristan Taormino's Rough Sex, Busty Loads and Bad Luck Betties.

Click read more to check out my interview with this delicious man!

Lucy Vonne: How’s life in the world of Danny Wylde?

Danny Wylde: How’s life in the world of Danny Wylde, um well it’s good. Should I talk about something specific? (laughs)

Lucy Vonne: (laughs) Well you said you were shooting today, what are you doing today?

Danny Wylde: Today I’m shooting for Bluebird, which is a relatively new company. I think they’ve been around awhile but just started shooting content this past six months. I’m working with someone named Michelle who I’ve never met before.

Lucy Vonne: What made you want to get into the porn industry?

Danny Wylde: Do you want a short story or a long story?

Lucy Vonne: Whichever one you would like.

Danny Wylde: Well I guess the first time, I was like 19 and moved out of my mom’s house for the first time to go to school in Santa Cruz which is a little south of San Francisco. And it’s really hard to get a job with out a college degree and I was working on my degree. So basically to pay for school I applied for this website in San Francisco call Men In Pain which is kind of like, have you heard of Kink.com?

Lucy Vonne: Yes.

Danny Wylde: And I was also studying feminist film theory around that time cause I’m a film major. We were talking about this film theorist named Laura Mulvey who said classical Hollywood cinema was from a male point of view and objectified the female. She talked about the sadistic ways and voyeurism and at that time I was pretty sure if that was one theory of mainstream film then pornography would be the epitome of that. So when I was looking through Craigslist for regular jobs, at that time they didn’t have an adult section so the adult stuff was kind of filtered through the random gigs section. I was writing a paper on that topic and thought it might be an interesting experience too if the roles were reversed and the man was in the submissive position. So I applied for it and didn’t think they would get back to me and if they did I wouldn’t know about it. But when I went to work for them they ended up being some of the most professional people I have ever met. They kept calling me back so I did more stuff. And then I met people who introduced me to people in L.A. and it went from there.

Lucy Vonne: Now speaking of school I noticed you went to four different colleges, how come so many?

Danny Wylde: Well two of them are community colleges. Well I quit high school when I was 15 or 16 and got my GED. I sort of made a pact with my mom that if I were to do that I would get a college degree and start at a community college. So at first I didn’t really know what I wanted to do so I was just taking general ed stuff. Then in California they have community colleges for certain universities, so that’s why I moved to Santa Cruz because I wanted to go to UC Santa Cruz. The college I originally got into was that school but then I had to wait one semester before I could go there. But the deal was you had to stay in school. I don’t know, so I went to one semester at the Santa Cruz community college and then one year at UC Santa Cruz and that was when I started doing porn. I had met my ex girlfriend during that time who was the one who introduced me to a bunch of people that started my career in Los Angeles. At the same time I was flying to Los Angeles more often and UC Santa Cruz doesn’t have the best film production program in the first place. So I applied really late in the semester to the only places that were still accepting submissions but I didn’t actually get in that following year. But I moved to L.A. anyways. And I just, I wasn’t really working that often. It’s pretty hard to get in as a guy. But then I applied to USC and got in there and I’ve been working more and doing the school thing and I’m about to graduate in two weeks actually. (As of now Danny has graduated, congrats!)

Lucy Vonne: That’s awesome and you have a film degree right?

Danny Wylde: Yeah.

Lucy Vonne: What made you want to get into film?

Danny Wylde: Originally it was little arbitrary. I was really into music as a kid I thought that was going to be my emphasis. I was in a band, I played guitar in like a hardcore metal band all through high school. And then I kind of got into like photography as a hobby and I also really like to read and write short stories. Then when I was looking for majors I started studying music at first. Music theory is just kind of a bummer to go through so was looking for other majors and film encompassed all my other interests. You get to work with sound and a narrative and be in a studio. So I just kind of pursued that and got more and more interested in that.

Lucy Vonne: When you’re on set because of your background will they let you help out behind the scenes or just perform?

Danny Wylde: I don’t usually. Sometimes I mention it and some people know that’s my background but really as talent id rather not get involved in that. I have worked for Eon Mckai at Vivid Alt a little bit. Especially during my year off from school, at that point I wasn’t that knowledgeable. I didn’t know too much about production because they didn’t have a lot of production classes at UC Santa Cruz. During that time they actually taught me a lot about set etiquette and lighting and just how to do stuff with a super low budget because porn really doesn’t use money to be made except they pay their actors a lot more.

Lucy Vonne: Do you want to use your film skills and do porn production or do you want to get into more mainstream work?

Danny Wylde: At this point I’m not really interested in shooting porn. I’m really interested in representing my ideas on sexual ideology. I wont say I won’t do porn if the option comes ups with something interesting. I don’t know what’s in the future but I’m definitely not pursuing that at this point.

Lucy Vonne: Now when you say you want to represent your sexual ideology what do you mean by that? Like do you think you see things differently then other people or….?

Danny Wylde: Well I basically view, I don’t know if this is something to say on this website but I identify as being queer at least. Basically my sexual lifestyle is not in the heterosexual mold. I mean originally when I started doing porn in the S&M field, I have done some gay stuff in the past. But I kind of not talked about that in my mainstream career because it’s not really appropriate. I don’t know, there are a lot of really homophobic people in the straight industry. My quitting it more had a lot to do with the lack of protection and the lack of testing several years ago. From what I’ve heard that’s changed a lot. But just also I don’t really believe in strictly monogamous relationships. There’s a lot of stuff wrapped up in my queer identity and also just represent people from different backgrounds who don’t identity with the straight hetero normative sexual identity or practice. Such as sex workers and so forth, just representing different communities. I tried to do that recently in my student films. Not all of them but there’s definitely are some little creative things that I’ve put in there.

Lucy Vonne: Yeah I was going to ask about that because I saw on your Myspace you identify as bi. So how long have you felt that way is it something you’ve always known?

Danny Wylde: Yeah I mean I think since being in middle school I started to feel that way. And to be honest most of my earlier experiences were with men before I started doing porn, which shortly before that point I started having sexual experiences with women. And I don’t know now whether it’s a matter of conditioning from having done so much hetero pornography, but I was also in a relationship for 3 years with a woman, I feel more sexually turned on by women at this point. But I think that I’m still more interested in portraying queer sex in my work if that makes sense.

Lucy Vonne: That makes complete sense. Do you have any memorable on set experiences?

Danny Wylde: Yeah um I think there’s certain people who have made just working a lot of fun. Like for example there’s this director Tristan Taormino who I think is one of my favorite people to work for as far as a director. Part of directing porn is I think you need to create a really safe environment for your performers to do what they do. And you want to catch any real chemistry between them I thinks that’s really important. She usually does and she asks performers who they want to work with. Which helps a lot because most of the time you end up on set with whomever and it’s like nice to meet you and then you’re having sex. Sometimes it’s fun and sometimes is completely quite the opposite. I think it’s nice expecting to work with someone you’ve wanted to and she also creates a great environment. So for example I did a scene with Sasha Grey that was really fun for her rough sex movie. Which was like a switch scene that I have never done before. Which is basically, it wasn’t S&M or anything but in the rough sex world we went back and forth between the submissive and dominant roles. I also like working for Madison Young, she’s a lot of fun. She does some really interesting movies. I guess I didn’t really answer your question. (laughs)

Lucy Vonne: (laughs) That’s ok. So I’ve actually read a few interviews with girls who have said you’re one of their favorites to work with or they really want to work with you. How’s that make you feel that you’re a wanted guy to work with?

Danny Wylde: Aw I didn’t really know, actually I knew one person who said that but that’s good. That makes me feel really good. Honestly that’s kind of like an ego boost in some way. Yeah I’m not even one of the top male talent or one of the guys they put the spotlight on so that definitely makes me feel good.

Lucy Vonne: Well there is a yahoo group dedicated to you.

Danny Wylde: (laughs) Is that true?

Lucy Vonne: Yeah I found it last night. It’s just like the Danny Wylde yahoo group and they all talk about you.

Danny Wylde: Wow.

Lucy Vonne: You have like a little fan base following.

Danny Wylde: Interesting.

Lucy Vonne: Do your friends ever get you to try to introduce them to the girls on set or try to go with you to set?

Danny Wylde: My closet friends not really. I kind of like have acquaintances like my neighbor who cuts hair and is always wanting me to recommend girls to come in and get their hair done that has not happened yet. But people are pretty respectful of that. My close friends probably understand that’s not going to happen. I mean if we are hanging out and sometimes with people who do porn but that’s a different situation.

Lucy Vonne: What’s your favorite sexual position?

Danny Wylde: I’m pretty basic, I like cowgirl where I can see the girls face, which is really important to me. So even though doggie is a lot of fun they’re not looking at you and it’s harder to connect in that moment. Basically anything where I get to see her face.

Lucy Vonne: Do you have any special skills that you like to whip out during a scene or what not?

Danny Wylde: Special skills, um not necessarily. I mean it all depends on the person or what’s happening and what we are doing. I mean that’s part of the fun of porn, you get to work with a different person everyday and try new things. I mean from porn some things I have picked up I probably wouldn’t have otherwise. Like for example the way to make a girl squirt pretty much no matter what with the fingering motion and hitting their g spot I use in real life.

Lucy Vonne: That’s a very good skill to have.

Danny Wylde: Yeah it’s fun I like when that happens. I don’t like when people just pee on me though.

Lucy Vonne: Has that happened before?

Danny Wylde: Yeah, do you want a weird story?

Lucy Vonne: Yes I do.

Danny Wylde: I used to work a lot with older women because I’m one of the younger guys in the industry, especially a few years ago. And companies wanted me to do milf all the time. Some girl I forget her name but I probably shouldn’t say her name she’s older I would say, and it was a squirting film and she would just pee on me. I wasn’t even inside her or I had pulled out. She would make the cumming face, which didn’t make any sense for what was going on and she would just pee. I kept looking at the director and he was shaking his head the whole time. You just close your eyes and picture another place. I don’t know it was a very awkward experience and I ended up having to drive her home. Well I didn’t have to but she asked.

Lucy Vonne: When you were little what did you want to be when you grew up?

Danny Wylde: When I was really little I think I actually wanted to be an actor when I was in second or third grade or something like that, which I guess I did fulfill to some degree.

Lucy Vonne: You did fulfill it. Are you going to the AVNs this year?

Danny Wylde: That’s a good question I don’t know. I’m not nominated for anything and I don’t have anything to promote at this point especially within that industry. If I do it will just be because one of my friends is going or something. But generally with the expos and stuff if it’s L.A. I’ll go for like one day. But even if I know a lot of people there especially like the girls or whatever I don’t want to stand in line to see my friends or bother a bunch of patrons trying to take pictures. I think people go there for a specific reason and I’m probably not that reason and I don’t really want to interfere.

Lucy Vonne: What do you want to say to all your female fans out there, we already know you have a group and a following?

Danny Wylde: Well I never considered this or having fans but thank you. Keep watching. I don’t know. Do you guys want to see anything special, what do you want fans?

Lucy Vonne: If they do want to tell you what they want where should they find you?

Danny Wylde: I’m on Twitter. I’m also on Myspace but to be honest I don’t check it that often.

Lucy Vonne: I’m going to send all the female fans that way. I’m actually going to post that on that yahoo group and see how many people freak out and go find you.

Danny Wylde: Are you sure they’re female fans on the yahoo group? Most of my emails on Myspce are from the male gender.

Lucy Vonne: Oh really?

Danny Wylde: Yeah there are a lot of old dudes. Or I’ll get a message from a woman that when I look at the profile it’s like one picture and there’s no information filled out and it’s like I’m pretty sure it’s a fake profile but or not.

Lucy Vonne: You never know.

Danny Wylde: That’s true. I mean I’ll talk to you on Twitter. I’m not a mean guy and if you message me with questions I will respond.

Lucy Vonne: Thank you very much for talking to me today.

Danny Wylde: No problem, I appreciate you taking the time to interview me it was fun.

Lucy Vonne: No problem. I like to highlight the men of porn because no one really does.

Danny Wylde: That’s true. Well I appreciate your efforts. Thanks.

Lucy Vonne: You’re welcome and good luck with everything in the future.


6 comments:

DominaDoll said...

Sweet! What an awesome interview with Danny! I <3 him even more than before. Very cool that he was studying film and feminist film theory as well. Thanks Lucy!

Mollygee said...

Danny is so hot. Glad he is into women. I like these sweet, smart very cute ones. Thanks for exposing us to Danny, Lucy! My newest fantasy!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Danny for proving that homosexuality is a choice and can be cured and changed. Though this is not a conventional way of conversion therapy, but I think this would fall under behavior modification.

Homosexual behavior is not natural or normal, and Mr. Wylde's subsequent realization of this and now being more attracted to women is proof that homosexuality is a choice and does not need any special or additional rights.

Thank you Danny, like it or not you are an inspiration to parents with children who struggling with this issue.

Greg said...

Bravo, Anonymous! Countless homosexuals insist that homosexuality is not a choice and you choose to ignore them. Then one bisexual porn star admits he's into men but prefers women and suddenly you have proof that homosexuality is a choice! Genius!

Anonymous said...

Fuck off, homosexuality is not a choice, what are you ten or are you religious. But wait, if you are religious what are you doing watching porn, it is a sin. Grow up

Anonymous said...

Homosexuality is not a choice... if it is, then there would be no homo's at all... society has never been that easy to gay people so, if it is as easy as choosing, who would choose a harder path of life? being being bullied and ridiculed is not a good feeling...