Nigerian pornstar, Juliet Simeon says acting in porn does not mean she cannot enjoy sex herself.
According to Juliet, pornographic film performance is not all acting, and do not in any way imply that she does not derive any sexual pleasure.
"I like what I’m doing and enjoy doing it," she told AllNews in an exclusive chat on Tuesday.
Juliet expressed dismay about what she feels are 'misconceptions' Nigerians have about pornstars, hinging it on the adult film actors' raunchy nature.
"I don’t know why. Many Nigerians just come online to do as if they hate porn and actors [even though a lot of them secretly watch it].
"And maybe, because of the way we open our body for everyone to see. I can't really say."
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Juliet Simeon (first from right) with Kingtblakhoc (center), and 'Ladygold' in Osun State filming
In other respects, the adult film entertainer says having featured in films in the past with the likes of Tobiloba Jolaoso, widely known as Kingtblakhoc and 'Ladygold', she would love to work specifically with Ajibola Elizabeth Omotayo, popularly known as 'Maami Igbagbo' and Uglygalz (real name, Mareme).
Nigeria has a silently exploding porn epidemic with the internet playing a major role.
AllNews understands that the West African country has no national law prohibiting pornography. The Cybercrime (Prohibition Prevention) Act, 2015 only bans child pornography.
While porn research remains difficult to carry out in Nigeria, a 2016 study researched the influence of internet exposure on sexual behaviour of young persons who are studying at the University of Ibadan (UI), southwest Nigeria.
According to the researchers, Oyedunni Sola Arulogun, Ifeyinwa Arinze Ogbu, and Isaac Oluwafemi Dipeolu, more Nigerian young persons are getting exposed to pornography at a rapid rate. 72% of the study participants said they have visited porn sites.
Their reactions included glancing through before closing (45.2%), closure of the sites (38.5%), and minimising page to view later (12.5%).
Post-exposure influence on behaviour included engagement in oral sex (48.3%), body tattoo (18.3%), having multiple sexual partners (11.6%) and homosexuality (5.0%).
The result of the study showed that more males and frequent porn viewers were likely to report a change in sexual behaviour.