Drew Deveaux

I took it good for Queer Porn TV and I loved it.

Location: Toronto
Identities:
Genderqueer | Performer | Artist |
Activist | Lover | Fighter
What makes you queer?
My queerness runs deep. Its kinda written all over me and rushing through my blood. There really is no other way to describe it. Queer is a definition and simultaneously a deconstruction. Queer is the perfect word to describe the beautiful creation and destruction that happens in how I live, how I fuck.
How has being a queer porn star changed your life?
Through performing in porn, I’ve been able to take the world’s fucked up notions about trans women and fuck them into blissful oblivion. I really rejoice in getting the chance to tap into my creative sexual self and make those ideas become real and share them with others. I’ve loved meeting people who ‘get’ my work and my identity and I’m constantly blown away by the people that I meet in the process of making queer porn. Its sorta the worst kept secret that the queer porn world is full of not just incredibly sexy and talented people, but that they’re also gifted with killer smarts and sass. Performing, I think, taps into power of being sexually present and aware and takes it to a higher level, so through queer porn I’ve been able to push my own boundaries and ride my edge in ways that have been amazing and explosive. And to get paid, to have this as ‘my job’ is just something that gives me sublime joy many a day.  
Pitch your life as a reality tv show.
It would be a scrap out where all contestants had to demonstrate mastery over a bunch of random modern-day life skills, from cooking for a group of 20 each with their own unique food sensitivities to hot yoga marathons. Success is defined by overall stamina, making sassy double entendres, and keeping up good hair through all the sweat and messyness. The three judges would of course be a riduculously fabulous chubby femme with her signature leopard print bangles, a jaded haggard old drag queen who chain smokes and makes pervasive references to motorcycles and leather, and an obtuse and inaccessible queer theory professor dressed in black but who always and inexplicably gets the last word in amongst the three. And everyone would have to ride bikes.
Dish about a hot exhibitionist experience:
Oh so hard to pick one – damn you Queer Porn TV! I once met this sailor, well, she probably wasn’t in the navy. But really, that’s not what matters cause she was authentic surf and turf, a piece of meat washed up onto the land and into a leather bar. And my knowing eyes led to her buying hot shots and a that foreshadowed a kiss that still makes me wet to even just have my mind go there. We ditched that bar quick cause there was somewhere we needed to be. Couch surfing is great cause it means you don’t have to fork out for a hotel. It’s also great cause you can’t take someone back to your place, which forces you to get creative. And creativity and desire are a wicked hott combo. So we stumble through Noe Valley in San Francisco, which for all its charm, is bereft of alleyways and other fine shady places. An empty porch would have to suffice and we hold our moans as low as we could as we worked each other up into big wet frenzy. Until the lights snap on in the house above us. We whip it in as fast as we whipped it out and my sailor and I get our swollen spoiled asses outta there STAT.
What are your favorite sex toys?
The Stainless steel goodnes that Njoy makes is just pretty damn perfect. The weighty presence of the Eleven is living proof that God exists.
Tell us about your QPTV scene(s.)
My scene for QPTV happened at 2am after I flew into San Francisco from LA. I’d never met but often fantacized about my co-star, Mickey Mod. The scene we did was the most intense, high-charged scene I ever did. After shooting mainstream porn in LA earlier in the day (which can be a lot more measured with a lot of waiting around on set) I was really craving a wild, rowdy encounter rather than a staged, scripted pairing. And I definitely got that, and more.

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