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List of Pornstars

As its BedReallyIsIt’s second birthday🎉 I thought I’d give you guys something helpful to find the videos you’re looking for.

Below is a list of MOST of the pornstars you’ll be able to search for and find in this blog. Ignore the letters, but the numbers are the ratings I give them based on their videos. The star * means premium so some of the best pornstars have stars. Just type their name into the search bar and you’ll see all their videos. Enjoy!

(This list will be edited over time)

Aaliyah Love - 7,G
Aaliyah Hadid - 7
Abby Lee Brazil - 6
Abella Anderson - 7,U,B
Abella Danger *
Abigail Mac - 8,B
Adriana Chechik - 7,B
Aidra Fox - 6,B
Aj Applegate - 7,B
Alaina Kristar 6, U, B
Alaina Love - 6,B
Alana Evans - 6, S
Alanah Rae *
Aletta Ocean - 6,B
Alexa Grace - 7,B,G
Alexa Pierce - 6,G
Alexa Tomas - 7,B
Alexia Rae - 6
Alexis Breeze *, G
Alexis Ford - 8, B
Alexis Rodriguez 7,B
Alexis Texas - * S
Alice March - 6,B
Alison Tyler- 7
Allie Haze - 8, B,G
Amanda Lane - 7, G
Amia Miley - 8
Amy Reid - 7
Anastasia Lux - 6,G
Angela White - 8,B
Angelica Heart - 9,B
Anikka Albrite - * S
Anissa Kate - 7
Anna Bell Peaks - 8,B
Antonia Sainz - 7,B
Anya Ivy - 9,B
Apolonia Lapiedra - 8,B
Ariana Marie - 7
Asa Akira - 8,B
Ash Hollywood - 7, G
Ashley Adams - 7,B
Ashley Fires - 7
Ashlyn Molloy - 8
Aubrey Gold - 8
August Ames - 9
August Taylor - 8,B
Aurora Jolie - 8
Austin Taylor - * S
Ava Adams - 8,B
Avril Sun - 6,B
Bailey Bae - 8
Bailey Brooke - 8
Bella Bellz - 6
Blondie Boom - 6, B
Blondie Fesser - 6, S
Brandi Love - 8, B
Breanne Benson - 8
Brianna Love - 8,B
Bugatti Bubblez - 8,B,G
Cadence Lux - 6
Cali Carter - 8
Candice Dare 7, B
Carla Cox - 6, B
Carmen Callaway - 7
Cassandra Nix - 8
Chanel Preston - 8, B
Chanell Heart - 8
Chantel Fox - 8,B,G
Cherie Deville - 9, G
Christy Mack *
Ciara Bugatti - 8,B
Cindy Starfall - 7, B, S
Claire Robbins - 6
Columbia - 7,G
Corina Blake - 8,G
Dakota James - 9, B, G
Dakota Skye - 7, B, P
Dani Daniels - 9, B, G
Dani Dolce - 8
Dayna Vendetta - 7, B
Dessirae Rose - 6, B
Destiny Dixon - 9,B
Diamond Foxxx - 8
Diamond Kitty 7,B, U
Dillion Harper - 7, B
Donna Red - 7,B,G
Elsa Dream - 8,B,G
Emma Heart - 7,G
Emma Starr - 5
Erica Fontes - 9,B
Eva Lovia *
Farrah Flower - 7
Felicity Feline - 7
Flower Tucci - *
Foxy Di - 7,G
Franceska Jaimes - 7,G
Gia Paige - 7
Gianna Nicole - 8, G
Gigi Rivera - 7, P
Gina Valentina - 7
Goldie Ortiz - 7
Halle Von - 8 (new)
Harley Dean - 8
Harley Jade - 7
Holly Halston - 8
Holly Michaels - 8,B
Isabella Obregón - 6, P
Isabella Taylor - 8,G
Izzy Bell - 7, G
Jada Stevens * S
Jade Nile - 7
Jamie Jackson - 7
Jamie Valentine 6, P
Janice Griffith - 8, G
Jayden James - 7, B
Jayla Foxx - 8,G
Jaylene Rio - 7
Jasmine Summers - 8, G
Jazmin Kashmere - 7
Jenni Lee - 9, B
Jennifer White - 7, B
Jessa Rhodes - 6
Jessica Hull - 7, B
Jessie Rodgers - 7,G
Jillian Janson - 8,G
Juelz Ventura - 7, B, G
Julianna Vega *
Jynx Maze - * S
Kagney Linn Karter - 8, G
Kami Andrews - 7, G
Kapri Styles - 8, G
Kapriznaya - 7 (new)
Karen White - 7
Karla Kush - 8,B,P
Karlee Grey - 7,G
Karmen Karma - 6 , G
Kate England - 7,B, G
Katerina Kay - 7, G
Katie St.Ives - 8, B
Katrina Jade *
Keisha Grey - 7, B
Kelly Diamond - 7, G
Kelly Divine - *
Kelsi Monroe *
Kendra Lust - 8,B
Kiara Mia - 7 B,P
Kiera Winters - (Pending)
Kiki Minaj - 9, B,G
Kimber Lee - 8,P
Kimmy Granger - 7, G
Kimmy Olsen 5, P
Kira Adams - 7, G
Kitty Caprice - 9
Kitty Kat - 8
Krissy Lynn - 8,B
Kristina Rose 9,B,G
Kylie Page - 8
Layla London - 7
Layla Price - 8,B
Leah Gotti - 7,B
Lela Star -7, G
Lezley Zen - 8,B
Lily Love - 7
Lily Rader - 7
Lisa Ann - 8
Liza Del Sierra - 9,B
Liza Rowe *
Lizzie Bell - 8
Lola Bulgari - 9
Lola Taylor 6
London Keyes - 8
Lucy Tyler - 6, Sy
Luna Star - 8,G,B
Luscious Lopez - 7
Maci May - 7, G
Maddy O'Reilly - 8
Madison Chandler *
Madison Ivy - 7
Madison Parker - 8
Mahogany Bliss - 7
Makayla Cox - 6
Makenna Blue - 8
Mandy Muse - 8, G
Manuel Ferrara - 8,B
Marie Luv - 7,B,G,U
Marley Brinx - 7
Marsha May - 7,B
Mattie Borders - 7
Maya Bijou - 8,B,G
Mea Melone - 7,G
Megan Rain - 8,B,G
Melanie Memphis - 8,G
Melina Mason - 7
Mellanie Monroe - 6,B
Mercedes Carrera - 6,G
Mia Khalifa - 8,B,G
Mia Malkova - *
Mia Pearl - 8
Michelle Martinez - 9,B
Mika Tan - 8,B,G
Miko Lee - 8,B,G
Mischa Brooks - 8,B
Miss Cherokee (Pending)
Missy Martinez - 7, G
Monica Santhiago - 8,B,G
Monique Alexander - 8
Ms Natural - 7,B
Nadia Styles - 7,G
Naomi Woods - 7
Natalia Starr - 8
Natalie Monroe - 8,B
Naughty Sinnamon - 8,B,G
Nicole Aniston - 8,B,G
Nikki Benz - 7
Nikki Nine - 8
Ninety Nine - 8,G
Nyomi Banxxx - 8,B
Patty Michova - 6, G, B
Paula Shy - 5,B
Payton West - 8
Pinky - 8,B
Piper Perri - 7,G
Rachel Roxxx - 5
Rachel Starr - 9,B,G
Rahyndee James - 8
Rebecca Linares - 7,B
Rebecca Moore - 8,B
Remy Lacroix - *, B, G
Rikki Six - 7,G
Riley Reid - 8,B
Roc and Shay - 9
Romi Rain - 8,G,B
Roxy Heat - 8
Roxy Reynolds - 9
Ryan Conner - 8,G
Ryan Ryder - 7 Ryan Smiles - 7,G
Sadie Blair - 7,G
Sandra Luberc - 7
Samantha Saint - 7,B,G
Sammie Spades - 7,G
Sara Jay - 8, G
Sarah Banks - 8,B,G
Sasha Grey - 7
Satin Bloom - 6, G
Savannah Fox - 5, G
Scarlett Wild - 6
Shae Summers - 6 B
Sheena Shaw - 7,B, P
Shrima Malati - 7
Shyla Stylez - 7,G
Sinnamon Love - 9,B,G
Skin Diamond - 8,B
Sophia Castello - 9
Sophia Leone - 5, B, P
Sophia Steele - 7,B
Sophie Dee - 8,G
Staci Silverstone - 7
Stacy Jay - 9,G
Stevie Shae - 8
Summer Brielle - 8
Sunny Lane - 6,B
Sydney Cole - 8
Taylor Whyte - 5
Teanna Trump - *
Tiffany Mynx - 9,G
Tiffany Watson - 6, B, G
Tory Lane - 8
Trixie Tao - 7, B, G
Uma Jolie - 7,B
Valentina Nappi - 7,B,G
Valerie Kay - 7
Valerie Luxe - 6.5,B,U
Veronica Avluv - 7, G
Veronica Rodriguez - 7,B
Vicki Chase - 9,B
Victoria Cakes - 8,G
Victoria Summers - 6.5, B, P
Virgo Peridot - 6, B, G
Whitney Westgate - 7, B
Willow Hayes - 8, G, B
Zaya Cassidy - 8,B,G

Imagine Your OTP
  • Person A: *Kisses B's forehead*
  • Person B: *frowns* You missed
  • Person A: ...?
  • Person B: *Leans forward and kisses A's lips*

He was always friendly, a very nice and gentle person. He complimented me on my looks and my personality because he was into people’s personalities more than what they looked like. Maybe that’s why I got to liking him. And we shared the same interest in music — we both liked The Lemonheads. Those days must have been like the late ‘60s all over again — people were just going out and doing whatever during that time. We spent about a month or two together, and I kept in contact with him. I was living in Hollywood and he would stay with me, then I’d go over to his motel. At the time there was a motel across from the Roxy, but they tore it down.


[…] He was a real sweetheart; a little skinny, but attractive, small-boned, and not as tall as I usually go for, but he was hot looking. A lot of our relationship consisted of going to get dope, coming back, and doing it. We just became friendly in that way. I never had great self-esteem, and Kurt had the same problem. He was the most kindhearted rock star I’ve been with, definitely. It’s funny because both of us were the same way. I don’t know who was more outgoing of the two — probably me, because he was so shy. I never understood why, but he had the same problem I had: self-loathing. I can’t say I feel like that today because I like myself now. But I still have this scary other side that Kurt had all over. He didn’t feel worthy of anything, you know? That’s why I think when he became famous he couldn’t handle it. It was overwhelming, and he didn’t feel deserving of it, and that’s really tragic.


[…] We didn’t stay in touch after the thing with Courtney started; I played a small part in his life, and I don’t want Courtney coming up to me going, “I’m gonna kick your butt.” She’s an outspoken, strong person, and I understand why he was attracted to her. I think she’s really cool, and I don’t feel she’s at all responsible for Kurt’s death, and I hate people who say she is. I was very saddened when I heard he had killed himself. But I wasn’t shocked; I saw it coming. He used to try to find ways to hurt himself. I don’t think he understood the impact he would make or even dreamed that he’d make the impact he did.

—  Groupie Miss B talking about Kurt CobainLet’s Spend the Night Together: Backstage Secrets of Rock Muses and Supergroupies (2007)
Yes this LGBT mini-series “WHEN WE RISE” is a big deal AND there is no bisexual representation. The B is missing from this epic LGBT docu-drama. When LGBT people rose in San Francisco [and everywhere else], we rose together. Bisexuals worked shoulder to shoulder with Cleve Jones, Ken Jones, Roma Guy and Cecilia Chung whose lives are featured. This is not to take away from their incredible contributions; this is to point out what might not be noticed in the excitement of watching “When We Rise”.
The suppression and silencing of bisexual contributions, history, and culture serves no one, especially our multi-generation LGBTQI community/movement. Williams Institute and Pew research among others show there are more self identified bisexuals than gay and lesbian people put together. Forty percent of self identified bisexual people are people of color. Bisexual suicide, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, rape, stalking, poverty, alcohol/drug/nicotine rates are higher than for gay, lesbian and heterosexual people. The ongoing casual and sometimes callous disregard of bisexual people and our lives is unacceptable and fueling a bisexual mental/physical health crisis. Excluding and isolating anyone in our community hurts all of us, especially in these dangerous times. What are you able to do to stand with and stand up for bisexual people and challenge biphobia, misinformation and ignorance – including perhaps your own?
Aloha,
Lani Ka’ahumanu
—  Lani Ka’ahumanu, prominent bisexual activist and author 

Lately, I’ve been seeing something slightly bothersome around studyblr, and I just want to say something about it. Basically, there seems to be this attitude cropping up (or at least that I’ve seen/heard about more frequently these days) that your grades reflect your level of effort, or that by simply working hard and putting more effort in, your grades will automatically improve. I disagree.

Yes, there are certainly some cases where you’re already proficient in a class and if you just put in the extra time to study, you’d do better. But there are some classes where grades are not a measure of the level of effort you put in, and therein lies my biggest issue with the grading system and these types of studyblr posts in general. This was certainly the case with me in honors physics (so bear with me, because I have a very large point to make with the following anecdote).

Personally, I’ve always had “easy A” classes where I don’t have to work hard; my brain and academic strengths simply favor me in that particular subject, so with minimal effort I can still be top in the class. And then I see peers who go in for tutoring every day, who spend hours studying and meeting with teachers, who basically invest 100 times the effort I do… and still can’t get above a B or C.

This is not to mention people who take classes that are “reaches” and, accordingly, don’t do so well – even though they work hard – because it’s a challenge. Then there are those who take lower level classes but have capabilities beyond that – and don’t need to put effort in – thus giving them an unfairly easy A. Does their A mean that they work harder? That they’re a better student, studier, scholar, intellectual? Hell to the no.

English is one of those “easy A” classes for me. I’m just innately strong in verbal-linguistic intelligence (going off of Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences), so I’ve literally never had to study for English tests or reading comp/writing. But put me in other classes, particularly science classes? Well, that’s something else entirely.

Which brings me to junior year honors physics. 

Guys, I studied my ASS off, for hours at a time. I desperately Skyped people in my class nearly every night to try to understand the homework and spent every lunch block trying to master the material. I met with my physics teacher and tutor all the time and had a dozen anxiety attacks (and I mean actual, diagnosed anxiety attacks) over that one class because I tried harder than I’ve ever tried… and I got a B for the whole year. I was the one who dreaded seeing that red number scrawled on my test, who shoved it into my backpack before others could see and blinked back tears, thinking, But I studied so hard!

Physics was a nightmare I was desperate to forget by the end of junior year. But then a couple things happened that shocked me, and I instantly thought of them when I read some of these posts about good effort = good grades.

Now, my physics teacher, who has a reputation for being on the strict side and being a tough grader, has had four teaching assistants (TAs) in five years of teaching. Most science teachers at my school have as many as five a year. At the end of 11th grade, after I’d scraped by with a B in his class, he asked me if I wanted to be a TA. Out of the entire grade – out of the multitude of students I’d watched parade past with straight A’s and “that test was so easy” and “I barely studied” and “sorry Edye I don’t know how else to explain it to you” – he chose me.

I think I (very graciously) blurted out, “What? Why?” because I was so taken aback. He said that I was hardworking and dedicated – that I’d always gone above and beyond in my studying and meeting with him – and he wanted someone like me to be a TA. I was flattered, and I thoroughly enjoyed being a TA during senior year. (Also, anyone who doesn’t think he’s super nice is incredibly wrong. He’s awesome.)

Two years later, I got to read his college recommendation for me. Bear in mind that I was not, based on my grades, a top student in his class. And this is what he wrote for his opening line:

Honors Physics is a rigorous course that draws from the strongest students in the junior class and Edye proved to be one of those students.

What? He had seen my report card, right? I got worse grades than all of my friends. I got a goddamn 66 on a test in that class, my all time low. He continued:

One of the many examples of Edye’s commitment [is when she] had been ill and missed quite a bit of school and consequently had a lot of school work to make up in all of her classes.  Many students in this situation would take one or more classes pass / fail for the quarter; Edye would not take the pass/fail option and insisted she complete all the work and complete it with the grade she would earn.  She did in fact complete all of the work and with a B-.  A remarkable accomplishment considering she kept current with her studies while making up all of the missed work.

He called a B-minus “a remarkable accomplishment.” Did he say “too bad she didn’t put enough effort in, which was reflected in a B-minus” or “she only got a B-minus, so I guess she didn’t try hard enough”? No, he praised the amount of effort I put in, even though I didn’t even get a “good” grade.

I’m hardly one to knock putting in effort, but what bothers me is that this attitude, that effort = good grades, has the potential to make people feel bad. To feel like if they aren’t acing a class even though they’re studying harder than anybody else, well, they just aren’t trying hard enough. Yes, grades are important. So is effort. But they are not always directly correlated. As is evidenced by my story, sometimes people who get lower grades have worked even harder then those who got high grades. And, if they’re lucky, this will be acknowledged. (I can certainly attest that while I’ve been praised by English teachers for my writing skills and intellect, they’ve never singled me out for putting in an exceptional amount of effort. They know that while I’m proactive and responsible, I don’t try super hard because, well, I don’t really need to in order to get a good grade.)

Encourage other students to put in a reasonable amount of effort; recommend different study methods. But don’t tell them that good effort = good grades. Teach them to measure their success by looking at how productive they’re being, how proactive they are in reaching out for help, how dedicated they are to their education, how resilient they are in the face of obstacles, how committed they are to school. Admire those who refuse to take the easy way out, even if they only get a C. These qualities, which are far more important than a 4.0, just don’t always translate directly into good grades.

I dislike seeing this message all over Tumblr, that to get better grades you just have to try harder – which carries with it the implication that if you don’t get good grades, it’s because you aren’t putting enough effort in – when I know from firsthand experience that this is not always true. I strongly believe in trying to be the best student you can be, rather than trying to be in the top 5%. But in the end, do what works for you. Just take it with a grain of salt.

And to my followers, and anyone reading this… please know that, if you work hard regardless of your grades, you are already a model student, and you are absolutely someone I look up to.

(fill in the blanks below with the answer of best-fit)

1. i miss _____
    a. your smile
    b. our conversations at two am
    c. myself, before i met you

2. i still ______
    a. love you
    b. think about you
    c. resent you

3. what if ______?
    a. you still loved me
    b. i still loved you

—   a multiple choice test // mg.c 

do you miss even the ugly parts of it?

we talk a lot about missing the softness of us, 
the twin-flame familiarity of us,
the comfort and silence and 
pink-afternoon love of us.


but do you ever miss the love-sickness?
the ache that made it real?
do you ever miss the screaming,
the kicking,
the breaking,
because god damn at least you felt important,
at least you felt worth fighting for?


do you miss biting your bottom lip
until it bled from all the worry
about her leaving, but god,
you couldn’t stop kissing her?


you still couldn’t stop kissing her.

—  Reena B.| I miss even the worst parts of us.