The premier issue of this freebie mag XESS features a six page interview and photo spread on former ASU cheerleader and newbie porn queen Courtney Simpson (aka, "Courtney Cox" -- no, not the Friends star; aka, "Cory Hart"). The Bird mentioned Courtney last year as an aside in a piece about Yaser Alamoodi, the former ASU Student Body Prez who's now being held as an illegal alien down at the Eloy Detention Center by the INS.
Basically, in the 2005 video Double Dutch from Gina Lynn Productions, Courtney showed off some of her XXX-rated gymnastic moves with two lucky doods while wearing her ASU gold and maroon outfit, uh, part of the time. The University threatened legal action for trademark infringement, Gina Lynn Productions blurred out ASU's logo, and that was that. But Courtney has earned herself fame in the process, appeared in over 190 scenes, and now lives in Studio City, CA, doing porn full time. The XESS Q & A goes into her strict Mormon upbringing (in Mesa, where else?), and how that stoked her rebellious spirit and eventually led to a life of on-camera bonin'. She seems to enjoy her work as much as her audience enjoys spankin' to it, so you go girl! You can read the entire article online at Xessmag.com. They have some PDF-like file at the bottom right, under "Read Online." The interview begins on page 64.
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