About Kelli

Hello, my name is Kelli Roberts. I am a published author, AVN nominated producer, and webmaster who has worked in the adult industry since August of 1996.

Introducing Mickey Tyler

Please welcome to the industry the new blond, girl next door Mickey Tyler.  Mickey comes to us from Florida, has an all natural body and is available for almost any type of scene.  Mickey’s attitude is great and, judging by her “available for” list, she is well suited for this business.  Let us know if she might be of use in your upcoming productions.

Mickey Tyler

She’s available for:

  • Solo
  • Handjob
  • BlowJob
  • Girl / Girl
  • Girl / Girl Anal
  • Boy / Girl
  • Boy / Boy / Girl
  • Anal
  • Double Penetration
  • ATM
  • Interracial
  • Swallow
  • Creampie
  • Squirt
  • Group

Mickey Tyler is available exclusively through LA Direct Models and you can view her full profile page here.

You can follow her on twitter @MickeyTylerxxx.



Anny Aurora is available from August 15 – September 17

Direct Models is pleased to welcome back stunning redhead Anny Aurora. Anny is all natural, and a real redhead..  Anny is available for BG, BGIR, BGA,, GG.  She will be in town and available She is available August 15-September 17 .  We are accepting bookings now for this time period.

Anny Aurora

Photo credit: Greg Lansky / www.blacked.com

Anny Aurora is available for:

  • Solo
  • Handjob
  • BlowJob
  • Girl / Girl
  • Boy / Girl
  • Boy / Boy / Girl
  • Anal
  • Swallow
  • Creampie

Anny Aurora is available exclusively through LA Direct Models and you can view her profile page here.

You can follow her on twitter @annyauroraporn.


Introducing Kelly Paige

We are pleased to introduce you to Kelly Paige.  Kelly is a new model with a great natural body.  She is available for nearly any type of scene and is eager to work.

Kelly Paige

She’s available for:

  • Solo
  • Handjob
  • BlowJob
  • Girl / Girl
  • Girl / Girl Anal
  • Boy / Girl
  • Boy / Boy / Girl
  • Anal
  • Double Penetration
  • ATM
  • Interracial
  • Swallow
  • Creampie
  • Group
  • Bondage

Kelly Paige is available exclusively through LA Direct Models. You can view her full profile here.

You can follow her on twitter @misskellypaige.

What men really think about women’s pubic hair

When I first started in the adult industry nearly 20 years ago it was all about the bare pussy! Years later you started to see a few stars with a landing patch and then came Sasha Grey’s appearance on Entourage in 2010 and her super duper hairy bush changed everything in porn.

Now we have a variety of hairy private parts to choose from. Some girls shave a little, some girls have a patch and some girls go all bare down there.


Photo Source: Team Skeet

But the real question is, what do mean really prefer?

Turns out Huffington Post and AskMen.com teamed up to conduct a survey. They asked over 5,000 guys what they thought.

Turns out that 41% of men prefer it to be fully shaved or a Brazilian (the little landing strip). While only 5% prefer the all natural look.


Source: Huffington Post


Meet Bonnie Kinz

This 19 year old cutie is new to the adult industry.

  • Hair: Blonde
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Bra: 32 EE
  • Dress: 2
  • Shoes: 6
  • Wt: 125lbs

She’ll be doing Solo, Girl/Girl, Girl/Girl/Girl, Boy/Girl, and even Boy/Girl/Girl scenes.

Fans can follow her on twitter @bonniekinzxx.

Producers and directors who want to work with Bonnie Kinz can book her through Matrix Models.


Remembering Chyna …

Chyna rose to fame as a professional wrestler.

However in 2004 she made her porn debut with the release of her homemade sex tape, 1 Night in China. It would go on to be the best selling celeb sex tape of the year. In fact the video sold so well she decided to do it again and in 2009 she did a second homemade sex tape called Another Night in China in 2009.

In 2011 she was approached by Vivid and did her first professionally produced adult movie called Backdoor to Chyna. This movie was awarded the best celebrity sex tape of the year at the AVN awards in 2012.

She would eventually release two more movies for them, She-Hulk in 2012 in their Avengers XXX parody and then would star in She Hulk XXX the next year.


These photos of Chyna came from Glenn Francis from pacificprodigital.com.

On April 20, 2016, Chyna was found dead at her home in Redondo Beach, California. She had been taking medication for anxiety and insomnia. A statement was posted to her Twitter account @ChynaJoanLaurer) confirming her death. 

In one final giving gesture to the world, Chyna’s brain was donated to science to study the effects of chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

A documentary which was in the works at the time of her passing, has been tentatively titled The Deconstruction of Chyna is slated for released in the spring of 2017.

Her official biography can be found at her official website at www.TheRealChyna.com.

Her adult movies including Backdoor to Chyna are still sold worldwide.


Tasha Reign is now an Elegant Angel Contract Star

Elegant Angel on Tuesday confirmed it has signed Tasha Reign to an exclusive performing contract.

Tasha Reign

Tasha Reign recently starred in her first showcase title, Hard Reign, for Elegant Angel, which captured her first interracial scene as well as an all-girl threeway and d.p.

“We’re thrilled to have Tasha on board,” said Elegant Angel’s Jerry E. “We all love her here. We love the energy of her scenes, she’s absolutely beautiful. And with what she does in regards to social media supporting the movies she’s in and her content, Tasha is the whole package.”

A native of Orange County, Calif., who broke into porn in 2010 after first appearing in Playboy in its “Girls of the Pac 10” issue, Reign has performed in more than 170 adult films. She went on to grace the pages of Penthouse magazine in May 2011 as Pet of the Month.

“I am beyond flattered and excited to be Elegant Angel’s new contract star,” Reign told AVN. “I can’t wait. I’ve wanted that my whole entire career. I’ve really always loved them as a company, and it’s been a goal of mine, so I’m thrilled. I could not be any happier about it, and I still don’t even think it’s real, but it is and I want to celebrate. I’m so excited.”

Reign continued, “I want my fans to know that I have so much in store for them and I’m giving every single scene my all. I want a new tantalizing type of performance to come out of all my consummations. This new chapter in my adult career is something I’ve been looking forward to for what seems like forever, and a new focus and journey is about to begin!”

Jerry E. indicated the deal is for one year and effective immediately.

“Much is in the works,” he said. “Nothing to divulge at this time, but her fans are going to be thrilled with what’s going to be coming out. She is the true meaning of a blonde bombshell. Her first interracial scene in Hard Reign was a must-see. That is one of our biggest releases of the year to date.”

Reign also recently appeared in Alexis Texas’ Texas Hoedown alongside the fellow Elegant Angel exclusive Texas.

Tasha Reign“It’s definitely a huge honor that I get to be contract sisters with Alexis Texas, and I’ve always looked up to her,” Reign said. “Even before I got into the industry, I saw her career and I just was always so impressed and thought she was just an awesome feminist woman, and I’m really excited to be able to work with her and with Elegant Angel, and just to have this opportunity. I’m extremely grateful.”

Reign is no stranger to the spotlight, appearing on the third season of the MTV reality show “Laguna Beach” before getting into porn.

Follow Reign on Twitter @tashareign; for more information on her upcoming movies, visit ElegantAngel.com

Sasha Grey talks about her role in the movie turned TV series, The Girlfriend Experience

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been getting a surprisingly steady stream of e-mails and Twitter mentions from people who want to know if they’re going to be seeing me on the new Starz series The Girlfriend Experience. The answer is no…and that’s a good thing. For a lot of reasons. But let me not get ahead of myself.

The Starz series takes its title and its premise from The Girlfriend Experience, a 2009 film directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Sasha Grey, who was making her first move out of XXX movies here, with her role as a high-end New York call girl. I had a small but pivotal role in the movie as a character who called himself “The Erotic Connoisseur,” the majordomo of an escort-review site. My sleazy character tries to extort sex out of Grey’s escort, and then gives her a witheringly bad review for her troubles. I was one of the movie’s bad guys, in other words.

In interviews, the principals of the series have emphasized more than once that all it shares with the movie is the title, the premise, and the nom de guerreof the high-end-escort main character (Chelsea). So that should be enough to explain my non-return, flattering as these inquiries have been.

Another reason I’m not in the television show should be self-evident: I’m not an actor. I’m a writer, one who mostly makes his living as a film critic, and I like that. The Starz series, which is executive produced by Soderbergh, features a cast that’s stacked with superb actors drawn from film and television. While if you look at the IMDB page for the movie, unless you’re a real showbiz maven, Grey’s name is the only one that stands out. And, as it happens, she’s the only cast member who had any training in acting. (No wisecracks from the porn-savvy peanut gallery, please.)

Although the GFE film was shot only eight years ago, there’s a sense in which it’s from another era—an era in which the notion of a “digital film” was a complete novelty. GFE was the second so-called “digital film” that Soderbergh made for producers Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban. The idea was that these features would be shot quickly and cheaply and distributed on a variety of platforms, simultaneously—theatrical and pay-per-view. Sounds a lot like what the current indie scene looks like today, and there’s still a lot being figured out at the business end, but between 2005, when Soderbergh made the first film for Wagner and Cuban, Bubble, and 2009, when GFE came out, it still seemed kind of nuts to people.

The makers of GFE had the freedom to put it together in an unusual way, and they did. Writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien put together a scenario, less than 20 pages long, I’m told. But only the lead actor, Grey, who’s in all the scenes, got to use it. The rest of the cast, mostly men, were recruited by the filmmakers, given their character outlines/assignments, and some research notes. I was told to look at “hobbyist” websites reviewing escorts, and boy did I get grossed out. I eventually got wardrobe notes, too. Then I’d show up at the set and have the scene outlined for me, and then improvise. One phone call was particularly excruciating—I literally had to wear Grey down to the point where she would agree to meet with my character, and she did not make it easy for me. Because most of the scenes in the movie are one-on-one interactions between Grey’s character “Chelsea” and a man—what theater people call “two-handers”—none of the other cast members met each other, or knew how they fit into the big picture. I only heard a little backstage stuff because David Levien, who also ended up acting in the picture, and I were able to compare notes briefly at a bar mitzvah we both attended.

My participation in the movie got a lot of notice from my fellow critics, in part because of the outlandishness of my character, but also because I was, to them, a known quantity—they got a kick out of seeing one of their own in a movie, and a Steven Soderbergh movie at that. But I’m hardly the only noteworthy person in the cast. Almost every part is filled by someone in the Soderbergh/Koppelman/Levien network, and the parts correspond in some ways to the personalities. The character who goes by the name “Sugar,” for instance—who indirectly encourages Chelsea to play ball with the Erotic Connoisseur—is played by Michael Sugar, who then was Steven Soderbergh’s manager. Michael has since branched out into production—you may have seen him accepting an Oscar for Spotlight at this year’s Academy Awards. The character who plays the high-roller who takes the escort’s boyfriend on a rich-bro excursion to Vegas is played by Peter Zizzo, a longtime music industry player who’s a great songwriter and producer—a buddy of Brian Koppelman’s from Brian’s days in the music industry. One of Sasha’s character’s more awkward clients is played by director Dan Algrant (Greetings From Tim Buckley). The cynical journo who interviews Chelsea is Mark Jacobson, a writer I’ve admired since first reading him in the Village Voice in the mid-‘70s. (These are not tales out of school, incidentally; any curious person can follow the IMDB links to all this info!) They’re all great guys, but when I did my scenes for the movie I had no idea they were in it. Meeting them all at the movie’s premiere in 2009 was like going to a high school reunion of people you only knew from having seen on screen a couple of hours before, if that makes any sense.

The movie was shot during the late part of the 2008 presidential campaign, and newspapers were on the set to encourage actors to talk about what was going on as they improvised their dialogue. The movie is, among other things, a mordantly comedic time-capsule drama, while the TV series, written and directed by Amy Seimetz and Lodge Kerrigan, has the tone of a coolly erotic, dread-filled thriller. I’m still friendly with my colleagues from the movie, and root for everything they do (including Koppelman and Levien’s Showtime series Billions) so I can’t really offer any kind of official, non-compromised critique of the series. But my subjective take is, I dig it, and I think it’s totally worth a watch. And as I said, it’s got an amazing cast of professional actors, starting with lead Riley Keough. It doesn’t need an Erotic Connoisseur—this series’ main character can find her own trouble, trust me.

Source: Decider

Less is More when it comes to Banner Ads

Hello my name is Kelli and I’ve been in the adult industry now for almost 15 years. I wanted to share some of my advice with others in hope that it can help them improve their site and make more money. So here is an article I wrote about posting banners on your website and how to make more money with sponsors. You can find more of my advice articles at Porn Royalties under the webmaster tips.

So you’ve created your adult site and you want to make money with it. Great? But now what? Well the most obvious thought would be to try and get someone to buy a banner ad from you. But there is a problem; most people just flat out don’t buy banner spots outright on websites anymore. Instead what they say is something like…. we have no real way to know how your traffic will perform for us. Why don’t you go ahead and put up our banners anyway, but instead of us paying you outright or pay you a flat fee, we’ll pay you only if your traffic converts for us. In other words, if your traffic makes us money, we’ll pay you. If it doesn’t, because their site is poorly designed or for whatever reason, it just sucks to be you, because you get paid nothing.

Then they offer you the option of being paid a flat fee per sale (also known as PPS) or a % of the sale for as long as that person stays a member of the site (rev-share). Since you don’t really have many options you pretty much have to agree to it. This is a very common practice in the adult industry. There is nothing wrong with it … it’s just sort of the way things are in our industry. So then the question becomes, how can you make sure you are maximizing your earnings?

Most people for some reason or another think that the best idea is to sign up for as many affiliate programs as they can and post a crazy amount of banners all over their site.

There is a guy who recently launched his site. This is a guy with more than a decade’s experience in this business so you can’t exactly say he’s making a noob mistake. He’s been around the block a few times so he really should know better. Obviously not. It was actually his website that convinced me to write this article.

So the guy calls his website “an electronic trade show”. You load the page and you get his log. Below that there is a banner spot 728×90 Directly below that there are 8 – oh yes EIGHT 100×100 banner icon spots available. Then the site is broken down into 3 columns, much like the design of a blog.

Of the left sidebar they are offering 3 text links, then banner ads at the sizes of

  • 160×107
  • 160×107
  • 100×100
  • 160×600
  • 100×100
  • 100×100
  • 125×350
  • 160×600

The right hand side bar offers 5 banners in a row, each one about 180×300 in size. Then if that wasn’t enough there are ads available in sizes

  • 120×240
  • 125×350
  • 180×150
  • 150×220
  • 125×350

All of that and I still haven’t even gotten to the middle column yet. There he offers 7 banner spots 468×60 in size. And between each of those 7 banner spots he offers a row of icon banners – 5 icon banners of 100×100 each. That’s 35 ads on the front page middle column alone!

You notice the one thing I never mentioned was any sort of content at all?

That’s right, because there is none. The only text on the page is to tell you that the site is an “electronic trade show” and that you have the opportunity to place your ad on his site by and that you should hurry and act now to get your banner on his new site.

Search engines typically consider any site with more ads than actual content spam and those types of sites get SEO penalties, but even worse, they pass those penalties over to the sites listed on them. It’s a guilt by association kind of thing. So in terms of SEO you can see why having a ton of banners on your site is a bad thing.

There are other reasons though not to add too many.

The more ads you have on your page, the longer it takes your page to load and the longer it takes your page to load, the more likely it is to leave. Long page load times are the kiss of death. Even 1 extra second is a bad, thing. On that note, your page should never take longer than 8 seconds to load. Well that’s what the experts say. 8 seconds seem rather long to me but that’s an issue for another day.

The next reason not to have a ton of ads on their site is a quality issue. If your site has a bunch of ads on it, your site may appear junky and as such lose trust with the visitor. Loss of trust means they are less likely to buy anything from anyone associated with your site. So it hurts your overall signup ratios.

In addition, it increases your bounce rates. A bad bounce rate not only hurts your overall site SEO but also the value of your ad space and the site itself. What if one day you want to sell your site? If you have crappy bounce rates you will flat out lose money in the sale price. People pay more for a site that has better bounce rates. The same goes for selling ad space. There will come a time (later on in this article) where you will get people to pay you for links on your site and they will pay you more if you have a better bounce rate.

When it comes to putting ads on your website, it’s all about quality over quantity.

You want to only put a few ads per page, ever.

I have my own personal websites, about 91 at last count and I have almost no ads on any of them because I learned a long time ago the value in having less. LESS IS ALWAYS MORE! And that plays a big part as to why my affiliate signup ratios are very good – with some programs 1:200 and better.

So now what you have to do is figure out what affiliate program is best for you. Since you only have a limited number of ad spots available now on your site, you want to use the ones that make the most money for you.

Look carefully at the people you have already done business with. Hopefully you have been charting your relationship and by that I mean, keeping a spreadsheet that says each month how much traffic you have sent to each affiliate program, and how much money you have made. Is it extremely important that you do that, no matter what – at all times for every company you do business with. How in the world are you going to improve upon your success if you don’t know what you have to work with in the first place?

So look carefully at the numbers month to month. Which of these programs has done well for you? Those that you already have been doing well with are obviously the ones you want to continue working with. Which is also why you always need to keep up with a monthly sponsor spreadsheet. If you don’t know who is making good money for you or who is sucking, then how do you know who to keep sending your traffic to?

So now you have the few companies you want to work with. Look carefully at the pages within your website. Don’t just throw up a few banners and hope for the best. Did you know that sometimes the beds ads are those less obvious?

For example, on one of my porn star sites sure I could throw up JOIN VIVID NOW ads everywhere but instead, I use no Vivid banners. Not a single one. Instead what I do is talk about how great one of her movies is, and then say something like “oh by the way if you like this movie you can click here to watch it online right now from the official Vivid website” and I now do this with Erotic Videos. I have like 50 links out there on my various porn star websites, each talking about a certain movie and in there I’m like “click here to watch this movie now” and then provide a link to the movie on Erotic Videos or Klub Kelli or Amateur District, depending on what the movie in question is.

The click through ratio on something like that is so much higher than if I put up a bunch of banners and hoped people clicked on them because they thought the banner might be pretty.

Let’s be real, banners aren’t what they used to be. You have to get creative in the way you promote your sponsors.

Every website is different so I can’t just give you a general –THIS is what you should do- statement because what one person needs to do to is very different than what another person should do. All I can suggest is that you look at your website, consider the type of content you have then from there consider ways you can work links to your sponsors within the content itself. On one site I did these detailed movie reviews and then within the review was like “now available on DVD” and then put in a link to my DVD retail store which I had setup through Mallcom.

So in closing I just want to make sure that you understand the overall point of this article and that is that trying to throw up to many ads on your web page is a very bad thing. Be selective and unique in how and who you deal with.

Jack Venice is not a rapist

Hello.  My name is Kelli and I have asked my friend for permission to post my views on this website regarding a very serious subject.   I should point out that my views are that of my own and may or may not reflect the owners of this website.  That being said, do let me begin my little rant about the Jack Venice rape conviction.

As a female intimately familiar with the concept of RAPE, I stand in protest of the Jack Venice conviction, because what he did wasn’t rape and if you are going to nail someone to the wall, I think you should do it for the right reasons.  I have asked the owners of this website to let me post my story because I feel someone from within our industry besides his girlfriend needs to stand up and say what the fuck!

I have looked over a great number of documents regarding the Jack Venice ordeal.  I have read stories, interviews and depositions that have been made public by several parties involved in the case.

First let us define what we think rape is.  To me, rape is when you force someone to have sex with you.  I think any reasonable person would agree with me on that being the defining factor of rape.   Wouldn’t you?

But apparently no in the state of WA as that is not the case here at all.  He didn’t have sex with her and yet he still sits in jail for rape.

This “victim” was passed out drunk as a sorority party.  She was possibly high, we don’t know for sure, so in court they called her condition as being in a “dream like state”.  This apparently is acceptable behavior in WA yet being a porn star is evil.

Because of her condition she couldn’t identify what anyone in that room looked like, nor could she say for sure how many people where even in the room.  She didn’t even know if she had sex.  Later a rape kit would come back negative.   How drunk or high do you have to be to not know if you just had sex with somebody.  She gave at least two different accounts of what happened that night to authorities, with a slight twist on the story during the trial.  So in all there are at least three variations of the story from the victim herself.

Again I use the word victim loosely here. I mean I get that it’s scary to wake up from being passed out cold at a party to find men in your room but how do you go from that to rape?

Well that’s where the story gets rather interesting.

See the girl didn’t know if anyone touched her or not.  So then if that is the case how is Jack Venice now convicted of rape?

Easy enough, we have a witness.  There was another person in the room that night and this is a friend of Jack’s who himself was in a world of trouble so instead of facing the music on charges they had him for, which we know was at least two counts of Grand Theft that carried the possibility of ten years in prison, he decided to turn on Jack.  I mean wouldn’t you?

Well, I wouldn’t but I know many others would.  Especially considering the fact that he didn’t really know the guy all that well so why not?

By his own account, the police asked questions, he agreed that was what happened.  He told them what they wanted to hear in exchange for a deal.  Mind you he’s already been in jail for awhile now and he wanted to get out.  He knew telling the cops what they wanted to hear about Jack Venice was his quick pass out of the slammer.

So what does he tell the cops? Well here too we have at least two versions of the story with a lot of confusion sub text.  In the end what it turns out he told them was that he and Jack Venice went to a frat party where Jack was going on about what a big time porn star he was and like a dumb fuck pulled out his penis to show some girls.  The girls got all grossed out and ran off and the frat boys kicked them out of the party.  Egos no longer in check they decided it would be easy to rip off those rich little fuckers who just made them look like fags so they made their way down fraternity row looking for houses to rob.  They found one sorority house having a party.  Knowing everyone was drunk downstairs they quietly worked their way upstairs to see they could steal.  The found a chick passed out on the bed so they decided to have a little fun with her.  Jack Venice grabbed her head and put it in his crock, simulating a blow job. Keep in mind this is what the witness was telling the cops, well my summary of his words – not a word for word account mind you   Next he said Jack Venice pulled her up again, this time from behind, simulating that he was having doggy style sex with her.  They laughed it up and she never woke up.  She was clearly “out of it”.  He may or may not have groped her breasts or her vagina area.  Either way, at this point all parties are still fully clothed.  Nobody has had any “sex”.  No blow jobs, no putting his cock in her pussy.  None of that stuff.   But the witness said at this point he was ordered by Jack Venice to hand him a condom so he could have sex with this lifeless body, aka the drunk chick passed out on the bed and it was the sound of the condom wrapper that apparently finally woke her up.

So if Jack Venice didn’t RAPE the girl, why did he get convicted of it?  I think the answer to that question is a complex one but I know a large part of it had to do with the fact that he was a porn star.  During the trial they paid a lot of attention to the work that he does as if somehow it was relevant to what he was accused of.

So in the end you have to ask yourself, if a man didn’t force a woman to have sex with him, how is he sitting in jail for rape?

And even worse, how are we as an industry not supporting him when it was our industry that they nailed him for.

I’m not saying you have to like the guy or that he’s not a total dumb ass for thinking of the whole robbery thing in the first place but nail a guy for what he did, not for rape.  It’s total and complete bullshit.