Of all the antique objects we appraise on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, few elicit as big a viewer response as items that contain ivory.
Almost all of the emails and letters we receive on the subject address in one way or another the legal questions that inevitably arise around ivory.
When it’s not volumized and teased and curled, it’s very bland and it doesn’t accentuate my face very much. And I still love the Underwater Sex that I told you about last year. I love the dialogue and acting, I love stuff like that. (laughs)CJ: Last year, we talked about anal and you said ‘eventually’.
CJ: One last clarification from last time, you said you got into porn as revenge against an ex-boyfriend. During free time, we curled my hair which is cool because my hair is very thin and blonde. I put makeup on him, spat on him, choked him, slapped him….pretty much everything.
As far as that goes, being curvy, very pale ivory skin tone and blonde, I was getting a lot of requests and bookings for black guys. CJ: If you could magically go back and talk to Jenna before her first scene, what would you tell her? Just to embrace it more and be comfortable in my own skin.
Through the industry, I’ve been able to explore and get more comfortable with my sexuality.
Non-Commercial Purposes If an item containing African-elephant ivory is to be used for non-commercial purposes, it may be legal to import it into the United States.
Provided the ivory for the item was removed from the wild prior to February 26, 1976, and was otherwise legally acquired, the following may be imported into the United States for non-commercial purposes: Commercial Purposes In order to be eligible for commercial export, an item containing African-elephant ivory must qualify as an antique, as defined by the Endangered Species Act.
Captain Jack: When we talked last time, you weren’t truthful in where you grew up.
There is an assumption in the general public that ivory is, at least in some circumstances, illegal, since the elephant species from which ivory is taken are endangered or threatened.
But unless you regularly deal with ivory as part of your job, this assumption is often little more than a vague suspicion.
I first interviewed Jenna over a year ago when she was still pretty brand new in the industry. Jenna: I was put into foster care when I was born and was basically in the system until I was 18. Through my social media, Ideal reached out to me and that’s how I got into the industry. As for female performers, there’s Jesse Jane, Summer Brielle, Courtney Taylor…list goes on.
She recently texted me asking if we could talk again. We talked a little bit and Jenna explained that she wasn’t exactly truthful on same facts in our first interview. I wasn’t true to my background and my identity and everything else. CJ: Do you think growing up in the foster care system and not having parental figures in your life led you into porn? Before I got into the industry, I was not sexually active. I was athletic, I excelled academically and I graduated from high school despite my living situation. I got accepted into college but due to the lack of resources and aging out of the system, there wasn’t a lot of housing available. CJ: Are you submissive or dominant and is it different with men than with women?