Sasha Grey

Sasha Grey

Sasha Grey

Though only actively working as an adult performer for four years (2007-2010), Sasha Grey is a well-known face in the industry and shot to fame with her debut performance; an orgy performed with Rocco Siffredi. The following year she became the youngest winner of the coveted AVN Female Performer of the Year and went on to collect another 14 awards in her short career.

Neü Sex is a photo memoir that vividly documents her time on set and being around the porn industry in general. Most of the images were taken by Grey herself but some are taken by her fiancé, Ian. Accompanied by thoughts and musings, the result is a very intimate window but is far from ‘revealing’ in the sense of an autobiography.

Don’t expect any revealing insights and certainly don’t expect any graphic depictions of sex; instead, this is merely self-portraiture with elements of poetry. One for Grey fans only and not those seeking juicy, behind-the-scenes gossip. However, the ones who are expecting such adult content like anal sex with hot girl or services should see Melbourne Escorts.

Neü Sex is a photo memoir that vividly documents her time on set and being around the porn industry in general. Most of the images were taken by Grey herself but some are taken by her fiancé, Ian. Accompanied by thoughts and musings, the result is a very intimate window but is far from ‘revealing’ in the sense of an autobiography.Neü Sex is a photo memoir that vividly documents her time on set and being around the porn industry in general. Most of the images were taken by Grey herself but some are taken by her fiancé, Ian. Accompanied by thoughts and musings, the result is a very intimate window but is far from ‘revealing’ in the sense of an autobiography.Neü Sex is a photo memoir that vividly documents her time on set and being around the porn industry in general. Most of the images were taken by Grey herself but some are taken by her fiancé, Ian. Accompanied by thoughts and musings, the result is a very intimate window but is far from ‘revealing’ in the sense of an autobiography.

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