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It was Los Angeles, Summer Oriana was small in stature, quiet and sweet. Dave and Oriana seemed like a perfect match and I was curious to look into her background in the industry. Of course, after doing a little research I begun to see just how much of a role Ori had played in the industry and to extent of the role it played on her. Oriana had released her memoir 'Girlvert' to both praise and criticism. I recently finished reading your book "Girlvert: What struck me the most about the book was the candid way you spoke about sometimes quiet confrontational and personal moments in your life and career.
When you approached writing this book how did you decide what you felt was important to talk about and what wasn't? I only wanted to write about the exciting things. The gruesome details of stories are what keep me wanting to read. I didn't want to look cool or like a victim. I really just wanted to stick to the details were unforgettable to me at the time I wrote it.
To be honest, I'm lucky that I wrote it a few years ago. If I had to do it today, my memory would be too old and less passionate. I was fresh off of my bukkake firing when all this was written. My perspective was at it's most dramatic, for sure. That made the book better. What initially made you consider writing the memoir and what do you think makes it different or more unique then the loads of other bios on the shelf by porn stars? Each chapter in the book was originally a story I was telling to my husband, Dave Naz.
I would tell him a bunch of crazy things that I did before we were together and he said, "You have to write this down. They piled up until I didn't really have anything left to say. Because I was telling it all to the person that I loved, I could say anything, and did. It felt complete to the point of excessiveness at the end. I felt so naked when we handed over those pages to strangers.
Way more exposed and vulnerable than I have ever felt. This wasn't my body. It was my fucking heart, mind and soul. Holy shit, what did I do? Oh well, too late. When I wrote about the beginning and getting into doing porn, I wrote down The Smiths line, "I was looking for a job and now I found a job. And heaven knows I'm miserable now… ". All of this stuff was just swimming around in my head and I put it down to entertain my husband and it helped me just accept the past without shame.