Since her breakout appearance in HBO’s Euphoria, Chloe Cherry has grown in popularity. The actress spoke candidly about her years as an adult film star, how she overcome a significant eating condition, and how it has all affected her relationships with friends, family, and herself in a podcast interview called Call Her Daddy.
“I was a pornstar for a long time. Cherry, who has appeared in over 200 adult films and has over 125 million views on PornHub, says, “I worked really hard in that sector.”
Cherry claimed she doesn’t regret being a part of the industry, even though she’s “done” with it now. Her work, on the other hand, had an impact on her personal connections.
“The only thing that irritates me about working in the porn industry is how people treat you outside of it,” she explained. “In the same manner that my high school buddies suddenly didn’t want to be friends with me because they feared I was going to f*** their boyfriend.” “I don’t want anything to do with your boyfriend,” she says.
“I suppose the only terrible part about being in the porn industry is these crazy assumptions that people have about you,” she continued.
“I suppose the only terrible part about being in the porn industry is these crazy assumptions that people have about you,” she continued. “People assumed you were going to be [that person] just because you were acting this way on camera.”
She went on to say, “I lost a lot of female friends because they thought I couldn’t be around women.” “Or their guy would say no, you can’t hang out with her,” and they would actually listen, which I thought was the most bizarre aspect.
Cherry explained that her family was subjected to the same level of judgement, including her mother, who said “perhaps the most terrible comments” to her on the subject.
“My mother once told me that sex work is the lowest form of labour,” she recalled. “And that’s the one thing I’ll say [publicly] that I completely disagree with.” And I’m not sure if other people agree with me, but I believe that putting down your own family is a lower priority.”
“My family is far larger than my mother’s, and I’m still extremely connected with them,” she clarified. “The people’s judgement was ridiculous, and it will eternally blow my head.”