Siouxsie Q. is a Native American starlet whose career in the adult industry began in 2012. When she isn't filming, Siouxsie Q. is an active sex workers' rights activist, writer, singer/songwriter, and she hosts her own podcast, The Whorecast.Early Life
Growing up, Siouxsie Q. was a self-described, "chubby, freckle-faced theater nerd." She was part of a dance company, took acting classes, did school plays, took honors classes, and started her school's first Gay/Straight Alliance. Later, after having her first BDSM experience, Siouxsie Q. admits that she became somewhat obsessed and dove into the San Francisco BDSM scene headfirst. In 2010, she left her retail job to dance at the Lusty Lady Theatre, a unionized peep show in San Francisco. Shortly after, she began her career in sex work, appearing in her first adult film in 2012.Career
Since filming her first scene, Siouxsie Q. has become a reknowned alt/fetish porn performer who is very outspoken about sex workers' rights. She has filmed for many top-notch studios like Kink.com and Filly Films. Of her favorite performers to work with, Siouxsie Q. is quick to name her real-life girlfriend Maxine Holloway as a great scene partner, stating, "She's the prettiest, most disgusting girl on the planet, and I love making porn with her." In 2014, Siouxsie Q. began writing a regular column in the SF Weekly, discussing pornography, sexuality, sex work, and feminism. In 2018, in response to the controversial SESTA/FOSTA legislation passing, Siouxsie Q. penned an informative article for Rolling Stone on the legislation's harmful impact, entitled, "Anti-Sex-Trafficking Advocates Say New Law Cripples Efforts to Save Victims."Star Quotes
"I have a very active imagination and I love being the director of my own fantasy. When I do watch porn, I always seek out content with a high level of power exchange such as kink and roleplay. I also love performers who are super engaged with the sex they're having... the filthier the better."
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