Client Interview #5

An interview with innerdeviant.1 min

What is your name?

innerdeviant – @Inner_deviant

How do you identify?


What are your pronouns?

He, though unfazed by being called anything else.

Please give our readers a brief intro about yourself – tell us the number of clips you’ve brought, years active, preferred sites etc.

I have bought 100’s of clips since 2017, and I prefer Manyvids since I find them to have the best mix of user-friendliness, storage and interactivity with models.

If you feel comfortable disclosing, what do you earn?*

$30,000 – $50,000

How did you first discover the world of online porn?

When I was a teenager, I went on a site called neopets but accidentally typed nepets, and it was a site of naked woman riding horses.

What are your favourite fetishes/kinks?

Verbal humiliation, smoking, spanking, femdom, tit worship, orgasm control, ball torture.

What’s your pet peeve (minor annoyance) of the adult industry?

Seeing drama on NSFW Twitter, sites on having user storage.

What are the features of sites you find the most useful?

User Storage, sites such as MV being able to search for multiple categories in one vid.

What would you like to see sites implement in the future?

Better video categorisation, e.g separating scenes with real dicks and dildoes, for example have ‘Blowjob’ and ‘Dildo Blowjob’ in different categories, and better search functions.

What feature would you like to see sites get rid of?

Wallets and tokens, just pay for the vids directly.

What’s your favourite thing about the adult industry?

For the most part you can just express and be yourself.

What’s your least favourite thing about the adult industry?

Wish models would get a bigger cut.

Do you think 4K clips are worth the massive file sizes?


What’s one thing you wish you knew before started purchasing porn/customs/content?

Which sites give models the bigger cut.

What’s one piece of advice you’d give to your fellow porn buyers?

Use common sense, if you buy an item and the model hasn’t given it to you, give them time and ask in a nice manner when the item will come. If it never comes, as has happened to me, it sucks, but don’t let that experience colour future interactions with other models, especially ones you trust due to previous experiences.

Finally, is anything else you’d like to say?

Thank you for the opportunity for clients to give their feedback, and I hope SW rights improve globally.

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Ruby Rousson

Self-professed 'Professional (Disabled) Internet Human' Ruby Rousson runs Arousibility, The Ruby Umbrella and a number of other sites that all aim to help disabled and chronically ill people in some way shape or form. Twitter and Instagram: @MissRubyRousson


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