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Alexis Monroe: "R&B Would Be the Genre of My Sex Life"

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So, a big part of Exxxotica is interacting with fans. And I'm sure you have your share of nice, awesome fans, but I'm sure there are also some creepy ones. Is it weird at all to interact with your fans?

Not at all. I love meeting my fans. My fans that I've gotten a chance to meet over the past few years have all been kind of crazy, because they always say the most outrageous things. You just have to wonder sometimes what in the world made them ask that question. But I actually really love that. I kind of like shock value and they're always so sweet to me and they've supported me so well. I just love meeting them.

And they're so funny. I guess I really haven't had the, um -- privilege, I guess -- of meeting the creepy, creepy ones [laughs]. None of them have actually made me be like, "Ew, go away!"

Do you remember the weirdest question a fan has ever asked you?

Um, yeah. I've actually had a fan ask me -- because I did a DP scene -- to explain the difference between the penises that were both in my butt, and why I liked one more than the other. And I thought that was really weird because it was a straight guy.

Wait, so he wanted to know... Can you go over that again?

He wanted to know how they felt, like, what they felt like in my butt.

Sounds like a man who was born into the wrong body.

I think so. And he was there with his wife, so I was really just taken back by the whole question.

I don't blame you. I have to ask. Do you have a favorite song, album, or soundtrack to have sex to?

I really like "Ride" by SoMo. It comes on my Pandora all the time and it's probably one of my favorite songs. R&B would be the genre of my sex life.

Catch Alexis Monroe and a plethora of other adult film entertainers at Exxxotica at the Broward County Convention Center On May 2 through May 4. Buy tickets here.

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Ryan Pfeffer is Miami New Times’ music editor. After earning a BS in editing, writing, and media from Florida State University, Ryan joined the New Times staff in November 2013 as a web editor, where he coined the phrase "pee-tweet" (to retweet someone while urinating). Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, he’s now neck-deep in bass and booty in the 305.
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