PSOTW: Lexi Belle

Welcome to the second installment in Dog Blog’s feature Porn Star of the Week where we profile an emerging or established porn star. Today, we shine a spotlight on Lexi Belle (pictured at left).

Born in Independence, Louisiana in 1987, Belle’s been working in the porn biz since 2008, and has over 300 films to her credit. Off camera, she’s apparently a big Star Wars fan, and enjoys visits to Six Flags Amusement Park. At the 2011 AVN Awards in Las Vegas, she won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl in Batman XXX: A Porn Parody (here’s a SFW YouTube clip of her performance here). Last year, CNBC also named Belle one of the top 12 most popular porn stars in the U.S.

Speaking of popularity contests, the NHL All-Star game goes Sunday at 3 p.m. on CBC. Fan voting was used to determine the first six roster spots, and with this year’s game in Ottawa, Senators’ fans really stuffed the ballot box, with forwards Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Spezza, Milan Michalek and defenceman Erik Karlesson all being voted all-stars.

As with last year, two captains have been appointed, and together with their assistants they’ll pick teams from the roster of 38 or so available players. You’re probably dying to know who the captains are, but I’m not going to tell you because, let’s face it, the NHL All-Star game is boring. Like football (the NFL Pro Bowl also goes Sunday from Honolulu if anyone’s interested), the rough and tumble nature of hockey just doesn’t lend itself to an all-star showcase where the last thing anyone wants is to see a player get seriously injured.

The only sport where the all-star game halfway resembles the way the game is regularly played is Major League Baseball. Even the NBA All-Star game is pretty much a snooze-fest with next to no defence and hardly any battling under the boards for rebounds.

Tune in if you want. Me, I don’t want to watch a hockey game where both teams end up notching double digit goal totals.

Again, hope you enjoyed this new feature, and as always we welcome your comments.

Author: Gregory Beatty

Greg Beatty is a crime-fighting shapeshifter who hatched from a mutagenic egg many decades ago. He likes sunny days, puppies and antique shoes. His favourite colour is not visible to your puny human eyes. He refuses to write a bio for this website and if that means Whitworth writes one for him, so be it.

28 thoughts on “PSOTW: Lexi Belle”

  1. OK. I thought the first one was a joke… but you seem intent on making this an actual feature. The question remains: why?

  2. The stuff they show in porn these days…a very unwholesome viewing experience. I didn’t even have to try to find footage of Bibi Jones – a simple google search returned a sample clip of Bibi and her cameraman engaged in a vigorous act of lovemaking.

  3. I’m a bit disappointed that Kristina Rose decided to take herself out of this weekend’s game.

    Also, don’t ruin this for me Moon Daddy. I have an unhealthy merger thing happening here and I am going to ride it until the wheels fall off. Kudos to Beatty.

  4. I love how unquestioning you guys are about it.

    Famed journalist and social critic Chris Hedges said something to the effect that one of the left’s faults is that no one denounces pornography as an industry because it falls under “free expression.” This was after he spent months researching the industry in Vegas, seeing the depravity and suffering most of the women go through when they enter the industry. The ones you see in high quality films are the very few and lucky who have made it to the top. At the bottom, there is little difference between porn and prostitution and/or sex slavery. Every time you consume pornography you must consider the horrible reality hiding behind the scenes of your favorite new starlet.

    That being said….

    Lexi Belle looks a lot better with longer hair, kind of like Nicole Kidman or Naomi Watts. When she had short blonde hair, she kind of looked like a squirrel. She’s got nice eyes and can take a good facial.

  5. I think Tim Thomas quoted Hedges when he said he wasn’t going to the White House.

    Spin-off question: Am I the only person that finds their fandom of an adult film star is mostly rooted in their personality?

  6. No Tim Thomas wouldn’t be quoting Chris Hedges, unless he was hilariously misinterpreting him.

    Moon Daddy, I was on the verge of denouncing it – I sort of got started denouncing it. I didn’t want Beatty to take it as a personal insult, tho.

    Here it is: Porn, DENOUNCED! Filthy, exploitative, criminal, disease-ridden filth!

    The Bibi Jones post reminded me of when Sasktel Max introduced me to their high class porn gallery – my undoubted favourite was the two American dudes, one stud, one camerastud, who lured this young southeast Asian woman into a hotel room, proceeded to make love to her, started calling her “ho” and “bitch” afterwards in a language she didn;t understand, dude inserting finger inside of her to “get his kids outta there,” afterwards, and closed the door on her while laughing uproariously as she lay on the bed, terrified. Good stuff, Sasktel. I guess it was my fault for watching, but why’d you load that gun for me?

  7. As for the liberal-left, tho, on this one, I kind of got their back. For starters, the liberal-left doesn’t actually go around denouncing everything they disagree with. That’s what modern conservatives are for. Second, most on the liberal-left don’t dabble in porn, it’s not really on their radar thus not on their agenda. It’s probably akin to caring as much about what goes on in the trailer park – it’s very much removed from everyday society. Politically, it stands to reason that most porn profiteers support the Democratic Party, which is where the Hedges critique would resonate. At the very least, a political profiteer should strongly force the porn industry to clean up, keep certain standards, and in fact, I think the Democratic Party did force “improvements” to the industry under Clinton.

  8. #1: remember that reader survey the PD did awhile ago? Perhaps they’re responding to the results. Still, sad.

  9. There is no shortage of places to find porn on the internet but I really don’t think the PD needs to be one of them.

  10. #5 I’m with Moon Daddy. Why, indeed? As for the wheels, Dan, on this one you didn’t even start them rolling.

  11. #10, #13

    Anonymous, I’m afraid I may have been too hasty in judging the prairie dog on this controversial issue of pornography. There are two sides to every story, as they say, and last evening, in a private communication, Mr. Beatty was kind enough to bring me up to speed on the subject of women’s rights. Fool that I am, I was critical of pornography as being a misogynistic victimization of women. But it is nothing of the sort, apparently. As Mr. Beatty told me, by speaking out against pornography, I am in fact seeking “to control and restrict women’s sexuality,” as he put it. Consequently, as someone who wants no part of controlling and restricting women in ANY respect, I am obligated by my own conscience to withdraw my aforementioned objections and protestations. My apologies, Mr. Beatty. Please carry on with your good work, sir, as an advocate on behalf of women everywhere. Your devotion to women’s rights is truly commendable.
    P.S. I am especially grateful for this enlightenment because, whereas I am certainly no expert on pornography, Mr. Beatty obviously is.

  12. Ladies and Gentlemen, please ignore #16. Thank you.

    I have mistakenly attributed comments to Greg Beatty that were made by Stephen Whitworth. Mea culpa. Errors of this sort are unacceptable and inexcusable, even (or indeed especially) in parody. My apologies.

  13. This feature is the modern-day equivalent of what saloonkeepers used to do in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, to draw customers in: on a hot day, they would sprinkle beer on the sidewalks.

  14. Don’t take my word for it: that was one of poet Robert Frost’s memories of his youth.
    So, is the updated tactic working for you so far?
    It’s interesting to see that the “freedom of expression” argument continues to be as self-serving as ever it was.

  15. Greg’s post may or may not be tactical. I don’t know. He hasn’t showed me any battle plans.

  16. Barb: Welcome to this new thing called the Internet. It works differently than a print publication. Editors generally don’t vet blog posts.

    Now if, on balance, I don’t like someone’s contributions, I’ll take away their blog keys. Greg, however, has done a lot of great stuff and he can keep driving as long as he wants.

    Besides, pornography and erotica are a huge part of our culture. It’s something everyone encounters and many if not most people seek out. It’s a legitimate topic to write about. And since Greg’s written well over 1,000 posts and only two of them have had the headline “Porn Star Of the Week”, it’s not like he’s going overboard.

  17. Thanks for the news flash, Stephen. That an editor generally doesn’t vet this blog is pretty self-evident!
    You’ll recall my comment #11. Now, if the reader survey has no effect on the blog, then I think that Moon Daddy’s question and his reservations about the feature are still sound.

  18. I’m surprised regular Dog Blog readers haven’t sussed what Greg’s doing here. Maybe they’re not reading all the way through. I’ll stop short of saying “keep it up”, but well done, Greg!

  19. #22 possibly the readers / fans
    of the pdog n’blog perhaps?

    We definately don’t live in Europe.
    Or in their mindscape.

    Discovery chan ,tonight showed how an old unsed highway was in turned into a solar power grid, over 1600 4×8 panels that help reduce grid power on the surrounding towns.

    Geothermal in an Alberta commmunity?

    google it.

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