First porn star in space says sex will be too ‘difficult’ without gravity


By Max Sonnenberg, The Space Reporter | February 05, 2013

First porn star in space says sex will be too ‘difficult’ without gravity

Coco Brown will be first porn star in space.

Adult film actress Coco Brown is preparing to become to the first porn star in space, according to The Sun. The actress, who has stared in “Black Panty Chronicles 2″ and “Big Booty Bomb 2,” has coughed up approximately $100,000 to take part in a private Dutch mission that is scheduled to launch into space in 2014. The newspaper notes that Brown has already been through anti-gravity training and is looking forward to visiting space on a SXC rocket.

“I’ve always had a love of space,” the porn star told The Sun. “I’m an adventurous person and I thrive off of excitement.”

She may not be the first woman in space, as that honor goes to retired Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova, but Brown is proud to become one of the few people who can say that they have traveled into space and back.

“I’m ready to do something that many would never attempt, and I’m going to tackle it successfully and have another fantastic story to tell,” she added.

If you are big fan of Coco’s movies and you were hoping for a little action in space, you will undoubtedly be disappointed. Although she has made a living having sex on camera, the porn star told The Sun that she will not be having any sex in space.

“Trying to have sex in space is a little difficult,” she said. “You just really don’t have that much control. There would be nothing keeping you together.”

However, being the creative person she is, Coco said she will make every attempt to give her fellow astronauts and fans down on Earth a show worth watching.

“We have gear that we have to wear, but I’ll see what I can do up there,” she said. “Maybe I’ll pop my boob out and take a photo of it with the Earth in the background.”

Besides anti-gravity training, Brown also has to finish training on a Desdemona Simulator, which can simulate G-forces, and the Albatross Jet, which mimics the trip to and from space, according to the Daily Mail.

“338,000 feet N2 space, um gettin a bit scared. Next mission N March Altitude Chamber, L39 jet, G centrifuge ,Desdemona simulator .. F$%K,” she tweeted in January.

If Brown’s trip is successful, the porn star will become only the second African American woman in space.

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