WUSSY MAG sat down with trans performer and adult film star Domino Presley to talk shop, Atlanta, and all her favorite things. Before taking flight to LA for a life of lube, money, and success, Domino was an Atlanta queer nightlife fixture. The city’s vibrant backdrop provided endless thrills before last call became the holy hour of 3 am and clubs stayed open until well...forever!
We were extremely lucky that Domino agreed to let WUSSY editor-in-chief Jon Dean shoot her both in the buff and wrapped in cute militant threads.
Tag her hair color on your Pinterest, as well as her lashes, as well as everything she has on. For those of you looking for a fresh start, we suggest printing one of these images on hefty narrow margin cardstock. Pin that to your fridge whenever you want a reminder of what you will probably never be: the world's cuntiest transgender porn-star.
Hometown: I grew up here (Atlanta, yes in the city) and a village in Michigan called Clinton.
Tell us about your experience performing within the Atlanta drag community.
I was a performer for years before I decided to stop and focus full time on my career in the adult industry. It was a lot different back then. RuPaul's Drag Race wasn't even that big of a deal yet. It (drag in Atlanta) used to be more about the talent and the skill, and now it seems to be more about throwing a bunch of shit on and auditioning for a TV show. There definitely weren't as many performers as there are now.
What’s the weirdest thing that’s happened on set?
I had to work with one of my friends boyfriends before and she was there. While we were shooting we could see her hanging out in the hot tub. It was extremely awkward.
Favorite Atlanta spots?
I don't go out that often anymore but if I do go out you can usually catch me at BJ Roosters. I go there for the drinks and environment. I love the drive in theatre (Starlight) if you haven't been, I strongly suggest it.
What about Atlanta do you think needs to change?
A lot... the way some of you treat each other is despicable.
Who are your style icons?
Olivia Pierson, Natalie Halcrow, Lilly Ghalichi .... Michael Robinson.
Favorite movie of all time and why?
The Craft.The casting was amazing,and I fell in love with all the characters and their very different backgrounds. I can relate to the main character a lot.