So a noble tradition begun with Jessica Jaymes that continued with the tripartite reign of Monroe, Mya Luanna, and a combination of sort-of Shy Love and sort-of Joey Hart (with a sprinkling of Joanna Angel) ended this year. No more will Hustler be represented by a face. Instead, the dark tower on the corner of Wilshire and La Cienega will become a font of ideas.
Monroe eased out of her contract earlier this year, regained control of her website, and has since shot for Adam & Eve. She has given up her Daisy Dukes for a Parisian waif’s beret, mixing up the ensemble with a baton, which is also French.
Regardless, everyone remains great friends and will maintain visitation rights, as you can see from Monroe’s post-contract effort for Hustler, Breaking & Entering, also starring Luanna, Penny Flame, and Harmony. It is the music of a people who will not be slaves again.