Meet Ruby folks. We’re very much looking forward to working with her in the future so you bloody better keep following this blog for updates. Please enjoy this behind the scenes video of her & Violet…

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As a performer on a Lightsouthern set, I am entitled to the following



1a) I have the right to know who my co-performer/s will be.

1b) I have the right to know how much I am being paid and how.

1c) I have the right to understand the idea/ concept of the scene, provide feedback and raise concerns.

1d) I have the right to be aware of the duration I’ll be be on-set, and how long the actual filming will take.

1e) I have the right to know what acts I will be required to perform in the scene.

1f) I have the right to know the location the shoot will take place and who will be on-set.

1g) I have the right to inform the Director/ Producer if unsure about any request.

1h) I have the right to use safe sex barriers and to not lose the work if I choose to use condoms, dams,  gloves etc.

1i) I have the right to be informed of and review any last minute changes – I have the right to refuse changes if I don’t feel comfortable.

1j) I have the right to be informed of which online platforms the final content will be located.

1k) I have the right to refuse any sexual act I’m not comfortable with.

1l) I have the right to all the correct information regarding STI testing, so I’m fully aware of the risks involved with unprotected scenes.

1m) I have a right to be sent a copy of the release forms, so I understand what I am signing prior to the shoot.

2. ON – SET

2a) I have the right to be paid the agreed amount and in correct manner when I arrive to set.

2b) I have the right to cancel the scene at any point.

2c) I have the right to sight my co-performer/s STI results and ask any questions related to them.

2d) I have the right to conduct a pre – shoot visual health check on my co-performer/s.

2e) I have the right to shower alone before and after my scene, be provided with fresh towels, and have a space on-set to relax alone if I need it.

2f) I have the right to access a first aid kit, safe sex barriers and accessories (lube etc).

2g) I have the right to a meal (with allergy/ preference considerations) and beverages provided by Director/ Producer (shoots over 3 hours).

2h) I have the right to a safe, clean, respectful and friendly working environment.

2i) I have the right to inform the Safety Officer, Producer/ Director any Crew member of any inappropriate behaviour, or if I’m unsure about anything (even the crew themselves).

2j) I have the right to be treated by all crew in a respectful and courteous manner.

2k) I have the right to not be pressured to engage in anything that makes me feel uncomfortable.

2l) I have the right to a witnessed discussion before the scene to talk about hard limits and explicit boundaries with my co-performer.

2m) I have the right to engage in a ‘dry run’ to establish which acts I can/ cannot engage in with my co-performer, identify parts of the body that we do not consent to be touched throughout the scene, to further clarify consent and shoot limits.

2n) I have the right to my co-performer understanding that sex on camera is different to sex in real life,  that fact that we are being paid to have sex, does not give anyone a right to my body in any way, nor does it make me give up my autonomy.

2o) I have the right to vocalise my boundaries/ limits and revoke consent to sexual acts throughout the scene and prior within the ‘dry run’.

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3a) I have the right to provide the Director/ Producer feedback positive or negative as per the Fair Work Act, firstly in a verbally non-threatening manner, then secondly in writing without it hindering potential future work.

3b) I have the right to a follow-up conversation with my co-performer if I was involved in a (kink/ fetish) scene that involves aftercare.

3c) I have a right to a follow-up conversation with my co-performer if I have direct feedback  for them positive or negative. This information will be kept confidential.

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4. Performer Personal Responsibilities

4a) Arrive to set on time, ready to shoot with all requested items from Director/ Producer.

4b) Being STI tested within the time frame requested by Director/ Producer.

4c) Bring current photo ID, plus STI results to set each time.

4d) Read and sign the contract/ release forms correctly and ask questions if unsure about anything.

4e) Communicate with the Director/ Producer if I have health issues, grooming issues or personal problems pertaining to the shoot.

4d) Exercising safe words and personal limits.

4e) When in-test for a planned scene, not engage in any unsafe activity that puts my co-performer at risk.

4f) Willing to be transparent about my sexual history within the testing period to my co-performer/s.

4j) Keep any personal information I discover, completely confidential.

4k) Ask questions when I am unsure about a directive or request.

4l) Assert my personal boundaries and make them clear to my co-performers, Director/ Producer and Safety Officer.

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These actions will result in the performer being asked to leave set immediately without pay.

5a) Arriving intoxicated and/ or becoming intoxicated on-set prior to completion of filming.

5b) Engaging in any sexual/ physical acts (including showering) with anyone on set, off camera at any time.

5c) Breaching consent or sexually harass, pester or coerce anyone on-set at any stage.

5d) Gossip. Discussing other members in the industry in a derogatory way. As mentioned above if you do have concerns about someone you must talk directly to the Director/ Producer prior to the shoot.




Download a PDF of the document

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There has been super exciting stuff happening for Lightsouthern in 2018. We won a few awards, we were nominated for a few more, we finished up a national tour of Sexpo, we created the first Erika Lust Film to come out of Australia, and also produced a two-part film feature series called Super Host.

With 13 cast members, 9 scenes and some bloody top notch acting by our wonderful Aussie performers Super Host went from one concept, to another, then to another in 6 days. The cast includes some familiar faces, and some incredible newbies! Starring Blake Wilde and Jake Shy, as a house-proud married couple that get their kicks from watching and manipulating their guests in their spare room-to-rent-to-the-public-on-a-nightly basis.


Blake Wilde (the performer of everyones dreams)

Jake Shy (new kid on the block, amazing acting skills & fashion sense)

Violet Russo (the talent permeating from Violet’s skin is ridiculous)

Daliah Amor (Winner Best Porn Newcomer 2018, BDSM aficionado)

Madison Missina (Winner Porn Star of the Year 2018,  check her out in Momentum Vol.2)

Taylor (Momentum Vol. 4 fame, Setting the standard on how to be the best male performer in the biz),

Luc Dean (Momentum Vol.4 Fame, Setting the standard on how to be the best male performer – maybe him and Taylor should fight? We’ll film it),

Jessie Lee Pierce (baddest babe ever, with killer acting chops)

Stevie Green (Creative genius, top gal, loves fortune cookies)

Rosie (of GoW fame, also find Rosie on our Cinema in Australian Bush Adventures)

Laney Day (Check Laney out in Momentum Vol. 3 & 4, I could work with Laney all day everyday),

Stirling Cooper (AVN best newcomer Nominee 2019)

Verde (Unreleased ‘Kinkstergram’, total down to earth babe)

Kink, Shibari (does that fall into Kink? spose), manipulation, Voyeurism, a FOURWAY, cheating wives, cheating husbands, and a very sexy queer cult action.



Having a huge variety of characters was something new, and frankly stressful, however and each performer slotted into those characters so beautifully and impressively. We had many laughs, I can’t thank them enough. Each performer went above and beyond, the acting, the going along with whatever crazy idea we had, Your outfits and props! (Special mention to Jake and Violet).

Our crew was perfect. It’s always tricky finding the right mix of people who can adapt in a fast paced, always evolving and intense environment. Production went for six consecutive days and we produced two Feature FILMS. I can proudly say that with Kristy, Bo, Esmee, Pasha and myself, we created a highly functional team. I am eternally thankful for all their hard work, rolling with schedule changes, cancellations, solving shit on the go and most importantly helping give the performers a safe, enjoyable experience and work environment.



I’m considering making follow up films, or at least scenes. There were a lot of ideas being thrown around the set. The premise is solid, the cast on point so why wouldn’t we? Blake should start dusting off those peach pants.

Thanks to Beate Uhse for giving us another shot at some pretty crazy Aussie films, Fleshlight Australia for donating some toys and supporting fellow Aussie business.

Let’s do it again soon. X

Both films will be available in 2019, along with photo sets by the wonderful Kristy at, with Behind the Scenes Documentaries only on Lightsouthern CINEMA.

In late October the Australian Adult Industry Awards was held again in Melbourne. The last time I attended one of these was back in 2011, representing Abbywinters. So I decided it was high time to put my frock on and attend.

Lightsouthern was nominated for a whopping 7 Awards…


We managed to escape the strip club with two little diamonds, winning:



The last time Lightsouthern won anything in Australia was back in 2013 at the Eros Shine Awards where we picked up ‘Best Porn Production Company.’

I’d like to say thank you to the AAIAs for holding the Industry Event (and for making the food spectacular), the vibe of the evening was light, fun and it seemed like there was no ego or bullshit – which was refreshing and frankly surprising.  Also to you little legends in the public that got on and voted. I appreciate YOU.

Congratulation to all the winners.


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Lastly, we were nominated for a Venus Award, Berlin for Best International Series for our Momentum Films, however Erika Lust took that one out – though we were pumped to be alongside such good company.