Vivid to Release Going For The Gold Starring World’s First Intersex Porn Star Taylor Chandler – Plus Clip

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Los Angeles – A new adult movie from Vivid Entertainment titled “Going for the Gold,” features the world’s first intersex porn star Taylor Lianne Chandler, born with both male and female parts, and reveals the celebrity’s version of intimate and erotic details of an alleged affair with a world famous Olympic gold medal winner.

The movie will be released online through the Vivid Celeb imprint on Monday, Jan. 12. Vivid is the leading adult film company and is internationally known for its celebrity sex tapes starring such personalities as Kim Kardashian, Pamela Anderson, Kendra Wilkinson and many others.

“This is the most unique footage Vivid has ever released,” says founder/co-chairman Steven Hirsch. “We expect there to be enormous interest in Taylor. In fact, the sky is the limit on this movie” he noted.

“Intersex is an umbrella term that has replaced hermaphrodite which is now considered politically incorrect,” says Ms. Chandler “In my case, I was born with both a penis and a uterus. Even though my original birth certificate says that I was born male, I always felt that I was a female.” says the 5’8” Ms. Chandler, who has long blonde hair, brown eyes and a curvy figure.

According to recent news reports Ms. Chandler met her Olympian on Tinder last August. “It was like a teenage love affair,” she says. “I have never felt so comfortable and accepted in every way as I did with him.” She was working as a sign language interpreter on Capitol Hill prior to all the publicity about her affair with the high profile Olympian.

In “Going for the Gold” Taylor takes us through an online courting process and then into the bedroom with her hero, revealing exactly why she was so enamored of him. “He made me feel like I was the most beautiful woman in the world. There is not one part of my body that he doesn’t know and he loved every inch of me. This movie will show just how passionate and loving our relationship was. I wanted to make this movie to celebrate this incredible time in my life and also to open the conversation about people born with both male and female genitalia so that there will be more education and understanding of what it’s about,” said Ms. Chandler.

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