Many of today’s models would do well to study Lilli Xene’s very sexy moves and the hot ways she plays with sex toys in her videos. They could learn a lot.
Xene means “foreigner.” It’s a Greek word. Lili is half-Welsh and half-German and all-American, born in California.
As a feature dancer, Lilli credited her fans for their support and for making her as popular as she was during her peak years in the 1990s, often called the “Golden Age” of the big-boobed feature strippers. You know the names. An era missed by many who lived it, went to the clubs, bought the magazines and the tapes.
Lilli traveled alone to her club bookings and did 15 themed shows that included boiling wax and fire shows. No “#1 fan” or boyfriend or husband accompanied her on her club treks.
“I don’t have anybody,” she told an editor in 1996. “I’m just not interested. I’m better by myself. I can perform better, I can function better, I can work harder and I can get ahead without any worries or upsetting anybody. A husband or boyfriend would really inhibit me from giving my career the attention it needs. Yes, I’m heterosexual. I get asked that an awful lot of times.
“I’m not lonely. I read a lot. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t use drugs. I’m very straight. When I get back from my show, I like to stay in my room and read. You see, I don’t hate what I’m doing. I think that’s the difference. A lot of people hate their job but I love dancing so that keeps me occupied and satisfied. Maybe that’s because I’m also very religious. I have tremendous faith in God. I read the Bible all the time. I’m strictly into my dancing and that’s not really a conflict with my religion.”