Netflix and Neighbours star Caitlyn Stasey reveals new career as 'female friendly' porn star

FORMER Neighbours star Caitlyn Stasey has revealed her new porn career with a “female friendly” company. 

The Aussie actress, 30, will be directing films for female-led site Afterglow. 

Caitlyn shot to fame playing Rachel Kinski in the long-running Aussie soap from 2005 and 2009.

She later starred as Kenna in Netflix historical drama Reign from 2013 to 2015.

But the star, from Melbourne, revealed her move into the porn industry yesterday in an interview with Women’s Wear Daily.

She told the publication she had linked up with the “queer-run and operated company” Afterglow – and was working with a “very cool group of women”.

Caitlyn revealed she was set to start filming in February – but had been forced to abandon the plans due to Covid-19. 

The actress said: “Making a regular film during COVID-19 is tough – making a pornographic film during COVID-19? Virtually impossible.”

Female-friendly porn refers to porn that is catered to women's tastes rather than men's.

A number of websites and film companies have popped up in the last five years which provide it, including Make Love Not Porn and Frolic Me.

But Caitlyn hasn't abandoned her acting career completely, and is continuing work on new drama series Bridge and Tunnel for the Epix cable network.

The star has previously spoken out against social media censorship of nudity and promoted female empowerment.

In 2016, she posted topless pictures on Instagram in a protest against the platform's no-nudity rules.

And she has campaigned for gender equality, launching website Herself.com in 2015 to provide a space for women to talk about sex, relationships and feminism.

The actress has described her sexuality as "mostly gay" but says she is "fluid", having also dated men in the past.

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