Jenna Haze, whose real name is Jennifer Corrales, was born in Fullerton, California and grew up in La Habra, California.
Haze is a mainstay in an industry that’s not known for its devoutly religious. But Haze has revealed Christian roots. She said:
I’m spiritual but I’m not religious. I went to church when I was younger with my dad’s side of the family. Not my mom’s side. My mom’s Catholic and my dad’s Christian. So they told me I could choose when I turned twelve. And it was too much to choose, so I didn’t choose. I don’t believe that you have to belong to any organized religion to have beliefs in a higher power.
So, it’s the old “spiritual but not religious” ploy, eh? Heard it a million times. While Haze is certainly not an atheist, we’ll still probably file her under “non-religious.”
Haze is not explicitly political, and probably never will be. When asked what profession she would never pursue, she said:
Anything that has to do with the government.
Hmm… maybe she’s an anarchist. No proof on that one though.
We can assume, for obvious reasons, that Haze is probably socially liberal. She is a bisexual who has said she suffered some persecution as a result:
I would go into drama class and everyone would scream names at me like ‘bi-sexual whore.’ It was just horrible. That is one of the reasons I went on home studies.
So it is likely that she’s sympathetic to gay rights issues.
Then again, Haze is a millionaire, so she might vote Republican for tax reasons.
And when celebrities were coming out of the woodwork in support of Barack Obama, Haze just made an adult film about him. I’m not even going to begin to speculate about what that might mean.
In the end, Haze is a “spiritual” but not religious, non-political adult film actress. I would venture a guess she’s not alone among her peers.