Look, you have to understand what it's like to do an interview. You are analyzing every little thing. When a candidate leaves, you keep analyzing, you talk them over with your co-workers, you really try to glean as much as you can from the small amount of time you had together.
So one time we did interview a guy who was candid about his adult web site experience. And after we thought about it for awhile, and wrote down our notes, and talked it into the ground, all of us agreed that it made us just a little uncomfortable. It made him just a little too difficult for us to understand, too morally gray, and ultimately it disqualified him.
This was actually a nice, otherwise qualified and likeable guy who, bizarrely, I worked with at Pizza Hut when I was a teenager and I actually have faint memories of him being smart and reliable.
The moral of this story: put your best foot forward. Don't lie or do anything devious, but de-emphasize the objectionable. Don't give them any reason to disqualify you... That's exactly what many interviewers are trying to do!
That's my experience, I hope it helps.