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117: Reel Old Sex: With Joan Price and Jessica Drake

Our Better Half

Our guests this week are Joan Price and Jessica Drake. Joan is the pre-eminent expert on senior sex and Jessica is an award-winning filmmaker and sexuality educator. Together, they have collaborated on A Guide to Wicked Sex: Senior Sex with real people having and talking about senior sex.  You can learn more about the video here. And you can learn more about Joan here. You can follow Jessica on Instagram or Twitter.  And if you’d like to find more shows, visit our website and please subscribe! We love our listeners and welcome your feedback. You can find us on Facebook and Twitter. Or you can write to us at this address. We can’t wait to hear your thoughts. As always, thanks for listening!

29mins

7 Mar 2021

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S3 E3: Laura sizzles with one of the sexiest and most prolific porn stars on the planet, the stunning Jessica Drake.

Talk, Naked

In this episode of Talk, Naked Laura was in Las Vegas hotel suite to chat with the iconic adult film star Jessica Drake about her latest project granting fans a most up close, personal look into her life!

15mins

6 Oct 2020

Similar People

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S3 E3: Laura sizzles with one of the sexiest and most prolific porn stars on the planet, the stunning Jessica Drake.

Talk, Naked

In this episode of Talk, Naked Laura was in Las Vegas hotel suite to chat with the iconic adult film star Jessica Drake about her latest project, granting fans a most up close, personal look into her life!

15mins

6 Oct 2020

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Jessica Drake

Adult Empire Podcast

Even after two decades in porn, Jessica Drake is still learning new things about sex, herself, and the industry at large. Drake joins Adult Empire for an in-depth interview on some of her most interesting recent projects (“Divine” and “Jessica Drake's Guide to Wicked Sex: Senior Sex”) plus much more.

51mins

18 Sep 2020

Most Popular

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3: The Unparalleled Jessica Drake

CAM4 Presents: Licked & Loaded with Laura Desirée

Adult starlet and unapologetic icon Jessica Drake joins the conversation for an unforgettable discussion.

34mins

3 Sep 2020

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119: Guide to Wicked Sex – Jessica Drake

Better Sex

Jessica Drake is an adult film performer, writer, and director. She’s also a sexual health advocate and sex educator. Her onscreen work earned her numerous awards, including three AVN Best Actress Awards. Jessica is a graduate of San Francisco Sex Information (SFSI) and a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). To encourage sexual health and wellness, Ms. Drake conceived and produced the award-winning “Guide to Wicked Sex” videos exploring and demonstrating different aspects of human sexuality with knowledge, experience, and good humor. Her advocacy for improved sexual education, broader awareness of sexual health, and her positive portrayal of the adult industry has led to multiple international speaking engagements and being featured in Cosmopolitan, The Daily Beast, CNBC, Playboy, Forbes, the Huffington Post, and more. She is a powerful advocate for sexual health and sexual education, improving the wellbeing and lives of her audiences. From Performing to Educating While Jessica was paying her way through school as an exotic dancer, she recalls meeting a group of people who worked in pornography and invited her to get involved. She says she initially took them up on their offer by doing softcore, solo magazine shoots and working as an extra in edgier, sexier shows on HBO, Cinemax, and Showtime. When her friends offered to show her a porn shoot and let her help out behind the scenes, Jessica was shocked by how much the reality of shooting pornography varied from her preconceptions. At this shoot, she “fell in love” with the controlled and safe eroticism, self-expression, and creativity afforded by filming pornography. She discusses performing in porn films soon thereafter, and signing a contract with Wicked a full decade after filming her first movie. Jessica describes the beginning of her work for Wicked as an actress dedicated to her craft, whether she was delivering scripted lines or performing intimate scenes. She explains that her interest in educating the public started when people would approach her with questions about sex during her promotional appearances at adult stores. From their questions, Jessica deduced a real need for education about fundamental elements of human sexuality, so she created her video series, “Jessica Drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex,” to augment her educational talks and workshops, and meet that need for sexual education. Ethics in the Sex Industry Jessica shares her perspective on mainstream media, labeling it as condescending towards the porn industry, often using buzzwords like ‘trafficking’ and ‘coercion’ to sensationalize their stories. Despite these stories, she asserts that she’s never seen or heard of anyone being coerced or pressured into doing porn; pointing out that trafficking is not welcomed in the industry at all. She lists the legal documents, contracts, codes of conduct, and proofs of identity that people must complete in order to film for any studio and explains that many groups, from anti-porn feminists to religious fundamentalists have reasons to oppose the porn industry, but is aware their opposition largely stems from misinformation. While she admits that some abuse has happened in the past, she argues that modern performers are more vocal about this although coercive and unethical practices are very rare in the industry and are rooted in hearsay. Civil Rights of Sex Workers The rights sex workers should be afforded are basic human rights, according to Jessica. Currently, she explains that lawmakers pass legislation that can endanger the lives and livelihoods of sex workers under the guise of preventing trafficking. She recounts a story in which she was asked to sign a petition to “help poor women in porn” who were being abused. She explains that the porn industry is so marginalized and stigmatized that starting these campaigns is common and often leads to legislation that infringes upon the civil rights of sex workers. Porn as Sexual Education Jessica reminds us that the porn industry isn’t responsible for providing sexual education, but she admits that many parents’ reticence to discuss sexuality with their children, and legal restrictions leading to practices such as abstinence-only sex ed, has created a knowledge gap that porn is inadvertently filling. In watching porn, many viewers erroneously expect to be able to emulate what they see and receive the same results shown in porn movies. To combat this misinformation, Jessica explains that she pursued educational credentials to create her series of guides. Her videos have her narration throughout, interviews with the performers, and two or three hardcore demonstrative scenes to highlight the practical applications of the information conveyed. With this she has started building credibility as an educator, with increasing appearances at prestigious educational venues. Due to these appearances, she says that she’s worked to fight the stigma against sex and sex education. Porn movies, Jessica discusses, usually present a streamlined, polished, finished product. She describes her educational videos as differing by showing the nonlinear and more technical aspects of having sex, like applying lube, putting on condoms, and locating specific places on human bodies. She explains that she’s also educated people about communication during sex, massage, body worship, and navigating sex with plus sized partners. Creating Senior Sex Jessica describes meeting and bonding with Joan Price at a conference. Several years later, Jessica invited Joan Price to collaborate with her on Senior Sex, a video that helps senior citizens navigate talking about sex, approach kink, and even find new partners. She discussed her difficulties casting senior sex; she wanted to cast people of color in the film to help the content be relatable to more audiences, but was unable to book any by filming time. Jessica is particularly effusive about senior sex, due to society training people to be repulsed by the idea of wrinkles, old age, and sexuality in old age. She reminds us that we’re all ‘seniors in training’ to help us overcome our cultural prejudices. Resources for Jessica Drake: https://www.guidetowickedsex.com https://twitter.com/thejessicadrake https://www.instagram.com/jessicadrake/ http://www.wicked.com More info:Link to the free guide – Talking About Sex: http://bettersexpodcast.com/talkJoin my email list here: http://bettersexpodcast.com/listBook and New Course – https://sexwithoutstress.comWeb – https://www.bettersexpodcast.com/Sex Health Quiz – http://sexhealthquiz.com/Better Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/

52mins

6 Apr 2020

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119: Guide to Wicked Sex – Jessica Drake

Business Innovators Radio

Jessica Drake is an adult film performer, writer, and director. She’s also a sexual health advocate and sex educator. Her onscreen work earned her numerous awards, including three AVN Best Actress Awards. Jessica is a graduate of San Francisco Sex Information (SFSI) and a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT). To encourage sexual health and wellness, Ms. Drake conceived and produced the award-winning “Guide to Wicked Sex” videos exploring and demonstrating different aspects of human sexuality with knowledge, experience, and good humor. Her advocacy for improved sexual education, broader awareness of sexual health, and her positive portrayal of the adult industry has led to multiple international speaking engagements and being featured in Cosmopolitan, The Daily Beast, CNBC, Playboy, Forbes, the Huffington Post, and more. She is a powerful advocate for sexual health and sexual education, improving the wellbeing and lives of her audiences. From Performing to Educating While Jessica was paying her way through school as an exotic dancer, she recalls meeting a group of people who worked in pornography and invited her to get involved. She says she initially took them up on their offer by doing softcore, solo magazine shoots and working as an extra in edgier, sexier shows on HBO, Cinemax, and Showtime. When her friends offered to show her a porn shoot and let her help out behind the scenes, Jessica was shocked by how much the reality of shooting pornography varied from her preconceptions. At this shoot, she “fell in love” with the controlled and safe eroticism, self-expression, and creativity afforded by filming pornography. She discusses performing in porn films soon thereafter, and signing a contract with Wicked a full decade after filming her first movie. Jessica describes the beginning of her work for Wicked as an actress dedicated to her craft, whether she was delivering scripted lines or performing intimate scenes. She explains that her interest in educating the public started when people would approach her with questions about sex during her promotional appearances at adult stores. From their questions, Jessica deduced a real need for education about fundamental elements of human sexuality, so she created her video series, “Jessica Drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex,” to augment her educational talks and workshops, and meet that need for sexual education. Ethics in the Sex Industry Jessica shares her perspective on mainstream media, labeling it as condescending towards the porn industry, often using buzzwords like ‘trafficking’ and ‘coercion’ to sensationalize their stories. Despite these stories, she asserts that she’s never seen or heard of anyone being coerced or pressured into doing porn; pointing out that trafficking is not welcomed in the industry at all. She lists the legal documents, contracts, codes of conduct, and proofs of identity that people must complete in order to film for any studio and explains that many groups, from anti-porn feminists to religious fundamentalists have reasons to oppose the porn industry, but is aware their opposition largely stems from misinformation. While she admits that some abuse has happened in the past, she argues that modern performers are more vocal about this although coercive and unethical practices are very rare in the industry and are rooted in hearsay. Civil Rights of Sex Workers The rights sex workers should be afforded are basic human rights, according to Jessica. Currently, she explains that lawmakers pass legislation that can endanger the lives and livelihoods of sex workers under the guise of preventing trafficking. She recounts a story in which she was asked to sign a petition to “help poor women in porn” who were being abused. She explains that the porn industry is so marginalized and stigmatized that starting these campaigns is common and often leads to legislation that infringes upon the civil rights of sex workers. Porn as Sexual Education Jessica reminds us that the porn industry isn’t responsible for providing sexual education, but she admits that many parents’ reticence to discuss sexuality with their children, and legal restrictions leading to practices such as abstinence-only sex ed, has created a knowledge gap that porn is inadvertently filling. In watching porn, many viewers erroneously expect to be able to emulate what they see and receive the same results shown in porn movies. To combat this misinformation, Jessica explains that she pursued educational credentials to create her series of guides. Her videos have her narration throughout, interviews with the performers, and two or three hardcore demonstrative scenes to highlight the practical applications of the information conveyed. With this she has started building credibility as an educator, with increasing appearances at prestigious educational venues. Due to these appearances, she says that she’s worked to fight the stigma against sex and sex education. Porn movies, Jessica discusses, usually present a streamlined, polished, finished product. She describes her educational videos as differing by showing the nonlinear and more technical aspects of having sex, like applying lube, putting on condoms, and locating specific places on human bodies. She explains that she’s also educated people about communication during sex, massage, body worship, and navigating sex with plus sized partners. Creating Senior Sex Jessica describes meeting and bonding with Joan Price at a conference. Several years later, Jessica invited Joan Price to collaborate with her on Senior Sex, a video that helps senior citizens navigate talking about sex, approach kink, and even find new partners. She discussed her difficulties casting senior sex; she wanted to cast people of color in the film to help the content be relatable to more audiences, but was unable to book any by filming time. Jessica is particularly effusive about senior sex, due to society training people to be repulsed by the idea of wrinkles, old age, and sexuality in old age. She reminds us that we’re all ‘seniors in training’ to help us overcome our cultural prejudices. Resources for Jessica Drake: https://www.guidetowickedsex.com https://twitter.com/thejessicadrake https://www.instagram.com/jessicadrake/ http://www.wicked.com More info:Link to the free guide – Talking About Sex: http://bettersexpodcast.com/talkJoin my email list here: http://bettersexpodcast.com/listBook and New Course – https://sexwithoutstress.comWeb – https://www.bettersexpodcast.com/Sex Health Quiz – http://sexhealthquiz.com/Better Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/

52mins

6 Apr 2020

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Chatting with Bonnie & Joel from the cast of jessica drake's Wicked Guide to Senior Sex

The Maven's Private Diaries

In this episode, I had the privilege to speak with two cast members from jessica drake's Wicked Guide to Senior Sex: Co-created with Joan Price.  I ask Bonnie and Joel what their motivation was for being in the film and what they hope people will learn. We touch on many interesting topics in our chat, such as dry, male orgasms, swinging, squirting and more.  We have a strong feeling that we'll be speaking with Bonnie and Joel again in the future and we certainly look forward to that! If you would like to purchase a copy of the film you can do so from the following: Australia and New Zealand: https://www.thespicyboudoir.com/jessica-drakes-wicked-guide-to-senior-sex USA https://www.wicked.com/en/sexguide https://joanprice.com/wicked-sex --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-maven/message

24mins

9 Feb 2020

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Jessica Drake: Solving the world’s problems, one porno at a time

Curious Conversations About Sex

Today, we’re chatting with Jessica Drake. Jessica’s big in the world of porn and sex-work, which, along with her own life story, has given her some fascinating perspectives on sex and sex education. We get into all sorts of details about the difference between entertainment porn and education porn, and how a lack of proper sex education leads people to porn, which we then blame for not being educational. Jessica’s authority to speak to the topic comes from about 20 years in the game, at every level – from rank amateur, then as a seasoned performer, and then as a producer. Recently she’s been doing some great work around producing educational material and other forms of outreach, and she’s also one of the people that spoke out about the way she was treated by Donald Trump. We caught up when she was in Melbourne recently for Sexpo; join us for a conversation about sex. Jessica Drake’s pleasure guides can be found at: https://www.guidetowickedsex.com/ Twitter @thejessicadrake Insta jessicadrake http://conversationsaboutsex.curiouscreatures.biz/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/CCAS-Ep-51-Jessica-Blake.mp3

57mins

3 Dec 2019

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Ep. 214: Jessica Drake's Guide to Wicked Sex Ed

The Manwhore Podcast: A Sex-Positive Quest

Jessica Drake is one of the last true stars in the adult entertainment industry. With nearly 20 years in the business, she is one of the most sought-after actresses and wins an award or two nearly every year. Drake, a condoms-only performer, is also an award-winning sex educator. Jessica Drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex is a series of educational DVDs teaching adults what they didn’t learn in school “through intimate demonstrations performed by some of today’s hottest adult stars.” We tackle her passion for sex education and the porn star community on this week’s captivating Manwhore Podcast! ALSO: Hear a teaser clip of my bonus episode with financial dominatrix Goddess Venus! PLUS: HIV scares, Prop 60, trans women, alternative porn, and advocacy! RSVP for this month’s Fanwhore Facebook Live Hangout! Join us in New York City this August for ManwhoreCon! Click here to get your weekend pass today! Follow Jessica Drake! Twitter: @realjessicadrake Jessica Drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex Watcher her on Wicked.com! Follow Goddess Venus! Twitter: @VenusYourGod IWantClips Join our fanwhore community for just $1! Click here to become a member and support the show! Email your comments, questions, and boobies to manwhorepod@gmail.com. www.ManwhorePod.com

1hr 8mins

16 May 2018

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