For Immediate Release | "jessica drake's Guide to Wicked Sex" Featured on Jane Pratt's xoJane.Com
Los Angeles, Calif. – (March 8, 2012) – Thanks to jessica drake, sex education just got sexy. As a dynamic writer, filmmaker, host and public speaker, she’s sharing her thoughts on sexual wellness with audiences worldwide. It’s a recipe for success that has already attracted both prestigious award recognition and high-profile media attention, including this week’s coverage from the celebrated women’s lifestyle site xoJane.com. Created by Jane Pratt, the iconic founding editor of Sassy and Jane, this trend-setting site was recently dubbed one of the “Top 10 Lifestyle Websites for Women” by Forbes.
The xoJane.com feature chronicles the production of the fifth release in Ms. drake’s self-enhancement franchise, jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Threesomes. Written in an engaging manner by journalist Emily McCombs, Everybody Eats the Cake: My Day on an LA Porn Set is currently the top article in the influential site’s Sex, Sex, Sex (and Love) section.
With wit and candor, Ms. McCombs shares simple yet powerful observations that speak to the heart of Ms. drake’s goals as a sex educator, noting that “jessica is responding to years of heartrending questions from women, whom she says have become a much larger part of the audiences at signings and conventions over the last decade.” It’s a salient point that Ms. drake confirms by observing “For the duration of my career, I’ve mostly been sexual inspiration to a lot of guys, but I think this is a really great chance for me to be able to give back to women.”
Ms. McCombs is also quick to note that the professionalism Ms. drake brings to the production flies in the face of many pre-conceived notions about those who come from a background in adult entertainment. “Agency and business savvy ooze from her perfectly made-up pores,” she enthuses. “When jessica sits down to record her voice-over narration, I’m surprised and pleased to hear her script includes discussion of boundaries, safer sex and consent.”Further dispelling outdated societal views regarding adult entertainment in general and the sexual self-help genre in particular, Ms. McCombs praises both Ms. drake and the ladies of jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex: Threesomes by confiding, “I obviously came into this situation believing strongly in a woman’s right to engage in sex work or do anything else she wants with her God-given body. But even I was surprised by just how smart and in control the women on set were.”
Indeed, Ms. drake’s positive approach to sexual wellness is creating a buzz, and her message is spreading: in January, the jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex franchise won the top awards in its genre at both the 29th Annual AVN Awards and the 10th Annual XBIZ Awards.To read Ms. McCombs’ insightful piece in its entirety, please visit http://xoJane.com/ses/everybody-easts-cake-my-day-la-porn-set. Ms. drake knows that one of the biggest issues facing couples today involves finding new ways of exploring their sexuality together, and she has the knowledge, experience, and desire to help couples heighten their erotic experiences.
To learn more, please visit www.wicked.com. Pictured below: jessica drake and journalist Emily McCombs. On-set photographs courtesy