During this year's XBiz show, I met up with new performer Beth McKenna to talk about her upcoming BDSM scene with performer Lotus Lain on Kink.com and her story about how she decided to become a performer in the adult industry at the age of 51. Listen to hear about how she decided to leave a career in law to persue her dreams. In this episode you can also hear her reactions and my commentary to watching her soon to be released scene on Kink.com.
In Episode 3, I interview the founder of pleaseprepme.org Shannon Weber. Her website is your portal into how to navigate the complexities of acquiring the HIV prevention treatment PrEP or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis.
Shannon talks about how PrEP works, how to get access to the treatment, the possible side effects and how to manage them, and how to use insurance, government or other programs to help with the cost. She also offers a broad overview of the science of modern HIV prevention. Please listen to get details... or if you know you want to get on PrEP, go to pleaseprepme.org now to find out how to get access!
Like many businesses, porn production comes with more than its fair share of challenges.
Improvements in technology mean that more and more performers are picking up cameras and producing their own content. With this in mind, while I was at the Phoenix Forum, I interviewed one of the most prolific performer producers I know, Lance Hart.
In this episode, Lance share tips for producing and trading content, reveals the biggest mistake he ever made as a producer, and talks about why he got into the industry to begin with…
For more information on 2257 record keeping requirements or the industry PASS testing protocols, visit the Free Speech Coalition.
There is no denying that it’s been a difficult time. But many people are using it as an opportunity to change things for the better. I’ve been having some thought-provoking behind-the-scenes conversations with colleagues from different areas of the industry, and in the interest of facilitating and promoting dialogue, I want to share some of those conversations with you in my new podcast, Hot Points.
The first person I had the pleasure of interviewing was Leya Tanit, a British performer who last year started Pineapple Support. Pineapple Support is a nonprofit that brings mental healthcare and emotional support to the adult industry. Recently I was able to interview her at the industry trade event the Phoenix Forum.