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jessica drake

Pronouns: she, her   ·   Twitter: @thejessicadrake

An exclusive Wicked Pictures performer, writer, and director, as well as a global humanitarian and emerging sexual wellness authority, jessica drake’s brilliant career is illuminated by her prodigious talent and adult industry clout. A recipient of three coveted AVN Best Actress awards and AVN’s Mainstream Star of the Year honor, jessica has solidified her status as one of the industry’s most illustrious stars. However, it is her time invested in healing, working alongside, and educating the public of which she is most proud. In her self-directed, written, and produced “jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex” series of instructional videos, jessica brings erotic topics to life through intimate demonstrations. Each edition addresses a different aspect of human sexuality, which is presented in the spirit of inclusion and explored with a distinct blend of knowledge, experience, and good humor. The series has earned recognition from AVN, XBIZ, and The Feminist Porn Awards, and is available on DVD, VOD and multiple streaming platforms. She has been featured in most every mainstream news media outlet, from the NY Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Time, Variety, The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, Vice, and more. A charismatic public speaker, the same demand for her modern sex education series also takes jessica around the world – presenting seminars and workshops at expos, retail outlets, and colleges like USC, UCLA, and Chapman University – where she speaks to curious adults desiring to learn more about consent, porn, sex, romance, and communication. jessica also continues to be a paramount voice for sex workers across the world – she’s spoken at the first Women’s March with attorney Gloria Allred, the Let Us Survive March, a rally for sex worker rights, and is a continuing sponsor of scholarships for sex workers.Her passion for sex education, advocacy, and inclusion is potent. “My passion comes from personal experience,” she states candidly, “from the idea we are all connected.”