A few years ago, while strolling around looking for adult film stars to interview at Exxxotica, I came across one of the greatest performers of the genre.
Our vault of interviews in "Talking with the Stars" once again takes us back to the early part of 2018 at the AVN Expo in Las Vegas. September Reign's bubbly spirit is drawing a lot of attention.
Back in 2018, I flew out to Las Vegas in hopes of making another documentary about the adult film industry. I attended the AVN Expo during AVN Awards weekend. Imagine Super Bowl week for adult film, and that's what the weekend is like for the industry.
Sexuality has been on my mind the past few months. More specifically, the difficulties women can experience expressing and finding power in their sexuality. In my previous post, I discussed how I have found this to be case, and I place the blame somewhat on how society objectifies the female body, causing women to struggle with owning their sexuality.
You live the life you love, you love the life you live ... That's the name of the game isn't it? I believe so and sex is a big part of it. You know I write about it all of the time because for me, imagination is a big part of great sex. I've been known to say that if you capture my mind, then you absolutely have my pussy. I get turned on visually and mentally before its physical. In my continuous search for inspiration I got blessed with opportunities to meet great people. I introduced you to a wonderful sister in a previous blog called Pleasure Is Self-Care and I'm about to bring you ANOTHER ONE in my DJ Khaled voice. Her name is Devi Maisha and she is a sensual energy alchemist and pleasure coach, check out her information and please reach out to her if you need some ... coaching!
I made a confession via my blog called Pictures Speak to My Inner Freak that I make it a habit of scrolling, a.k.a. stalking people, on social media for all kinds of inspiration for my wordplay. Thank goodness for me, the people I follow and/or find then follow are very inspiring. Because of my constant scrolling, a.k.a. stalking, I was introduced to someone and some things that I didn't know about or understand, yet I was very intrigued to learn more.
I first met Casey Carter at Brooklyn's Sexpo, where we immediately clicked over a conversation about highlighter. It didn't take too long for us to be laughing up a storm, compare notes on favorite merchants, and also just talk about the BDSM scene as a whole.
Once in a while, you will have the pleasure of meeting a woman who is driven, intelligent, and able to overcome all the hardships life throws at her. Women like this are few and far between, but always are an inspiration.
First things first—what exactly is a content creator? It may come as no surprise to you that it’s what it says on the tin; a content creator is someone who creates their own content. This can come in the form of YouTubers, independent filmmakers, writers, and artists. However for this specific article I want to talk about a very specific type of content creator. I want to talk about a sex worker content creator. To aid me in this article I interviewed Lola (not her real name—it’s been changed for safety reasons) who is a sex worker content creator. The following is a transcript of our discussion:
Hada Pixie is one of those adult performers who really, truly knows how to own at life. She's not just one of the super cool ladies of Pixel Vixens; she's also a talented artist, photographer, and clothing accessory designer, too.
In the sex work world, there have been many laws that have hurt sex workers. They are, whether people want to realize it or not, a very discriminated-against group of people who literally just want to work with their careers without fearing for their lives.
Hey everyone, welcome to the 3rd installment of Ask a Submissive! As always if you have any more questions for me whatsoever, you can ask them on my twitter @SubSaysHello, or if you're too shy, you can shoot them at my tumblr anonymously.