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A few months back, I was listening to Slate‘s (excellent) “Working” podcast, on which people in various professions—from screenwriter to refrigerator repairman—explain in detail what they do and what a typical day’s like. I found most of them fairly interesting, but I was particularly struck by an episode featuring Jessica Drake, a top adult actress and director who didn’t only enlighten listeners about the porn biz, but impressed me personally with how articulate and frank she was about what working in the industry’s really like—especially for a woman.

What’s the effect of technology and social media been on porn industry, in your opinion?

I don’t think we had a problem differentiating between porn being watched for fantasy and at-home sex until technology spread porn like wildfire. Now, in some instances, [porn] is people’s only exposure to sex, and I think that’s when I started to see it become an issue.

Has technology done great things for me? Yeah, of course. It’s gotten me more exposure, [it helps me] connect with fans. The drawbacks—because it’s so easily accessible—people think it’s a realistic representation of sex…

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Jessica Drake is the stage name of an American pornographic actress, film director, screenwriter, sex educator, philanthropist and radio personality.

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