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jessica drake writing for LA Weekly

LOS ANGELES, CA – Following the successful sneak preview of her Playboy Radio show In Bed With jessica drake earlier this week, the titular Wicked Girl is taking her extensive experience in all things erotic and her flair for sex positive writing to cyberspace as a regular contributor to the L.A. Weekly’s provocative online companion journal, L.A.Weekly After Dark.

This news comes as the versatile Ms. drake is in the final stages of planning the next of her ongoing series of talks on human sexuality for West Hollywood’s famed Pleasure Chest.

More than an online magazine, L.A. Weekly After Dark is quickly gaining traction with the public both through its innovative uses of Reddit and Twitter for branding, and the popularity of the LA Weekly’s innovative iPhone app.

With a mission statement that dares readers to “explore the sexier side of the city,” the site delivers carnal news, sex advice, erotic reviews and an activities guide that lifts the sheets to expose Los Angeles’ not-so-private parts. To this end, the editors have found an ideal resource in jessica, who’s not only writing new contributions for the site’s Hints & Advice section but also fielding reader questions on everything from her career with Wicked Pictures to sex tips for both men and women.

While Ms. drake is a relative new contributor to the site, L.A. Weekly After Dark Web Editor Anne Hodder already sees her input as invaluable, observing “jessica is one of the top adult stars, and she’s providing fresh insight and commentary on a variety of subjects that all boil down to sex. Relationship questions, sex tips, opinions and on-set stories – L.A. After Dark wants it all and jessica is one of the very best to give it!”

Hodder also notes that jessica’s provocative musings are playing an expanded role in the site’s evolution. “While most of jessica’s input appears in Hints & Advice, some are included in the L.A. Libido column, in which she’ll share stories and thoughts about sex in this city.”

A 2010 AVN award winner for her sexy work on Brad Armstrong’s acclaimed 2040, the dynamic drake is quick to point out that her rapidly expanding career as a writer and public speaker won’t be impacting her prolific adult film career anytime soon.”I’m still doing all of my regular work, too. Performing in movies, preparing to direct some more, running, and feature dancing. I’m just expanding my horizons!

“After all, there’s no rest for the wicked.”

To read Porn Professor, jessica’s latest L.A. Weekly After Dark contribution, visit:

And once you’ve visited L.A. Weekly After Dark, look for The Alibi, jessica’s newest release from Brad Armstrong and Wicked Pictures. Co-starring Raylene and Veronica Rayne, The Alibi is a stylish erotic thriller that will keep you guessing until the last pop.

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