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The seeds for AP Sex Ed were sown two years ago when my fans started encouraging me to do a YouTube series on sexology called "Sex Studies." Over the next year, I created a curriculum, drafted the first few scripts, and actually completed the first video. Then, YouTube demonitized all of their "controversial" videos, including sex ed, in an advertising purge known as "Adpocalypse." I had to put Sex Studies on indefinite hold.
Last spring, I read an article in the New York Times that discussed how teenagers are learning about sex from porn, so I thought, “if we’re going to blame us for teaching people about sex, why don’t we just do it? I’ve already done a bunch of research, and I know a lot of performers would be interested in contributing to it. . .”
To be clear: this series is intended for adults. Many of the misconceptions we learn and questions we have as teens carry over into adulthood, and those of us in the sex industry hear about it all the time.
Thus, AP Sex Ed was conceived! Nine months later, I officially announced its creation on Twitter, and the amount of support its received has been astounding! Now, I'm taking a trip to Las Vegas to shoot the first few episodes of AP Sex Ed, and I couldn’t be more excited!
The fan blog will contain updates on the production process, behind-the-scenes clips, and extra content. I’m operating the series with a YouTuber-style business model, generating income through ad revenue, sponsorships (🤞), and most importantly, fan subscriptions and contributions, so it’s really up to you to make this series happen!
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"What Teenagers Are Learning From Online Porn": www.nytimes.com/2018/02/07/magazine/teenagers-learning-online-porn-literacy-sex-education.htmlMovie Length: 00:01:09