On this webcast of Alexandra Mayers LIVE, Alexandra Mayers provides commentary and analysis for Rashida Jones (producer of the Sundance Film Festival movie Hot Girls Wanted) and Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On (Netflix series) producers Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus
(due to recording difficulties, the audio is choppy in this webcast)
Alexandra explains that the recent criticism of Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On does not come from the porn industry as a whole, but instead the political face of the Los Angeles porn industry – The Free Speech Coalition.
In this webcast, Alexandra shares her thoughts on the hypocrisy of AVN writer Peter Warren and the pornstars who have allegedly complained about being in the Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On series.
In addition, Alexandra Mayers questions why the FSC is so fixated on the supposed “invasion of privacy” and “wrongs” of Hot Girls Wanted, when not too many years ago Pornwikileaks and it’s front man Donald Carlos Seoane (with the cooperation of Ari Scott Bass and Sean Matthew Tompkins of The Real Pornwikileaks) engaged in racially based and homophobic hate crimes far more extreme than anything depicted in the Hot Girls Wanted franchise.
Alexandra verifies the Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On producers recent comments in regards to the Free Speech Coalition – and the fact that over the years, the FSC has habitually utilized intimidation and legal tactics to silence a multitude of independent investigate bloggers and journalists who have documented the truth of the pornographic industry (Luke Ford, Mike South, Gene Ross, Rob Zicari and Alexandra Mayers herself as of current – who is defending herself in court in a near half a million dollar Civil defamation lawsuit filed against her be a well known Free Speech Coalition attorney…a lawsuit that has the specific intention of stifling her first amendment rights – Clark County Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court Civil case: A-14-699072-C Dept. 32 ).
Alexandra Mayers goes into detail about how nowadays, it’s almost pointless for pornstars to utilize stage names considering that today (the moment you participate in ANY pornographic media) it’s incredibly likely that your real (legal) name will be attached to the product. As of current hundreds (if not thousands) of pornstars have their real names linked to their stage name on IMDB.com (along with a variety of other websites aside from Pornwikileaks).
Alexandra Mayers makes it clear to current and potential adult entertainers and pornstars that they need to understand that if they’re not 100% comfortable with their legal name (and likely their family) being attached to their on camera actions, then they have no business getting on camera in the first place.