Jessica Drake Takes to Reddit to Discuss AIDS Walk LA
LOS ANGELES — Wicked Pictures performer/director Jessica Drake will hold a Reddit IAmA Q&A session online today at 4 p.m.
The IAmA will give Drake a platform to discuss her involvement in the 30th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, as well as answer questions from Reddit members about the adult entertainment industry, sex education and more.
Jessica Drake’s Reddit IAmA — a sub category of Reddit’s AMAs (Ask Me Anything) — is listed on the site’s official calendar. Drake will tweet a link for the IAmA at 3:30 p.m. from @thejessicadrake and @Guide2WickedSex, and she will answer questions from 4-5 p.m.
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“Ask me anything, Reddit!” exclaimed Drake. “I’d obviously love to talk about why AIDS Walk LA has been such an important event to me over the past several years, but really I’m at the mercy of Redditors and their curiosities, and will answer any questions they have. Everything is fair game, which is exactly the way I like it.”
AIDS Walk LA takes place on Oct. 12 in West Hollywood, Calif. For the fifth time, Drake is participating as a “Star Walker” and for the third year she has organized Team Wicked on behalf of Wicked Pictures for the charity walk in West Hollywood Park.
Having raised more than $20,000 last year for L.A. County AIDS organizations, Team Wicked aims to surpass those numbers with additional support.
“We are in the home stretch of fundraising for AIDS Walk LA,” Drake said. “Any support is appreciated, as it goes to a really great cause — improving the lives of those impacted by HIV and AIDS. For those who want to walk with Team Wicked, a $500 show of support means you can spend the day hanging out with Asa Akira, Allie Haze, Victoria Rae Black, Kylie Ireland and me.”
AIDS Walk Los Angeles has drawn more than a half-million participants, who have collectively raised more than $72 million in its 30 years.
The event, which has served as a model of grassroots fundraising and community activism for organizations across the United States, is sponsored by AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA). It is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease, reducing the incidence of HIV infection, and advocating for fair and effective HIV-related public policy. For more information, visit APLA.org.
Those interested in helping Drake and Team Wicked meet their fundraising goal can find more info at the Team Wicked AIDS Walk LA page.