Tuesday, September 27, 2011

catching up...

i love being busy!
and that's a good thing, because i really am...

right now i'm getting ready for my radio show- here's the info:

IN BED with jessica drake
LIVE on air today 2-3pm PST
Playboy Radio- Sirius & XM 102

today i'll be answering your awkward sex questions, so get em ready! don't be shy...


Sunday, September 18, 2011

The Craving II

Once upon a time, a few years ago, there was a girl who begged for a fairy tale movie. she pestered and pleaded, and thought up scenes and dreamed of princess dresses mixed with raunchy sex until ONE DAY, the powers that be over at Wicked Pictures agreed...and that was The Craving.

In that movie, the girl got to be Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Princess who kissed the frogs, and also one of the girls who the Pied Piper chased out of town. it was very pretty, with the perfect wardrobe, and AMAZING sex. the movie did very well, everyone liked it- and the girl was very happy...even though she didn't get to do her  secret "dream" scene.

the aftermath of my favorite scene

A few months ago, while brainstorming movies, a sequel was brought up, and the girl jumped up and down with glee! (actually, i giggled a bit in anticipation and said i'd do it IF i got to do that secret magical fantasy scene i'd wanted to do before) Last month that dream was made a reality, as the perfect location was found, and the talent list was put together, and just last WEEK a beautiful movie was made, starring yours truly, Alektra Blue, Ash Hollywood, Tanya Tate, India Summer, Kortney Kane, Brad Armstrong, Dale Dabone, Marcus London, Seth Gamble, Rocco Reed, Derrick Pierce, Xander Corbus, Seth Gamble, and Kris Slater. This time around, there were tales of Hansel and Gretel, Pinnochio, Humpty Dumpty, Rumplestiltskin, and best of all, the girl's favorite scene...Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

after shooting the final scene of the movie last night, an outside orgy beneath Humpty Dumpty's Wall, the girl drove home tired and sore, but masturbated happily ever after.

i hope you'll enjoy our dirty little fairy tales as much as i enjoyed making them for you, and soon they'll be ready to share...keep an eye on Wicked's Website & see it there first, along with all of our other movies.

The End

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Guess what!?!

Jessica Drake, Kayden Kross to Host 2012 XBIZ Awards
XBIZ is pleased to announce jessica drake and Kayden Kross as hosts of adult entertainment's biggest industry awards show, the 10th annual XBIZ Awards, on Jan. 10, 2012, in Hollywood.

watch this...

i was thinking a lot about the AIDS Walk & other ways to promote/support AIDS/HIV awareness, and i came across this from (RED)- it's pretty f'n great. lots of star power.

it's so true, though. something so little as 40 cents can make such a difference.

Monday, September 12, 2011


it's that time of year again...

time for AIDS WALK LA. last year, i reached my goal and then passed it & went on to be a Star Walker!

so how do you help? just go HERE and you'll see my personal walker page. everyone who donates will get a special thank you from yours truly.

$20 and over- get a "fan sign" emailed or tweeted to you (a pic of me w/a sign with your name)
$50 and over- get a signed movie, provided you are 18/21 years of age, whichever is the law in your area.
$100 and over- a treat box that you'll love!

if you are in the LA area, and if you are "benefactor" status (donate $1000 or more) i will take you to a special breakfast before the walk AND you will have the option of walking with me.

Did you know that...?
• every 9 1/2 minutes, someone in the U.S. is infected with HIV.
• half of those infected with HIV are under the age of 24.
• 25% of those infected with HIV do not know it.
• Los Angeles County AIDS cases account for approximately 35% of all cases in California.

do something good, get a XXX treat, and remember, your donation is TAX DEDUCTIBLE too!


Sunday, September 11, 2011


today, as i watch all the specials on TV, i think about where i was 10 years ago.

i was driving to LAX to fly into JFK when i got the phone call. i drove home, pulled into my driveway, walked into my house, and sat down on the floor in front of the TV for 8 hours. no matter how many times i see those towers fall, i still feel the same.

my heart goes out to all the heroes of that day, in uniform or not, and all of the many people who lost loved ones.


Saturday, September 10, 2011


July 22

it is bone-chillingly cold.

i am in my tent, in my sleeping bag, in the pitch-black darkness. i'm wrestling for space, competing with my water bottles, camera, phone, ipod, contacts, everything that i don't want to freeze. i haven't really slept since we got into camp a few hours ago, because the altitude is so high (15,295 ft) that my heart pounds, and my arms, legs, and even face is tingling from the Diamox (the altitude meds). i begin to hear rustling outside my tent, and i know that my guide is about to come and tell me it's time to go. i check my watch. it's 11:30pm.

the porter brings me cookies and hot cocoa, but any appetite i had is gone. i shove a few cookies in my mouth and manage to swallow them by taking a gulp of the cocoa. i do this a few times.

i check and recheck all of my things...i am wearing 4 pairs of pants, plus leggings. 2 pair of socks, some amazing insulate snow boots that are comfortable but really heavy. i also have on 4 shirts, a thick fleece, and not one but TWO winter jackets, 2 hats, 2 pair of gloves, and a face mask. i have water, my poles, some pocket handwarmers- which do not work at ALL- a little trail mix, and way inside my clothing, i have my camera stashed away, as close to my body as possible, so it doesn't freeze. i put my head torch on, unzip my tent, and duck outside.

Immediately i lose my breath. it is that cold. i look up, and i see darkness...and then the moon, and then from behind clouds, i begin to make out hundreds of stars, and i'm amazed how bright they are. my guide is already ahead (GO FIGURE!) so i take a deep breath and start walking. for about 20 minutes it's a steady gradual incline, and if i look ahead of me, i see people on the same path, their little headlamps lighting the way. all of a sudden, it gets very steep. i'm walking on shale, little pieces of lava rock, and it's unstable. i take 3 steps and slide back 2. i start to doubt myself. naturally, this makes me angry...but then i get even more determined. i tell myself there's no way i spent 4 days on this mountain to wait till this point and turn around, and besides, if i did, i'd STILL have to walk all the way back down, knowing that i gave up. so i keep going. the path zig zags back and forth, and so do we. it is misting and little freezing cold drops are on whatever bare skin is showing. my face mask is full of snot, which begins to freeze, but i keep going. my guide says i may reach Stella Point (the second highest peak) by sunrise.

i keep walking, my boots heavy, and my breathing hard. i have to take lots of breaks, but everytime i stop moving i only allow myself 10 seconds, then i start again. i saw what happened when people rested too long...they didn't get back up and keep going. sometimes i passed people, sometimes they passed me, but it's not like anyone was beating anyone...we were all in it together, people were crying, throwing up, reaching their breaking point, all in the darkness. after a few hours i was hypnotized by the sound of my shuffling feet in the shale. i kept on putting one foot in front of the other, and i wouldn't let myself stop. it was hard to keep drinking water, but i somehow managed, a tiny sip or two at a time.

i am beyond exhausted.

there is frozen snot on my face. my contacts are freezing in my eyes. i am shaky, and my SOUL is cold. it is still dark, but i look up from the ground, and somehow, there it is... i reach Stella Point.

when i see the sign, i'm so surprised i almost walk right past it. i'm ahead of schedule. i'm still moving forward. these thoughts come to me slowly...and then i realize that i'm going to make it to the top. i knew that Stella Point was over 18,000 feet, and at that moment i got a burst of energy. i kept going. suddenly it got really tough. i couldn't breathe at all, i was dizzy and felt a little buzzed. i started trying to throw up. i got scared, and i kept asking my guide if i was OK. i read a lot about extreme altitude sickness, and knew what the warning symptoms were, and i was starting to get them. i slowed down, but kept going. the sky began to change. all of a sudden, i came almost to the top, and it was getting light...i could see the sign in the distance. i stared at that sign and just kept walking towards it. the last 20 minutes, i started to cough. i was sort of falling asleep on my feet. the guide came and walked right beside me, with his shoulder right behind mine, nudging me on.
and then...

Friday, July 22, 6:50am

i made it. i fucking did it!
i unzipped my two jackets fast and took off one glove so i could get to my camera & we got a few pictures. yes, that's a furry hat with ears that i bought just for the summit. i stayed up there for about 10 minutes before the guide made me start the long descent. within 15 minutes, i was coughing up blood, so he made us hurry. it was really horrible...we were pretty much sliding and skiing though shale all the way down. i lost a toenail. my ankles were raw. we reached the camp 3 hours later (it's much faster on the way down!) but we only had an hour to collect our stuff and keep walking down to the next camp. that took 7 hours, and by the time i got there, i was too sore and tired to be mad, but i did feel VERY accomplished as i limped into that camp. by that time, the elevation was so much lower, only 10,000 feet at this point, so i was able to eat...and SLEEP!!

Excerpt from my journal- Friday, July 22- I did it.