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Several actresses/sex experts provide series of educational videos in the porn genre (notably Nina Hartley and Ava Cadell) so why not Wicked's top contract star Jessica Drake? Unfortunately, this random DVD from her series points up so many shortcomings that Wicked should have pulled the plug long ago.
First off, the pointless and hardly useful program is both short and strictly soft-core. And from a leading porn label like Wicked, releasing a show that does not even feature full frontal nudity is tantamount to defrauding the regulars who patronize the label's product.
Jessica recites a script (credited to writer Angel Ryan) that pretends to be offering tips to femme viewers on how learning and practicing stripper moves might enhance their sex lives. The three actresses employed for demos have no stripping or dancing ability, and merely pose together and remove some clothing. Jessica's verbal tips are pointless and insipid.
So an hour or so including two bonus routines passes by without ever justifying its creation. Alison Tyler brings her big body, fake jugs and outgoing manner to the show, while Fred Olen Ray starlet Beverly Lynne is certainly accustomed to soft-core "not going all the way", but her beauty has faded. I didn't even recognize Sarah Shevon, better used in lesbian shows than this lousy one.
Brad Armstrong, Jessica's mentor, and the show's producer David Lord pop up to receive lap dances that are as boring as could be. Since no hardcore sex (or even softcore sex) is included, Wicked & Jess would have been better off hiring real strippers to show the Artform instead.
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