COVID Check-In with Stoya

Virtual Memories Show
COVID Check-In: Stoya

Writer, actress, publisher and adult performer Stoya checks in from Brooklyn. We talk about social change and protests against police violence, why now isn’t the time for self-promotion and why it is the time to promote Black voices, what the next world may look like, and why the AVN Awards committee’s decision to eliminate the category of “interracial” is long overdue. We also get into her pandemic life, the ethical debate over being on OnlyFans, wanting to get back to her AEW Wednesdays, the value of friendship, the toothpaste she hoards when she’s in Serbia, and her relief at discovering that she & her roommate can handle the lockdown. Give it a listen! And go read Philosophy, Pussycats, & Porn!

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About our Guest

Stoya has been a pornographer since 2006 and a writer since 2012. She was written for the New York Times, the Guardian, Playboy, and others. She has acted in a Serbian sci-fi feature, A.I. Rising, and three of Dean Haspiel‘s plays, in Brooklyn and Manhattan. She lives with two cats and a platonic domestic partner named Steve. Her first book is Philosophy, Pussycats & Porn (Not A Cult).

Follow Stoya on Twitter, Instagram, and OnlyFans, check out her magazine, ZeroSpaces, and listen to our full-length podcast.

Credits: The conversation was recorded remotely via Zencastr. I used a Heil PR-40 Dynamic Studio Recording Microphone feeding into a Cloudlifter CL-1 and a Mackie Onyx Blackjack 2×2 USB Recording Interface. All processing and editing done in Adobe Audition CC. Photo of Stoya by Steve Prue. It’s on my instagram.

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