LOS ANGELES—On today’s episode of Inside Adult Radio, co-hosts Paul Fishbein, Veruca James and Dani Daniels will address the practice of using pornography in marriage counseling. Joining the hosts in-studio are acclaimed psychiatrist and UCLA professor Dr. Walter Brackelmanns, adult entertainment legend Nina Hartley and adult filmmaker Jacky St. James.

Jacky St. James, whose award-winning films for New Sensations are embraced by many couples looking for erotic movies to enjoy together, says, “There are so many people who struggle with sexual dissatisfaction in their relationships, and I believe pornography can absolutely be useful in reigniting that fire. Being able to speak on Inside Adult Radio with a psychiatrist who actually endorses certain adult films in his therapeutic approach means everything to me. At the end of the day, it is about making a positive difference in people's lives.”

“I’m very happy to be on the show with Dr. Brackelmanns,” says Nina Hartley. “He’s doing important work with sex and sexuality, and I’m delighted to share a mic with him.”

Known for its unique look behind the curtains of the adult industry, Inside Adult Radio is a spinoff of television show, Adult Insider, part of the X3Sixty Network, which is produced by Plausible Films. All of X3Sixty’s adult-themed shows, including Adult Insider, are available to view via cable’s On Demand programming, as well as on InsideAdult.com.

Inside Adult Radio host and Plausible Films President Paul Fishbein states, “I think this will be the most interesting show we’ve done to date. We will be dealing directly with a fascinating issue—how porn saves relationships.”

Co-host Veruca James agrees, noting, “I’m so interested to hear how our gests recommend incorporating porn into marriage counseling.”

Inside Adult Radio is an inside-the-industry program for Vivid Radio on SiriusXM 102, airing Wednesdays from 7–8 p.m. ET. The live, weekly show offers listeners a sexy and fun look at the adult industry from an insider’s point of view.

Image: (l. to r.) Dr. Walter Brackelmanns, Nina Hartley and Jacky St. James.