CANOGA PARK, Calif.—Wicked Pictures is pleased to announce that two of its contract stars are stepping out to inform the public about the ramifications of illegally downloading adult content. 2010 AVN award winners Kaylani Lei and Alektra Blue are joining a host of other performers and directors in “The FSC All-Star Anti-Piracy PSA,” a star-studded series of public service announcements produced by the Free Speech Coalition, the trade organization of the adult entertainment industry.

In the provocative clip featuring Kaylani Lei and Alektra Blue, their segments are intercut with sequences featuring such stars as Joanna Angel and Ron Jeremy. The well-produced video addresses not only the obvious negative ramifications of illegal filesharing but also the adult entertainment world's positive influence as a source of employment for thousands of tax-paying citizens.

Reviewing Wicked's involvement with the video, Free Speech Coalition Membership Director Joanne Cachapero observes, “The Free Speech Coalition is so grateful to Wicked Pictures, as well as Kaylani and Alektra, for volunteering their time to help with this special project. They are both beautiful women, and they represent the adult contract stars that are so loved by their fans.

“But what is overlooked by people who illegally download is that these performers are professionals who work hard at building careers in adult,” Cachapero continued. “When you steal any entertainment content from the Internet, it makes it harder for creative professionals to make a living. Illegal downloads have had a terrible impact on all forms of entertainment, but especially the adult industry.”

In summing up her thoughts on the project, Cachapero couldn't be happier to see the two Wicked beauties uniting with the industry's best and brightest for such a worthy cause. “It’s great to have Kaylani and Alektra speak on behalf of the adult industry, to reach out to consumers and address the problem of content piracy. They were wonderful, as were all the stars that took part in this public service announcement.”

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