About Us

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Welcome to Sex Across America–a free resource dedicated to straight talk about all things erotic from around the country.  Designed to be both entertaining and informative, we encourage interaction from our readers in order to make this a true community venue–and a place where people can come together to improve the quality of their sex lives.

Our editorial policy is simple:  Intelligent and positive discourse about sexuality in all of its forms.  We hope to inspire considered thought, civil conversation and constructive action with fact and informed opinion while challenging the status quo as needed.  Ultimately, our intent is to cover and present a broad array of timely and pertinent topics that most can relate to in some way, enjoy and put to good use.  Some will be light-hearted while others, no doubt, will be controversial.  Our goal is to ensure that all have value.

To give you a better idea of what this is all about and what we’d like to accomplish, please enjoy this brief introductory video:

Thank you for stopping by.  We hope you’ll help spread the word in your social media circles and actively participate by adding your comments to our features.  If you have questions or suggestions, particularly about topics that you would like to see covered, please don’t hesitate to email us.

Regards,

Luc Wylder & Alexandra Silk,

Executive Producers of Sex Across America

Follow us on Twitter: @SxAcrossAmerica

2 thoughts on “About Us

  1. JohnR

    I have been interested in the adult entertainment industry for some time. Right after I graduated high school and became a fan of Luc Wylder’s stuff when they first opened the new Adam&Eve store in my neighborhood. I find it erotic about amateur style films where young women come into the industry to see what it takes to make it in the adult film business.

    I like the fact that adult film producers decide to try and do parodies off certain films. I would like to see Sex Across America make a comeback if production happens to make its way down to Texas, mainly San Antonio, there have been some photo shoots but no actual sex scenes. There is the Riverwalk where a bridge is set up and couples often walk under the bridge hand in hand. I know this is turning into a rambling but if anything, I am looking to build up my sex life but am unsure how that is why I have taken an interest in the adult film business.

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    1. Admin

      John: Thank you for the comment–and in particular for your suggestion. We’ve actually had some recent discussions about reviving the series in some form, so we’ll definitely keep your thoughts in mind.

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