Sticky: a documentary

A few years back two men, armed with cameras, lighting and sound came to my house to interview me on a subject I know much about, and love even more. If you’ve ever read my blog, or my book, you know what “that” is, and if not, I’m talking about what Jack and Jill do to get off when they’re not up that hill together.

Jacking off. Jilling off. Get it? I’m talking about masturbation.

I love masturbation. It relieves stress, tension, even allergies. It boosts self-esteem, helps us get to know our bodies, and even has anti-aging properties, the kind that may not be proven by science, but that can be seen in the faces of masturbation activists. If you need more proof on this anti-aging thing, have a look at Betty Dodson (she’s over 80).

I’m honored to be part of a documentary that includes Dr. Joycelyn Elders and Janeane Garofalo (and yes, I’ll bend down and pick up those names I’ve dropped, thank you). They’re just two of the army of the sexually educated who continue to bring attention to a topic of personal interest. A topic that you may not still think is taboo, but kind-of, sort-of, it is. If you don’t believe me, just look at the hype that surrounded “Gossip Girl” Taylor Momsen’s admission last year that her vibrator is more important than a boyfriend right now. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, watch it. The movie still needs funds to get finished, and it deserves to be seen. And if you can, donate to Sticky.