Sinner Takes All – Tera Patrick Book Signing Event in San Francisco

Posted on January 4th, 2010 in Adult Industry Events,GameLink,Porn People,Pornstars,Tera Patrick by admin


Attention San Francisco & Bay Area Tera Patrick Fans!

On January 13th, 2010, Tera Patrick will be signing copies of her new book, Sinner Takes All, as she meets her fans at Borders Books & Music Union Square store. A must-read for any Tera fan, or anyone who’s ever wanted an insider’s look into the business and pleasure of making porn movies, Sinner Takes All is Tera’s story of her meteoric rise to the top of the Adult Industry, in her words. Like Jenna Jameson‘s tell-all book How To Make Love Like a Porn Star, Tera’s book promises to be a titillating, engaging read, especially in light of the recent changes in her life.

The Union Square Borders event page has details and directions if you’re interested in going to meet Tera Patrick.


Jesse Jane and Teagan – together again! If only Tera had shown up

teagan and jesse

Don’t believe the hype about “Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge.” Just get the movie. It’s a keeper, and a movie that, with its precursor, occupies its own tiny niche of Blockbuster Porn. Sometimes blockbusters don’t do everything they should, but “Pirates II” does some things really well. In that way it is the porn equivalent of “Pearl Harbor”; narratively suspect, expensive, all over the place, but a technical milestone.

And the sex scenes? Excessive in just the right way. The theatrical version features some editing we don’t normally see in sex scenes – good editing. The bonus DVD features these same scenes except 20 minutes longer. It almost doesn’t seem like that would even be fun

Here we see Teagan interviewing Jesse Jane at the premiere this weekend. Teagan starred in the first “Pirates” and is now a free agent. I never thought of her as an interviewer before, but she is very good at it. Jesse Jane, of course, is as well-spoken as Tera Patrick at these events. See? All the Digital Playground girls made good.

Buy “Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge” here
Buy “Pirates” here

Exclusive Access to Tera Patrick’s Hotness!

Posted on June 9th, 2008 in Adult Industry News,Porn News,Pornstars,Tera Patrick by admin

Can’t get enough Tera Patrick? Join her official website now and get exclusive access to home movies, photos and behind the scenes content:

Tera Patrick on Paulina Porizkova, toes

Posted on January 8th, 2008 in Adult Industry Events,Adult Movie Awards,Tera Patrick by Gram

“The first porn I saw was one of my dad’s Playboys,” Tera Patrick said, “I thought, ‘She looks beautiful.’ And that’s all I thought.”

Patrick is hosting AVN’s 25th annual awards show Saturday night.

“And when I did Playboy myself, I thought, ‘I feel beautiful’. And what was weird was that I was standing there naked in the middle of the room and everyone was rushing around and no one was looking at me.”

When it came to moving from the printed page to video, Patrick acknowledges that some people suddenly became prudish.

“They were saying, ‘How can you do that?’” she said. “And I said, ‘The only differences between that simulated stuff in the magazine and what I’m doing now is that I’m spending less time doing it and I don’t have to hold still.”

Patrick is sanguine about being a porn star and unapologetic. Maybe it’s because her parents aren’t from here.

“I never want to denounce the fact that I am or was a porn star,” she said. “It’s opened a lot of doors for me. I’ve met some wonderful people.”

And Patrick has achieved that level of fame in porn that people buy the whole Tera product, rather than focusing on parts of her anatomy.

“What I’ve come to realize is that people aren’t watching me arch my toes,” she said.

Tera Patrick Interview by

Posted on December 15th, 2007 in Tera Patrick by admin

Check out this excellent Tera Patrick interview at the pop culture site

Here’s an excerpt:

TONY: What I’ve always found fascinating about the adult entertainment industry is the fact that a lot of people involved in the business are extremely intelligent people. I think sometimes people might think, “Oh, they’re just a bunch of sleazy perverts.” Do you think a lot of people in the adult entertainment industry get a bad rap?

Tera Patrick: I think that that’s definitely true. I mean, I say to people that there’s definitely a stigma attached to being in this industry is that a lot of people assume, “Oh, she must have been abused, or she must be a drug addict.” But I always say that in my line of work and for what I’m trying to promote out there is I always say empowerment over exploitation. For me, I’ve been able to start my own business, and I made the best of what god gave me, which was my looks, and I think that I’ve been able to kind of propel being a porn star into being a sex symbol and just being intelligent and making people realize that there’s all sorts of advantages to being in this industry.