AbbyWinters Announces Women's Sex Ed Video Series

AMSTERDAM — has debuted a new educational video series called “AW Ed” aimed at answering topical questions about being a young woman in society today.

The company said that “ life, love, relationships, and sex” are all covered in the series that features the site’s models answering topical questions.

Released weekly on both and the site's YouTube channel, the no-nude project debuted in early October with “What do girls look for in guys?” Though only models are featured in AW Ed episodes thus far, as the series progresses it will include women from outside of the adult industry.

New AW Ed updates interviewing 10 or more women are being released every Friday on the YouTube channel.

The producers said AW Ed attempts to illuminate the often confusing discussions of sex and sexuality with an informative and wholesome contrast. It also establishes another milepost in the site's reputation to lead the industry in social responsibility and sex-positive media.

CEO Garion Hall said, “We've seen a trend in young men treating their sexual partners like the actors they see in mainstream porn. Sometimes, young women submit to this, because they believe it's accepted and expected behavior. While it might be fun to watch on DVDs, it's not always healthy for either participant. So, I hope that AW Ed gives young women a voice, so young men can treat them with the respect they deserve.”

Model Renae D added, “AW ed was very fun to participate in, as a person who simply enjoys talking, especially about oneself and her opinions. Anything that creates a more complete picture of women in the context of porn is surely a good thing … a porn site can certainly be ethical and sex-positive, and I do think deserves that label.”