Amberly Rothfield Speaks to Reason Magazine, 'Being There' Podcast

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Adult marketing consultant Amberly Rothfield was recently interviewed by libertarian publication Reason and appeared as a guest on the "Being There" podcast.

Reason editor Elizabeth Nolan Brown’s “What the Porn Industry Thinks of the New War on Porn,” asked several figures in the adult industry what they are worried about. Rothfield spoke about marijuana legalization and the need for politicians to back other issues.

She also discussed the exceptions being written for cam performers regarding California labor legislation AB5, and how more sex workers need to show their numbers and make politicians aware.

"It was incredible to be interviewed by Reason, and the piece really came out well," said Rothfield. "It’s interesting to see what the industry thinks are the real issues we face and the fact we all pretty much agree on them. I’m a huge fan of Reason and was honored to be featured in this amazing piece.”

Rothfield is also the latest guest on "Being There," a podcast exploring the extraordinary aspects of everyday people’s lives. The marketing consultant, also a noted phone sex operator, is featured in "Episode 29: Being a Phone Sex Operator."

To read the Reason article, click here.

To listen to Rothfield's "Being There" episode, visit the podcast's website.

For more from Rothfield, follow her on Twitter.

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