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Adult Film Star Tasha Reign to Discuss Consent at UCSD’s Alpha Epsilon Pi House


The Adult Performer Turned Activist Provides Sex Education to Fraternity Members

SAN DIEGO (October 24, 2017) – Adding to her CV, adult film star Tasha Reign is heading to University of California San Diego with her colleague Mia Li to discuss consent, sexual boundaries, and more. She will speak at the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house during a special appearance at 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 24.

Much like her recent panel at UCLA’s AEPi house, the event is not open to the public, but Reign and other adult film stars are accepting bookings to speak about consent and provide sex education at higher education institutions nationwide. For booking information or media inquiries, contact

“I'm beyond ecstatic that my appearance at UCLA's fraternity, AEPi, on October 11 struck a chord with other brothers at UCSD! I had hoped it would, and to see it come to fruition is extremely rewarding,” Reign said. “With today's social media, it's never been easier for people to reach out and create. With all of the media attention surrounding “celebrity” sexual predators, it is apparent this epidemic is rampant in our country because there has been an astounding lack of sexual education and we aren’t providing our young adults with the important tools to navigate sex in a healthy and pleasurable manner. Nothing has made me feel like giving back more than being able to talk to college-age students about consent, sex, and why the discussion is pertinent to their lives and everyone around them, regardless of sexual orientation."

As incidents of sexual assault, rape, and sexual harassment on college campuses around the country continue to grow, Tasha Reign and others have been speaking out to raise awareness on the importance of consent and respect for women.

Li, who joined the adult industry at 21, is among the most popular performers even as she joins with Reign in her effort to educate students and provide a safer campus environment.

“I am really proud of Tasha tor taking on this challenge and providing students with vital information about respect for women, boundaries and that no means no!” she said.

A 2014 UCLA graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s Studies, Reign has been outspoken about her support for women’s rights and women’s sexual freedom as well as an advocate for normalizing sexuality and advancing the rights of sex workers. She played a pivotal role in helping defeat the anti-porn Prop. 60 last year by campaigning vigorously and raising awareness through the media, as noted in The Guardian last fall.

In addition to being published in notable mainstream media outlets such as Huffington Post, Al Jazeera America,, and OC Weekly, Reign has also participated in a number of panel discussions and presentations at college campuses. Moreover, her writings have been featured in such collegiate websites as Total Sorority Move and BroBible. Reign’s time at UCLA has been profiled in the school’s paper, The Daily Bruin, as well as LA Weekly, and other publications.

A Penthouse Pet and a contract star for iWantEmpire after serving as an Elegant Angel exclusive performer, Reign is a sought-after speaker, performer, and director, as well as continuing to be one of the biggest draws at premier gentlemen’s clubs all around the country. Despite her busy schedule, Reign continues to direct and produce original content for her popular site while remaining very active with her fans whom she calls her "Reigndeer" on social media.

As the newly-elected Chairperson of Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC), a workplace safety advocacy group for adult performers, Reign is dedicating herself to fighting for the rights of adult performers as well as all women.

Meanwhile, Reign plans to attend graduate school in the fall where she will focus on writing and journalism.

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About Tasha Reign:

Tasha Reign is a dynamic and multi-dimensional star in entertainment. Tasha began dancing regularly at gentlemen’s clubs while pursuing a degree in Women’s Studies from UCLA. The 5’5” SoCal beauty was featured in Playboy 2010’s “Girls of the Pac-10” and named May 2011 Penthouse Pet of the Month. A desire to further explore her sexuality led Tasha to adult films, where she is one of the most sought-after porn stars, appearing in movies for the top studios. Tasha’s acclaimed performances were recognized with a 2014 Female Performer of the Year nomination at the XBIZ Awards and most recently winning the title for Best Website at the 2017 AVN Awards.

In seven years as a performer, Reign has used her porn notoriety to challenge the misconception of women's treatment and objectification in a business where women's bodies are their primary currency for use - and potential abuse. Reign has since created her own film company, Reign Productions, launched her own podcast on iTunes, Through My Rose Colored Lenses, regularly lectures on university panels and continues to write articles for publications such as Huffington Post, BroBible, and Galore Magazine to further shatter the negative illusion of an industry that simply serves to entertain.

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