Chatsworth, Calif. – Sex educator and Wicked Pictures contract performer jessica drake will make a rare webcam appearance on IMLive on Wednesday, September 9 at 11 pm ET to benefit AIDS Walk L.A.

The adult superstar, who is set to lead TEAM WICKED for the fourth time at the annual AIDS Walk L.A. on October 11, will donate her appearance fee from IMLive to the AIDS charity. The annual walk will take place at West Hollywood Park (647 N. San Vicente Blvd.) in West Hollywood. For more information on her IMLive appearance, click here.

“I’m looking forward to chatting with fans and getting a chance to interact with them live!” drake said. “IMLive is a great way to get up close and personal with people around the world. It’s also a great way to promote TEAM WICKED at AIDS Walk L.A., which is a cause that is extremely important to me.”

IMLive is the leading webcam provider offering its millions of members interactive access via live Video Chat to a wide variety of the adult film stars, models and amateur models. IMLive serves a global community through its state-of-the-art interactive technology that allows users to share their unique experiences with each other and selected models and hosts. IMLive is online at

jessica drake’s show will include teasing, stripping, nudity, and masturbation, all in the name of a good cause.

Three-time AVN Awards Best Actress recipient jessica drake has been a one-woman juggernaut since arriving in the industry. Her intense energy and performances have earned her critical acclaim and a number of industry awards that led her to adult superstardom. As a sexual health activist, sex educator and producer, director, and host of the award-winning “jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex” series, she has become a crossover star with appearances on Huffington Post, New York Times, Complex magazine, Daily Dot, L.A. Weekly, New York Observer, and many others.

Potential supporters are encouraged to donate by visiting TEAM WICKED’s official AIDS Walk L.A. page at There visitors can donate, join TEAM WICKED, watch for updates, as well as tweet and post on social media about the team’s efforts to raise funds for a good cause.