Good Releasing Interview: Dia Zerva

What is your favorite porno of all time?

Wow! I think this is a little hard to answer as my mind changes every time. Right now it is Triangle Film’s River Rock Women’s Prison as it was a great project to be a part of and work with many of my buds in the business.

What sex toy(s) do you like to use on film?

Hitachi, realistic dildos that are nice and squishy, Njoy’s Eleven

If you could have a Good Vibrations Shopping Spree, what would you put in your cart?

It’s funny when you get to a set or see someone else’s toy box, you realize you are a bit “Mother Hubbard with your own. I love the shopping spree fantasy as I do this sometimes¦a pretend “retail therapy where I will visit a site and pick all I want. Well, I just did that! I have been drooling over many items and these are some things I really would like in my toy box:

Now, I wonder if I would be a blubbering mess if I used and used them on myself and a few lovers all in one day?

What was it like working on set for this film (with Good Releasing)?

Although I have not been in a lot of Good Releasing productions, from what sets I have been on it is like family. It’s organic and just liberating. I always feel like everyone is participating because they want to¦the paycheck is everyone’s last motivation.

If you’ve worked with other film companies, how was that different?

I really enjoy not being on a schedule and just taking your time for a scene to be what it will be. It seems like the corporate structure can take away a lot of natural chemistry that needs to flow.

If you could give one piece of sex advice, what would it be?

Be as dorky as you want! You are your own worst enemy and can build walls within yourself that inhibit great experiences.

What do you believe is the biggest myth about sex?

I have three that make me giggle: women cannot orgasm strictly from anal, you can become desensitized from vibrators, and using large toys can lead to anal leakage and diapers.

Who are your influential co-stars, directors, both folks you’ve worked with and those you’d like to work with?

I work in multiple genres within the adult business. I have a handful of men that I love working or want to work with and I love performing with my man¦.Then a motley crew of women I just want to continue to keep working with or to have the opportunity to work with: Courtney Trouble & Madison Young (awesome directors), Syd Blakovich, Dylan Ryan, Jiz Lee, Carson, Sarah Blake, Justine Joli, Ariel X, Kylie Ireland, Adrianna Nicole, Aiden Starr, Fivestar, Mellanie Monroe, Amber Rayne, Sinn Sage, and many many more!

How do you prepare for your sex scenes?

Hydration, celery to taste good, a long bath the night before, facemasks, a good workout, be nicely trimmed, fresh finger and toenail polish¦ anything that makes me feel relaxed and pretty.

What did/do you hope your performance(s) portray about sexuality?

My only hope is that the viewer knows I am sincere and love what I do. I hope that they get aroused by that. Just that simple.

How has having access to sex-positive information and support changed your life?

Being around sex-positive people just allows one to bloom, and I love that environment. It has allowed me to grow and appreciate new sexual experiences which in turn helps me grow even more. It’s a wonderfully delicious cycle. I live in Las Vegas and when I have the opportunity I strip, which has also done wonders for me in so many ways (it’s an amazing workout).

What projects are you working on now?

Currently I am working on It will be launch-ready this summer. In conjunction to the pay site opening, Wordman and I are producing fetish clips and adventures in our host of clips4sale stores. From making out, hair washing, wrestling and popping balloons, we have a buffet of videos for anyone and everyone. As we have been doing these projects with other work, it has been a slow start, but our efforts are paying off.

Where can fans find more of your work? (website, twitter, facebook¦) (launching this summer! But please join my blog and forums)


Dr. Charlie Glickman

Charlie Glickman is the Education Program Manager at Good Vibrations. He also writes, blogs, teaches workshops and university courses, presents at conferences, and trains sexuality educators. He’s certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, and loves geeking out about sex, relationships, sex-positivity, love and shame, communities of erotic affiliation, and sexual practices and techniques of all varieties. Follow him online, on Twitter at @charlieglickman, or on Facebook.

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