Fox "news" talk show host, Greg Gutfeld, of Red Eye invited Monique Alexander to discuss a new sex study that shows abstinence programs without sex education don't work (Well, duh!). This is probably not news to you, but the study, which was conducted by the nonpartisan National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy shows that,
At present there does not exist any strong evidence that any abstinence program delays the initiation of sex, hastens the return to abstinence or reduces the number of sexual partners. [Whereas] Two-thirds of the 48 comprehensive programs that supported both abstinence and the use of condoms and contraceptives for sexually active teens had positive behavior effect [including] delaying the initiation of sex, reducing the frequency of sex, reducing the number of sexual partners and increasing condom or contraceptive use. This study is relevant because the US government spends millions in taxpayer dollars funding abstinence-only programs, but has made virtually no expenditures on safe sex education for teens. But enough of the boring stuff. Greg asks Monique if she's taken sex ed as a student and she gives a sort-of reply, I guess:
It definitely intrigued me, but I found that hands-on training was much more effective. Oooh. Nice, score one for Monique, zero for boring, inane talk show host.
Then, Greg asks,
You're called a Vivid Girl as opposed to a porn star -- what is the difference? In Greg's defense, Vivid doesn't like to call their contract talent 'porn stars', so it is a valid question for someone who may not know anything about the adult industry. But Monique's response doesn't really make much sense.
An average porn star has the big, fake boobs and the platinum blonde hair. Greg doesn't seem convinced, but this is extra funny because if you watch the video, you can hear a female voice from someone on the show respond (at 4 seconds from the end),
She's not a natural blonde. [emphasis intentional] Grrr, cat fight! My money is on Monique cause you never mess with a woman's hair color.
In the end they all agree that there is no such thing as an average porn star. So, we'll have to call it a draw.