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Demi Moore talks to Sex and her new erotic podcast ‘Dirty Diana’

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Demi Moore was a teenager when people started seeing her very unique voice.

Moore says of The In, “My first job as a young girl was to work for a collection company. Diversity And the iHeart Podcast The Big Ticket. “I had to call people whose bills had run out – it was like I was 14, 15 years old at the time. People had already commented.”

“I knew my voice was probably a little low,” Moore recalled. “Of course I didn’t think it was sexy or there was no context for it. I think [it was] Because I was a cheerleader for a while from a cheerleader scream. I think it’s somewhat hereditary. And maybe the Marlboro Reds that I smoked as a teenager. “

Then, what new wonder director Shana Fest is thinking about Moore and her iconic thoughts to headline her new scripted erotic podcast “Dirty Diana”?

Inspired by Fest’s own marriage, she broke up with her husband (filmmaker Brian Kavanagh-Jones) nearly a decade ago and reunited, “Dirty Diana” as her corporate sex executive, Moore navigating her asexual relationship and hosting a secret life website There are recordings of real women describing their sexual fantasies.

New episodes of “Dirty Diana”, produced with media and podcast company Startup Qcode, are released every Monday, August 17, and are available on Apple Podcast and the largest podcast platforms available.

Diversity Recently caught with Moore and Fest from a recording studio in Los Angeles.

Shana, did you sit down with your husband and tell him you wanted to do it or did you write the script first?

Shana Fest: See, the author has the curse of being married to her. I think it’s like getting married to Taylor Swift. Eventually, it will all come out. But it was an incredibly sensitive, deep time in our lives. We almost lost each other. There was a time, it was 10 years ago, where we were strangers and we stopped having sex together. I think we both thought in our heads, maybe we have no way to find a way back. I had a boyfriend. He had a girlfriend. We lived with other people. But we met because we still shared the animals together and we cried every time. We just cried.

Then, it’s been a year through therapy and talking about things that I would never have raised. I was not raised to talk about sex in public. I was so embarrassed about my own sexuality that I kept fighting. And of course it goes through your marriage. There it is. It ended very happily when I told him I was going to do it. We have three children. We are happily married. I wanted to show a wedding back together. I wanted to show you how you can start from there and find your way to each other.

There was a point like Brian, “Wouldn’t you dare put it there? No, without limits.

Feste: I’m pretty open to podcasts. I am a writer. I’m not Diana. We had fun, we took liberties. But there are definitely times in the episode where Brian was like, “Was I really that? Did I make that sound? It sounds very familiar.”

Demi Moore: Didn’t you say he came a few times and said, “Oh, wow! I forgot it.”

Feste: He said, “Shall I make that sad sound?” I was, “no” there’s some hyperbole here. But we were at a really bad time and I wanted to write about her as honestly as I could.

How did Diana start begging her husband for sex when he was with his girlfriend and the first episode had that scene because they didn’t spend so much time in

Feste: All right, isn’t it?

Moore: I feel even worse when I hear you just say it back.

Diana says some really scary things.

Moore: I know.

Feste: You were also worried about this.

Moore: I was worried.

Why?

Moore: I think it’s just a part of what’s very different from me and how I react to things. I take too much care, analyze too much, try to be sensitive. Sometimes you have to be able to say it. It has taken on a harsh feeling or melody for me.

Demi, what did you learn about yourself?

Moore: Okay, it’s still going on, but I think a great opportunity to do what we do is to be able to use things to push you wherever you rest. In this case, I realize that there is a part of me that has made my sexuality feel like it’s a danger, and I should just embrace it. I should turn it off, and it’s best not to just discuss or put it off the table. It’s an incredible opportunity to open up in areas I don’t feel comfortable with. And it’s already a gift to yourself.

Why a podcast? Why not a limited series with Hulu or something?

Feste: I hope it will one day be a limited series in Hulu. But I think no podcast allows you. I always say it’s the “rosemary baby” rule. The baby in your head is so scarier than the red-eyed baby at the end of the movie that they didn’t shoot so intelligently. The imagination and sexuality in your head allows you to use your imagination. And imagination is a powerful thing.

Moore: The great thing is that the demand for podcasts right now is so great. We are delivering to a place that is really hungry for it. But it also gave us a place to explore at a lower risk, to discover where we want to go and what to do there. And with all honesty, get feedback. So if we have to go to any one of Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, HBO, we are already one step ahead in terms of what we want to do with it.

Just listening to the first episode, I like, “Oh, it has to be played by Demi. It has to be Demi.” Whose voice could it be?

Feste: He has the most iconic voice in the business. When you do a podcast you realize how special it is to get a recognizable voice because there are some actors you know and you like their work but when they are in a podcast people are like, “Oh, who is that?” What a gift to keep the voice, where the moment they hear it, everyone is like, “Oh, is Demi Moore in it? Okay, very good.”

Moore: Listening to your voice is like a chalkboard nail when I hear it, I like, “Oh, .God. Am I the most annoying sound? Am I the most anxious?” It’s certainly painful.

Tell me about the first time you started recording – it was done individually. Are you performing orgasms together with Zoom or was it recorded separately?

Feste: I told all the actors, “If you want to record all this and just send the noise after us, you can do it completely. You can just record these in your own time. Every actor was like, ‘No, I want to do it in the scene.’ Andrea Ricebaro said, “I signed up to have a orgasm with Demi Moore. That’s why I’m here. “What I learned is: Don’t handle the orgasm. Because women who are trained to listen to pornography are a way to get aroused, aren’t they? And the first thing you hear in these movies is that all the orgasms sound exactly the same

As a teenage girl you hear it and you think, “Okay, this should sound like me” “And so, when I have sex with my first boyfriend and I’m going to imitate my first orgasm – which everyone does – I’m OK I’m going to make a sound like that. You just do that imitation. Then somehow, it became the word patent orgasm. That’s ridiculous. What I like about the opportunity to work in this space is that we can spoil this myth and show that there are a lot of different words by people. These are the real sounds when they are orgasming.

What is the difference between pornography and erotica?

Feste: The way I was thinking about it in my head was that for me pornography was like watching a man.

Moore: And production. It makes erotica seem more authentic where it seems to be produced too. Porn looks like an outward appearance and erotica looks like it is internal but expressed externally.

Demi, you said that having sex is outside of your comfort zone, but a lot of your role is about sex and relationships. How do you become uncomfortable in the past?

Moore: Things like telling stories and playing characters are things that open you up to try different things. Sometimes you have to push yourself. I think it’s interesting that I pulled these kinds of projects towards myself and I think it’s not by accident. I think unconsciously, trying to accept myself better and know myself better. It’s like a safe way to explore. And in this I also know that what I am experiencing in my own discomfort or fear is a change that I want to change because it is out of condition there. The conditioner cannot change unless we change the description. This is something we really need to do. If we want to change the experience of being offensive as women, we need to bring one more perspective.

You were also open about your own curiosity. Diana is a woman who likes her pills. Was there anything uncomfortable?

Moore: I think it brings very weak things to the fore whenever you touch any place. But let’s remove the stigma around things. I understand this woman. I understand he needs to take self-medication. I understand her sense of isolation, she came to create something from which she wanted to be disconnected and feel better and safer. I know I’m not alone in that. So whatever discomfort, weakness I may experience, I know it’s worth it.

It was a moment when you did “striptease” in 1999. You’re making a movie like a great movie. That. If a man did that, what would it be like?

Moore: There are many levels to judging that kind of woman, which I thought was interesting in the first place. It was just a mother trying to survive and not lose her daughter. However, many judgments came. I have faced many verdicts.

And then you have “G.I. Jane in 1997, 1997, and that too with so many verdicts.

Moore: “Striptease” women and “GI Jane” men had infidelity. With “Striptease” I entered a role that scared women and “GI. Jane ”seems to be a challenge for men. They let me know. In particular, my “striptease” pay became something that I was punished for opposing the celebration. [Editors note: At the time, Moore’s $12.5 million salary made her the highest paid actress of all time.] But everything is serving the whole thing and it comes back to being able to show what it is for now. For that reason, we have the opportunity to redirect and change it. It took a while but okay.

What do women want to learn from “Dirty Diana”?

Feste: If I could have anything to do with talking to women, being able to show sex as a very common, healthy part of their lives – and that is really acceptable. The embarrassment I felt was almost such that I didn’t even want to ask any questions about it. From the very beginning of my life I had orgasms. My mother never had that conversation with me. And I think a lot of men focus on orgasm.

Moore: If we don’t equally encourage your body and how it works and how both parties work, the connection is going to be automatically disconnected. There is a whole group of people who want to encourage breaks, such as it is against the answer and education. Education does not mean that you encourage reckless, arbitrary behavior.

What do men want to get from “Dirty Diana”?

Moore: To make a woman feel more comfortable by being more aware of what satisfies her, what they are interested in because men are equally difficult to know how to engage themselves when they are in the dark. আমি সবসময় বলেছি যে পুরুষরা এটি নিজের জন্য চিহ্নিত করে এবং তারা কীভাবে কাজ করে তা তারা জানে তবে কোনও মহিলা কীভাবে কাজ করে তা জানতে তাদের কী সাহায্য করে? মানে আমরা জানি না। এটি কীভাবে জরিমানা করা যায় তা শিখতে আমাদের একটু সহায়তা দরকার।

Feste: আমার বিয়ের অন্ধকার দিনগুলিতে আমি এই অনুষ্ঠানটি কামনা করি। এমন কিছু আছে যা আপনি শুনতে পাচ্ছেন যে কোনও সংযোগ তৈরি করতে সহায়তা করতে পারে যা সেই রসগুলি প্রবাহিত করতে পারে, যা আপনাকে সেই রাতে দুর্দান্ত সেক্স করতে পারে? যদি আমি এই অনুষ্ঠানটি কারও পক্ষে হয় তবে আমি এটি পছন্দ করব।

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