Alison Rey Talks Impostor Syndrome and Renewed Focus on Performing on ‘Stripped By SIA’ Podcast

Article Courtesy of HoneyHouse PR

(LOS ANGELES, Calif. / June 23, 2022) — Alison Rey opens up about going from performing to producing  . . . and back to performing, and shares her insight on the modern adult film industry, as the featured guest on this week’s “Stripped by SIA” podcast.

Hosted by Steph Sia, “Stripped by SIA” is a podcast about strippers and sex workers with an aim to educate the masses about sex work. The show and this channel provides safe space for sex workers and service providers to speak about their experiences – the good, the bad, and the ugly – with an effort to normalize and de-stigmatize these professions.

The enlightening episode 125 finds the adult film performer/director sharing how she got into adult film, quantifying success in a healthy way, having the choice to say no to scenes you don’t want to do, challenging problematic storylines in porn, and much more.

Rey debunks some myths about squirting and performers using enhancements, and gets real vulnerable with us in discussing struggling with impostor syndrome, shifting life goals, and letting go of things that no longer serve you. 

Rey also talks about what “ethical porn” really means and acknowledges just how fun filming cheesy porn is. It’s a packed episode that really gives us insight on how the industry work from someone who has been both in front of, and behind, the camera.

“Alison is a true professional, said host Steph Sia. “Not only is she a well-known figure in the industry, she is also completely down-to-earth, an extremely knowledgeable resource and tells it like it is. I really enjoyed our conversation together and feel like everyone will have a takeaway from this episode.”

Rey commented, “I loved being on the Stripped by SIA podcast. Steph Sia is an incredible conversationalist and dares to go beyond the typical subject matter for an interview with a porn star. We talked about some of the real issues in the industry, and it was refreshing to have a nuanced conversation about them, rather than being pigeonholed into a conversation that perpetuates the stigma around it. 

“It’s so important to have nuanced conversations when it comes to this industry, because just like anything in life, it’s not black-and-white. It’s not all good, and it’s not all bad, but every part deserves to be talked about so that people can better understand our business as a whole. For too long, platforms like podcasts have held narrow, one-sided views of the industry and our conversation went in a very different direction than I was expecting. It’s a must-listen for anyone who wants to learn more about it.”

Listen to “Stripped by SIA” episode #125: “Porn Debunked: Impostor Syndrome, Reality vs. Fantasy and Defining ‘Ethical’ Porn w/ Alison Rey” on popular platforms such as Apple Podcasts ( ), Anchor by Spotify ( h—Porn-Debunked-Imposter-Syndrome–Reality-vs–Fantasy-and-Defining-Ethical-Porn-w-Alison-Rey-e1k2b2c ), Radio Public (!f1f25 ) and Stitcher ( ).

Follow the Stripped by SIA podcast on Twitter: @strippedbysia and Instagram: @strippedbysia, and its inimitable host, Steph Sia, on Instagram: @siasteph.

Support the podcast, and unlock video portions of her shows, via Sia’s Patreon ( ).

Check out Sia’s personal website and enjoy her amazing noodle-centric YouTube channel SIA Slurps ( ).

Keep up Alison Rey’s exploits on Twitter: @AlisonReyxxx, her NEW Instagram: @areyosunshine, TikTok: @alisonreyx, and her personal website,

Rey provides fans an unparalleled level of access via her premium OnlyFans ( ).

Alison Rey is represented by ATMLA ( ) / @ATMLA for professional film and videos shoots.

About Alison Rey

A multi-nominated adult performer and model, all-natural beauty Alison Rey exploded into the World of X in 2014, with wholesome girl next door looks, and an emphatically unwholesome sexual prowess. Her powerhouse performances and acting chops have earned Rey an avid fan following via her scene work for studios such as Brazzers, Adam & Eve, Jules Jordan Video, Penthouse, HardX, New Sensations, Naughty America, Hustler Video, TeamSkeet, Mile High Video, Twistys, Missa X, Reality Kings, Mofos and many more.

Rey says her favorite thing about being a part of the adult industry is “feeling free to be myself. Most of my life, I felt like the black sheep because I was different from everyone else, I embraced my sexuality, and I was a little bit weird. I think the outside world is much quicker to judge than the people I currently surround myself with, and I love being able to go to work every day and know that I am accepted for exactly who I am.”

Rey was nominated for “Hottest Newcomer” at the 2016 AVN Awards; “Best Supporting Actress” and “Best Group Sex Scene” at the 2019 AVN Awards; and “Most Epic Ass” at the 2020 AVN Awards; and “Best Sex Scene – All-Girl” at the 2021 XBIZ Awards.

In October 2021, Rey acted as a presenter at the 37th annual XRCO Awards in Hollywood, and joined a roundtable of expert phone sex practitioners to discuss the secrets of their success in a feature for HUSTLER Magazine. In November, she discussed underrated and overhyped sex positions for Mashable.

The busy Rey, recently signed with The Lee Network, the leading provider of adult star feature entertainers to clubs across the U.S., and was a huge success when she hit the dance stage for the very first time at Gold Club Centerfolds in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area, in April 2022.

She resides in Los Angeles.


Michael Whiteacre

HoneyHouse PR


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