Welcome to Peepshow Media, your independent, performer-centered source for news and stories from the sex industry. Run by Jessie and PJ Sage, Peepshow started in 2017 with the Peepshow Podcast, and then branched out to the Peepshow Column (in conjunction with the Pittsburgh City Paper) in 2018. In 2020, Peepshow Media was launched as a magazine-style website as a hub for both these projects as well as reporting on industry-relevant news; essays; interviews with performers; film, toy, and equipment reviews; and so much more.
Jessie Sage – she/her (Co-Owner, Managing Editor, and Co-Host) is a phone sex operator, clip artist, and writer who covers sex work politics, relationships, and feminism. She’s a weekly sex columnist at the Pittsburgh City Paper, and you can also find her words in the Washington Post, VICE, Men’s Health, On Our Moon, and Cyborgology. She has appeared in Hustler, Forbes, Rolling Stone, Healthline, Mel Magazine, and more. In pasts lives she worked as a doula, and a university instructor teaching philosophy and women’s and gender studies. You can also find her on Niteflirt, Sextpanther, Manyvids, and Onlyfans.
PJ Sage – he/they (Co-Owner, Content Editor, and Co-Host) is an academic sociologist, journalist, and XBIZ-nominated clip producer specializing in audio rich smut. His writing focuses on tech, sex, and the adult industry, and has been published in VICE’s Motherboard, The New Inquiry, and Real Life magazine. His photography has been featured in Hustler magazine. He previously co-founded the Theorizing the Web conference and Cyborgology.
Courtney Trouble, MFA – they/them (Marketing Liaison) started a queer porn revolution with NoFauxxx.com in 2002 and have been behind-of and in-front-of the pornographic camera ever since. They have previously worked for On Our Backs, Girlfriends, and Bitch Magazine. They have many published in Autostraddle, VICE, and academic journals on visual culture. They were formerly a digital resident at SF MoMA’s Open Spaces and their photo work has been published in Trans Bodies Trans Selves and is on permanent loan at the Berlin Gay Museum. You can find more of their work on their website, and their NSFW content here.