You’ve seen her on HBO’s “Cathouse” and other sexy shows. If you’re really lucky, you’ve met her in person and partied with her in the flesh.
Now the legendary Air Force Amy is in the new Amazon documentary, “Lorena,” sharing her insights into one of the most notorious cases of love-gone-bad in recent memory.
“What I said at the time, is that, despite all the sexual indignities and horrors that happen to women across the world, one penis being cut off, while certainly tragic, brought the country to a standstill… But it sure is nice seeing my name in such a prestigious magazine as The New Yorker and in this new Amazon movie.”
Amy appears in the last installment of the 4-part “Lorena.” She’s also quoted across Rebecca Mead’s New Yorker article “The Lorena Bobbitt Story Offers New Lessons on Male Vulnerability.” This is not the first time Amy has been sought after for her candid opinion on a hot-button cultural topic or sexual question. In addition to her “field experience” giving people a little taste of Heaven on earth, Amy’s a Certified Love and Intimacy Coach with an Associate’s Degree in Sex Education, a Certificate in Clinical Sexology and a Doctorate in Education. She’s also part of the faculty at The Institute for the Advanced Studies of Human Sexuality in San Francisco.
Amy is busy working on a whole bunch of new projects. Just last month the buxom blonde released her first self-authored book, Air Force Amy’s 69 Favorite Sex Quotes of All Time. She also strives to keep the legacy of Dennis Hof alive in his legendary Nevada brothels where she continues to embody the gold standard of legal prostitution.
Air Force Amy is a model, actress, cover girl, centerfold, author, public speaker, curator, teacher, hypnotherapist and the world’s most famous courtesan. She can be reached at www.airforceamy.com, twitter.com/airforceamy and Instagram.com/theairforceamy.