Seka became so popular that her name was used in
many of her movie titles, such as "Inside
Seka," "Taste of Seka",
"Rockin With Seka," "Seduction
of Seka," "Seka's Teenage Diary,"
and "My Sister Seka."
She appeared on talk shows to
defend pornography against attacks from religious
and feminist groups. She provides a contrast with
Traci Lords, who also made around 100 films in the
1980s. Traci worked underage, under the effects of
drugs, and under the influence of sleazy managers.
Traci does not like her past, which shows the unpleasant,
abusive side of the porn industry. Seka, on the other
hand, was regarded as a shrewd businesswoman, she
enjoyed what she did, and she is still making money
off of her fan club, which she runs from her home
Her celebrity outside of the porn
world (she even made a cameo appearance on Saturday
Night Live)established the grounds for later stars
like Jenna Jameson who does prime-time guest appearances
and has her own action figure.
Seka's last film was "Careful he May be Watching,"
made in 1986.