An Intimate Conversation With Nina Hartley and Ernest Greene

An Intimate Conversation With Nina Hartley and Ernest Greene

From the Mindbrowse.com August 26, 2014 live broadcast.  The iconic husband and wife duo talked about Greene’s new novel “Master of O,” the recent appearance of BDSM on the pop culture radar and their careers in adult entertainment, each of which spans more than 30 years.  Moderated by Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals. Online discussion portal MindBrowse.com hosted its second live show, “An Intimate Talk with Ernest Greene and Nina Hartley” on 3 p.m. ET, Tuesday, Aug. 26. A live videoconferencing event produced by Sssh.com, the legendary husband-and-wife duo talked about Greene’s new novel Master of O, the recent appearance of BDSM on the pop culture radar and their careers in adult entertainment, each of which spans more than 30 years. “Nina and Ernest have been a huge part of the porn industry over the last several decades, and they have an enormous wealth of experience and knowledge,” said Angie Rowntree, owner of Sssh.com ...

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How to Legalize Porn in Your State: Prosecute a Pornographer for Prostitution

How to Legalize Porn in Your State: Prosecute a Pornographer for Prostitution

How to Legalize Porn in Your State: Prosecute a Pornographer for Prostitution - Calico Rudasill, Sssh.com. With reports flying around about the porn industry possibly making an exodus en masse to Las Vegas and related reports about the AIDS Healthcare Foundation filing complaints against a porn studio that has already made that leap, the questions of whether, where and if it is legal to shoot porn in the United States is once again a topic of media discussion. Predictably, the media is oversimplifying the legal questions involved, or at best asserting something along the lines of ‘technically, it is only legal to shoot porn in California and New Hampshire.’ The truth is far more complicated than that, naturally. While it’s true that it is only clearly legal to shoot porn in California and New Hampshire, the same legal reasoning that the courts in those states used in coming to the ...

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7 Ways to Jazz Up Your Vajayjay

7 Ways to Jazz Up Your Vajayjay

7 Ways to Jazz Up Your Vajayjay By C.J. Edwards, at Kinkly.com With as much pleasure as they give us, it’s a little surprising that our vulvas don’t have a tad more pizzazz. Sure, they’re cute and interesting in their own way, but women tend to like to pretty things up a bit – even if many men don’t give a hoot what the downstairs looks like. (Hey, they’re just happy to be invited to visit.) Even so, a little update can definitely make you feel different and sexier. Here are seven ways to give your hoo-ha a little makeover – and give your lover an unexpected surprise. Style It Styling your pubic hair is one of the quickest ways to make a big change down there. Instead of styling it with the same old landing strip, get creative. Give your lover a thrill and shave or wax your pubic ...

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A Woman in the Porn Industry, Then and Now

A Woman in the Porn Industry, Then and Now

A Woman in the Porn Industry, Then and Now - Calico Rudasill, Sssh.com.  When I first got started working in the adult industry in the 1990s, you didn’t hear too much about women like me – namely, women who worked in the adult entertainment industry as something other than performing talent. Plenty of us existed, mind you, including some who occupied some pretty important executive positions at major adult companies, but so far as the media and public were concerned, we were definitely not on the radar. That point was driven home for me at the very first Consumer Electronics Show I attended, back in the late 90s. At the time, I was doing HTML coding, SEO and copywriting for a fledgling Internet porn outfit that just happened to employ more women than men. Most of the girls from the office didn’t go to the show, but I was there, ...

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Porn Censorship News: et tu, Tumblr?

Porn Censorship News: et tu, Tumblr?

by Coleen Singer at Sssh.com.  For those of you patient enough to have followed my blog postings here on EroticScribes, you’ve noticed that almost every month or so, I write up the latest disaster for the adult industry when it comes to corporate censorship of adult entertainment on the internet.  These have included various Google antics (Google+ bans, Google Adwords ban, Google Blogger.com ban, and the constant other players like Amazon, Yahoo, and mainstream blog/ad networks that have all now thrown another log on the fire for getting all this filthy porn burned off of the internet (or at least their squeaky clean brand-sensitive platforms). But, the recent news that the heartbeat of well-curated quality porn on the internet, Tumblr, has now joined the fray, was not a surprise (Tumblr is owned by Yahoo), but another disappointment for those of us that work hard to provide good adult entertainment in an ethical way ...

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Mindbrowse.com Live Debate Coverage – Women In Porn, Shattering The Myths

Mindbrowse.com Live Debate Coverage – Women In Porn, Shattering The Myths

Established porn-for-women site Sssh.com broadcast yesterday an event called “Women in Porn: Shattering the Myths,” an interactive panel discussion that pits prominent women working in the adult entertainment industry against some of porn’s harshest critics to debate the nature of the industry and women’s changing role in it. Broadcast live on July 22, the video broadcast event is now available to viewers free of charge on MindBrowse.com and here on EroticScribes.com “When critics of porn take aim at the adult industry, one of their main arguments is that the industry is inherently misogynistic, and that the women who work and perform in the industry are basically broken people, poor souls, who have been manipulated into working in porn,” said Angie Rowntree, founder of Sssh.com and organizer of the event. “To women like me, who work in this industry absolutely by choice and are passionate about what we do for a living, that’s an extremely insulting and demeaning claim. This ...

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Amazon eBook News: Amazon’s Slippery Slope

Amazon eBook News: Amazon’s Slippery Slope

Amazon’s Slippery Slope Contributed by anonymous Author’s note:  I was asked by the folks at Erotic Scribes to put an article together about a major change which occurred at Amazon this last week, their new “Unlimited” program.   I agreed, but have asked to remain anonymous.   Why?  Amazon has recently showed itself to be very capable of being the bully in the schoolyard during its ongoing conflict with the Hachette Publishing Group.   There are literally hundreds of articles on the conflict available, but two of the best are here and here.  And don’t miss Stephen Colbert’s take on the fight, here.   For the purposes of this article, suffice it to say that I am the CEO of a small independent publishing house, publishing around 25 romance, young adult, and erotic novels per month.  What Amazon does is not of simply theoretical interest to me and my company, and while it may ...

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