Welcome To Mindbrowse.com

Launched in 2014, MindBrowse is a place where the adult entertainment industry’s ideas go to grow up. Here, various notions are debated, discussed, turned inside out, parsed and reassembled. It’s a place where people talk about issues that affect everyone involved in porn, from the corporate executives who pay for its creation to the men and women who perform in it – and the fans who watch it. Put more prosaically, MindBrowse is a site that hosts live videoconferencing discussions of compelling and challenging topics. For each discussion, we assemble a panel of speakers with diverse backgrounds and opinions encouraging a ranging and balanced discussion of each topic with audience participation via Twitter (#SexTalkTuesday) or on SexTalkTuesday.

“Porn has reached a point where it’s just part of the broader cultural landscape now, so this isn’t just a discussion to be had by the industry and its critics” Angie Rowntree (@AngieRowntree) founder of Sssh.com and producer of Mindbrowse said. “We’re giving porn’s fans and detractors a voice in the discussion too.”

Continue on to see video archive and information about our shows since 2014.

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Porn Production & Consent

Moderated by Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals LOS ANGELES — Mindbrowse.com and Sssh.com hosted a timely roundtable discussion on “Porn Production & Consent” at the 2019 XBIZ Show. The event was held on Tuesday, January 15 at noon in the Andaz Hotel and was also broadcast live via Periscope on Twitter at @ssshforwomen to a viewing audience of over 3,000 people. Consent is both multifaceted and complex, while also being super basic — a mandatory imperative that’s constantly re/adjusting and evolving throughout every social interaction. Event participants include Casey CalvertMissy MartinezJanice GriffithMercedes Carrera, Casey KissesSmall Hands, and Natasha Nice. “Porn Production & Consent: Before, During, and After a Shoot” dug deep into consent as it pertains to adult content production processes and practices. The discussion explored ways in which producers, performers, and other invested parties can work together more effectively, and more. Mindbrowse events are produced by Sssh.com’s award-winning director and founder Angie Rowntree and organized and moderated by sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals. A production of Sssh.com