December 11, 2017 (Cyberspace) -- Sssh.com’s award-winning director, producer, and founder Angie Rowntree has been added to Women of Sex Tech’s Arts & Entertainment Founders list.
Women of Sex Tech is a community of “sex-positive women changing the sex tech industry” from Arts & Entertainment, Education, and Business & Tech. The group includes creators, artists, entrepreneurs, journalists, educators, innovators, and engineers, all with a collective mission to change the way the world views human sexuality and foster women’s entrepreneurship.
Rowntree, who has led Sssh at the cutting edge of erotic film and technology since 1999, enthused, “It’s an honor to be named among so many brilliant women leaders and innovators.”
“I'm thrilled to see women organizing and being recognized in what are often predominantly male arenas,” she added.
In addition to shaping and enacting the Sssh.com vision, Rowntree is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and produces sex positive educational and community events. Rowntree will be speaking at SXSW’s “Using Explicit Sex as a Storytelling Element” event in March 2018.
Contact Sssh.com and Angie Rowntree at firstname.lastname@example.org and via Twitter at @SsshforWomen.
About Angie Rowntree
Angie Rowntree is the founder of Sssh.com, the web’s premier “porn for women” site and winner of the XBIZ’s Adult Site of the Year -- For Women 2017 award, among many others. Rowntree got her start in the adult industry’s online sector in the early ‘90s, making her one of the Internet’s true porn pioneers. She is regarded as one of the adult industry’s top female power-players and was inducted into the prestigious AVN Hall of Fame – Internet Founders Division in 2014.
Rowntree is a frequent participant on panel discussions at adult industry trade shows and has been profiled by a variety of major media outlets, including ABC’s Nightline, CNBC, Fox, Cosmopolitan, NPR, BBC, and TIME magazine. Most recently, Rowntree became the first member of the adult industry to speak at a Sundance Institute event, appearing at the “Creative Tensions: Sex” experimental interactive discussion event in Brooklyn.
Launched in 1999, Sssh.com is the web’s premier “porn for women” site. Drawing on survey responses and other community feedback, Sssh creates cinematic-quality erotic content based on members’ fantasies and desires. Sssh’s sex-positive films and vignettes communicate true passion and mutual pleasure, always striving to be equal parts intelligent, sexy, and entertaining -- with great success. Their movies and the site itself have been honored with numerous awards and nominations over the years, including most recently Adult Site of the Year -- For Women (XBIZ 2017). Sssh was the first adult company to be a semi-finalist at a mainstream film festival (Gone, Swedish Film Festival, 2016) and was the first to produce a VR movie geared towards women using dynamic storytelling that can be viewed with or without a headset.
Adhering to the highest ethical standards, Sssh.com takes pride in treating its employees, performers, customers, business associates, and wider community with fairness, compassion, and respect. Sssh is a member of the Ethical Porn Partnership and was one of the first studios to receive the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) Stamp of Approval in January 2017.
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