Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Elle Chase Announced as Fourth Panelist for ‘Women in Porn’ Panel at XBIZ 360
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. [Press Release] – Mindbrowse.com has announced sex educator, writer and coach Elle Chase (AKA “Lady Cheeky”) as the fourth panelist for the upcoming “Women in Porn” discussion, which is to take place Wednesday, January 14 at the XBIZ 360 conference in Hollywood, California.
“Elle is the perfect addition to our already-impressive panel,” said Sssh.com owner Angie Rowntree, who produces all Mindbrowse.com events. “Elle’s open, sex- and body-positive approach has really resonated with people, as evidenced by her over 100,000 Tumblr followers and the large and loyal readership of her sex blogs.”
In her capacity as a sex educator and coach, Chase speaks and gives workshops across the country about all things sex. Chase also operates LadyCheeky.com, which she describes as a “curated, feminist, sex and body-positive, sexual/sensual images,” as well as SmutForSmarties.com, which received the Best Sex Blog award from the L.A. Weekly in 2013.
“I’m honored to be included in this panel attended and moderated by such accomplished and trailblazing professionals,” said Chase. “I’m looking forward to an intelligent, healthy and lively debate that informs and educates, as well as leaves space for everyone’s unique personal views.”
Chase is the final addition to the Women in Porn discussion panel, which also includes Penthouse Managing Director Kelly Holland, author/attorney Frederick Lane and award-winning director/performer Courtney Trouble. As in previous Women in Porn events, sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals will moderate the session.
During the discussion, the panel will be assisted by “celebrity tweeters” who will encourage viewers to tweet their questions and observations for the panel to address. The identity of the celebrity tweeters will be revealed sometime in early January, Rowntree said, “to leave a little suspense in the air.”
“Each of our previous Women in Porn discussions has been excellent, with an energetic conversation with and highly engaged audience,” Rowntree said. “I think having a live audience in the same room with the panel will heighten the experience for all involved even further, as being together physically should result in a more intimate feel than we’ve had in the online debates.”
For more information about the Women in Porn debate series and to watch the previous panel discussions, please visit www.MindBrowse.com. For more information about Sssh.com or #SexTalkTuesday please email Angie Rowntree at firstname.lastname@example.org, For more information on the XBIZ 360 conference, go to www.xbiz360.com.