MindBrowse.com Hosts 'Intimate Talk' With Ernest Greene, Nina Hartley

CYBERSPACE – Online discussion portal MindBrowse.com is set to host its second live show, “An Intimate Talk with Ernest Greene and Nina Hartley” on Tuesday, Aug. 26, starting at 3 p.m.

A live videoconferencing event produced by Sssh.com, the iconic husband and wife duo will talk 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 and coordinator of MindBrowse.com events. “I look forward to hearing them talk about everything from BDSM culture to recent developments in the adult entertainment industry.”

Hartley, who performed in her first adult film in 1984, is also well known for her work as a sex educator and author. In addition to performing in nearly 1,000 adult movies, Hartley has released a line of instructional videos, and in 2006 published the book “Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex.”

Greene has been involved in the production of adult films for three decades as a writer, director, producer and performer, and has more than 500 movies to his credit. Greene produced and directed the "Nina Hartley’s Guide" instructional series, with has reportedly sold 250,000 units and now includes over 40 individual titles.

“An Intimate Talk with Ernest Greene and Nina Hartley” starts at 3 p.m. (EDT) on Aug. 26 and is available to viewers free of charge on MindBrowse.com.

The discussion will also be live-tweeted and monitored at @ssshforwomen under the hashtag #sextalktuesday. Viewers may interact during the event and pose their own questions and points using the #sextalktuesday hashtag for Hartley and Greene to address.

The broadcast will be moderated by Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals. Dr. Tibbals’ research has been published in numerous scholarly journals including Sexualities, Gender Work & Organization, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, and Stanford Law and Policy Review. She has been quoted and cited extensively by cultural and news media outlets including CNN, Business Insider, Slate, and NPR.
Dr. Tibbals said that helping to organize the event “has been extremely rewarding.”